College Football Frenzy's top 5 stories of Week 5. A few teams might need a doctor like Addison after losing last week It is interesting to watch a team get so excited about a returning Sophomore quarterback and forget that he is only a sophomore. Colt McCoy is going through what us experts like to call a sophomore slump, and it might not get any better this weekend when they play Oklahoma. Over at Burnt Orange Nation, in a two part series they give the details on how to fix the Longhorns' struggling offense. In Part 1, they lay out the basic storyline of how Texas got where they are now, while in Part 2 debates on if Texas can really change their offensive scheme half way through the season. So this is where John Radcliff's been hiding In Morgantown noIn case you missed it, live under a rock, or your cable went out; the college football world was turned upside down with West Virginia, Florida, Rutgers, Oklahoma, and Texas losing last Saturday. Those 5 upsets highlight
sheep couch was safe last Friday night after USF once again defeated their beloved Mountaineers. The Bastards, as they like to be called, have decided to take the positive look and look towards this week's game against Syracuse. Unlike previous years they cannot take the Orange lightly because they did beat Louisville two weeks ago, and they are ahead of West Virginia in the Big East standings.
After two consecutive losses, some PSU fans are hoping that JoePa rides out of town soon
The morale in Happy Valley went from great, to bad, to now sucidal with the loss to Illinois last weekend. I for one thought that this could be a special team that had a lot of key players coming back. But as we are finding out, the quarterback and running back are not going to live up to our lofty expectations. So over at Black Shoe Diaries, Mike has come up with a list of new expectations for Penn State fans to consider.
That does not take anything away from Illinois, they are a team on the rise in the Big Ten. Wisconsin should not take this team lightly or they will suffer the same fate of the Nittany Lions. Juice Williams is doing a heck of a job at quarterback in his second year under center but can you name the Illini QB that took them to the Sugar Bowl in the early 2000s? The answer is Kurt Kittner and Big 10 Chronicle has a where are they now on Mr. Kittner.
Please God let us sack the evil Chase Daniel on Saturday
The Big 12 North title and a shot at either Oklahoma or Texas in the championship game could be on the line this week as Nebraska and Missouri tangle. Most Cornhusker fans feel that if they get a pass rush on Chase Daniel they have a good shot at winning the game. Some are going as far as praying to a higher power to get that pash rush.