Some of the best matchups of Week 3 didn't live up to expectations as they quickly devolved into blowouts. Other games felt like seesaws, fluctuating back and forth faster than a viewer could update the score on their phone! At the end of the day, four teams will make the college Football playoff - here are the four teams that currently have the best chance of qualifying.

1. Alabama Crimson Tide

For a while, it felt as if the curse of the Ole Miss Rebels was going to continue its stranglehold on Alabama; the Crimson Tide had suffered defeat at Rebel hands in their past two meets. Ole Miss jumped out to a 24-3 lead before Alabama battled all the way back and took a commanding lead, which suddenly didn't feel as commanding when Ole Miss recovered an onside kick and cut the deficit to a one-score game.

Alabama held on to win 48-43 to improve to 3-0. They host Kent State next Saturday.

2. Louisville Cardinals

Not even the greatest psychic in human history could've seen this coming. Sophomore quarterback Lamar Jackson cemented his position as the Heisman Trophy favorite by scoring five touchdowns en route to a 63-20 shellacking of the once-formidable Florida State Seminoles. The hype train surrounding Jackson for the rest of the season will be insane, but if he can keep his cool, he can lead his team to a championship. The Cardinals travel to Marshall next weekend.

3. Ohio State Buckeyes

If there was any question about how this young team would handle a "real" opponent, those questions were answered with a fairly convincing win over the Oklahoma Sooners on their turf.

Noah Brown may have carved out a spot on the Heisman Trophy shortlist with four touchdown grabs, including one where he reached around his defender and pinned it to his back while they fell to the ground. Ohio State is off in Week 4.

4. Clemson Tigers

After two relatively weak performances, Clemson turned it on in Week 3 to rout FCS school South Carolina State, 59-0.

The carnage was so bad that the teams agreed to shorten the second half by six minutes. Eventually, Clemson and Louisville will face off in a knockout game. Next week, though, Clemson will play at Georgia Tech in a Thursday night game.

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