USC vs. Oregon et al

The College Football Playoff picture is starting to crystallize, and each weekend offers important decisions as teams jockey for four spots on the field.

No. 3 Michigan wins a key early marquee game, defeating No. 1 in a crucial Big Ten matchup. 10 stifled Penn State. No. 8 Alabama delivered the most compelling result of the day, knocking off Kentucky in an SEC West-clinching beatdown in Lexington. Then, no. 5 Washington beat Utah 35-28 to keep its Pac-12 title and CFP hopes alive.

Beyond that, it was an easy day for the other undefeated CFP contenders, beating Michigan State 38-3 against No. 1 Ohio State and beat No. 2 Georgia. 9 outscored Ole Miss 52-17.

Here’s what we’ll see tonight:

Time: 10:30 pm ET | TV: Fox | Line: UO -15.5 | Total: 73.5

Oregon is looking more and more like a national championship-caliber team. The Ducks started the season 5-0 before dropping a heartbreaker to Washington in Seattle. If the Ducks want a rematch with Washington in the Pac-12 title game, they need to keep winning. That quest continues with the visit of the reeling USC Trojans. USC has lost three of its last four games, 6-0. Trojans head coach Lincoln Riley has finally fired his longtime defensive coordinator, Alex Grinch. Will the Trojans travel to Eugene to face the Bo Knicks and a high-flying Oregon offense make the difference?

Live updates

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    Duke made a 49-yard field goal to start overtime. UNC has a chance

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    UNC nails the game-tying field goal! We go to OT in Chapel Hill.

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    Touchdown Duke! Blue Devils lead with 41 seconds left!!

    Jordan Moore catches a 30-yard TD pass from Grayson Loftis on 4th and 7!

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    Another big pass play by Oregon for a score. So far, it’s been easy against this suspect USC defense. (failure 2PC)

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    Touchdown USC. A good response from the Trojans on that drive. MarShawn Lloyd finished it off in the 5th.

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