College football winners and losers, Week 12: Wisconsin flexes, Kiffin’s redemption

Week 12 didn’t exactly provide the chaos underwhelming slates normally do. That’s OK because in the absence of chaos was clarity, which is equally as good. 

Ohio State wrapped up the Big Ten East and will play Wisconsin in two weeks in the Big Ten title game. Oklahoma secured a spot in the Big 12 championship. Clemson and Miami are still on a collision course for a de facto playoff quarterfinal. The playoff picture is coming together ever so slowly. 

But that doesn’t mean Saturday didn’t have its own important storylines. Wisconsin put away Michigan in yet another convincing win that further shows the Badgers are a legit top-four contender. West Virginia lost its star player, quarterback Will Grier, for the final game of the season with a broken finger. From these storylines and more, we hash out the best and worst below with this week’s version of Winners and Losers


Wisconsin: Look, you don’t need anyone to wax poetic about the Badgers. There’s nothing flashy about them. They run the ball extremely well, play lights-out defense and sometimes quarterback Alex Hornibrook makes some throws you didn’t know he had in him because he also makes bad throws. And, yet, it works for them. Wisconsin is 11-0 after pulling away from Michigan

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