The NCAA might be Forced to Introduce a BCS Playoff

December 10, 2008 by Allison Boyer  
Filed under Football

Joe-Barton-cqphotos025138-dw061113093-nc I want some kind of BCS playoff as much as the next person, but doesn’t Congress have more important things to worry about?

No, according to one representative.

According to reports, republican Representative Joe Barton of Texas (anyone surprised there, seeing as Texas is one of the schools getting the shaft?) introduced legislation today that, if passed, would force a playoff system to determine the national champion.

Actually, to be more specific, the bill will prohibit anyone from promoting  a postseason game as a “national championship” game unless it is the result of a playoff system. So, they could keep the BCS system as it is currently, but they couldn’t have a national championship game…they’d have to call it something else.

Barton? I suspect he’s a jaded Texas fan, but makes good points:

Point #1:

“This year, we again have two teams with one loss each playing for the ‘championship,’ while two undefeated teams and four additional teams with only one loss will play in bowl games, but none can become champion.”

Essentially, he’s saying that the best teams don’t necessarily always play in the title game. And he’s right. He also cited USC in 2003 and Auburn in 2004 as teams that possibly should have played for the title but didn’t.

Point #2:

“In some years the sport’s national championship winner was left unsettled, and at least one school was left out of the many millions of dollars in revenue that accompany the title.”

This one makes sense too. The flawed system isn’t just a knock to the pride of schools playing in the bowls. This is about money, plain and simple.

Point #3:

“Despite repeated efforts to improve the system, the controversy rages on.”

I think that this is the best argument for the legislation. People are still pissed about the BCS system, ten years after it was created. They’ve been tweaking the system for ten years, and still, the debate is hotter now than ever before. There needs to be an answer.

Still, I have to wonder if there aren’t more important things to deal with in Congress than football?

Correct answer: NOTHING IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN FOOTBALL.

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2008 Week 10: Blogging about the Sun Belt

November 5, 2008 by Allison Boyer  
Filed under Football

I can’t watch every game, and there are tons not on TV every week. So, instead of blogging about every game, I’ll link you to the people who are talking about it (by conference). If I missed your link, leave a comment!

#2 Alabama 35, Arkansas State 0

  • Alabama - Arkansas State, the full recap at Tide Corner
  • Alabama-Arkansas State, the day after… at The Rap Sheet
  • Arkansas State From The Couch at Bama Sports Report

North Texas 51, Western Kentucky 40

  • Western Kentucky Fall To North Texas, 51-40

Louisiana-Lafayette 49, Florida International 20

  • La-Lafayette’s Fenroy breaks NCAA record in win at Associated Press News from Salon.com

Louisiana-Monroe 31, Troy 30

  • Troy falls in final seconds at Louisiana-Monroe at College Sports for Opelia-Auburn News

Other conferences: ACC, Big 12, Big East, Big Ten, Conference USA, Independents, Mid-American, Mountain West, Pac-10, SEC, Sun Belt, WAC

(check back soon if the link isn’t live yet)

2008 Week 8: Blogging about Conference-USA

October 21, 2008 by Allison Boyer  
Filed under Football

I can’t watch every game, and there are tons not on TV every week. So, instead of blogging about every game, I’ll link you to the people who are talking about it (by conference). If I missed your link, leave a comment!

East Carolina 30, Memphis 10

  • ECU 30, Memphis 10 at Ray’s Blog

Rice 45, Southern Miss 40

  • Southern Miss Falls to Rice, 45-40, Saturday in Houston at Southern Miss Football News

UAB 23, Marshall 21

  • Blazers Hold Off Marshall, 23-21 at UAB Football News
  • Herd falls short on the road; UAB wins 23-21 at Marshall Football

Tulsa 77, UTEP 35

  • UTEP Coach Mike Price praises Tulsa’s offense after beating at Knights Notepad
  • Joe Muench’s thoughts on UTEP’s loss to Tulsa at Turn Up the Orange

Houston 44, Southern Methodist 38

  • Houston 44, GGSM{SMU} 38 at College Football Shame Mask

Other conferences: ACC, Big 12, Big East, Big Ten, Conference USA, Independents, Mid-American, Mountain West, Pac-10, SEC, Sun Belt, WAC 

(check back soon if the link isn’t live yet)

2008 Week 8: Blogging about the Sun Belt

October 19, 2008 by Allison Boyer  
Filed under Football

I can’t watch every game, and there are tons not on TV every week. So, instead of blogging about every game, I’ll link you to the people who are talking about it (by conference). If I missed your link, leave a comment!

