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To be updated throughout the night

---The Miami BRAWL

Helmet swinging?  Stomping on guys who are on the ground?  13 ejections?  Yikes.  For one rare night college football has to subject itself to the disgrace of misconduct we usually leave to the NFL.  Dammit.

---Yet Another No. 2 Falls!

Auburn swarms Florida at Jordan-Hare

---USC Hangs On

People are going to be second-guessing ASU coach Dirk Koetter about his end of game clock decisions quite a bit.  ASU had fourth and long from its own zone with less than two minutes left and elected to punt.  USC was able to milk the clock and escape with a 28-21 win without returning the ball to the Sun Devils.


Auburn over Florida.  Indiana over Iowa.  Vanderbilt over Georgia.  Texas A&M over Missouri.

---Adrian Peterson's Injury

Broken collarbone.  Perhaps done for the season?  Perhaps done for the rest of his college career?

---The Heisman Field Narrows

Garrett Wolfe had just 25 yards on 18 carries.  Ron Dayne recovered from a disastrous effort early in his Heisman season, but 1)he was at Wisconsin and set NCAA records and 2)he went up against a much less qualified field of Heisman candidates.  Adrian Peterson's done for the regular season, and thus so are his Heisman chances.

---Louisville's Brian Brohm is BACK

He was supposed to be sidelined for six weeks.  Try three!

---Hawai'i's Scoring Outburst

Nine touchdowns, 62 points through three quarters.  And how about free-falling Fresno State?  Final score: 68-37.

---Colorado pwns Texas Tech

30-6.  Who saw that coming?

---Navy Quarterback Breaks Leg

Navy offense falls apart, losing 34-0 to Rutgers.

---Wisconsin On A Major Tear

48-12 romp over Minnesota.  Since Michigan loss have scored 52, 41 and 48 points.  Keep an eye on tight end Travis Beckum, a heavily recruited defensive lineman/linebacker that the Badgers switched to offense.

---West Virginia's Pat White Goes Nuts

249 rush yards, 4 rushing touchdowns against Syracuse (16.8 average).  Made Steve Slaton look average, if not like an afterthought (178 yards, 8.5 average).

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Reader Comments (2)

Brian Hampton didn't break his leg, he dislocated his knee. A very sad day for Navy fans.
October 15, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterAdam
I'm an Alabama fan, but will say that Auburn over Florida is no upset. Chris Leak and his offense line are not very good. Tebow is the future, but is a 19-year-old home schooler and can only do so much.
October 15, 2006 | Unregistered Commenterrtr

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