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Winners and Losers from Week 5 of College Football

The Week 5 slate of college football games was destined to be thrilling. It featured three Top 10 matchups in the same week for the first time since October 12, 2002, with the Washington-Stanford, Michigan-Wisconsin and Clemson-Louisville games certain to shake up the sport's upper echelon and continue forming the College Football Playoff picture. They lived up to the hype, with a change in the Pac-12 guard and a surprise Big Ten contender solidifying its credentials.
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