Winners and Losers from Week 13 of College Football

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Winners and Losers from Week 13 of College Football
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Records fell, shocking upsets materialized, division titles were won, and the Heisman Trophy race was further shaped...and all that occurred before the evening slate of games in college football's Week 13.

Michigan State and Ohio State confirmed their Dec. 7 date in Indianapolis for the Big Ten conference title. Out West, Oregon's upset loss to Arizona handed the Pac-12 North back to Stanford, while Arizona State handled UCLA to take the Pac-12 South.

In one of the day's biggest shocks, Oklahoma State dominated Baylor to take control of the Big 12 title race, while Missouri remained in control in the SEC East.

Johnny Manziel fell flat against LSU, delivering a low blow to his Heisman hopes.

Meanwhile, struggles continued for both Michigan and Florida. In particular for the Gators, who lost to a FCS foe for the first time in school history.

Elsewhere around the nation, several massive performances—both team and individual—forced fresh bottles of Wite-Out to be slathered on record books from Fresno to Chapel Hill.

All that and more is up ahead in this week's winners and losers.

Note: This article will be updated later with the rest of Week 13's action.

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