Heisman will have been awarded by then. We can blame Joe. (I'm just surprised no one is blaming poor Tate.) And probably blame Dabo before that.
Wake me when Texas drops two of the next three and Tom gets run out of town. (Damn you KState for blowing that game last week!)
Can't use Bama's weak schedule in this convo. After the PSU game, Minnesota's best win is Illinois. Their non-conference schedule included three teams outside the Power-5 that they beat by a total 13 points. They'll have a chance to improve with games against Iowa, Wisconsin and potentially us, but until then...
Sorry to be totally clueless here, but I do have an opinion that differs from yours. Assuming LSU and Clemson don't lose, they are both in. Whomever wins the B1G championship game is in. (Probably and hopefully undefeated OSU, but could also be undefeated Minnesota. PSU could happen because it would have beaten two undefeated teams and avenged its only loss.) So that's three spots filled. If Oregon and Utah both win out, that means two 11-1 teams are playing for the PAC-12 Championship. Both will be highly ranked, so the winner of that game will have its best win being better than Alabama's over Auburn, and thus no way the PAC-12 champ gets left out. And that's not even getting into the mayhem that could come out of the Big-12 starting this weekend with OU and Baylor. Plus, if Georgia plays LSU tight in the SEC championship, that further hurts Bama's chances. But I'm clueless, and will start working on another hobby.
Even more impressive that we lead Wisconsin in that mayhem stat since they posted 4 shutouts and played TTUN who, I believe, spent the entire second quarter taking three knees with a punt so they would stop turning it over.