Sunday, October 21, 2007

Saturday Wrap Up

Week: 4-3 SU, 5-2 ATS, 2-4-1 O/U
Season: 19-14 SU, 20-12-1 ATS, 17-15-1 O/U


After the Kentucky win, Urban Meyer is now 22-2 in games after a week off.

Kentucky out gained Florida by almost 100 yards (512 vs 421) and did not commit any turnovers, but still fell by 14.

Andre Woodson has an uphill battle to win the Heisman with two losses, but he completed 35-50 for 415 yards and 5TDs in the loss.

Auburn fans had reason to believe that the Tigers would hold for the win vs LSU. They had won 8 straight SEC road games and 9 of their past 10 against top 10 teams.

Miami scored two touchdowns in 11 seconds (pass, fumble recover) to secure Randy Shannon's first victory over rival Florida State. All of this came after the Canes were stuffed on 4th and 1 at the FSU 1 yard line with 5:29 left.

FSU won 71 of its first 73 ACC games, but has now lost 10 of its past 14.

South Carolina was ready for Vanderbilt or so thought Steve Spurrier. "Vanderbilt plays almost everyone down to the wire, so we'll have our hands full. That's all we need to worry about right now."
Vandy's win over #6 South Carolina was their first win over a team ranked as high as 6th in 70 years. It was also their first victory over a Steve Spurrier coached team in 15 tries.

Despite losing Tashard Choice in the 1st half, Georgia Tech rushed for 292 yards on 51 carries. The Yellow Jackets also fumbled 5 times losing 2 of them.

Alabama opened the Tennessee game with an onside kick and never looked back. The 41-17 victory was the most lopsided in the series since 1986.

Clemson allowed Central Michigan a 7-0 lead before racking up 656 total yards of offense en route to a 70-14.

Virginia had won four of their six wins by a total of 10 points coming into the weekend. Make that 5 wins by a total of 11 points after a come from behind 18-17 win at Maryland. The Cavs winning drive went 90 yards.

NC State's Daniel Evans passed for 335 yards in the Wolfpack's 34-20 victory over East Carolina.

5 teams remain undefeated and 3 of them face very tough tests this week. Ohio State at Penn State; Arizona State vs Cal; Boston College at Virginia Tech (Thur).

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