Of the good match-ups the Ducks are looking solid. Miami tested Florida but lost a close one. Iowa St was really tested by the unranked INU...................Most of the other games were warm ups for the ranked teams.
Tennessee unranked maybe for good reason.
Better check your spelling college boys. Lol.
"Collage is a technique of an art production, primarily used in the visual arts, where the artwork is made from an assemblage of different forms, thus creating a new whole."
It could be said that college football is a collage. Tennessee is still working on that "creating a new whole" thing.
Right again. Sorry for ruining you are thread then. Ha. Ha. Southern guys huh? Canadian/American here. Only fluent in proper English, Northern American English and Bureaucraese.....oops and broken québécois (dialect of French) to partially understand what my wife is calling me.
No luv for the Quack attack being a Husky, but still, living in Pac-12 Territory, tired of the Pac-12 taking it on the Chin year after year by the SEC, Big Ten, etc, etc.
At least the egg-heads @ Stanford schooled Northwestern, but USC, even though down there starting quarterback for the second half, didn't exactly throttle Coach Tedford [ a great quarterback coach, e.g. Aaron Rodgers ] and the Red Wave of Fresno State.
Wonder how much $, USC will offer Urban Meyer???
I love college football Saturdays. That Auburn / Oregon game was great. The Tennessee / Georgia State was very good and entertaining as Ryan Leaf and Peyton Manning had fun towards the end with Peyton saying that Ryan wasn't going to be allowed to announce Tennessee games in the future. Ryan was point on about the lack of effort (sorry Capital) from the Tennessee players.
The trouble is that the impact of the Auburn / Oregon game is the tendency of colleges to create weak schedules so teams have better chance to go undefeated deep into their schedule. I AM tired of the same 4-5 teams in the College Playoffs and tired that Clemson weak schedule. Here's the listing for strength of schedule - (51) Kentucky, (52) Boston College, (53) Notre Dame, (54) Wake Forest, (55) Utah, (56) Cincinnati, (57) Oklahoma State, (58) Utah State, (59) Nebraska, (60) Arizona State, (61) Washington State, (62) Baylor, (63) Rice, (64) Houston, (65) Tulsa, (66) Clemson, (67) Tulane, (68) Syracuse, (69) Miami (FL), (70) Hawaii, (71) Navy, (72) SMU, (73) UTSA, (74) NC State, (75) Virginia. Why the ACC is considered a top conference is beyond me.
Looking forward to more entertaining Saturdays.
So if both Boise State and Clemson go undefeated, then Boise State should be ranked higher because of their strength of schedule. Clemson has a cream puff schedule.
Those voting will have their favorites, astro. Rather sad, but they look at on revenue.
Conspiracy theories aside, Clemson is a member of the ACC, a Power Five conference, while Boise State is a member of the Mtn West. If they both go undefeated, they will be their respective conference champs.
The CFB powers that be ALWAYS emphasize that conference championships count a LOT behind their closed doors, and an ACC Title FAR outweighs a Mtn West Title.