College GameDay: Week Four
September 26, 2015 8:45 AM - Season 29, Episode 4 - Subscribe

A slow week on the college football landscape, with only two matchups between top 25 teams (both in the Pac-12).

#9 UCLA visits #16 Arizona for the lead in the Pac-12 South. Both teams are 3-0, and this one should be an offensive slugfest, with high-profile Bruin linebacker Myles Jack out for the rest of the season and high-profile Wildcat linebacker Scooby Wright probably just barely back from a minor injury.

#13 Oregon (last year's runner-up in the first-ever College Football Playoff) is trying to get back on track after its Week 2 loss to now-#2 Michigan State by hosting #18 Utah, which is 3-0 and still looking for its first trip to the Pac-12 Championship after three straight fifth-place finishes in the South.

The rest of the top teams are mostly fighting cupcakes, with #1 and #2 Ohio State and Michigan State fighting directional Michigan schools (Western and Central, respectively) with a combined 60.5 point spread. The closest thing to a match for the rest of the top 10 is #3 Ole Miss taking on perennial SEC cellar-dweller Vanderbilt.
posted by Etrigan (2 comments total)
I was all ready to take in Florida vs Tennessee, then wasn't able to watch it. I could have watched it long after it aired, but I just opted to check out the result, and darn that was a good game.
posted by cashman at 7:26 PM on September 26, 2015

I watched this run by Michigan's De'Veon Smith against BYU five times and I still don't know where the hell he came from out of that scrum. The next 60 yards of the run is just icing, but what icing it is.
posted by Etrigan at 8:47 PM on September 26, 2015 [1 favorite]

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