Two named to SI mid-season All-America team
Spencer Drango and Shawn Oakman were named to Sports Illustrated's mid-season team after lackluster(?) starts on the part of many offensive skill players due to injury, lack of playing time, etc.
ESPN's Jon Berger on Baylor's #WRU: "The best set of wide receivers, by far, in all of college football."— Baylor Football (@BUFootball) October 15, 2014
There is NCAA football on tonight, but I doubt Utah and Oregon State will factor into the playoff picture. Still, weeknight Pac-12 football is bound to be exciting.
David Ubben, everyone's favorite journalist named David Ubben, made his predictions for this week in college football. Good news: he has Baylor on top again, and he hasn't been wrong about the Bears yet. He also has Kansas State upsetting Oklahoma and TCU rolling Oklahoma State, making for a nice Oklahoma sandwich in which former bottom feeders are the bread.
Week 8 may get crazy. I'm picking one major upset, one top 15 team to get rolled and another close call. http://t.co/qtNYqQO5K2— David Ubben (@davidubben) October 16, 2014
The folks at ESPN are calling that upset too.
How much of a 1-man show has Sterling Shepard been? He has 47% of OU's receiving yds, the highest % for any FBS player, via @ESPNStatsInfo— Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) October 15, 2014
Have fun, Xavien.
Per @ESPNStatsInfo, Bryce Petty’s 6 TD passes of 20-plus yards vs. TCU were the most by a Power 5 QB in the last 4 seasons.— Jake Trotter (@Jake_Trotter) October 15, 2014
Take that, Connor Halliday. You may rack up millions of yards, but we have a walking battle tank that loves Hail Marys/Maries.
OU's -250 yard margin, Petty going deep, OSU snaps 57-game streak, WVU's comeback and more. Big 12 stat check: http://t.co/fn16cUz7ya— Max Olson (@max_olson) October 15, 2014
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