Welp, for the third week in a row, the #1 team in the country goes down again. This week's victim? The Sooners of Oklahoma. To be fair, most of the OU fans I've talked to didn't think they deserved to be #1 in the first place, but it doesn't take away from Mizzou's impressive win last night, winning 36-27. They look to be the favorites to come out of the Big 12 North, a division everyone thought would go to Nebraska. Crazy.
Now, some other games of note:
UT decided to take a shit on the 50 yard line and call it a day, losing to Iowa State, 28-21. Oklahoma State's shitty defense finally caught up with them, as they got spanked by Nebraska, 51-41 (OK State put up some garbage points near the end).
TCU looked really good at home last night against Air Force. The won 38-7. The defense has given up 10 points in the last 4 games. Wow. Unfortunately, they lost their senior nose tackle Kelly Griffin for the season to a broken ankle.
Baylor went into beast mode on offense against Kansas State. They put up over 600 yard on offense. Good lord. Their 47-42 over the #22 Wildcats gave them their 6th win of the season, not only making them bowl-eligable for the first time since joining the Big 12, they moved up to #25 in the AP Top 25 poll.
Even crazier? We are living in a world where Baylor is in the Top 25, and where the Longhorns are unranked. What the hell is going on right now?
EDIT: Auburn looked pretty good against LSU, rushing for over 350 yards again against a stingy LSU defense. Seeing Les Miles fuck up that 4th down at the end of the game was hilarious. I still don't believe in Auburn though. Cam Newton is not good at throwing the ball. They'll lose once they face a team who has the athletes to keep Newton in check.
And Utah keeps on winning. They killed Colorado State. Jordan Wynn is the real deal. He's going to be incredible for them. Hell, he already is.
It'll be interesting to see how the BCS standings pan out. Here's my guess, after the jump. What does everyone else think?
3.) Boise St.
6.) Michigan St.
8.) Ohio St.