With the success of my very first college football video weekend recap last Sunday, it only made sense to bring back a second edition, following Week 2 of the season yesterday. There were a lot of fun games, and as there is every Sunday, plenty to talk about.
So what’s in store for the second edition of the video recap? Well today, I talk about impressive wins for Florida, Georgia and Mississippi State, and why LSU’s physicality against Washington made me a believe that they’re still the National Championship favorites. I continued by discussing a signature win for Jim Mora at UCLA, and why the Bruins cross-town rivals USC shouldn’t be concerned about a sloppy performance in the Meadowlands. In addition, why, even in defeat, Texas A&M fans should be excited about what’s ahead for their team.
Switching gears, there is also plenty on Arkansas’ epic loss to Louisana-Monroe, and why if you’re an Arkansas fan, there seems to be little hope going forward. Also, what’s wrong with Wisconsin, will Auburn figure things out in time to make a bowl game, and is Ohio State good, or have the Buckeyes just taken advantage of a soft early schedule?
Finally I wrap up by quickly discussing the big Week 3 games, including Tennessee-Florida, Alabama-Arkansas and why Michigan State-Notre Dame could be a turning point for both program’s seasons.
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do the beavers not get ANY credit for their win? you don't just hold montee ball and co. to 65 rushing yards by accident. you don't just luck into 58 minutes of shutout defense. i'm not arguing with the notion that wisconsin is worse than it was last year i think it's totally unfair to pretend like this is the exact same team that went 3-9 last year. osu actually left quite a few points on the board (wisconsin is lucky to have lost by only 3). their defense (especially the front seven), which leaned HEAVILY on some really really last year, appears to have grown up a bit, and the sky is the limit as far as sean mannion's potential goes. i'm not saying the beavers are going to make a return to their dennis erickson glory days, but it bothers me that so few people want to completely dismiss this as a fluke win for oregon state.