Louisville 42, Middle Tennessee State 23

  • Louisville Races Past Middle Tennessee State at Big East Headline News

Florida Atlantic 24, Western Kentucky 20

  • Pierre helps carry Florida Atlantic to 24-20 win at WCTV Sports

Louisiana-Lafayette 28, Arkansas State 23

  • Ragin’ Cajuns Rally to Defeat Red Wolves at Arkansas State Headline News

Louisiana-Monroe 35, North Texas 23

  • Warhawks Big Plays Down Mean Green Football 35-23 at North Texas Football Headline News

Troy 33, Florida International 23

  • Troy holds off Fla. International 33-23 at WCTV Sports

Other conferences: ACC, Big 12, Big East, Big Ten, Conference USA, Independents, Mid-American, Mountain West, Pac-10, SEC, Sun Belt, WAC 

(check back soon if the link isn’t live yet)

2008 Week Eight Games

October 17, 2008 by Allison Boyer  
Filed under Football

Here is the Week Eight schedule, your TV guide - no predictions from me this week, because I want to hear what you have to say. Leave a comment below with some of your predictions or the games you’re most excited to watch. (All times are EST.)

Thursday:

  • Florida State 26, North Carolina State 17
  • TCU 32, #9 BYU 7

Friday:

  • 8:00 PM:
    • Hawaii at #15 Boise State (on ESPN)

Saturday:

  • Noon:
    • #7 Texas Tech at Texas A&M
    • Syracuse at #19 South Florida
    • #21 Wake Forest at Maryland
    • Purdue at Northwestern (on ESPN2)
    • Connecticut at Rutgers (on ESPNU)
    • Miami-OH at Bowling Green
    • Georgia Tech at Clemson (on ESPN)
    • Western Michigan at Central Michigan
  • 12:03 PM:
    • Wisconsin at Iowa (on the Big Ten Network)
  • 12:07 PM:
    • Memphis at East Carolina
  • 12:30 PM:
    • #22 Vanderbilt at #10 Georgia
    • Nebraska at Iowa State
  • 1:00 PM:
    • Akron at Eastern Michigan
  • 2:00 PM:
    • Colorado State at #14 Utah (on The Mountain)
  • 3:00 PM:
    • Baylor at #8 Oklahoma State
  • 3:05 PM:
    • Southern Miss at Rice
  • 3:30 PM:
    • #16 Kansas at #4 Oklahoma (on ABC)
    • #6 USC at Washington State
    • #12 Ohio State at #20 Michigan State (on ABC)
    • #18 North Carolina at Virginia (on ABC)
    • #23 Pittsburgh at Navy
    • Middle Tennessee State at Louisville
    • Miami-FL at Duke (on ESPNU)
    • Army at Buffalo
  • 4:00 PM:
    • Marshall at UAB
    • Toledo at Northern Illinois
    • Utah State at Nevada
  • 4:08 PM:
    • Stanford at UCLA
  • 4:30 PM:
    • Michigan at #3 Penn State (on ESPN)
  • 6:00 PM:
    • San Diego State at New Mexico (on The Mountain)
  • 7:00 PM:
    • Arkansas at Kentucky (on ESPNU)
    • Florida Atlantic at Western Kentucky
    • Oregon State at Washington
    • Arkansas at Louisiana-Lafayette
    • Idaho at Louisiana Tech
    • North Texas at Louisiana-Monroe
    • Mississippi State at Tennessee
    • Florida International at Troy
  • 7:10 PM:
    • Kansas State at Colorado
  • 8:00 PM:
    • #11 Missouri at #1 Texas (on ABC)
    • #13 LSU at South Carolina (on ESPN)
    • #17 Virginia Tech at Boston College (on ESPN2)
    • San Jose State at New Mexico State
    • UTEP at Tulsa
    • Indiana at Illinois (on the Big Ten Network)
    • Houston at Southern Methodist
  • 10:00 PM:
    • #25 California at Arizona
    • Air Force at UNLV (on The Mountain)

2008 Week 7: Blogging about Mid-American

October 13, 2008 by Allison Boyer  
Filed under Football

I can’t watch every game, and there are tons not on TV every week. So, instead of blogging about every game, I’ll link you to the people who are talking about it (by conference). If I missed your link, leave a comment!

