This was supposed to be a week of college football that didn't have the kind of wild finishes and massive upsets the previous weeks have provided.
It was anything but as five top-25 teams went down, the biggest of which being the No. 10 Oklahoma Sooners. No one saw them losing in thew annual Red River Rivalry matchup with Texas, but Charlie Strong's Longhorns pulled off one of the biggest shockers of this season with a 24-17 win.
The other big upset this week came Thursday night when the No. 17 USC Trojans lost at home to the Washington Huskies. Along with the No. 25 Cal going down, the Pac-12 looks like a conference that may be unable to have a team in the College Football Playoff. Their best chance of doing so is through the undefeated Utah Utes after their 30-24 win over Cal on Saturday.
There's no debating this week's biggest loser though, as the Georgia Bulldogs not only blew a 21-point lead in their loss to Tennessee, but also may have lost Nick Chubb for the year in the process. That's why UGA isn't going to be ranked in any top-25 poll this week, and they may not make it back there this season.
Here's a look at the fully-updated Coaches Poll Top 25:
TOP 25 TEAMS, WEEK 7
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