For more than three quarters Saturday night, it looked as if the top four in the College Football Playoff chase would finally get an honest-to-goodness shake-up, as Georgia trailed Mizzou for the majority of what should have been a ho-hum SEC East game.
Instead, the defending national champs escaped -- yes escaped -- the now 2-3 Tigers with a win. It was the second straight Saturday that Georgia struggled against an unranked opponent, as they beat Kent State 39-22 in Week 4.
The Bulldogs are still favored to win the East. They're still a top-four team. Their ability to plow their way through the entire schedule as easily as they dismantled Oregon in the season opener, though, is now a question. So is finishing the season undefeated. While Georgia caused a stir even in its win, there were five games featuring two ranked opponents this weekend that had a direct impact on the CFP race: