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Winners and Losers from Week 7 of College Football

Week 7 of the 2016 college football season shaped up as a fascinating one on paper. With a pair of Top 10 matchups, it had the potential to shake up the College Football Playoff picture as well as the Top 25 polls. And while those games took the spotlight, as always, other matchups came seemingly out of nowhere to capture our attention. A pair of ACC powers were pushed hard by lesser foes, and an SEC East coach under fire got a huge victory.
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