Updated: Oct 14, 2019
By: Kelechi Anozie
We may never see another college football Saturday this season, as the one we experienced.
To say the least, the results from Saturday's games will certainly have major implications on the college playoff picture. For one particular team, their playoff hopes may have faded away after suffering one of the biggest upsets in recent history.
Here is what we learned in Week 7:
A potent ground attack, CeeDee Lam's skills, and Jalen Hurts versatility proved to be too much for the Texas defense in the Red River Showdown.
Justin Herbert's arm is likely going to lead his Oregon Ducks to a Pac-12 title.
For Jake Fromm and his Georgia Bulldogs, their playoff chances took a tremendous dip after South Carolina pulled off unquestionably, the biggest upset of the 2019 season. To add insult to injury, the Gamecocks were playing with their 3rd string quarterback.
Revenge was sweet for Joe Burrows and LSU. Over a year after being embarrassed by Florida, he and the receiving duo of Ja'Marr Chase and Justin Jefferson took over the second half of the contest, winning the game in Death Valley and effectively ending their perfect season.
Michigan's offense came alive in their victory against Illinois.
Wisconsin's dominant shout out victory over Michigan State, should propel them into the top five.
Clemson was in vintage form, in their victory over Florida State.
Led by Tua Tagovailoa four touchdown passes, Alabama remains undefeated after their impressive win over Texas A&M.
The Baylor Bears are 6-0 and should not be overlooked as a potential top ten team in the nation.
Speaking of 6-0 teams, the unranked Minnesota Gophers should crack the top 25 after their performance.
In matchup featuring two of the best defensive units in the nation, Penn State narrowly got past Iowa, and may have earned a bump up in their poll ranking.
Utah is slowly climbing their back into playoff contention, now 5-1 after beating Oregon State.
The latest chapter in Nevada freshman kicker Brandon Talton's Cinderella story, included his second game-winning field goal kick of the season, this time against San Jose State.
Week 7 Honor Roll
CeeDee Lamb - Wide Receiver (Oklahoma) Jalen Hurts - Quarterback (Oklahoma)
Victor Dimukeje - Defensive end (Duke) Neville Gallimore - Defensive Line (Oklahoma)
Josh Uche - Linebacker (Michigan) Anthony Gordon - Quarterback (WashState)
Jayden Daniels - Quarterback (Arizona State) Brandon Aiyuk - Wide Receiver (Arizona State)
Israel Mukaumu - Cornerback (S. Carolina) Darius Hodge - Defensive Line (Marshall)
Jack Plummer - Quarterback (Purdue) Brycen Hopkins - Tight End (Purdue)
Quez Watkins - Wide Receiver (South Miss) Tony Jones Jr. - Running Back (Notre Dame)
Malcolm Perry - Running back (Navy) Sage Surratt - Wide Receiver (Wake Forest)
Kyle Trask - Quarterback (Florida) Joe Burrow - Quarterback (LSU)
Louis Acceus - Linebacker (NC State) James Lynch- Defensive Tackle (Baylor)