There continues to be a lot of movement in the Playoff Predictor. Florida has moved into the top four and Baylor took over the No. 1 spot.
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It's hard to put into perspective the job Brent Venables has done at Clemson, but the win over Georgia Tech certainly shined the spotlight on him.
Dabo Swinney not having 'Clemsoning' jabs
Don't dare mention the reference to the Clemson coach who went on a tirade. "It’s a lack of respect. Should not be asked that question. Period. People need to get some more adjectives."
Experts agree on two playoff teams
Mark Schlabach and Brett McMurphy both agree that Clemson and Baylor will make the College Football Playoff. Who else did they predict as semifinalists? Bowl projections
The ACC is fine at the top as usual with Clemson and Florida State, but the expected rise of the middle class has gone awry and hurt the league.
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Clemson climbs in the rankings
The Tigers are 5-0 and will face weaker opponents until a big matchup against Florida State in November. This team makes the chance of "Clemsoning" seem remote at best. Just make sure you don't mention that word around Dabo Swinney. Power Rankings
With another impressive win, Clemson has emerged as far and away the most likely team to run the table. But the chances of the other 15 current unbeatens to stay that way will surprise you.
Dark horse of the ACC
The Tigers' consistency makes them the top playoff contender out of the ACC. Although FSU is also undefeated, Clemson is a step ahead due to the league's best win. Surging Teams
Expect plenty more fireworks before the bowls are announced, but for now, here's our best guess on ACC bowl projections.
Baylor is No. 2 and Utah is up to fourth behind No. 1 Ohio State in The Associated Press college football poll.
The ACC entered Week 6 with two unbeaten teams and it escaped Week 6 with two unbeaten teams.
The games weren't all pretty in Week 6, but there were some sterling performances in the ACC. Here are our helmet stickers for the week.
Clemson wrecks Georgia Tech
Were you worried about a letdown? The Tigers erased that possibility early, swamping the Yellow Jackets in Death Valley. Does their school-record 13th consecutive home win make them worthy of Mark Schlabach's playoff four? Find out in GameDay Final
The results of Week 6 showed there is at least one team per conference that we must start to take seriously as a College Football Playoff contender.
No. 6 Clemson had no trouble handling Georgia Tech, but questions about the Tigers' reputation for letdowns put coach Dabo Swinney in a sour mood.
Rocky Top will be on repeat tonight. After blowing three double-digit leads this season, Butch Jones' Vols storm back from 21 to upset No. 19 Georgia. [Credit: Jim Brown/USA TODAY Sports]
Clemson follows up the emotional victory over Notre Dame with a thrashing of reeling Georgia Tech to get to 5-0.
Deshaun Watson threw for two touchdowns, Wayne Gallman ran for two scores and No. 6 Clemson surged past a reeling Georgia Tech 43-24 on Saturday.
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