Week 5 College Football Thread

Christopher Walsh

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So Missouri can’t tackle and Arkansas wasn’t quite ready to try and face Georgia. Maybe some of the other early games will be decent.
 

Christopher Walsh

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The big stage is always a little different, and Arkansas was coming off a big Texas A&M game away from hime. There was just no way this was going to go well for the Razorbacks.
 

Christopher Walsh

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I keep looking at Georgia's schedule and seeing just one game between now and the SEC Championship game, Florida at the end of the month. Unless some team like Auburn or Kentucky can shock the Bulldogs, I'm ready to pencil them in for the CFP.
 

Christopher Walsh

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Oklahoma survived.

Stanford scored with no time left (following penalty) to send the game with No. 3 Oregon into OT.
 

Christopher Walsh

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Final: Stanford 31, Oregon 24

Dans rushing the field ... of course ...

So No. 3, No 8 and No. 9 all lost. No. 6 Oklahoma didn't look good again during 37-31 won over Kansas State. No. 10 Florida only up 10-7 on Kentucky.

No. 4 Penn State hosting Indiana tonight. It's another White Out.
 
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Christopher Walsh

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Auburn scores late against LSU to go ahead 24-19 with 3:11 remaining.

Honestly, I don't know which team Alabama should be rooting for. I have a lot of respect for LSU's talent, but another loss might inch the program toward the team losing its focus the rest of the way.
 

Christopher Walsh

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Late-night upset, Hawai'i knocked off No. 18 Fresno State, 27-24.

Incidentally, they're playing home games on campus at the Clarence T.C. Ching Athletics Complex. Normally I'd say it's kind of weird, but not so much during a pandemic.
 
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