What We Learned: College Football’s Week 10

If Auburn or Oregon loses, TCU should be the next in line to play for the BCS title berth.

After dominating Utah on the road 47-7, there should be no question about who should get the nod if Auburn or Oregon drop a game. TCU’s defense is elite and their offense showed that they can be dangerous as well. That was the most dominating game I have seen all season and it definitely stole the show this weekend.

Rich Rodriguez may have saved his job, but the same can’t be said for his defensive coordinator.

After winning the overtime thriller against Illinois and getting Michigan bowl eligible, Rodriguez might be around next year. It also helps that the NCAA didn’t find anymore wrongdoing in their investigation of practice-gate. But for defensive coordinator Greg Robinson, this game sealed his faith. Michigan has a championship offense, but has a below-average defense. At a school like Michigan that just can’t happen. So he is gone.

Florida has found their QB.

Florida was off the radar playing Vanderbilt this weekend, but if you watched their game, you saw Jordan Reed look like the QB they needed all season. Now before you say ”anyone can do that against Vandy’,’ it was pretty obvious that John Brantley was getting the same plays but was taking sacks or throwing incompletions. The only problem is that Brantley’s family are big time boosters so Urban Meyer has a decision to make.

Joe Paterno will be the last coach to win 400 games. 

The reason is simple, no coach will stay at a school for as long as Paterno has. Most coaches nowadays think after 10 years at one school, it’s time to move on to another school or the NFL. Coaches staying at one school for their entire career is no more.

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