Photo courtesy of cleveland.com. Joe Bauserman (pictured above) and the Ohio State offensive attack proved to be extremely one dimensional yesterday. Can they straighten this issue out in time for a rugged Big Ten conference slate?
By Josh Kramer
All is right in the College Football world. Notre Dame finally won a game. On a Week 3 slate full of potential, many of the games failed to live up to the hype, while others exceeded expectations. We are starting to get an inkling of an idea of who is who in the College Football landscape this year. And I for one am very excited. Here are the highlights from the Week 3 games.
Test one has been passed
-America’s preseason number one is still undefeated as we get ready for Week 4. Many had the September 17th date circled on their calendars as the one where the Sooners would falter and once again prove that Bob Stoops and Co. were overhyped. Well, they took care of business in a hostile Tallahassee atmosphere and appear to be on their way to a possible National Title Game appearance. I know that I should slow my horses, but OU plays most of their major Big 12 tests at home, and we all know how the Sooners play at home, considering they are currently on a 37 game win streak at Oklahoma Memorial Stadium.
-Kenny Stills was a “Fabulous Freshman” last year. Now he is none other than a “Sensational Sophomore.” Continue reading