6. Texas (L 35-38 Oklahoma State) – Texas didn’t start playing defense until the second half against Oklahoma State, but by then, it was too late. The Longhorns gave up 31 first-half points and couldn’t stop Taylor Cornelius in the fourth quarter when the Cowboys won the game with the arm and legs of Cornelius.
7. Georgia (W 36-17 Florida) – Jake Fromm threw three touchdowns in what was his best game of the year in the win over rival Florida. He was especially deadly on third down as Georgia got a win to put them in the driver’s seat in the SEC East.
8. Oklahoma (W 51-14 Kansas State) – Kyler Murray accounted for four total touchdowns, including a pair to CeeDee Lamb who had 160 receiving yards as the Sooners looked scary good vs. Kansas State. Oklahoma might be one of two or three most dangerous teams in the nation because of their offense.
9. Florida (L 17-36 Georgia) – The Gators couldn’t get much going offensively vs. Georgia. Feleipe Franks only passed for 105 yards with a touchdown and interception. The Florida defense played really well at times, but still, allowed 36 points, and couldn’t get off the field on third down as Georgia was 8-14 on third down. Florida’s SEC title hopes have been dashed.
10. UCF – Idle. The owners of the nation’s longest winning streak didn’t get a chance to extend that this weekend, but it’s a good thing because it’ll give quarterback McKenzie Milton another week to get his ailing ankle healthy. Milton missed last week’s game due to the injury but they’ll need him healthy for November if they’re going to remain undefeated and find a way to a New Year’s Six bowl.