Did you think the upsets and shake-ups in the polls would be only for one week? Think again. Here's who won the week and who lost it.
Winner: Top Ten Upsets: Clemson, Washington, Washington State, and Auburn all went down, leaving room for a shake-up in the polls for a second straight week. In fact, this week was a big week for upsets overall. USC's barely escaped against Utah and Texas Tech got routed by West Virginia. Oklahoma, Michigan, and Miami all survived nail-biters in their games.
Winner: Army's Run Game: For a second time this season, Army won a game without completing a pass. This time, it was a close call against Eastern Michigan, 28-27, after the Eagles failed to convert a two-point conversion in the final minute. Ahmad Bradshaw led the Black Knights' rush attack with 19 carries for 171 yards and a touchdown. Army had a total of 413 rush yards.
Winners: Ohio State Buckeyes: All that talk about a young offense not finding its groove and clicking seems ready to be put to rest as the Buckeyes demolished Nebraska, 56-14. In their game, all their drives have had at least seven plays, showing that Urban Meyer's team can grind down defenses with ease. Their next game will be a tough test at home against Saquon Barkley and Penn State.
Loser: Michigan's Discipline: The Wolverines may have won on the road in overtime against Indiana, 27-20. But Michigan had a school-record 16 penalties in the game. Next week, the Wolverines better be ready and more disciplined for a well-rested Penn State team on the road.
Losers: Washington State Cougars: The fact that the Huskies lost in a trap game in Berkeley is one thing. But to only muster three points in the entire affair is another.
Other Winners: Iowa State, Georgia's offense, Memphis, Darrell Langham
Other Losers: Texas Tech in the fourth quarter, Eastern Michigan's late two-point conversion attempt, Louisville
Playoff Four (At The Moment):
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