Alabama vs. Ole Miss, TCU vs. Texas and more

LSU players Jay Ward (5) and Lane Blue (42) carry

LSU’s Jay Ward (5) and Lane Blue (42) carry the ‘shoe’ trophy onto the field after beating Arkansas State 13-10 in Fayetteville, Saturday, Nov. 12, 2022. Win with Ole Miss. The loss helped LSU win the SEC West title. (AP Photo/Michael Woods)

We’re about to start another college football season.

While Week 11 doesn’t have the high-profile games we saw in Week 10, there are plenty of games with implications for the College Football Playoff and conference titles. TCU, ranked No. 4 on the list, is on the road against Texas.

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We saw a major development on the day Alabama defeated Ole Miss 30-24 to clinch LSU’s SEC West title. The Tigers are officially headed to the SEC title game after beating Arkansas earlier Saturday.

Here’s what else we’re looking at today.

Time: 19:00 | TV: FS1 | Line: BU -2.5 | Total: 53.5

Behind undefeated TCU, the Big 12 race is very crowded. The top two teams in the league will play in the championship game, with Kansas State, Texas, and Baylor all going 4-2 in conference play. K-State lost to Texas last week, so the Wildcats need a win going into Waco on Saturday night. Baylor, on the other hand, has won three straight after losing two straight in October. The Bears took care of Kansas and Texas Tech last week before traveling to Norman to beat Oklahoma. Kansas State moves up to Baylor, who won the Big 12 title last season.

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Time: 19:30 | TV: ABC | Line: Texas -7 | Total: 64.5

Big 12 title implications are at stake in this game, but there are bigger stakes for TCU. The Horned Frogs went 9-0 last Tuesday night and moved up to No. 4 in the CFP rankings. TCU has won a lot of tough games to get to this point. In fact, six of the nine wins were decided by 10 points or less. And many of those victories came from effort. That high-wire act might explain why the Horned Frogs are a seven-point deficit in Austin on Saturday. Prognosticators have been bullish on Texas all season; The visit from Alabama was the only time the Longhorns fell short all year. But UT doesn’t always live up to that billing. Texas enters this game with a 6-3 record, but all three of those losses have come by one possession.

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