March 2, 2024

Weekly Analysis 2022: post week 6 superlatives

College Football Week 13 Superlatives

The best game: Alabama over Texas A&M.

The coach I wish I was: TCU’s Sonny Dykes.

The coach I wouldn’t want to be: Missouri’s Eliah Drinkwitz.

The team that impressed: Tennessee.

The defensive slugfest: Illinois over Iowa.

The offensive shootout: Oklahoma State over Texas Tech.

The team that disappointed: Utah.

The Heisman favorite: Ohio State’s C.J. Strout.

The best conference: SEC.

The worst conference: ACC.

The best team: Ohio State.

The underrated coach: Illinois’ Bret Bielema.

The overrated coach: Texas A&M’s Jimbo Fisher.

The underrated player: UCLA’s Dorian Thompson-Robinson.

The breakout performance: Pittsburgh’s Israel Abanikanda 320 rushing yards, six touchdowns.

The biggest upset: South Carolina over Kentucky.

The upset no one saw coming: Arizona State over Washington.

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

The blowout everyone predicted: Oregon over Arizona.

The underrated team: Tennessee.

The overrated team: Utah.

The feel-good story: Nebraska’s first back-to-back Big Ten victories since 2018.

The horror show: Michigan State’s four-game losing streak.

The must-see game in week 7: Alabama at Tennessee.

The team nobody’s talking about: UCLA.

The team with an elite offense: Ohio State.

The team with an elite defense: Illinois.

The team that was desperate for a win: Wisconsin.

The surprising blowout: Texas over Oklahoma.

The surprising close game: Cincinnati over South Florida.

The best comeback game: Nebraska over Rutgers.

The narrow escape: Oregon State over Stanford.

The defense that got exposed: Utah.

The coach with the most to prove: Stanford David Shaw.

The dangerous Group of Five team: Coastal Carolina.

Cool in the clutch: Kansas State’s Adrian Martinez.

Give that coach a raise: UCLA’s Chip Kelly.

Man, they’re good: USC.

Wow, they’re bad: Oklahoma.