What we've learned about Clemson: The Tigers struggled to stop the triple-option attack of mighty Wofford, an FCS school that gashed Clemson for 399 total yards. The Tigers held on for a 35--27 win.
What it all means on Saturday: Neither team has shown the ability to stop the run. The edge goes to Auburn because of Trotter.
WASHINGTON at NO. 10 NEBRASKA
What we've learned about the Huskies: Last week's game against Hawaii was a breakout effort for QB Keith Price, who finished with 315 yards and four TDs in a 40--32 win.
What we've learned about the Huskers: What's wrong with that vaunted defense? Fresno State, which led 20--14 well into the third quarter before losing 42--29, gained 444 yards, including 190 on the ground.
What it all means on Saturday: A hot quarterback will yield an upset for Washington.
TENNESSEE at NO. 16 FLORIDA
What we've learned about the Vols: Tyler Bray is making a case to be called the SEC's top QB. In a 45--23 win over Cincinnati, Bray threw for 405 yards and four TDs.
What we've learned about the Gators: They've found their go-to player: running back Chris Rainey. The senior is averaging 165.0 all-purpose yards, fifth best in the SEC.
What it all means on Saturday: The Vols put up a surprisingly tough (but ultimately unsuccessful) fight against Florida.