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2018 Schedule
10-0, 1st in ACC - Atlantic

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Assume Clemson, Michigan, Oklahoma and Georgia all win out, Alabama finishes 12-1 and Notre Dame finishes 11-1. In that scenario, Playoff Predictor makes Clemson and Georgia virtual locks and considers Michigan very likely to get in. The decision for the last spot would be almost a toss-up between Oklahoma and Alabama, but our model thinks the committee is more likely to select the Sooners, by a hair. Notre Dame would be the least likely of the six to get in.

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Northwestern ranked in AP Top 25 poll after win

The day after earning a spot in the Big Ten championship game, Northwestern is ranked in The Associated Press college football poll for the first time this season.

Clemson cruises to 4th-straight ACC title game berth (1:00)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence has watched highlights of No. 1 Alabama, saying, "They're a great team every year. They're really good, really well-coached, athletes everywhere." Does Lawrence want to play Bama? "Yeah, we'd love to. We'll play whoever comes in front of us."

0:15

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence on handling the cold conditions at Boston College. The freshman completed 29 of 40 passes for 295 yards with a touchdown and an interception.

1:05

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson coach and weatherman Dabo Swinney on how the cold didn't impact his team or his quarterback as much as many thought.

Clemson handles BC, clinches ACC Atlantic (2:06)
0:22

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson defensive lineman Christian Wilkins on what went into the defense's success against Boston College.

0:56

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

"Are we doing a commercial here?" Clemson coach Dabo Swinney asks defensive lineman Christian Wilkins as they eat chips together after a 27-7 win over Boston College.

Dabo on eating chips with Wilkins: 'Are we doing a commercial?' (0:56)
1:34

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney credits Boston College's defense and praises his freshman QB Trevor Lawrence for handling a tough environment.

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2dESPN staff

College Football Playoff picks after Week 11

This week's top four is unanimous, from No. 1 Alabama to No. 4 Michigan. But if history has taught us anything, chaos is right around the corner.

0:21

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson players greet fans after their 27-7 win over No. 17 Boston College. The Tigers out-gained the Eagles 424-113 and had 19 first downs to just 8 for BC.

0:22

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney salutes the Tiger fans who made the trip to cold Boston. His team is now 10-0.

Dabo 'thankful' to clinch another division title (2:10)
Rodgers evades tacklers on punt return TD (0:48)
Lawrence waltzes in for TD on keeper (0:32)
Clemson on top of Boston College at the half (1:37)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

A strange first half in Chestnut Hill ends with Clemson leading 13-7. The Tigers have out-gained Boston College 260-24 and run 18 more plays than the Eagles. But an aggressive and stingy BC defense has limited damage. The Eagles now must find something that works on offense with QB Anthony Brown out and RB AJ Dillon ineffective (8 carries, 27 yards). Clemson starting left tackle Mitch Hyatt left the game late in the first half with an unknown injury.

Boston College recovers controversial muffed punt (0:58)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston College needs to find something soon on offense, but its defense has been very solid so far in limiting damage. Clemson has 212 yards behind efficient QB Trevor Lawrence, but it has struggled in the red zone and in short-yardage situations (50 rush yards on 14 carries). Linebackers Connor Strachan and Max Richardson have been especially active.

Brown leaves game after taking hard hit (0:46)

Team Stats

Passing Yards274.928th
Rushing Yards251.712th
Points For45.75th
Points Against12.7Tied-1st