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Winners and Losers from Week 10 in College Football

Joe Robbins/Getty ImagesDespite all the attention on Kentucky star running back Benny Snell Jr. and future first-round pass-rusher Josh Allen, the Wildcats had to play a huge game against Georgia on Saturday.

The fourth quarter saw a collapse from Fisher's team, which looks like it's destined to follow the pattern of the Kevin Sumlin years (2012-2017) where the Aggies started the season strong but then wilted.

Ed Zurga/Getty ImagesIowa State Cyclones receiver Hakeem Butler came into Saturday's game against Kansas second nationally in yards per catch behind Alabama's deep-strike threat, Jerry Jeudy.

Sam Greenwood/Getty ImagesThe talk around Gainesville, Florida, this week will rightfully surround quarterback Kyle Trask, who provided a glimmer of an offensive spark after coach Dan Mullen yanked an ineffective Feleipe Franks in a surprising 38-17 loss to Missouri.

Though McKie needs to add weight, he has been firmly in the rotation for coach Rod Carey's Huskies, and he made some massive plays Thursday to keep NIU's MAC record spotless.

Michael Hickey/Getty ImagesJust a couple of weeks ago, the Iowa Hawkeyes defense was playing as well as anybody's, and it looked like they were one of the nation's most surprising teams and on the fringe of the College Football Playoff conversation.

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