College football winners and losers, Week 10: Baker Mayfield wows, Big Ten tanks

Welcome back to the front of the Heisman Trophy race, Baker Mayfield

Oklahoma’s star quarterback went all out in the Sooners’ Bedlam win over Oklahoma State in Week 10. With a number of other Heisman candidates struggling across the rest of the landscape, Mayfield emerges as this week’s biggest winner. 

The Big Ten, however, was this week’s biggest loser with Ohio State and Penn State falling on the same day. While that makes the Big Ten East race more intriguing, Georgia locked up the SEC East with a low-key win over South Carolina

From statement wins to upset losses, quarterback ejections and game-winning catches, a lot happened this weekend. With so much unfolding, we hash out the best and worst below with this week’s version of Winners and Losers


Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield: No other Heisman candidate had a better Week 10 than Mayfield, who threw for a school-record 598 yards with six total touchdowns in a wild 62-52 Bedlam win over Oklahoma State. Compare that to Penn State running back Saquon Barkley (63 yards, zero touchdowns), Stanford running back Bryce Love (69 yards, one touchdowns) and Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett (four interceptions). Mayfield should be a clear No. 1 moving forward until he gives someone a reason not to make him No.

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