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Discussion in 'Sports' started by Alcott, Sep 6, 2004.
Which, if any, of these games with a clear favorite will be upsets?
Congratulations to 2 of us for calling one.
I still can't believe Notre Dame won a game!! I was hoping they would go winless this season.
K-State losing wasn't a shock, but how badly they lost was surprising. Nebraska's loss also shows that the Big 12 may be a little weak this year. It is a good thing for Oklahoma that they took strength of schedule and quality wins out of the BCS formula this year. (Wouldn't it be great if the changes made because of OU last season actually HELP the Sooners this year. )
Texas only survived their trip to Fayetteville, AR with a win because of 2 huge Arkansas mistakes, the horrible snap resulting in a safety and the Matt Jones fumble preventing the winning field goal attempt. Since most people thought it would be a blowout, was Arkansas better than everyone thought or is texas worse than people thought?
Clemson followed Florida State's example and turned a victory into a defeat in the closing seconds of the 4th quarter. There were several very exciting games this past week. It could be a very interesting season.