It's November, so it's about time we started getting down to serious business. Oddly enough, some of the serious business involves a football game between Duke and UNC, which might end up deciding who wins the Coastal Division. I know what you're thinking: what kind of garbage universe could allow this to happen? I wish I had the answers.
Elsewhere, Florida State and Clemson meet in an Atlantic Division showdown; FSU is a double-digit underdog in an ACC game for the first time ever. Florida State has been very good, but this is Clemson's year, and I suspect they'll make no doubt about it this afternoon.
Alabama is up against LSU and Leonard Fournette; Fournette might not win the Heisman Trophy, but I don't think there's been a college football player more entertaining this season.
The Big 12 will get fascinating in this last month, beginning with TCU's game against Oklahoma State this afternoon. That league is always difficult to figure, but say this for 'em , they still have a true round-robin to sort things out. That's one thing conference expansion destroyed pretty much everywhere else, and that sucks.
Here's the schedule: