Written and authored by NCAA Football Expert Analyst Bobby Wallace. Charliessports.com produces it for Football news and notes. Nearly every Television analyst thought the Ole Miss Rebels were going to get a beatdown; it was said to be the revenge factor. The same was to be said about the USC Trojans handling the Stanford Cardinal. The Ohio State Buckeyes were pushed by an extremely average Northern Illinois Football team. Did we forget to mention the Arkansas Razorbacks losing at home again? The “HOGS’ were upset at home by Toledo last Saturday and Texas Tech on September, 19th 2015. What about the performance of the LSU Tigers and sophomore running back Leonard Fournette, who looked like a man among boys in the Tigers win over Auburn. What will be in store for week 4 in the College Football landscape?
Lucky for the Ohio State Buckeyes that nearly every projected playoff team struggled the past weekend. Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer benched starting quarterback Cardale Jones after throwing two interceptions. Enter backup J.T. Barrett, who also had his troubles against a Mid-American Conference foe. Meyer doesn’t know who will be the starter in the next game, it will probably be Jones. Fans in Columbus should not panic their Buckeyes are ready to take it to another level. A look back at the opening weekend of the 2015 College Football season fans will see that the Stanford Cardinal lost to a mediocre Northwestern team on the road. PAC-Twelve experts though it was over for the David Shaw coached football, team. Think again! The Cardinal went into a packed Los Angeles Coliseum and shredded the USC Trojans. The loss in all probability shattered the Trojans chances of playing in the BCS Playoffs. Watch out Oregon in the North Division of the PAC-Twelve! Stanford will be ready for you too.
In 2013 the recruiting class of the University of Mississippi Rebels was the best in the nation, and it’s all coming together for head coach Hugh Freeze. Defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche and wideout Laquon Treadwell were the two best players in the country. Ole Miss landed both, and the duo were instrumental in the Ole Miss win at Alabama. It was clear that Ole Miss was the better team with more talent than Alabama. There was nothing Nick Saban could do about it, face it “BAMA” fans the Crimson Tide are no an elite football squad. LSU dumped Auburn in their SEC-West opener, and the LSU vs. Ole Miss contest will replace the annual Iron Bowl between the two Alabama institutes. The Big Ten Conference was the big winner in week three with Ohio State and Michigan State holding down the top spots. Ole Miss and TCU are tied for third with TCU rounding out the top five.
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