Akron against Bowling Green

  • Falcons Top Akron, 37-33 at Bowling Green Falcons News

#25 Ball State against Western Kentucky

  • TSBB Morning Quarterback: Ball State vs. Western Kentucky at The Sixth Ball Brother
  • VIDEO: Ball State vs. Western Kentucky Highlights at Ball State Daily News

Buffalo against Western Michigan

  • Buffalo Bulls Football at In da Buff

Central Michigan against Temple

  • Turnovers Prove Costly As Football Falls 24-14 At Central Michigan at Temple Football News
  • One day, two blown opportunities at Temple Football Forever

Eastern Michigan against Army

  • Football Comes Up Short at Army at Eastern Michigan Athletics

Kent State against Ohio

  • Bobcats Win on the Road at Kent State at Ohio Bobcats News

Miami-OH against Northern Illinois

  • Huskies Hold on for 17-13 Win Over Miami at Northern Illinois Huskies News

Toledo against Michigan

  • Let’s make fun of Michigan some more at The Buckeye Battle Cry
  • For Michigan football fans only: Profane Toledo at Change of Subject
  • Pyre of the Phoenix: Michigan Football Falls to Toledo at Maize n Brew

Other conferences: ACC, Big 12, Big East, Big Ten, Conference USA, Independents, Mid-American, Mountain West, Pac-10, SEC, Sun Belt, WAC

2008 Week 7: Blogging about the Sun Belt

October 12, 2008 by Allison Boyer  
Filed under Football

I can’t watch every game, and there are tons not on TV every week. So, instead of blogging about every game, I’ll link you to the people who are talking about it (by conference). If I missed your link, leave a comment!

Arkansas State against Louisiana-Monroe

  • Field goals help ASU defeat La.-Monroe at The Cabin

Florida Atlantic against Troy

  • Troy beats Florida Atlantic, but loses quarterback at Sports for Dothan Eagle

Florida International against Middle Tennessee

  • Fla. International defeats Middle Tennessee 31-21 at Salon.com

Louisiana-Lafayette against North Texas

  • Louisiana-Lafayette 59, OSM{North Texas} 30 at College Football Shame Mask
  • N. Texas ties UW for nation’s longest loss streak at Washington Huskies Insider

Other conferences: ACC, Big 12, Big East, Big Ten, Conference USA, Independents, Mid-American, Mountain West, Pac-10, SEC, Sun Belt, WAC

2008 Week Seven Results

October 11, 2008 by Allison Boyer  
Filed under Football

Here are your Week Seven results, by conference so your favorite team is easy to find. This list will be continuously updated as games end.

ACC

  • Boston College does not play during Week Seven. (Overall Record 4-1)
  • Clemson LOSS to #21 Wake Forest, 12-7 (Overall Record 3-3)
  • Duke does not play during Week Seven. (Overall Record 3-2)
  • Florida State does not play during Week Seven. (Overall Record 4-1)
  • Georgia Tech WIN over Gardner-Webb, 10-7 (Overall Record 5-1)
  • Maryland does not play during Week Seven. (Overall Record 4-2)
  • Miami-FL WIN over UCF, 20-14 (Overall Record 3-3)
  • #22 North Carolina WIN over Notre Dame, 29-24 (Overall Record 5-1)
  • North Carolina State does not play during Week Seven. (Overall Record 2-4)
  • Virginia WIN over East Carolina, 35-20 (Overall Record 3-3)
  • #20 Virginia Tech does not play during Week Seven. (Overall Record 5-1)
  • #25 Wake Forest WIN over Clemson, 12-7 (Overall Record 4-1)

Big 12

  • Baylor WIN over Iowa State, 38-10 (Overall Record 4-2)
  • Colorado LOSS to #16 Kansas, 30-14 (Overall Record 3-2)
  • Iowa State LOSS to Baylor, 38-10 (Overall Record 2-4)
  • #16 Kansas WIN over Colorado, 30-14 (Overall Record 5-1)
  • Kansas State WIN over Texas A&M, 44-30 (Overall Record 4-1)
  • #3 Missouri LOSS to #17 Oklahoma State, 28-23 (Overall Record 5-1)
  • Nebraska LOSS to #7 Texas Tech, 37-31 (Overall Record 3-3)
  • #1 Oklahoma LOSS to #5 Texas, 45-35 (Overall Record 5-1)
  • #17 Oklahoma State WIN over #3 Missouri, 28-23 (Overall Record 5-0)
  • #5 Texas WIN over #1 Oklahoma, 45-35 (Overall Record 6-0)
  • Texas A&M LOSS to Kansas State, 44-30 (Overall Record 2-4)
  • #7 Texas Tech WIN over Nebraska, 37-31 (Overall Record 6-0)

