April 15, 2024

Weekly Analysis 2021: post week 7 superlatives

College Football Week 13 Superlatives

The best game: LSU over Florida.

The coach I wish I was: Georgia’s Kirby Smart.

The coach I wouldn’t want to be: Arizona’s Jedd Fisch.

The team that impressed: Cincinnati.

The defensive slugest: Michigan State over Indiana.

The offensive shootout: Ole Miss over Tennessee.

The team that disappointed: Iowa.

The Heisman favorite: Alabama’s Bryce Young.

The best conference: SEC.

The worst conference: ACC.

The best team: Georgia.

The underrated coach: Oklahoma State’s Mike Gundy.

The overrated coach: Florida’s Dan Mullen.

The underrated player: Cincinnati’s Desmond Ridder.

The breakout performance: LSU’s T. Davis-Price’s 36 carries, 287 yards and three touchdowns.

The biggest upset: Purdue over Iowa.

The upset no one seen coming: Auburn over Arkansas.

The team that wants to hit the reset button: Nebraska.

The blowout everyone predicted: Alabama over Mississippi State.

The underrated team: Oklahoma State.

The overrated team: Oregon.

The feel-good story: Colorado’s first shutout victory since September of 2015.

The horror show: BYU’s second-straight loss to an unranked team.

The must-see game in week 8: USC at Notre Dame.

The team nobody’s talking about: UTSA.

The team with an elite offense: Oklahoma.

The team with an elite defense: Georgia.

The team that was desperate for a win: Texas Tech.

The surprising blowout: Pittsburgh over Virginia Tech.

The surprising close game: Oregon over California.

The best comeback game: Oklahoma State over Texas.

The defense that got exposed: Iowa.

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

The dangerous Group of Five team: Coastal Carolina.

Cool in the clutch: Ole Miss’ Matt Corral.

Give that coach a raise: Michigan State’s Mel Tucker.

Man, they’re good: Cincinnati.

Wow, they’re bad: Vanderbilt.