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The 2018 college football season reaches the midpoint with Week 7, and we have just seven weeks left until the College Football Playoff pairings are announced.
This week features three matchups between ranked teams: No. 2 Georgia travels to No. 13 LSU in a pivotal SEC matchup, No. 7 Washington travels to No. 17 Oregon in a Pac-12 North showdown and No. 15 Wisconsin meets No. 12 Michigan at Michigan Stadium. It's a loaded week that brings us one week closer to the first set of Playoff rankings.
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With that in mind, here's a look at this week's Heisman watch, coach on the spot, upset alert and what else to look forward to:
Georgia's Jake Fromm led the Bulldogs to last year's SEC championship, is the starting quarterback for the No. 2 team in the country and ranks fourth in the nation in passing efficiency (192.5).
He's also averaging 10.53 yards per pass attempt. Yet the sophomore quarterback remains on the fringe of the Heisman Trophy conversation, a crowded field that also includes high-efficiency passers in Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa (258.4), Oklahoma's Kyler Murray (227.8), Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins (190.8) and West Virginia's Will Grier (189.9).
There's a stat that doesn't get recognized as much that can make a difference for Fromm: He has taken just seven sacks this season, including two sacks on the road. That compares much better to last season, when he took 20 sacks, including 13 on the road.
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"I think it's his confidence in the protections and his understanding of where his issues and problems are," Georgia coach Kirby Smart said of Fromm on the SEC teleconference on Wednesday. "He's probably redirecting things and understanding where the weakness of the protection is and when he has to get rid of the ball. He handles that well."
Fromm can make a statement at Death Valley this weekend. He is 6-1 in true road starts dating back to last season, including victories at Notre Dame and Tennessee last season and Missouri and South Carolina this season. The Auburn loss in 2017 remains the only hiccup, and Fromm can expect the same type of hostile environment on Saturday.
Fromm might not have the video-game numbers like Tagovailoa and Haskins now, but if he stands out in games like this and maintains his efficiency, he'll be in the front row with those quarterbacks in New York City, too.
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Coach on the spot
Three teams that opened the season in top 15 of the AP's preseason poll have two losses heading into Week 7. That trio consists of Auburn (opened No. 9) Michigan State (opened No. 11) and Stanford (opened No. 13). The Tigers are the only one of those teams that remains ranked in the AP Top 25.
You could make the case Auburn shouldn't be ranked after a 23-9 loss at Mississippi State last week. In other words, he Tigers' all-or-nothing reputation continues. Look at this decade for proof: Auburn won the SEC West in 2010, 2013 and 2017 with a combined record of 36-6 in those seasons. The other five seasons produced a 32-30 record leading into 2018.
This year's team has no room for error if it wants accomplish those high preseason goals, and it'll have to go through No. 22 Texas A&M and road trips to No. 2 Georgia and No. 1 Alabama in November. But first, a home matchup against Tennessee can't be overlooked. Auburn coach Gus Malzahn said it's a team looking forward to what's ahead in 2018, despite those two losses.
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"The biggest difference was the energy level was higher that has been on the offensive side," Malzahn said. "As far as practice, it's about expectation."
Three top-10 teams lost last week, and there could be another round of upsets in Week 7 if some of those teams aren't careful. To spot a pair of potential trouble spots, circle back to that quarterback efficiency.
No. 10 UCF travels to Memphis, which is led by Arizona State transfer quarterback Brady White. He ranks seventh in the FBS with a 183.1 passer rating. White has 15 touchdowns and just one interception this season, and the Tigers went score-for-score with the Knights in the American Athletic Conference championship game last season.
No. 7 Washington travels to No. 17 Oregon, which is led by Justin Herbert. He ranks eighth in passing efficiency (180.9) with 15 touchdowns and just five interceptions. The Ducks blew a second-half lead to Stanford at Autzen Stadium, but this is a chance for redemption against a Pac-12 rival. In the end, this might not be an upset.
And as always, keep an eye on No. 6 West Virginia against Iowa State in Ames. The Cyclones have a reputation in that spot and knocked Oklahoma State off last week.
