Colorado vs. Oregon State et al

No. 8 Alabama has been finding different ways to win this season. On Saturday night, it beat No. 1 42-28 in an offensive shootout. 14 won against LSU. The win gives the Crimson Tide control of the SEC West with a clear path to the conference title game.

In the evening’s other marquee game, the Wildcats at the LA Coliseum showcased No. 5 Washington no. 20 USC overruled 52-42. The win keeps Washington undefeated and very much alive in the College Football Playoff and Pac-12 title races.

But the drama started before then as Clemson cruised to a 31-23 victory over No. 15 Notre Dame despite the Tigers making several late mistakes. No. 10 Ole Miss chased down a last-second blocked field goal to survive a scare against Texas A&M, and Texas needed a fourth-down stop in overtime to beat Kansas State.

No. 22 Oklahoma State kept the drama alive later in the afternoon, falling to No. 9 Oklahoma 27-24 in what was the final Bedlam Tournament game in the future. Georgia, meanwhile, holds its own against a feisty Missouri team in a crucial SEC East showdown.

At this point in the season, teams are juggling both the CFP standings and their respective conference standings. Follow all the action here (scroll for live updates):

Live updates

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    UCLA enters the end zone before halftime. Arizona cut the lead to 14-7.

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    Arizona is trying to continue its rise. 14-0 lead against No. 19 UCLA

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    No. 5 Washington remains undefeated against No. 20 USC, 52-42.

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    Oregon State takes advantage of a big punt return and scores before halftime.

    The Beavers led Colorado 14-3 at halftime

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    Notable Finals:

    Michigan 41, Purdue 13

    Oregon 63, Cal 19

    Kansas 28, Iowa State 21

    NC State 20, Miami 6

    Kentucky 24, Mississippi State 3

    West Virginia 37, BYU 7

    UCF 28, Cincinnati 26

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    USC is incomplete on 4th down and Washington has 1:02 to go.

    That would be your ball game.

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    Play it, Dillon Johnson!

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