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!
#7 Michigan also fell at home. They lost to intrastate rival Michigan State, which was unranked, but also has a good team.
#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.
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.
Rutgers made it through the week without a loss. Thank God for bye weeks.