College Football Week 6 is in the books & here’s what I learned
Posted by Thomas the Terrible on October 5, 2008
Let’s be honest for the most part yesterday was an exciting & entertaining crappy day of college football.
As always I’ll have a full review of the Tennessee game tomorrow after I watch a tape of the game today. For the most part the death clock continues to toll for Philopotamus.
Pittsburgh is still alive in the Big Least and shot down South Florida which I was glad to see.
Duke was on a roll until they met another team from a “smart school” that was also a buzz saw name Georgia Tech.
Michigan State continues to quietly win while Iowa continues to quietly suck.
Has anyone noticed that Minnesota is 5-1?
Right now Penn State is the most underrated top 10 team in the country.
I asked this question on a message board this week it is worth asking again. Should Arkansas be considered a Div. 2-A school this season? I bet Atlanta doesn’t look so bad to Bobby P. now huh?
Kansas, remember them? Well they almost were victims of an upset yesterday.
Oklahoma didn’t have any trouble winning their first game as the #1 in the country.
Virginia Tech is suddenly the team to beat in the ACC.
Notre Dame is 4-1 and almost lost to Stanford. With their weak schedule why aren’t they in the top 5? (Sarcasm people catch the fever!)
The Fighting Zookers of Illinois reinserts themselves in to the Big 10.
Wisconsin is on the fail slide.
Texas Tech is 5-0 and it looks like their offense has awaked.
I hate F$U but they are 4-1 and their game with Miami was a classic.
UCONN is the latest Big East failure.
America’s coach Mike Gundy has Oklahoma State at 5-0. He’s a man he’s 40! By God.
Holy shit just when you think Maryland is coming back and Virginia is dead. Virginia dismantles Maryland big time.
Arizona is 4-1 look for them to be ranked later today.
Oregon you picked a bad time to play SoCal.
Missouri might be the best team in the country right now and Chase is clearly the Heisman leader.
Wow Hawaii beat Fresno State…wow.
Vanderbilt upends Auburn at home which worries the hell out of me.
South Carolina’s offense finally shows life and Garcia still isn’t a starter, maybe he should key another professor’s car to get a little attention.
While Bama might have won yesterday the fact that Kentucky has the #1 scoring defense in the nation is no fluke.