College football held midterm exams this weekend and the grades have now been posted.
Alabama remains firmly at the head of the class but, after that, the bell curve gets a bit wiggly.
Among the Associated Press poll top 10, Clemson and Louisville seemed beatable. Wisconsin and Tennessee were beatable. Even Ohio State showed weaknesses in a marquee Saturday night victory.
“We’re good,” Coach Urban Meyer said. “Just got to get a little better.”
If nothing else, the first half of the season has confirmed that the race for the College Football Playoff is a wide-open affair, with half a dozen or more teams capable of grabbing a...