College Football Week Five: What We Learned

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

The heat is on Bobby Bowden in Tallahassee. After losing to Boston College 28-21 Saturday, the retirement talk is getting louder for Bowden. It is a shame that Bowden’s career is closing like this but it’s time for him to move on.

Will the real USC please stand up. USC proved me wrong as they dominated Cal 30-3 and showed what they can really do. If USC came to play every game, they would be in the national title game every year. If they can beat Oregon on October 31, the will win the Pac-10.

Another BCS Buster falls again. Houston, who I thought had a chance to run the table, lost to UTEP 58-41 ending their dreams of playing in a BCS bowl. This loss is shocking because I thought Southern Miss would be the team to stop Houston, but they fell to UTEP of all teams.

The referees cost Georgia the LSU game. I know Georgia played terrible on offense but that excessive celebration was a dumb call. What do the refs expect to see when a team scores and takes the lead with a minute and some change on the clock? Then after LSU scores, they throw the same flag again. I just don’t understand what the players should do after they score a touchdown anymore.

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