|Geno Smith's 656 yards and eight touchdowns got a wild Week 5 Saturday started early. (US Presswire)|
Bryan Fischer joins me for another Fisch and Chips edition of the podcast, reviewing a scoreboard-busting Week 5 in college football. After discussing Bryan's first trip to Stillwater, Okla., which includes a glowing review of the bathrooms in T. Boone Pickens Stadium, we dive into the full slate of Top 25 action and discuss some of the biggest takeaways from the weekend.
Geno Smith's numbers were assisted by a seemingly nonexistent Baylor defense, but some of his 45 completions were picture-perfect passes that would have been successful against anyone. I ask if Smith's numbers will be discounted by the opposition, and a larger conversation ensues regarding the shifting styles of offense and defense in the Big 12.
Tune in as we take a trip around the country with Week 5's action. If you are a hurry, check the contents below for specific game topics.
0:00 - Fischer Intro, reviewing the Stillwater game day atmosphere
3:30 - Hard-hitting sports takes regarding stadium bathrooms
4:20 - West Virginia-Baylor
9:40 - Texas-Oklahoma State
13:30 - Georgia-Tennessee
15:20 - South Carolina-Kentucky
17:30 - Brief look ahead to Georgia-South Carolina in Week 6
20:20 - Oregon-Washington State
22:30 - LSU-Towson
25:00 - Florida State-South Florida and the Seminoles' road ahead
30:20 - Ohio State-Michigan State
31:30 - The Fisch and Chips Week 5 Honor Roll
Fisch and Chips Week 5 Honor Roll
Geno Smith, West Virginia QB
Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M QB
Matt McGloin, Penn State QB
Kenjon Barner, Oregon RB
Justin Wilcox, Washington Defensive Coordinator
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