The 2017 college football regular season is basically over.
Aside from Florida's State game against Louisiana-Monroe next week and Army-Navy in two weeks, the 2017 college football regular season is over. Let's take a look at how it all shook out.
Here are the standings, via ESPN, for the five major college football conferences. The only likely change? If Florida State beats ULM, it'll finish 6-6 and therefore be bowl eligible.
The ACC finished with nine bowl eligible teams - Clemson, NC State, Wake Forest, Boston College, Louisville, Miami, Virginia Tech, Virginia and Duke - 10 if you assume Florida State wins next week.
The Big 12 finished with eight bowl eligible teams - Oklahoma, TCU, Oklahoma State, Texas, West Virginia, Kansas State, Iowa State and Texas Tech.
The Big Ten finished with eight bowl eligible teams - Ohio State, Penn State, Michigan State, Michigan, Wisconsin, Northwestern, Purdue and Iowa.
The Pac-12 finished with nine bowl eligible teams - Stanford, Washington, Washington State, Oregon, USC, Arizona State, Arizona, UCLA and Utah.
The SEC finished with nine bowl eligible teams - Georgia, South Carolina, Kentucky, Missouri, Auburn, Alabama, LSU, Mississippi State and Texas A&M. Ole Miss is banned.
Conference title games begin Friday night.