College football winners and losers led by Notre Dame, Georgia

College football winners and losers led by Notre Dame, Georgia

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The phase is designed for one of the most anticipated games in the 2019 season.

Ref. 3 led Arkansas State 34-0 at half-time and she was pushing through 55-0. Behind five of the sides from Ian Book quarterback, Notre Dame scored the first 35 points in the game in dismantling 66-14 New Mexico. After a high expectation of the year, in light of the forecasted expectations of both teams, the Bulldogs and Fighting Irish are coming in shape.

And just in time: Georgia will host Notre Dame next Saturday in a field button to ease across the Foroinne Bowl in the race for the College Football Games.

The receiver Lawrence Cager (15) across Georgia celebrates with colleagues after a landing pass against the State of Arkansas. (Photo: Dale Zanine, SAM TODAY Sports)

The previous meeting was a classic between the two blue bloods. Georgia's 20-19 victory in the South Bend was a great motivation behind pushing the boys in the final national championship game, which eventually fell flat in Alabama. From a Notre Dame perspective, a disappointing loss at the moment helped to revive life into a program that came from a rare season lost.

The Irish beat seven consecutive victories and finished the 2017 season with a 21-17 victory against LSU in the Citrus Bowl. Last year's team launched a regular unbleached season before they ran into Clemson in the national semifinals.

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Beating Georgia Dome Notre Dame would enter the top five of the Amway Coaches Poll. In the meantime, a victory from Georgia would be a place for validating the Villas among the best teams in college football, and it would set up a date with Crimson Tide or LSU in early December to decide on the SEC championship. and the playoff berth. Based on Saturdays, both teams seem to be challenged.

Here is the rest of the winners and losers from action on Saturday:

Winners

Central Florida

No reply. 16 UCF was the first two consecutive tests against Power Five as they suddenly unloaded Stanford without a raid, falling 38 points by half-time – most of which were approved by Cardinal in half since 2005 – and cruising to win 45 -27. Dillon Gabriel spent the true male figure for 347 yards and four in his second career. While Stanford is struggling, the determined nature of the victory itself should greatly enhance the ranking of the Knights in the Amway Coaches Poll, not to mention their national credibility.

Ohio State Offense

After answering an anti-season full of questions about his ability to enter a No. 6 Buckeyes, a post-Georgia transfer, Justin Fields, answered three consecutive games at an All-American level. In Saturday 51-10 win against Indiana, Fields 14 completed their 24 attempts at 199 yards and three landings; he had 14 scores in three, five on the ground. So to answer any emerging issues: Ohio State has good hands.

State of Kansas

A former North Dakota State coach, Chris Klieman, is now 3-0 with the Wildcats after a great win – if he is a little-road at Mississippi State. The 31-24 victory against a pegged opponent to finish last year's eight victory in the West West rugged send a great statement about early-tenure Klieman: Kansas Kansas style and methodological approach could end up on the antidote to the high-powered third large part of Big 12. If Kftman aspires to, remember that he won four national titles of Football Sub-Championship and that he lost six games for five seasons with the Bison.

Kansas State coach, Chris Klieman, celebrates a fan after the team beat the Mississippi State. (Photo: Matt Bush, USA TODAY Sports) t

East Michigan

EMU had more than four games in season once since 1996 when he hired Chris Creighton from Drake after the 2010 season. Illinois 34-31 hitting a field goal a second time, the Eagles are tackling each of the last three seasons. Already with two bowl offers under its zone and a third, according to this fall, Creighton has done a lot of work from the national radar.

Around Tagovailoa

The first 400-yard game at his junior was in Alabama and was one of the most promising performances in the history of programming in the 47-23 win at Crimson Tide against South Carolina. One of a game played by Scott Hunter for 484 yards in 1969 was 444 yards Tagovailoa. His five-game record-winers connected Alabama. And after 28 of his 37 attempts to reach, Tagovailoa is doing 76.9% of his throws now through a game.

Iowa

Firstly, take a moment to think in a brutal way to lose: Iowa State planned to go ahead in the fourth quarter to win in this series of rivals, with only one of its obstacles to see at plow. to return to return that Iowa would return to seal the victory. Painful. From a Iowa perspective, the 18-17 road victory against an opponent will culminate in a top 25 top spot on the resumption of Hawkeyes entering conference play.

Losses

The ACC

You cannot mention how the ACC succeeded on Saturday without a quick return to Friday Friday, when Boston College first won the Jayhawks Kansas against the Power Five opposition since 2008. t protection of Eagles typically 567 yards total proportion, 329 coming to the ground by 7.3 yards per transportation. It was the first time that the league was celebrated, but it is not the last. Pittsburgh lost 17-10 to compete with Penn State. North Carolina lost 44-27 to West Virginia's team who just got scored in the home of the weekend loss to Missouri. Virginia Tech had Furman to abandon 14-3 at half-time before he got a 24-17 victory out. And one week after the top of South Florida, Georgia Tech lost 27-24 in overtime to The Citadel. Good thing is Clemson at the ACC to carry the flag.

Maryland

There will be a short-lived strip in Poland of Coaches at No. 1 of the Order. Having won your contribution against Howard and Syracuse – the Saturday offense came first in scoring – Maryland finished only 41% of his efforts and averaged 3.5 yards against the person in the Temple. (This could still be progressed, because the Owls win 35-14 in this series last season.) While rude awakening begins after this commendable start, Maryland will have the opportunity to offset this loss when it hosts Penn State on September.

Southern California

The Trojans left last weekend with the wind after a 45-20 victory against Stanford. The past seven days have changed dramatically. For one person, this loss does not make sense for the Cardinal. Earlier this week, athletics director, Lynn Swann, announced that he was retiring, adding to the likely appearance of this last season. Then there were 30-27 Saturday overtime losses at Brigham Young. In general, it is a week that stands as a microcosm of existence under USC – combining drama outside the field with on-site failure.

Michigan State

Give credit to Arizona State from Michigan State to hit a Spartans game. As part of an ugly game, Sun Devils scored a late destination to take 10-7 lead and then became a beneficiary of a penalty for the Spartans defending the game to overtime – Michigan State 42- t Goal of the yard to tie the game in the final seconds at 10-10 but he was penalized for too many men on the pitch, turning the effort into a 47 yard game lost by kick Matt Coghlin. (This was one of the three lost on Coghlin's day, including a 31-yard effort.) Mark Dantonio's trial of offensive duties among staff did not make positive results against high-quality competition. .

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