>>College Football Playoff Top-25 Poll
For the third-straight week there is change in college football's final four. The College Football Playoff selection committee released its third edition of the rankings this season. Auburn drops from third to ninth following its loss to Texas A&M. TCU slides into the top-four, while Oregon moves up from fourth-to-second, Florida State falls one spot to third and Mississippi State remains steady at number-one. Alabama, Arizona State, Baylor, Ohio State, Auburn and Ole Miss round out the top 10. After losses, Michigan State falls from seventh to 12th and Kansas State from eighth to 13th. UCLA jumps seven spots to 11th. The semifinal matchups will be announced on Sunday, December 7th. The semifinals will be played on January 1st at the Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl. The National Championship Game will take place January 12th at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
>>FSU's Winston's Conduct Hearing Delayed
Florida State is delaying the code of conduct hearing for quarterback Jameis Winston's sexual assault allegations. The "Orlando Sentinel" reports the hearing originally set for next Monday will be pushed back to December 1st. Winston is facing as many as four code of conduct policy violations. A former FSU student accused Winston of raping her in December 2012, but the Florida state attorney's office chose not to pursue criminal charges against him following an investigation last December.
>>Georgia Reinstates RB Gurley
Georgia Bulldogs running back Todd Gurley is reinstated after a four-game suspension. He is on track to play in Saturday's game against Auburn. Gurley was suspended for accepting money in exchange for signing memorabilia. He was an early Heisman Trophy candidate, rushing for 773 yards and eight touchdowns before being suspended.