What We Learned: College Football’s Week 5

Week 5 is in the books. Let’s see what we learned.

Les Miles has to be one of the luckiest coaches I have ever seen.

This guy is one of the worst coaches in college football. He backed into a National Title with Nick Saban’s players and his time management skills are terrible. But he hit a new low on Saturday. Miles must have the refs on his payroll because things are not adding up.

Which leads me too:

SEC refs are very shady.

I have never seen referees go to the replay booth after a game was over to find a penalty on the visiting team so the home team can get another chance. I thought Derek Dooley handed the situation with class, but if it were me, I would have been fined because I would have went crazy.

Alabama might run the table again.

After dominating Florida 31-6 Saturday night, Alabama proved that they are the best in the country. They have only one more test on their schedule and that is Auburn. If you look around the country, I don’t think there is a team that is more complete than Alabama.

Michigan won’t contend for the Big Ten title if their defense doesn’t play better.

We all know Denard Robinson and the Michigan offense is dangerous, but their defense is just horrible. Indiana’s QB Ben Chappell threw for 480 yards and they don’t have half the talent Michigan has. So until they play better defense, Michigan fans need to get used to winning shootouts.

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