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QB Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama
He made it look so easy in the brilliant performance in the Iron Bowl. At least, he made it look easy in the second half, finishing with 324 yards and five touchdown passes on a 25-of-32 day, and with 26 rushing yards and a score in the 52-21 win.
9. Missouri 38, Arkansas 0
It was ugly throughout. The weather was bad, Arkansas was worse, and Drew Lock and the Missouri offense was good in the easy layup to get to eight wins.
8. Mississippi State 35, Ole Miss 3
It was the Nick Fitzgerald revenge game, wrecking the Ole Miss season with 111 passing yards, 117 on the ground, and an easy blowout win.
7. Kentucky 56, Louisville 10
The Louisville running game was okay, but Kentucky couldn’t be stopped, QB Terry Wilson threw for 261 yards, the running game was amazing, and UK closed out its regular season by rubbing its rival’s nose in it.
6. Georgia 45, Georgia Tech 21
Jake Fromm took target practice on the Georgia Tech defense – and the Bulldog D kept the Yellow Jackets in check – to get this over with to move on to what really matters.
5. Florida 41, Florida State 14
The Gators struggled early on, but Feleipe Franks turned it on in the second half and the defense held firm in the easy rivalry win.
4. Vanderbilt 38, Tennessee 13
Vanderbilt didn’t let there be any doubt in a bowl-or-go-home showdown. Kyle Shurmur threw for 367 yards in the shockingly easy Commodore victory.
3. Alabama 52, Auburn 21
In a week full of SEC blowouts, at least this was entertaining. Auburn hung around for a half, and then Bama went Bama as Tua Tagovailoa went off in a frighteningly efficient third quarter.
2. Clemson 56, South Carolina 35
Clemson might have scored at will – and put up 744 yards – but Jake Bentley and the Gamecock passing game had a whole lot of fun, putting up 510 yards through the air.
1. Texas A&M 74, LSU 72 7OT
It was weird, it was gimmicky, and it was absurd. It was also one of the most fun college football games of all-time as the two teams just didn’t seem to want the thing to end.