Sunday, September 21, 2008

Around the Big 12, Week 4

We've already overanalyzed Baylor's L and a little bit of the Aggie's loss to Miami, but here's the rest of our analysis:
  • Texas Tech beat Massachusetts 56-14. The game was well in hand after the Minutemen emerged from the locker room just before gametime.
  • Colorado beat West Virginia in OT Thursday night. From many accounts, WV appears to be in disarray. The only reason I mention this is the same coaching staff that made OU look like idiots a mere four games ago. Just makes that Fiesta Bowl loss look even more puzzling.
  • Missouri beat Buffalo 42-21. The game was closer than it should have been.
  • Texas dominated Rice 52-10. Colt McCoy was UT's leading rusher. Long term, that's not a good thing.
  • Rhett Bomar threw for 340 yards, but also three picks, as Kansas beat Sam Houston State 38-14.
  • Iowa State scored with 3 seconds left to tie the score after spotting UNLV a 21 point halftime lead, but lost in on the road in OT, 34-31.

Overall, this was just a dull week of college football. The Tennessee-Florida game didn't measure up, thought the LSU-Auburn game appears to have been a classic.

Next week's slate should be a bit more interesting.

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