November 28: MNF Ravens vs. Texans highlights, College Football Playoff predictions, and what Florida Gators new HC Dan Mullen said to the team!

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In today's episode of Quick Hitters, host Jordan Giorgio recaps Monday Night Football's matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and Houston Texans. The Ravens aren’t exactly the most exciting team, but they know how to pull out wins. With 2:30 left to play Texans looking to make something happen, Tom Savage throws down the middle and its intercepted by Anthony Levine. The Ravens defense, as usual came through in the end to win it over the Texans 23-16. Now 6-5, Baltimore holds the No. 6 spot in the AFC playoff race. In College Football, the real playoff rankings will be released at 7 p.m. ET tonight. The latest playoff predictions from Chat Sports are, Clemson is the new No. one after both Alabama and Miami lost conference road games this weekend. Oklahoma is No. 2, followed by Wisconsin and the Auburn Tigers, who scored their second win over a top-ranked team by taking down the Crimson Tide, who dropped down to No. 5. Georgia sits at No. 6 followed by Miami who falls to 7 and to round out the Top 10 is Ohio State, Penn State and USC. Former Mississippi State's head coach Dan Mullen was introduced today as the new head coach of the Florida Gators yesterday. He touched down in Gainesville for his media press conference before his meeting with his new team. Tune into today's episode to find out an inclusive of what Mullen said to his new team! Follow Chat Sports on Facebook and watch Quick Hitters Live at We go live Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 2pm ET; Tuesday and Thursday 11am ET! Jordan can be found on Twitter: & Instagram: Download the Chat Sports app for iPhone or Android to follow sports news, rumors, and scores: Follow Chat Sports on social media:

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