Week 11 brought about the clash of the titans, and an old dog regained its top spot in the college football landscape.
Week 12 looks to be no different; save only that time is running out to make the big plays for a chance at a championship title.
Here are how the conferences stack up and which teams stand a chance to make some noise in Week 12.
After a sluggish start, LSU put away Western Kentucky 42-9. Unless they stumble, the Tigers look to be the BCS favorites.
The Cowboys did not take their No. 2 BCS ranking lightly, dropping 66 points on Texas Tech. They are looking like a legitimate threat for the national championship.
The Spartans played like a Top 10 team at Iowa, dismantling the Hawkeyes 37-21. The division title is theirs for the taking.
Well, there’s no doubt now who the top team is—the Ducks crushed Stanford and have put themselves back in title contention for a rematch against LSU.
Clemson had a bye week to prepare for the final push for the ACC crown. Their realistic goal is still to represent the ACC in the BCS.
North Carolina State
West Virginia pulled out a must win game against Cincinnati, but will still need help if they want to claim the Big East Title. QB Geno Smith is perhaps the most underrated player in America.
Houston didn't score in the first quarter, and only ended up scoring 73 points! If the Cougars can win their final games they should play in a BCS game.
The Horned Frogs delivered a major upset by going into Boise and knocking off Boise State 36-35. TCU is now in the drivers seat to become the Mountain West Champion.
San Diego State
The Huskies are rolling right now crushing Bowling Green 45-14. QB Chandler Harnish is wracking up ridiculous yardage both in the air and on the ground.
The Fighting Irish routed Maryland 45-21, and are pointing to their final game against Stanford.
In the pivotal game of the season, the Wolf Pack took down Hawaii 42-28. The WAC title now goes through Reno.
San Jose State
New Mexico State
In the battle to be crowned Sun Belt Champion, Arkansas State came through with a 30-21 win over Louisiana-Lafayette. The Red Wolves now are the prohibitive favorites for the title.
North Texas State