Which favorite could fall?
Our panel debates Week 14 upsets, top freshmen and Will Muschamp's fate
What a Week 13 in college football. While Baylor fell from the ranks of the unbeaten, Oregon got upended by unranked Arizona and Texas A&M went down to LSU. But perhaps the most shocking result came in Gainesville, Fla., where the Gators lost at home to Georgia Southern of the FCS.
More upsets are likely in the cards heading into Week 14, which features dozens of rivalry games and other top matchups, including Florida-Florida State, Ohio State-Michigan, Clemson-South Carolina, Texas A&M-Missouri -- and oh yeah, the Iron Bowl, featuring No. 1 Alabama going on the road to face No. 4 Auburn.
Which top team should be on upset alert?
In this week's "No Huddle," Insider's panel of experts debates that topic, as well as other key questions, including which team will win the Iron Bowl, which player is the most difficult to defend, which freshman outside of Jameis Winston is the best and whether Florida should fire head coach Will Muschamp.
1. Which team should be on upset alert heading into Week 14?
Travis Haney: Missouri. The Tigers obviously have a lot to play for, but anytime there's as dynamic a player on the field as Johnny Manziel, you have to increase your guard. Texas A&M has some pride, so I'd expect a much better effort than last week's dud at LSU. If Mizzou wants to play for the SEC title, it'll have to earn it.
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