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SALT LAKE CITY — Week 14 featured conference championship games, and two of those games saw two-thirds of users incorrectly picking the winning team.
Georgia knocked off favorite Auburn to earn a spot in the playoff, while Ohio State beat Wisconsin, which ultimately resulted in the Big 10 being shut out of the playoff.
The other games saw the favorite win, with USC winning the Pac-12, Clemson winning the ACC and Oklahoma taking the Big 12 with another win this season over TCU.
This week's top two finishers are BYU fans Ross Huff and Bret Nielsen, with 214 and 208 points. Winning a tiebreaker for third place is Ute fan Matt Arnell with 204. Arnell earned 47 points for his prediction of Ohio State vs. Wisconsin.
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As far as the fanbases go, Utah and Utah State tied for first with 21.5 points per game, with BYU close behind at 20.7. Overall, Utah State remains at the top for the fourth straight week with 21.3 points, while Utah is second with 21 and BYU last at 20.3.
Below are the results from Week 14, including the updated leaderboard from the KSL Sports group. To play KSL College Football Pick'em, click HERE.