College Football Week Two: What We Learned

J Will bring us what we learned from week one of the college football season.

Ohio State still can’t win the big games. Ohio State once again proved that when the spotlight is on them, they fall flat on their faces. Well actually, the offense fell on their face because the Ohio State defense played great throughout the game, but gave in on that last drive. Terrelle Pryor proved that he is not ready for the heisman hype and might not be ready to lead this time.

Michigan Is The Real Deal. Remember all that noise about Rich Rodriguez and those allegations? I didn’t think so. Michigan and Notre Dame was the best game on TV last Saturday and Michigan proved that they are legit. Tate Forcier didn’t play like a freshman as he made big play after big play and none was bigger than the 31 yard run which gave Michigan the lead. I wouldn’t be shocked if Michigan wins the Big Ten this year.

Can Houston get into the BCS picture? Houston’s stunning upset over Oklahoma State now has me thinking that if they win out they can put themselves in a position to play in a BCS bowl game. Quarterback Case Keenum, who is very underrated, lit the Cowboys up for 367 yards and three touchdowns as the Cougars rolled up 511 yards in offense. If they beat Texas Tech, I think they will go undefeated.

What happened to the Big 12? Coming into the season, Big 12 fans have been saying they are neck and neck with the SEC, but with two of the top three teams already with losses, the conference doesn’t look as strong anymore. The Big 12’s only hope now is Texas, but I won’t be shocked if they lose in a few weeks either.

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