Updated: Sep 26
College Football weekend in review
J. Harris - Boston Mountain Publishing
Monday, September 19, 2022, 11:09 AM
Top College Football Game Reviews:
Texas A&M 17 vs Miami 9
After a disappointing loss for A&M the week before, they were able to bounce back with a must win against the Hurricanes. A&M’s defense looked elite all night as they have most of this season. As for the offense, they struggled even under new QB Max Johnson. Miami was unable to get into the end zone all night and will look to get back on track next week vs Middle Tennessee State.
Oregon 41 vs BYU 20
Many people, including myself, thought after last week's win verses Baylor, BYU was as legit as it gets. BYU really had a shot to run the table this season and make the playoffs. Oregon didn't care about any of that talk though as they out played BYU as soon as the ball was kicked off.
NC State 27 vs Texas Tech 14
After Texas Tech upset Houston at home last week, a lot of people started putting the Wolfpack on upset watch this week. In a hard-fought game between the two teams, NC State was clearly the better team. Texas Tech looked solid which may offer them some hope to make a run in the BIG 12.
Washington 39 vs Michigan State 28
Coming in was a hot Michigan State team who has had a lot of expectations for this season, but they walked into a hostile environment at Washington and got torched from the beginning to the end of this game. Michigan State didn't play a terrible team, but as expected when a Big Ten and a PAC 12 team matchup, the two play styles are completely different and it was easy to see that the Spartans just didn't know how to guard the pass offense walking into this week.
RB Arkansas Razorbacks
22 car, 167 yds rushing, 7.6 average
2 receptions, 75 yds, 1 TD
25/37 284 yds passing, 2 TD
Rushing: 2 TD
QB Ohio State
22/27 367 yds passing, 5 TD
WR Michigan State
9 receptions 116 yds 12.9 avg, 2 TD
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