Monday, November 3, 2008

What We Learned Week Ten

What another crazy weekend in college football! Just when you think you have everything figured out Michael Crabtree went and turned the college football world upside down with the most electrifying plays of the year.

While America is having a hard time figuring out who is the best team in college football after Crab's last second stunt, there are some things we learned this weekend in college football.

It seems that USC bores easily when preparing for a 46 point conference underdog. But never fear, Captain Compete was there to save the day and help the Cardinal and Gold maintain their focus. Gamblers rejoice! Trojans cover!

We didn't believe it at first. It was too crazy to be true! Is that really sections of bleachers coming down from the student section? Yahoo confirms what our eyes did see! The student section in Lubbock passing their bleachers forward during the fourth quarter of Texas Tech/Texas game. Bobby Knight must be soo proud! Who needs tortillas when bleachers work just fine, thank you very much!

Overtime of the Pitt/Notre Dame game brought an unwelcome event. Sprinklers that were timed to go off at the end of regulation began to soak the field at Notre Dame Stadium. Assistant Groundskeeper Daniel Ruettiger would NEVER have let this happen! What is going on at Notre Dame these days?

What is going on at Michigan these days? After losing on a hook and lateral play to Purdue on Saturday, the Wolverines are guaranteed their first losing season since 1967. Stop making winter travel plans Michigan fans, the Wolverines will miss a bowl game for the first time in 33 years!

A win against Michigan, in the Big House, isn't even enough to keep a coach's job these days. Toledo coach Tom Amstutz is stepping down after a 2-6 start to the '08 season. A season that includes leading the Rockets to the first MAC victory ever, over the once storied Michigan program.

"The Eyes of Texas" are indeed upon us! The Mean Green of North Texas find a way to squeak out their first victory of the season against Big Red and the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers. However, more proof might be needed as Missouri sneaks out of Waco with a 'W'.

At 6'7", 350 lbs, Texas Tech's offensive lineman Brandon Carter, aka Mankind, scares us as much as Lattimer did in "The Program."

At least the USC Song Girls still look good at 40!

Just when we thought Oregon had the ugliest uniforms in college football, Cal had to go and do them one better.

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