Notre Dame, Kansas State and FSU are real. Oklahoma is not. And there is probably more questions about LSU than there was before. Clemson put up a nice effort, but in the end, Florida's offense was too much. And enough with the big games being played at night. A nice mid afternoon game can get ratings too.
The Wee Baby Sheamus.Twitter: @realjoecarfley its a bit more toned down there. A bit.
Yeah the scheduling this week sucked. Too many games, and I wasn't about to change the channel from FSU so I missed a lot.
But man what a game that was. Clemson pulled every trick play they could think of and eventually the FSU defense got control and just wore them down. As for the offense...haven't seen them run the ball this well in a long, long time. Thompson and Wilder are fun.
Notre Dame can play defense, that's for sure. Offense has a lot of issues. Be interesting to see how their season plays out. Oregon's impressing everyone again by getting blowout wins, but they just have this Oklahoma feel to me. For years the Sooners trashed everyone until they came up against a great D and they crumbled. I don't know that Oregon will do that, I just don't have faith the can win out yet.
Starting to wonder if South Carolina can challenge Bama this year. They look improved to me.
Originally posted by wmatisticOregon's impressing everyone again by getting blowout wins, but they just have this Oklahoma feel to me. For years the Sooners trashed everyone until they came up against a great D and they crumbled. I don't know that Oregon will do that, I just don't have faith the can win out yet.
All they have left are Pac-12 teams. Not a "great D" in the bunch, I'd say. (Also, I hope the Ducks lose. A bunch of times.)
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