UPSET WATCH | Week 12 remains ripe for upending rankings
Clemson fell to Pittsburgh, undefeated Washington was taken out of that category by Southern California — which topped last week's upset watch — Michigan lost by a point to Iowa, Auburn was stunned by SEC East rival Georgia, and Ole Miss scraped by Texas A&M.
And last night – as predicted right here – Houston demolished No. 5 Louisville, 36-10.
With those six top-10 teams all taking losses in a single week it is evident that nothing is written in stone. Teams are playing with nothing to lose and others are at risk of blowing their seasons — but that’s what makes sports so great, right?
Let’s take a look at the other potential upset to watch for in Week 12 of college football:
Washington State at Colorado
3:30 p.m. ET Saturday
Washington State is on an eight-game winning streak, which is the reason 9-1 Boise State is ahead of 10-0 Western Michigan in the CFP rankings.
The Cougars hope to move closer to a Pac-12 North title while Colorado continues an unexpected stampede toward a Pac-12 South championship.
Both quarterbacks will put on a show this Saturday as Luke Falk sits at No. 2 in FBS passing yards on the season and Sefo Liufau is completing more than 67% of his passing attempts.
It might come done to whether Washington State can overcome Colorado's defense and possibly this:
Our annual first snow of the season photo. A little later than normal. Saturday will still be beautiful. #theRISEdontCAREaboutSNOW pic.twitter.com/wMUIRC0qku
— Colorado Buffaloes (@cubuffs) November 17, 2016
Above: Iowa fans celebrate the Hawkeyes' 14-13 victory against previously undefeated Michigan on Saturday at Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City, Iowa. (Photo by Matthew Holst/Getty Images)