Big East

  • Cincinnati WIN over Rutgers, 13-10 (Overall Record 4-2)
  • Connecticut does not play during Week Seven. (Overall Record 5-1)
  • Louisville WIN over Memphis, 35-28 (Overall Record 2-2)
  • Pittsburgh does not play during Week Seven. (Overall Record 4-1)
  • Rutgers LOSS to Cincinnati, 13-10 (Overall Record 1-5)
  • #19 South Florida does not play during WEEK Seven. (Overall Record 5-1)
  • Syracuse LOSS to West Virginia, 17-6 (Overall Record 1-5)
  • West Virginia WIN over Syracuse, 17-6 (Overall Record 5-1)

Big Ten

  • Illinois LOSS to Minnesota, 27-20 (Overall Record 3-3)
  • Indiana LOSS to Iowa, 45-9 (Overall Record 2-4)
  • Iowa WIN over Indiana, 45-9 (Overall Record 4-3)
  • Michigan LOSS to Toledo, 13-10 (Overall Record 2-4)
  • #23 Michigan State WIN over Northwestern, 37-20 (Overall Record 6-1)
  • Minnesota WIN over Illinois, 27-20 (Overall Record 6-1)
  • Northwestern LOSS to #23 Michigan State, 37-20 (Overall Record 5-1)
  • #12 Ohio State WIN over Purdue, 16-3 (Overall Record 6-1)
  • #6 Penn State WIN over Wisconsin, 48-7 (Overall Record 7-0)
  • Purdue LOSS to #12 Ohio State, 16-3 (Overall Record 2-4)
  • Wisconsin LOSS to #6 Penn State, 48-7 (Overall Record 3-2)

Conference USA

  • East Carolina LOSS to Virginia, 35-20 (Overall Record 3-3)
  • Houston WIN over UAB, 45-20 (Overall Record 4-3)
  • Marshall does not play during Week Seven. (Overall Record 3-3)
  • Memphis LOSS to Louisville, 35-28 (Overall Record 2-4)
  • Rice does not play during Week Seven. (Overall Record 3-3)
  • SMU LOSS to Tulsa, 37-31 (Overall Record 1-6)
  • Southern Miss LOSS to #15 Boise State, 24-7 (Overall Record 2-4)
  • Tulane LOSS to UTEP, 24-21 (Overall Record 2-4)
  • Tulsa WIN over SMU, 37-31 (Overall Record 6-0)
  • UAB LOSS to Houston, 45-20 (Overall Record 1-6)
  • UCF LOSS to Miami-FL, 20-14 (Overall Record 2-4)
  • UTEP WIN over Tulane, 24-21 (Overall Record 3-3)

IA Independents

  • Army LOSS to Eastern Michigan, 17-13 (Overall Record 1-5)
  • Navy against does not play during Week Seven. (Overall Record 4-2)
  • Notre Dame LOSS to #22 North Carolina, 29-24 (Overall Record 4-2)
  • Western Kentucky LOSS to #25 Ball State, 24-7 (Overall Record 1-6)

Mid-American

  • Akron LOSS to Bowling Green, 37-33 (Overall Record 3-4)
  • #25 Ball State WIN over Western Kentucky, 24-7 (Overall Record 7-0)
  • Bowling Green WIN over Akron, 27-22 (Overall Record 2-4)
  • Buffalo LOSS to Western Michigan, 34-28 (Overall Record 2-4)
  • Central Michigan WIN over Temple, 24-14 (Overall Record 4-2)
  • Eastern Michigan LOSS to Army, 17-13 (Overall Record 2-5)
  • Kent State LOSS to Ohio, 26-19 (Overall Record 1-6)
  • Miami-OH LOSS to Northern Illinois, 17-13 (Overall Record 2-4)
  • Northern Illinois WIN over Miami-OH, 17-13 (Overall Record 3-3)
  • Ohio WIN over Kent State, 26-19 (Overall Record 2-5)
  • Temple LOSS to Central Michigan, 24-14 (Overall Record 2-6)
  • Toledo WIN over Michigan, 13-10 (Overall Record 2-3)
  • Western Michigan WIN over Buffalo, 34-28 (Overall Record 5-2)

