A look at NFL prospects who helped themselves this past weekend and a few who might have hurt themselves.
Ohio State overcame sluggish play and turnovers from quarterback Braxton Miller thanks to running back Carlos Hyde, who's eager to overcome his past mistakes.
Braxton Miller comes back and reminds the nation why he was a preseason Heisman favorite in beating Wisconsin and extending Ohio State's winning streak to 17.
Can Ole Miss pull off a shocker in Tuscaloosa? Will UCF ambush South Carolina? Can Wisconsin run past Ohio State? We'll find out in a Week 5 brimming with big games.
Dodd: Cam Cameron hasn't merely resurfaced, he has thrived, getting big production out of Zach Mettenberger and a long-dormant LSU offense.
Now that conference play begins in earnest around the country, some bigger games are on the Week 5 college football schedule.
Put the best team together you can by reading Chris Morgan's Week 5 edition of Start 'Em and Sit 'Em.
Saban-metrics Fowler: Urban has been our No. 1 Saban chaser all season, but will he get his own come-uppance against fired-up Wisconsin? And will Les's Tigers survive a Dawg fight Between the Hedges?
Braxton Miller has been cleared to play after missing the past two games with a knee injury. Urban Meyer said Miller is 90 percent healthy.
Ohio State, Louisville, Baylor and Miami all scored at least 70 points, while a handful of other teams were involved in blowouts of 40 or more points.

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