College Football Chaos Report
- LSU beats Ole Miss in a nail-biter. The Tigers' run game was rolling most of the game, but turnovers and an objectively terrible call cost them the endzone several times. Finally, an Anthony Jennings play-action pass at the goal line gave them a 10-7 lead, which they managed to defend for another five minutes.
- Colorado lost to No. 25 UCLA in double overtime. UCLA started the year as a top 10 team.
- Texas was shut out by Kansas State, the first time the Longhorns have gone without scoring since 2004.
- Penn State tried their darndest to slay Ohio State, but their rebellion fell short after an anticlimactic fourth down sack in second overtime.
- Georgia Southern is the real GSU. The FBS newcomer and projected Sun Belt champ beat Georgia State (FBS newcomer and not-projected Sun Belt champ( by a margin of 69-31. The team carried banners declaring the Georgia Dome their new stomping ground.
- Pitt's offense was responsible for six fumbles, two punts, and a turnover on downs. It was Pitt's homecoming game.
- Kentucky fought hard against Mississippi State. With a short field near the end, the Wildcats opted for an onside kick. Mississippi State returned that onside kick for a rumbling touchdown. Good show, Kentucky. Sorry it had to end that way. No, really, we were all pulling for you.
- Marshall remained undefeated, downing Florida Atlantic 35-16.
No. 3 Equestrian Beats No. 1 Georgia
Firstly, Baylor Equestrian Coach Ellen White gave ODB a shoutout on her twitter feed after the competition yesterday, praising a recent piece explaining the nature of Equestrian events.
But more importantly, No. 3 Baylor beat No. 1 Georgia, 13-6. After wins against 1, 2, and 7 in the past week, Baylor is heir apparent to the No. 1 spot.
Volleyball Beats Iowa State 3-2.
Baylor Volleyball got fed up with losing after going down 2-0 in their game against Iowa State last night. So fed up, in fact, that they raged back to win three straight sets and the match against a team that they were projected to get rocked by. Congrats, ladies.