Mountain West

  • Air Force WIN over San Diego State, 35-10 (Overall Record 5-1)
  • #8 BYU WIN over New Mexico, 21-3 (Overall Record 6-0)
  • Colorado State LOSS to TCU, 13-7 (Overall Record 3-3)
  • New Mexico LOSS to #8 BYU, 21-3 (Overall Record 3-4)
  • San Diego State LOSS to Air Force, 35-10 (Overall Record 2-5)
  • TCU WIN over Colorado State, 13-7 (Overall Record 6-1)
  • UNLV does not play during Week Seven. (Overall Record 3-3)
  • #14 Utah WIN over Wyoming, 40-7 (Overall Record 7-0)
  • Wyoming LOSS to #14 Utah, 40-7 (Overall Record 2-5)

Pacific-10

  • Arizona LOSS to Stanford, 24-34 (Over Record 4-2)
  • Arizona State LOSS to #8 USC, 28-0 (Overall Record 3-3)
  • California does not play during Week Seven. (Overall Record 4-1)
  • Oregon WIN over UCLA, 31-24 (Overall Record 6-1)
  • Oregon State WIN over Washington State, 66-13 (Overall Record 2-3)
  • Stanford WIN over Arizona, 24-23 (Overall Record 3-4)
  • UCLA LOSS to Oregon, 31-24 (Overall Record 2-4)
  • #8 USC WIN over Arizona State, 28-0 (Overall Record 4-1)
  • Washington does not play during Week Seven. (Overall Record 0-5)
  • Washington State LOSS to Oregon State, 66-13 (Overall Record 1-6)

SEC

  • #2 Alabama does not play during Week Seven. (Overall Record 6-0)
  • Arkansas LOSS to #20 Auburn, 25-22 (Overall Record 2-4)
  • #20 Auburn WIN over Arkansas, 25-22 (Overall Record 5-2)
  • #11 Florida WIN over #4 LSU, 51-21 (Overall Record 5-1)
  • #10 Georgia WIN over Tennessee, 26-14 (Overall Record 5-1)
  • Kentucky LOSS to South Carolina, 24-17 (Overall Record 4-2)
  • #4 LSU LOSS to #11 Florida, 51-21 (Overall Record 4-1)
  • Mississippi does not play during Week Seven. (Overall Record 3-3)
  • Mississippi State WIN over #13 Vanderbilt, 17-14 (Overall Record 2-4)
  • South Carolina WIN over Kentucky, 24-17 (Overall Record 5-2)
  • Tennessee LOSS to #10 Georgia, 26-14 (Overall Record 2-4)
  • #13 Vanderbilt LOSS to Mississippi State, 17-14 (Overall Record 5-1)

Sun Belt

  • Arkansas State WIN over Louisiana-Monroe, 37-29 (Overall Record 4-2)
  • Florida Atlantic LOSS to Troy, 30-17 (Overall Record 1-5)
  • Florida International WIN over Middle Tennessee, 31-21 (Overall Record 3-3)
  • Louisiana-Lafayette WIN over North Texas, 59-30 (Overall Record 3-3)
  • Louisiana-Monroe LOSS to Arkansas State, 37-29 (Overall Record 3-3)
  • Middle Tennessee LOSS to Florida International, 31-21 (Overall Record 2-4)
  • North Texas LOSS to Louisiana-Lafayette, 59-30 (Overall Record 0-6)
  • Troy WIN over Florida Atlantic, 30-17 (Overall Record 4-2)

WAC

  • #15 Boise State WIN over Southern Miss, 24-7 (Overall Record 5-0)
  • Fresno State WIN over Idaho, 45-32 (Overall Record 4-2)
  • Hawaii WIN over Louisiana Tech, 24-14 (Overall Record 3-3)
  • Idaho LOSS to Fresno State, 45-32 (Overall Record 1-6)
  • Louisiana Tech LOSS to Hawaii, 24-14 (Overall Record 2-3)
  • Nevada LOSS to New Mexico State, 48-45 (Overall Record 3-3)
  • New Mexico State WIN over Nevada, 48-45 (Overall Record 3-2)
  • San Jose State WIN over Utah State, 30-7 (Overall Record 4-2)
  • Utah State LOSS to San Jose State, 30-7 (Overall Record 1-5)

2008 Week Seven Games

October 9, 2008 by Allison Boyer  
Filed under Football

Here’s your Week Seven schedule and TV guide. There are a ton of good games this week!

