Written and authored by NCAA Football Expert Analyst Charlie Red McDougall. Charliessports.com produces it for Football news and notes. The long anticipated first weekend of the 2015-16 College Football season is in the bag. However, Football bettors are being treated to a labor day matchup between the 2015 BCS champions Ohio State vs. Virgina Tech on Labor Day. There were upsets as three FBS schools lost to FCS division universities. Kansas, Wyoming, and Washington State fell victims to the lower level teams. Indiana University avoided the embarrassment by edging Southern Illinois 48-47. Who impressed in their openers?
Texas A&M looked good in a neutral site win over Arizona State. Aggies head coach Kevin Sumlin always has his ready for openers and 2015 was no different. The Aggies downed the ranked Sun Devils 38-17 in front of fans in Houston, Texas. Texas A&M has addressed their defensive struggles of the past. Look for this team to make some noise in the SEC West. Speaking of the SEC West, Alabama head coach Nick Saban has been left out of the BCS title game the past two seasons. Starting quarterback and Florida State transfer Jacob Coker did an adequate job in the win over Wisconsin in the annual AT&T kickoff classic at “JERRYS WORLD”. Auburn, Ole Miss, and Arkansas all of the SEC West came away with impressive wins. Mississippi State will struggle in 2015 after having dynamite team last season. Notre Dame running back Tarean Folston was lost for the season with an ACL injury in the home win over Texas. Fighting Irish quarterback Malik Zaire is going to be one of the best at the position in College Football this season.
The ranked Stanford Cardinal will drop out of the top 25 with their loss at Northwestern. Head Coach David Shaw must regroup after the upset. Northwestern was supposed to be on the way back three season’s ago after a bowl victory over Mississippi State in 2012 but has posted back to back 5-7 campaigns. Wildcats head coach Pat Fitzgerald believes his team is on the rise. The Temple Owls feel down 10-0 the big brother Penn State in Philadelphia before scoring the next twenty-seven points. Sending the Nittany Lions back to “HAPPY VALLEY with the loss. Nothing compared to the miraculous victory of the BYU Cougars, who won at Nebraska on a hail mary. Nebraska head coach Mike Reilly must regroup his troops after the devastating loss. The Tennessee Volunteers of the SEC East beat a very solid Bowling Green team in the opener in Nashville. The Butch Jones coached “VOL” are a solid choice to win the East Division of the Southeastern Conference.
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