FBS: HOW THEY FARED
Georgia: won 40-13 vs (51) South Carolina. The Bulldogs visit (122) Vanderbilt then host (9) Arkansas.
Oregon: win 48-7 vs FCS Stony Brook. The Ducks host (125) Arizona before visiting (21) Stanford.
Penn State: won 28-20 vs (59) Auburn. The Nittany Lions host FCS Villanova and (85) Indiana over the next two weeks.
Michigan: won 63-10 vs (62) Northern Illinois. The Wolverines host (14) Rutgers then visit (45) Wisconsin.
Texas A&M: won 34-0 vs (58) New Mexico. The Aggies meet (9) Arkansas in Arlington then host (22) Mississippi State.
Iowa: won 30-7 vs (83) Kent State. The Hawkeyes host (126) Colorado State then visit (10) Maryland on a Friday night.
Kansas State: won 38-17 vs (56) Nevada. The Wildcats visit (49) Oklahoma State and host (19) Oklahoma in back-to-back games versus 3-0 teams.
Alabama: won 31-29 vs (23) Florida. The Tide hosts (100) Southern Miss and (11) Ole Miss.
Arkansas: won 45-10 vs (103) Georgia Southern. The Razorbacks meet (5) Texas A&M in Arlington before visiting (1) Georgia.
Maryland: won 20-17 vs (65) Illinois. The Terrapins host (83) Kent State then (6) Iowa.
FCS teams are now listed with their playoff standing (PS) based on the current Power Points Standings and conference standings. The FCS 24-team playoff format includes 11 automatic berths for conference champions (CC) and 13 at-large berths (AL). Dixie State, McNeese, Merrimack, St. Thomas (MN), and Tarleton are playoff ineligible due to transition rules or NCAA sanctions. The Ivy League abstains from postseason play. MEAC and SWAC champions play in the Celebration Bowl. Non-champion members are eligible for at-large playoff berth, but will not considered when determining the playoff field based on the Power Points Standings.