Another number one goes done this week in College Football which had its share of upsets – Here are the best photos from week 7 in College Football.
Cam Newton, King of Auburn
Auburn’s quarterback Cam Newton starred in their wild 65-43 win over Arkansas, running for 188 yards and 3 TD’s and adding 140 yards and a touchdown pass by throwing. Auburn are now 7-0 and just might be number one when the rankings come out later today.
Above The Rest
Another SEC team who are 7-0 are LSU (no.9), who beat McNeese State 32-10, with Michael Ford scoring his first career TD while rushing for 86 yards. The Tigers are 7-0 for the first time since 1973.
Not Going Anywhere
A lot of first time since yesterday in Gainesville – Florida lost their third consecutive regular season game for the first time since 1988, and will probably drop out of the rankings after 89 consecutive weeks in the top 25. The Mississippi State Bulldogs (5-2), who scored only one touchdown in their “ugly” 10-7 win, thanks to quarterback Chris Relf, won in Ganiesville for the first time since 1965.
Another Number One Goes Down – Badgers Storm the Field
It was wild at Madison last night, as Wisconsin became the second Number one buster a week after Alabama dropped their first game of the year, running all over Jim Tressel’s Buckeyes. Wisconsin (6-1) enjoyed a great day from their two tailbacks, John Clay (104 yards, 2 TD’s) and James White (75 yards, TD), beating a no.1 ranked team for the first time since 1981. Ohio State lost for the third consecutive time going into a game ranked number one.
Watch the Head
This photo is from a huge tackle by Ole Miss’ Marcus Temple on ‘Bamas Darius Hanks, and it was certainly a rough game in Tuscaloosa yesterday, as Alabama bounced back, beating the Rebels 23-10, with Trent Richardson finishing with 221 total yards and one touchdown, making a screen pass into an 85 yard score. Saban’s Tide are now 6-1 while Ole Miss dropped to 3-3.
That’s Not the Ball
Nebraksa just couldn’t get their offense going, as the Texas Longhorns (4-2) beat the no.5 team in the nation with a lot of defense, keeping Taylor Martinez at only 21 yards on the ground after averaging 147 coming into the game. From the picture you can tell the passing game (4 for 12) didn’t go very well for Martinez and the Cornhuskers.