Another Saturday in the fall means one thing, college football! Baseball playoffs and EPL soccer too, but we'll keep it to college football I guess.
The noon matchups saw some impressive performances around the country......
- Michigan State's defense looked stout in beating rival Michigan 28-14. The Spartans have now won four straight games in the series for the first time since 1959-1962.
- Wisconsin, in beating Indiana 59-7, covered the biggest conference spread since USC v Stanford in 2005.
- Texas A&M broke free in what was a close game for awhile to beat Baylor 55-28. Someone will have to convince me that Robert Griffin III has a future in the NFL, because I don't see it.
- South Carolina won a tough battle in Starkville over Mississippi State 14-12. Marcus Lattimore left the game with an injury and was using a crutch to walk the sidelines.
- Temple notched its second consecutive shutout in beating Buffalo 34-0. Maybe the Big East should throw an invite their way.
- Penn State quietly moved to 6-1 in not very convincing fashion, beating Purdue 23-18.
Arizona State at Oregon, Virginia Tech at Wake Forest, Yale at Lafayette, and Kansas State at Texas Tech headline the late games.