April 20, 2024

Weekly Analysis: post week two superlatives

College Football Week 13 Superlatives

The best game: Colorado over Nebraska.

The coach I wish I was: LSU’s Ed Orgeron.

The coach I wouldn’t want to be: UCLA’s Chip Kelly.

The team that impressed: Maryland.

The team that disappointed: Stanford.

The Heisman favorite: Oklahoma’s Jalen Hurts.

The transfer quarterback who delivered: Missouri’s Kelly Bryant.

The best conference: SEC.

The worst conference: Pac-12.

The best team: Clemson.

The underrated coach: North Carolina’s Mack Brown.

The overrated coach: Syracuse’s Dino Babers.

The biggest upset: USC over Stanford.

The team that wants to hit the reset button: Miami

The upset no one seen coming: California over Washington.

The upset everyone predicted: BYU over Tennessee.

The underrated team: Wisconsin.

The overrated team: Texas.

The feel-good story: Mel Tucker and Colorado’s 2-0 start.

The horror show: Tennessee’s 0-2 start.

The must-see game in week three: Iowa State vs. Iowa.

The team nobody’s talking about: Washington State.

The team with an elite offense: Alabama.

The team with an elite defense: Iowa.

The surprising blowout: Maryland 63, Syracuse 20.

The surprising close game: Michigan 24, Army 21, (OT)/Florida State 45, La-Monroe 44 (OT).

The team that got exposed: Washington.

The coach with the most to prove: Nebraska’s Scott Frost.

The dangerous Group of Five team: Hawaii.

The star quarterback who struggled: Texas A&M’s Kellen Mond.

The young quarterback who shined: USC’s Kedon Slovis