Saturday, August 30, 2008

College Football Update: Les Miles doesn't want to be coach of the 2008 version of Michigan

Happy Saturday everybody! I hope you are as excited as I am about the return of college football. If you're not, then you are just crazy. (NOTE: You are not literally crazy)

LSU 41 - Appalachian State 13- With Hurricane Gustav preparing for a rendezvous with the Gulf Coast, it was all about the Tigers staying on track and not losing to the Mountaineers. Charles Scott had a huge day for LSU, carrying the ball 16 times for 160 yards. App. State did not have the luck they had against Michigan last year. The Mountaineers rushed for only 51 yards on the afternoon. With Troy and North Texas on the schedule, the Tigers should be 3-0 by the time they travel to Auburn.

East Carolina upsets Virginia Tech, 27-22- The Pirates scored two touchdowns late in the fourth quarter against the Hokies to win. The Hokies had jumped out to a 14-0 lead, but the Pirates fought their way back into the game.

Ohio State blows out Youngstown State, 43-0- Jim Tressel and his Buckeyes made quick work of the Penguins. The big story of the day is the injury of running back Beanie Wells. Wells left the game with a leg injury.

That's all I have for now, I hope to have more later for you folks.

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