Kudos to the college football gods who provided me with enough undefeated, revived programming to continue on this list. Of the seven teams with Michael J. Fox’s backing, three of them lost two. Miami, Florida and Texas all lost again on Saturday, and only one of them to a top competitor.
Not only did the Hurricanes lose to Middle Tennessee State, they got a Bane break and were sent to The Pit for rehab until they could climb out of the tether. A week and a half ago, Tyler van Dyke was hailed as the kind of quarterback that U were missing, but he went missing by his coach’s decision, having to be benched in the second half of a 45-minute defeat. thirty first.
The Longhorns fell to Texas Tech’s backup QB, and it’s only fair that the Red Raiders widened the playing field as Texas was also starting its second game. After doubling Tech, 70-35, a year ago, Texas lost the battle for revenue (2-0), possession tug-of-war (36 minutes to 24), total offense output (479) to 426), and games (37-34).
They needed a goal 48 yards from Bert Auburn to send it to OT, where Bijan Robinson played the ball in the first take of extra time. Maybe Steve Sarkisian knows something we don’t because he was hesitant to let his star run the ball again in accordance with regulation despite Robinson’s 15 runs in the 101 meters and two points in time. there. He gave his team a 31-17 lead at the end of the third inning, and only touched the ball five more times the whole game.
I was going to write about Florida’s defeat to Tennessee in the intro, but they’re 5th in this ranking and I’ll try to clear up the confusion right now I guess.