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3 CFB Week 7 Takeaways




1. Big 12 Resurgence- after struggling out of the gates the Big 12 has suddenly emerged as one of the strongest conferences in college football, Oklahoma with Freshman Caleb Williams now under center is once again looking like a Playoff contender, Iowa State has regained its form in recent weeks and Baylor picked up another win over a ranked opponent beating number 19 BYU, undefeated Oklahoma State who won its 3 non-conference games against weaker competition by a combined 13 points has beat 3 straight ranked opponents to start conference play


2. Coach of the Year Candidates

Mel Tucker Michigan State- in second season has the Spartans 7-0 for the first time since 2015


Dave Clawson Wake Forest- not an easy place to win at but Clawson has the Demon Deacons 6-0 for the first time since 1944


Luke Fickell Cincinnati- picked up signature win in South Bend a will be a hot commodity among power 5 schools this offseason


Jeff Traylor UTSA- in his second season has led the Roadrunners to first 7-0 start in school history notching a win over power five Illinois


Dave Aranda Baylor- after a rough first year Aranda led the Bears to a 6-1 start with 2 wins over ranked opponents


3. Top Performers-

WR David Bell Purdue- caught 11 passes for 240 yards and a touchdown in a 24-7 upset over number 2 Iowa


RB Tyrion Davis-Price LSU- rushed for 287 yards and 3 touchdowns on 36 carries leading the Tigers to a crucial 49-42 victory over Florida


LB Will Anderson Jr. Alabama- recorded 4 sacks and 6 total tackles for the Crimson Tide defense in a dominant 49-9 victory over Mississippi State


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