The stakes are always high in season-ending rivalry games, but this year, rivals are standing in the way of three Power 5 teams looking to go undefeated.
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ESPN 300 defensive tackle Faatui Tuitele, from Hawaii, announced he has committed to the Washington Huskies.
- ESPN 300 DT Tuitele commits to Washington
- CFP's top 10 unchanged for 1st time in rankings
- Michigan steps into CFP's top 4; Bama still No. 1
- Huskies expect star LT Adams to play fifth year
Jake Browning threw three touchdown passes and Myles Gaskin rushed for 135 yards in the final home game of their careers, and No. 17 Washington scored 28 first-quarter points on its way to a 42-23 victory over Oregon State on Saturday.
Notre Dame closes in on the CFP, while West Virginia goes down and Ohio State and Michigan prepare for a B1G showdown. What else have we learned?
Even with the College Football Playoff selection committee's top 25 still battling for semifinal and New Year's Six bowl positions, it's never too early to look ahead to next season.
The College Football Playoff's top 10 is unchanged from last week -- the first time that has happened in the rankings' history.
Michigan is up to No. 4 in the CFP rankings this week after Saturday's big win over rival Penn State and LSU's shutout loss to No. 1 Alabama.
Washington coach Chris Petersen says indications are that left tackle Trey Adams intends to return for a fifth season after missing most of this one because of a back injury.
Myles Gaskin returned after missing two games due to a shoulder injury to rush for 148 yards and one touchdown, and Washington built a big early lead before needing Taylor Rapp's interception on the final play to beat Stanford 27-23 on Saturday night.
Ivan Maisel ESPN Senior Writer
Remember Bryce Love? Tonight may be he closest we get to see the Stanford tailback's 2017 form. Love practiced at full speed Wednesday, and sat out the last two days to get the soreness out. The Cardinal needs him for more than the obvious reason. Backup Trevor Speights is hurt and didn't make the trip to Washington.
Washington quarterback Jake Browning will remain the Huskies' starter in the wake of a mid-game benching in a 12-10 loss at Cal on Saturday, coach Chris Petersen said.
Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel & Ryan McGee discuss the best (2:52) and worst (9:00) of Week 9, weigh in on UK continuing to defy the odds (15:25), Willie Taggart's damning comments (17:35) and more. Plus, Talk Nerdy To Me (29:50), Walk-Ons featuring Mike Gundy (36:36) & Extra Points (45:30).
Linebacker Evan Weaver scored on a 36-yard interception return in the third quarter after Washington made a change at quarterback, and California overcome a sluggish day offensively to beat the No. 15 Huskies 12-10 on Saturday.