College Football Recap: Week 6

My college football Saturday got off to a rough start yesterday. My cable was out until about 1:30 leaving me no choice but to stream games on my phone (RIP to my data). However, I persevered over adversity and did not let anything stop me from missing a second of action. So without further ado, here is the Week 6 recap:

#9 Tennessee: 35 Β 

#8 Texas A&M: 48

Tennessee now has more losses than Josh Dobbs has eyebrows.

Tennessee lost this game, Texas A&M didn’t win. Vols fans should be content with a double OT loss after turning the ball over 7 times. A&M running back Trayveon Williams had an impressive 217 rush yards and a TD in the Aggies win. Things are looking great in College Station:

Texas: 40 Β 

#20 Oklahoma: 45

The Red River Rivalry is a classic and I’m sure Charlie Strong will enjoy watching it from his couch next season. The second half turned into a shootout and Texas came out firing with a 63 yard bomb from Buchele to Leonard:

OU wide receiver Dede (TeDe) Westbrook has one of theΒ best names in college football. He also went off yesterday with 10 receptions for 232 yards and 3 TD’s, here’s my favorite of the three #HornsDown:

#6 Houston: 40 Β 

Navy: 46

Houston most likely blew its chances at a playoff spot with this loss. They’ll still come to the dark side and join the Big 12 next season. It’s nice to see Navy get a big win like this. Head coach Ken Niumatalolo was a tad bit excited:

This Houston player was not thrilled to be surrounded by Seamen:

#17 North Carolina: 3 Β 

#25 Virginia Tech: 34

UNC upset Florida State last week, then gets blown out at home by Virginia Tech. Ya win some and ya lose some. This game was played in the middle of Hurricane Matthew, but these fans didn’t let that stop them:

I think Virginia Tech has the best shot at winning the ACC Coastal and really the only other team who will give Clemson a game.

#23 Florida State: 20 Β 

#10 Miami: 19

Miami’s new $425 million stadium is NICE, what better way to break it in than showering the field with beer cans?

The fans had a right to be upset after a bogus targeting call. Miami drove down the field and scored with just under 2 minutes remaining, seemingly tying the game. However, the ‘Noles blocked the extra point leading to a very anticlimatic ending.

Around the NCAA:

#4 Michigan murdered Rutgers Β 78-0, who thought it was a good idea to let Rutgers in the Big 10??? Also, Jabrill Peppers is a magician:

NC State beat Notre Dame 10-3. Hurricane Matthew turned the field into a swimming pool

Penn State kick Joey Julius seems to have a bounty on his head.

Key games next week:

Tennessee vs Bama

Ole Miss vs Arkansas

Ohio State Vs Wisconsin



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