Saturday, September 8, 2007

College Football Update

The early afternoon games are over and done with, let's do a quick recap.
  • Oklahoma destroys Miami (Fla.), 51-13. I thought Miami had a shot, but it wasn't even close. One thing is for sure, Oklahoma looks like a real deal. The Sooners have a chance to start the season 4-0, maybe even 5-0.
  • Nebraska defeats Wake Forest in a close one, 20-17. Nebraska RB Marlon Lucky had a great game, rushing for 90 yards and the go-ahead touchdown. Cornhuskers QB Sam Keller had a good game also, throwing for 259 yards and one touchdown.
  • West Virginia survives an early scare and defeats Marshall, 48-23. Marshall stuck with the Mountaineers as far as the third quarter, but Heisman candidates Pat White and Steve Slaton led their team to victory.

I'll be back later,


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