College Football Havoc Rankings: Which Teams Have Advantages in Conference Championships?
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The 2023 season has hit Week 14, transitioning from Rivalry Week to Championship Week.
Havoc has played a large factor for the 20 teams vying for the chance to be conference champions.
Liberty will compete for the Conference USA crown, bringing the second-most disciplined offense in the nation. No offensive line has been more stable, as the Flames have allowed an FBS-low 32 tackles for loss.
The best Defensive Havoc team of the weekend will play in the ACC Championship game, as Florida State will rely on its aggressive defense to make the College Football Playoff. The Seminoles lead the nation in pass breakups, a critical factor in keeping opposing offenses from connecting on passing attempts.
The categories for Defensive Havoc include pass breakups, interceptions, forced fumbles and tackles for loss. Havoc Allowed is a statistic that counts the number of interruption plays to the offense, including interceptions, fumbles and tackles for loss allowed.
A number of teams playing in conference title games will have Defensive Havoc advantages, such as Louisville, Florida State and Alabama.
Here's a look at the current Havoc Rankings and the Week 14 head-to-head matchups: