Believe it or not, there was other football played yesterday besides what we suffered through. A few observations from yesterday’s action:
- Is it possible to have three Upsets of teh Century in the same season?
- From “the more things change, the more they stay the same” department: after the first weekend in October, the two coaches in the SEC East in control of their destinies are Phil Fulmer and Steve Spurrier.
- I’m beginning to think that God loves Les Miles. Why, though, is a complete mystery to me.
- South Florida will be a top five team later on today. If things hold up, the Bulls will play Cincinnati for a BCS berth. Lots of folks saw that coming, right?
- It looks like somebody remembered to make sure Auburn got its wakeup call for an 11:30 AM game.
- I bet ESPN is just thrilled with its titanic Georgia-Vandy matchup for the bottom of the SEC East this week. It’ll serve us right if the WWL assigns Pam Ward to call the game.
- Yeah, there are still two undefeated teams in the Big 12. It’s just that they’re Kansas and Missouri.
- Notre Dame won with 140 yards of total offense, which means that Charlie Weis is a genius again. UCLA turned the ball over seven times, which means that Karl Dorrell is out of a job at season’s end.
And so it goes…