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Murphy's Law: Incentive to change CFB scheduling.

Phil Murphy is back with another edition of Murphy's Law to advocate for nine conference games a season for the ACC and SEC.

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Herbie sees eight teams still in playoff race.

Kirk Herbstreit and Booger McFarland agree that the top seven teams in this week's CFP rankings and No. 9 Ohio State are still battling for the top four spots in the College Football Playoff.

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Potential Iron Bowl loss for Bama could shake up rankings.

Paul Finebaum and Kirk Herbstreit weigh the possibility of No. 1 Alabama falling to No. 6 Auburn in the Iron Bowl and what would unfold in the CFP rankings.

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CFP committee sees 'championship-caliber team' in Miami.

Kirby Hocutt says the selection committee continues to be impressed with undefeated Miami and moved the Hurricanes past No. 3 Clemson. Hocutt also explains whether Clemson's previous loss to Syracuse is finally weighing into the rankings.

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Finebaum says Mayfield 'has to be held accountable.'

Paul Finebaum reacts to Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield not starting or being a captain this week against West Virginia.

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Don't count out Ohio State in CFP.

Heather Dinich breaks down the Buckeyes' chances of making the College Football Playoff.

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Alvarez on CFP: 'Undefeated team should be in.'

Former College Football Playoff committee member Barry Alvarez gives his take the criteria for teams vying for a spot in the College Football Playoff.

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Max more entertained by college football than NFL.

Max Kellerman details why football at the university level has become a "superior consumer product" to the pros.

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Committee had hard time with Clemson, Miami.

CFP Selection Committee Chair Kirby Hocutt provides some insight into the committee's decision-making this week, saying that there was "tremendous debate between No. 2 Clemson and No. 3 Miami."

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What could shake up the top four?

Kirk Herbstreit is looking forward to seeing how No. 3 Miami will perform outside its comfort zone on the road and in colder temperatures, while Booger McFarland is interested to see how No. 4 Oklahoma's defense has improved.

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