2021-2022 cbhsports College Football 11/6 Preview

CFP Top 6
1.Georgia 8-0 (6-0) Next Week: Missouri
2.Alabama 7-1 (4-0) Next Week: LSU
3.Michigan State 8-0 (5-0) Next Week: at.Purdue
4.Oregon 7-1 (4-1) Next Week:
5.Ohio State 7-1 (5-0) Next Week: at.Nebraska
6.Cincinnati 8-0 (4-0) Next Week: Tulsa

Key games this weekend (Rankings based off of CFP Poll)

5.Ohio State at. Nebraska (Saturday, 12 PM ET, FOX)
Ohio State has to continue winning to stay in not only the Big Ten picture but the College Football Playoff (CFP) picture as they head to face Nebraska and QB Adrian Martinez. Assuming the Buckeyes get a win in Lincoln, battles with Michigan State (Columbus, November 20) and Michigan (Ann Arbor, November 27) loom.

10.Wake Forest at. North Carolina (Saturday, 12 PM ET, ABC)
Wake Forest and North Carolina will meet in a game that is the second of two non-conference games scheduled in 2015. Because the ACC maintained an eight game conference schedule following 2010’s realignment, old rivals like North Carolina and Wake Forest would not meet nearly as much, so the two Tar Heel State rivals scheduled a few games that would not count towards their conference records. Undefeated Wake Forest, led by QB Sam Hartman heads into Chapel Hill to face a talented (and underachieving) North Carolina team led by QB Sam Howell. Watch out for a Tar Heel upset as both defenses have lots of trouble stopping the run. When an opposing team can’t stop Mack Brown, he is very successful. Projected Score: North Carolina 52, Wake Forest 49

Tulsa at. 6.Cincinnati (Saturday, 3:30 PM ET, ESPN2)
ESPN’s College GameDay heads to Cincinnati for the first time ever as the Cincinnati Bearcats cling to their number two ranking in the AP Poll and look to be the first Group of Five team in the CFP. Tulsa has posed Cincy challenge in the past, as the Golden Hurricane were the Bearcats match up in the American title a year ago. Projected Score: Cincinnati 24, Tulsa 20

3.Michigan State at. Purdue (Saturday, 3:30 PM ET, ABC)
After another win over Michigan for Mel Tucker, Sparty has got to be feeling good about their chances to make it to the Big Ten title in Indianapolis and potentially a CFP berth. But, Purdue is a sneaky team and should not be taken lightly. Like I mentioned in my analysis for Ohio State, Michigan State also has two tough battles remaining in the Big Ten East to go the last two weeks of the season. First a trip to Columbus to face Ohio State (which should determine the Big Ten East) and return home to host Penn State. Projected Score: Michigan State 27, Purdue 13

13.Auburn at. 14.Texas A&M (Saturday, 3:30 PM ET, CBS)
Since early losses, Auburn (by beating Ole Miss) and Texas A&M (by beating Alabama) have made themselves the clear favorites to finish second and third in the SEC West (Of course Ole Miss and Arkansas still have shots). But, the best game in the best conference on Saturday should be decided on the ground. Auburn running back Tank Bigsby and Texas A&M running back Isaiah Spiller will be their team’s key to victory in a crucial SEC West battle. Projected Score: Auburn 34, Texas A&M 27

LSU at. 2.Alabama (Saturday, 7 PM ET, ESPN)
Alabama should continue its dominance against LSU as Ed Orgeron’s tenure in Baton Rouge creeps to an end. Look for Alabama QB Bryce Young to have a great game and continue his underrated Heisman run. Projected Score: Alabama 49, LSU 20

By Carter Huff

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