Stanford Steve and the Bear get you ready for the Thanksgiving Day games and the entire Week 13 slate with picks and parlays. Plus, Brad Edwards joins.
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This Thanksgiving, through the sports rivalries we celebrate and the tables we'll gather around, we'll have another chance to be our best selves.
- UCF breaks into top 10 in latest CFP rankings
- Flirting with enemy leads to Arkansas DBs' ban
- CFP's top 10 unchanged for 1st time in rankings
- Michigan steps into CFP's top 4; Bama still No. 1
Undefeated UCF jumps into the CFP's top 10, claiming the highest ranking by a Group of 5 contender in the rankings' history.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
The 2018 Broyles Award semifinalists (nation's top assistant coach): UAB defensive coordinator David Reeves, Alabama offensive coordinator Mike Locksley, Army DC Jay Bateman, Cal DC Tim DeRuyter, UCF O-line coach Glen Elarbee, Clemson co-OC Jeff Scott, Georgia OL coach Sam Pittman, LSU D-coordinator Dave Aranda, Michigan DC Don Brown, Mississippi State DC Bob Shoop, Notre Dame OC Chip Long, Oklahoma co-OC/OL coach Bill Bedenbaugh, Utah State OC David Yost, Washington State DC Tracy Claeys, West Virginia OC Jake Spavital.
Kamren Curl and Ryan Pulley have been suspended by Arkansas after the two defensive backs were seen fraternizing with members of the Mississippi State spirit squad prior to the Razorbacks' 52-6 loss.
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?
Nick Fitzgerald threw for four touchdowns and ran for another score to lead No. 25 Mississippi State over Arkansas 52-6 on Saturday.
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.
Josh Jacobs ran for a touchdown and caught a scoring pass and No. 1 Alabama had its second straight shutout in a 24-0 victory over No. 18 Mississippi State on Saturday.
Ivan Maisel ESPN Senior Writer
Alabama has scored two TDs in two possessions against a Mississippi State defense that had allowed nine TDs all season. What's more, the Tide has rushed for 89 yards against a defense that allows 111.4 per game. So much for the post-LSU letdown theory.
Alabama earned another shutout, Michigan kept rolling with an easy win over Rutgers and Northwestern (!) will play for the B1G title. What else did we learn?
Kirk Herbstreit and Ian Fitzsimmons discuss if Mississippi State can slow down Alabama this weekend.