Sunday, October 08, 2017

NCAAF College Football Scores - Week 6

NCAAF College Football Scores - Week 6

This week's results will create some movement in the rankings.

#3 Oklahoma surrendered a 24-10 lead at home and fell to unheralded Iowa State. How unlikely was that? According to ESPN, AP top-three teams had been 207-0 since 2004 in games in which they led by at least 14 points at home.

So now it's 207-1.

That's just a huge upset. Sagarin's various predictors (he now uses five different methods) showed Oklahoma to be favored by 21-33 points. Vegas had them by 31! And it happened despite the fact that ISU used their back-up QB, who had previously thrown only two passes in his college career!

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#7 Michigan also fell at home. They lost to intrastate rival Michigan State, which was unranked, but also has a good team.

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#25 UCF continued to be totally unbelievable. They scored 51 in a game that was shortened by t-storms. They scored every single time they had the ball. They have now out-scored their opposition 190-63.

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At this pace, Washington and Washington State are headed for the game of the year. They are both 6-0, and will both be in the top ten in the new rankings this week. They do not meet until the final game of the year.

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Rutgers made it through the week without a loss. Thank God for bye weeks.

1 comment:

  1. This is going to create a big shake-up in the BCS. They might as well keep using the BCS, because the 'playoff' is a joke!

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