Taking a broader view of College Football this week. Some of my favorite snaps from the last 24 hours (mostly) . . .
College Game Day signs are always a great way to start my Saturday.
I saw this one on the broadcast, but couldn't find a screen shot.
Say what you want about Johnny Football, but the kid sure is a great college football player.
Louisville beat Kentucky in a game that was closer than many expected. It was not quite the game it would be if this was basketball season, but the fans were still fired up.
Oklahoma State rolled under the cloud of an SI investigative report.
Rutgers retired Eric LeGrand's number 52 in an emotion-filled ceremony.
Some almost upsets this week.
Akron had Michigan on the ropes . . .
. . . but couldn't quite pull off the upset.
Notre Dame had to sweat before finally winning a game that was closer than it should have been at Purdue.
And Vandy came up a little short against the real USC.
It's always great to see the service academies play. Stanford held on against Army, but the student section at Army is second to none.
This was from last weekend, but I had to include it anyway. Miami celebrating a big win over Florida.
On the coaching front . . .
Ole Miss officially put Mack Brown on the clock.
I am fairly certain that after this year, college football fans will never again have to see Charlie Weiss. Losing to Rice should do the trick. Hang in there Kansas, basketball season is almost here.
But our (second) favorite coach rebounded against a tough opponent to hopefully save his job.
Famous Jameis is looking good early on. They made Nevada look worse than we did.
The Pac-12 more than held it's own against the B1G and the SEC, going 4-1.
ASU beat (did they?) Wisconsin in a great game that ended badly.
I wouldn't want to be an official from that game and run into this guy afterward. . .
Washington beat Illinois in Chicago. Are the Huskies back, or will Sark revert to form?
Only Cal stumbled against the B1G and tOSU.
Oregon proved that it's neon was better than Tennessee's neon.
And finally, most importantly, our boys persevered under tough conditions.
I thought we had them this year, Coach. I really did. It's like they flipped a switch or something. . .