Tuesday:

  • Troy beat Florida Atlantic 30-17

Tonight (Thursday):

  • 7:30 PM:
    • Clemson at #21 Wake Forest (on ESPN)
  • 8:00 PM:
    • UAB at Houston (on CSTV)

Friday:

  • 8:00 PM:
    • Louisville at Memphis (on ESPN)

Saturday:

  • Noon:
    • # 5 Texas vs. #1 Oklahoma at a neutral location (on ABC)
    • Iowa at Indiana (on the Big Ten Network)
    • Toledo at Michigan (on the Big Ten Network)
    • East Carolina at Virginia
    • Syracuse at West Virginia (on ESPNU)
    • Minnesota at Illinois (on ESPN)
    • Rutgers at Cincinnati
  • 12:30 PM:
    • Colorado at #16 Kansas (on ESPN 2)
    • South Carolina at Kentucky
  • 1:00 PM:
    • Eastern Michigan at Army (on ESPN Classic)
  • 2:00 PM:
    • #14 Utah at Wyoming (on The Mountain)
    • Kansas State at Texas A&M
  • 2:30 PM:
    • #13 Vanderbilt at Mississippi State
    • Ohio at Kent State
  • 3:00 PM:
    • Nebraska at #7 Texas Tech
  • 3:30 PM:
    • Arizona State at #8 USC (on ABC)
    • Tennessee at #10 Georgia (on CBS)
    • Purdue at #12 Ohio State (on ABC)
    • Notre Dame at #22 North Carolina (on ABC)
    • #23 Michigan State at Northwestern (on ESPN2)
    • TCU at Colorado State (on CSTV)
    • Gardner-Webb at Georgia Tech
    • Western Michigan at Buffalo
  • 3:45 PM:
    • UCF at Miami-FL (on ESPNU)
  • 4:00 PM:
    • Temple at Central Michigan
    • Miami-OH at Northern Illinois
  • 4:05 PM:
    • New Mexico State at Nevada
  • 5:00 PM:
    • Arkansas at #20 Auburn
    • Arizona at Stanford
  • 6:00 PM:
    • New Mexico at #9 BYU (on The Mountain)
    • Bowling Green at Akron
  • 6:30 PM:
    • Washington State at Oregon State
  • 7:00 PM:
    • #25 Ball State at Western Kentucky
    • Iowa State at Baylor
    • Louisiana-Lafayette at North Texas
    • Louisiana-Monroe at Arkansas State
    • Middle Tennessee State at Florida International
  • 7:30 PM:
    • Utah State at San Jose State (on ESPNU)
  • 8:00 PM:
    • #17 Oklahoma State at #3 Missouri (on ESPN2)
    • #4 LSU at #11 Florida (on CBS)
    • #6 Penn State at Wisconsin (on ESPN)
    • #15 Boise State at Southern Miss (on CSTV)
    • Tulsa at SMU
  • 9:05 PM:
    • Tulane at UTEP
  • 9:30 PM:
    • Air Force at San Diego State (on The Mountain)
  • 10:00 PM:
    • Idaho at Fresno State
  • 10:15 PM:
    • UCLA at Oregon
  • 12:05 AM (Sunday morning):
    • Louisiana Tech at Hawaii

2008 NCAA Football Week Six: Undefeated and Winless

October 5, 2008 by Allison Boyer  
Filed under Football

Here’s your Week Six report on who remained undefeated and who remained without a win (woo hoo, that list is very short at this point). I’ll update the list every week! Keep in mind that the number of games teams have played varies according to their by week schedules.

NCAA-F Undefeated

(Week 6)

  • Alabama
  • Ball State
  • Boise State
  • BYU
  • LSU
  • Missouri
  • Northwestern
  • Oklahoma State
  • Oklahoma
  • Penn State
  • Texas
  • Texas Tech
  • Tulsa
  • Utah
  • Vanderbilt

NCAA-F Winless

(Week 6)

  • North Texas
  • Washington

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