Week 3 NCAA Highs and Lows !
We’re already in week 3 of 14, and here are some highlights and some lowlights.
Ohio State and Michigan look great. Penn State looks solid. Maybe Minnesota can push for eight wins. After that, finding serious teams in this conference is rough.
The surprising Washington Huskies scored a combined 97 points against Portland State and Kent State but a battle with No. 11 Michigan State and the offensive numbers were no fluke. Transfer quarterback Michael Penix Jr. , throwing for 397 yards — hitting nine different receivers — and four touchdowns against a high-profile Big Ten opponent. Washington was one of the worst offenses in college football a year ago,
Another noted game was The No. 6 Oklahoma Sooners handed Nebraska Cornhuskers one of its darkest losses in program history with a 49-14 decision that wasn’t as close as the final score.
BYU disappointing 41-20 loss to No. 25 Oregom at Autzen Stadium. Oregon dismantlee BYU’s impressive front, rushing for 212 yards.
No. 1 Georgia Bull Dogs have been winning big and on Saturday they trounced South Carolina 48-7. Let’s see if they smash their opponent next week and stay on top of the rankings