SMU’s shot at their first unbeaten season since 1982 came to an end on Saturday night in Memphis, as the Tigers held on to beat the Mustangs, 54-48. The prime-time matchup on ABC brought ESPN’s College GameDay to Memphis for the first time, and the matchup paid off — but ended up as a push, as the point spread was exactly six points in a lot of books. The top three teams in the nation (Alabama, LSU and Ohio State) were all idle for the first time in decades, and Georgia made a statement by beating Florida in the World’s Largest Cocktail Party. Out west, Oregon State thumped Arizona by 18, to give the Beavers a 4-4 record, more wins that they won in 2017 and 2018 combined. Don’t look now, but the Beavers are also 3-2 in conference play. Purdue spoiled Nebraska’s hopes at a shot at the Big Ten West title with a four-point win. What sort of shenanigans will ensue in College Football Week 11? Don’t miss our sports betting overview, along with the latest NCAAF odds.