A Week of Changes

This week in college football was definitely one of the most interesting and defining weeks of the season. Number 2 in the country, Georgia, lost to LSU by 20 with a 36-16 final score. This moves Ohio State to now number 2. With a rocky start against Minnesota, it seemed like a trap game but we pulled it out in the end. The college football playoff picture now looks very different. Ohio State, as long as they win out, are guaranteed a spot in the playoffs against most likely Clemson, Norte Dame, or LSU.

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The Heisman Campaign

New OSU quarterback Dwayne Haskins has fast-tracked himself in the Heisman conversation with his stellar play in the first two weeks of the season. Already Haskins has amassed 546 yards and 9 touchdowns in the first two games of the season and has made the OSU offense into a well-oiled machine.  Stellar play against TCU and his first win against a ranked opponent will only solidify his standing as one of the best quarterbacks in college football this year. Though, the games that will really define his campaign will be the games against Penn State and Michigan, two BIG 10 rivals with tough defenses. Two tough opponents with tough defenses, if Haskins can prove he can play well in big moments, there is no doubt he will be a Heisman finalist at the end of the year.

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