Irish defeated, Hoke unbeaten in the Big House:

After a close 1st quarter, the Wolverines blew it open before the end of the half and had the fighting Irish on the ropes.

The U drops the Gators in Miami, big score for the ACC

Miami welcomed Florida and took a lead early. A late score capped the game for the Canes. It was a game about Miami’s defense holding and who could make fewer mistakes. This game was a punt-fest, but the five turnovers created by the defense sealed the deal for Miami’s biggest victory in years.

BYU embarrasses Longhorns defense

The Cougars of BYU posted 679 yards of offense against Texas. 550 of those yards were on the ground, which is the most Texas has ever given up to any team.  Running back Taysom Hill accounted for 259 of those yards, with three touchdowns to boot. If Texas can’t things out, we can assume Mack Brown will be looking for a new job for 2014. Great job to BYU.

Bulldogs outlast Gamecocks

Georgia was able to clear their heads and get things together after the disappointing defeat last week. Gamecocks qb Conner Shaw completed two touchdown passes in the second quarter to tie the game going into half time, but the second half was all Bulldogs. Aaron Murray connected for four td passes and helped us remember why he was a Heisman candidate last year. With that win, Bulldogs should crack the top 10, but I can’t imagine the Gamecocks dropping out of the top 15.

USC hear’s “Fire Kiffin” chants in 10-7 loss to Washington State

The pride of the Pac-12 has hit a low as Trojan fans boo the coach in a wholly unremarkable performance at the Coliseum.

Wisconsin shuts out Tennessee Tech

This is still college “preseason” but the Badgers shut out another opponent at Camp Randall Stadium.

MSU’s defense sneaks away with another victory

The Spartan offense owes the Shilique Calhoun a drink, when he turns 21…  Calhoun outscores the Spartan offense 14-7 in the 21-6 victory over Florida Atlantic. If the Spartan’s can’t find any offense, they are in for a long season.

Conference Win/Loss Records

AAC (former Big East): 9-9

ACC: 18-7

Big12: 13-5

Big Ten: 21-3

Pac-12: 16-4

SEC: 21-6