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Think about it
Five teams in the FBS have two receivers with six or more touchdowns this season. A few schools you'd expect, like Hawaii's John Ursua (12 touchdowns) and Cedric Byrd (seven touchdowns), West Virginia's David Sills V (six touchdowns) and Gary Jennings Jr. (six touchdowns) and Oklahoma's Marquise Brown (seven touchdowns) and CeeDee Lamb (six touchdowns).
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The teams you wouldn't expect? Ohio State, with Parris Campbell (seven touchdowns) and Terry McLaurin (six touchdowns) and Alabama, with the sophomore tandem of Jerry Jeudy and Henry Ruggs III, who both have six apiece). Alabama coach Nick Saban said those sophomore receivers benefited from another year in the system.
"They have a better understanding of what we're doing now and they're much better route runners than they were a year ago and they think they have a lot more confidence," Saban said. "They play a lot faster because of it."
That's a nod to the play of Tagovailoa and Haskins, but it also could be the start of a trend. Alabama and Ohio State boast two of the most explosive and efficient in the country.. Their teams have questions on defense, that's for sure, but. ...
Will it matter if you can't stop their offense?
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Northwestern's Solomon Vault (4), Cameron Green (84) and Kyric McGowan (8) celebrate Green's touchdown reception as Michigan State's Tyriq Thompson (17) reacts on Oct. 6, in East Lansing, Mich. Northwestern won 29-19.
Antoine Wesley of the Texas Tech Red Raiders makes a one handed catch against Keith Washington (28) of the West Virginia Mountaineers on Sept. 29, in Lubbock, Texas. West Virginia defeated Texas Tech 42-34.
Nyqwan Murray of the Florida State Seminoles runs for a 58-yard touchdown after catching a pass against the Louisville Cardinals on Sept. 28 in Louisville, Kentucky. Florida State came from behind to win 28-24.
Iowa State quarterback Zeb Noland wears a "CBA" sticker on his helmet to honor slain student Celia Barquin Arozamena before the game against Akron, on Sept. 22, in Ames, Iowa. Barquin, who was the 2018 Big 12 women's golf champion and Iowa State Female Athlete of the Year, was found Monday morning in a pond at a golf course near the Iowa State campus.
Parnell Motley (11) and Tre Norwood (13) of the Oklahoma Sooners celebrate an interception and the end of overtime against the Army Black Knights on Sept. 22 in Norman, Oklahoma. The Sooners defeated the Black Knights 28-21 in overtime.
Washington's Ryan Bowman, left, Levi Onwuzurike (95) and Greg Gaines (99) wrap up North Dakota quarterback Nate Ketteringham in the first half of an NCAA college football game, on Sept. 8, in Seattle. Washington won 45-3 against North.
Cornerback Cameron Dantzler (3) of the Mississippi State brakes up a pass intended for wide receiver Isaiah Zuber (7) of the Kansas State on Sept. 8, in Manhattan, Kansas. Mississippi State won 31-10 against Kansas State.
Oklahoma wide receiver CeeDee Lamb (2) comes down with a touchdown pass in front of UCLA defensive back Nate Meadors (22), rear, and defensive back Quentin Lake (37) in Norman, Okla., on Sept. 8. Oklahoma won 49-21.
Wide receiver K.J. Hill Jr. (14) of the Ohio State celebrates with wide receiver Johnnie Dixon III after scoring a touchdown against the Rutgers on Sept. 08, in Columbus, Ohio. Ohio State won 52-3 against Rutgers.
Auburn running back Kam Martin (9) scores a touchdown as Auburn offensive lineman Prince Tega Wanogho (76) blocks Alabama State defensive lineman Lucky Owovwi (90) on Sept. 8, in Auburn, Ala. Auburn Tigers won 63-9.
Notre Dame safety Jalen Elliott (21) celebrates with teammates after intercepting the football against Ball State on Sept. 8, in South Bend, Indiana. Notre dame fighting Irish won 24-16 against Ball State.
Clemson defensive back K'Von Wallace (12) tackles and forces Texas wide receiver Quartney Davis (1) to fumble the ball out of the end zone on Sep 8 in College Station, TX. Clemson won 28-26 against Texas A&M.
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