Randy’s Look at Week Two in College Football
Number 1 Alabama didn’t play this week but they are preparing for a showdown with # 7 Texas A&M next Saturday (A&M handed the Tide their only loss last season).
Number 2 Oregon looked impressive beating Virginia 50-10, it doesn’t seem the Ducks have slowed down this year despite losing their Head Coach, Chip Kelly, to Philadelphia.
Number 3 Ohio State won 42-7 against lowly San Diego State but the Buckeyes haven’t lost a game since Urban Myers took over last year.
Clemson at Number 4 had no problem with South Carolina State, 52-13.
Stanford sitting at number 5 played their first game of the season beating San Jose State 34-13, Stanford held San Jose to only 35 yards rushing.
Number 6 South Carolina lost to Number 11 Georgia 41-30 making both teams 1 & 1 on the season.
Number 7 Texas A&M and Heisman winner Johnny Manziel beat Sam Houston State 65-26. Johnny Football only played three quarter in the game and next Saturday A&M takes on ‘Bama.
Louisville and Heisman Hopeful, QB Teddy Bridgewater, had no problem with Eastern Kentucky; the #8 Cardinals beat the Colonels 44-7.
Big upset of the day was Miami (unranked) beating #12 Florida 21-16, Miami’s defense came-up with 4 turnovers in their own territory, 3 led to scores.
Some other surprises from week 2 of college football:
Unranked Brigham Young beat #15 Texas, 40-21.
Number 17 Michigan beat #14 Notre Dame 41-30.
Wisconsin at #21, for the second week in row, had three 100 yard rushers and beat
Tennessee Tech 48-0.
Number 23 Baylor scored 70 points in a rout of Buffalo who only managed 13.
Number 25 USC lost to Washington State 10-7, the once high powered Trojan offense managed only 2.6 yards per pass attempt.