College Football Roll Up Week 4

Sooners survive scrappy Mountaineers. They never led until the last second field goal. Offensive line play MUST improve for the Sooners to be competitive moving forward.

Arkansas smokes Texas A&M at Jerry World. The Razorbacks have now taken down two to 25 teams.

Is Georgia next?

Kansas State Disappoints on the road in round one of Big 12 play. Is Howard the answer at QB?

Michigan edges Rutgers. QB play must improve.

Clemson is mortal. Will be outside of the top 10 for the first time in a long time.
Hurricanes blow out CCSU…. who?
Army wins again!

UCLA defeats a tough Stanford team. Chip Kelly is back to winning!

Texas scores 70 but allows 35. Sounds like a March Madness score…

Vanderbilt should consider reclassifying to the FCS.

Oregon out paces Arizona late but it was an interesting game for a while there.

Air Force flies high and embarrasses FAU.

Irish upset the Badgers even though they were the higher ranked team.

Coastal Carolina blasts UMASS.

Florida State loses at home to Louisville and drop to 0-4. Norvell is in trouble.

Baylor surprises Cyclones in another upset in this upset riddled season.

Wake Forest making more believers with yet another Friday night baptism.

Spartans survives Cornhuskers. Frost close but no cigar yet again.

Virginia Tech rebounds from last week’s loss. Their prize? Notre Dame next week.

USC suffers big loss in interim head coach Coliseum debut.

Georgia Tech destroys UNC. Another college football upset. This wasn’t just an upset though. 45 to 22 is a beat down. The ACC is in trouble and cannibalizing itself.

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