College Football Score
September 5, 2011 by staff
College Football Score, We do not hide our displeasure in the late evening opening college football games. With explosions and pastries abound, was not fun. But since that first night of college football action built to a crescendo, beginning with Baylor and TCU game filled with ham and ending with Saturday’s slate with all the schadenfreude. This is what college is about football.
Storms hit the Midwest and filtering terrible football in South Bend. This should not be a surprise, we go through this every year. Return to the glory of Notre Dame boasted during the crime, and, inevitably, anti-Irish faceplant. Christmas came early this year and Skip Holtz played the role of Santa. The irony here is almost too much.
Congratulations to Auburn for the need for two touchdowns with an onside kick late in the half to beat Utah State. Judging by the reaction of the fans, this victory was as large as the BCS championship. War Damn weak.
Les Miles is still a genius disguised as a madman, and we are grateful. Without Jordan Jefferson and Russell Shepard, Tiger’s driving Oregon to open the season, closing LaMichael James en route to a 40-27 victory. And then Les Miles acknowledged the misspelled Geaux room.
In the other match of the night, Boise State waltzed at the Georgia Dome High stepped back with a 35-21 victory. This is the creation of the inevitable loss of Nevada, is not it?
But none of these games approached the level of hilarity provided by the Oregon State Beavers. A loss of Sacramento State? Way to represent the Pac-12, children.
And now the rest of the story.
Northwestern 24, Boston College 17. This game was as bad as it seems.
Missouri 17, Miami (OH) 6. Mizzou Kentucky will be one hell of an SEC showdown next year.
Ohio State 42, Akron 0. Luke Fickell era begins and LeBron James cries silently somewhere.
Penn State 41, Indiana State 7. Nitany Lions host the kickoff and it was almost as exciting as it got.
Iowa 34, Tennessee Tech 7. Played in the middle of the apocalypse.
[Censored] 27, Middle Tennessee State 24. You will get your name back when you can convincingly beat an inferior opponent. Just kidding, never recovered.
Alabama 48, Kent State 7. / Look at Auburn
Virginia Tech 66, Appalachian State 13. After last year, and certain victory in Casa Grande years ago, this seemed like a trap. Not so!
USC 19, Minnesota 17. The good news is that Lane Kiffin was two much.
Florida State 34, Louisiana-Monroe 0. Only now realize that there are one hundred eleven billion Louisiana schools.
Michigan 34, Western Michigan 10. If this game was not called for rain, Western Michigan completely I’ve had.
North Carolina 42, James Madison 10. This will be canceled for any reason other in a few years. Congratulations in advance, JMU.
Nebraska 40, Chattanooga 7. Bo Pellini freshman sacrificed to remind his team what happens when you score Chattanooga.
Clemson 43, Troy 19. Troy was winning at halftime before the Tigre shared some of his special sauce Clemson.
Houston 38, UCLA 34. It will be very sad when Rick Neuheisel was fired. Maybe I can get into pick-em contest for money and speed up this process.
BYU 14, Ole Miss 13. This was for all riders.
Stanford 57, San Jose State 3. Andrew lucky just give the Heisman. This was all I needed to see.
Washington State 64, Idaho State 21. I mention this for two reasons: I am an alumnus of Washington State and the Cougars scored the third most points this week. Lobster, raining frogs, and all that fun stuff.
Tennessee 42, Montana 16. Derek Dooley Hair: impeccable as always.
Arkansas 51, Missouri 7. Thank goodness. I think this win will Houston Nutt of the firing line in Arkansas.
California 36, ??Fresno State 21. One of the biggest wins in the Pac-12 this week.
Florida 41, Florida Atlantic 3. The installation of the Weis offense, with one side of the pen, was a success.
Iowa State 20, Northern Iowa 19. When Iowa State gets left out of the extravagance of adjustment, you’ll know why.
Richmond 23, Duke 21. Cinderella is still dancing about five months later.
Oklahoma State 61, Louisiana-Lafayette 34. One of the best Pac-16 wins the day. Welcome, Cowboys!
Washington 30, Eastern Washington 27. This quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell threw the ball 69 times, completing 39 for 473 yards. Taiwan guess the Eagles lose Jones or something.
Ball State 27, Indiana 20. What in the world is this, do not know.
Cincinnati 72, we Peay 10. We just wanted to use Peay, that’s all.
Kansas State 10, Eastern Kentucky 7. When Kansas State was left out of the extravagance of adjustment, you’ll know why.
South Carolina 56, East Carolina 37. In addition to Esteban Garcia / less went through the roof.
Texas Tech 50, Texas State 10. This game was 10-9 in favor of the State of Texas in the middle. Just let that sink in.
Oklahoma 47, Tulsa 14. Worked through the distractions of expanding the conference to maintain a stranglehold on the No. 1 position.
Texas 34, Rice 9. If a match is played in the Longhorn network, and nobody can see it, does it really happen?
UTEP 31, Stony Brook 24 of the Old Testament. I am upset that, UTEP.
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