|West Virginia running back Andrew Buie ran for 207 yards and two touchdowns in a 48-45 win over Texas. (US Presswire)|
For the first time since 2002, No. 3 (Florida State), No. 4 (LSU), and No. 5 (Georgia) all lost in the same day. When we woke up on Sunday, the AP and coaches polls reflected the change at the top of college football we witnessed in action on Saturday.
Bryan Fischer and I sit down to recap a wild Week 6 in college football, taking a closer look at the biggest top-25 games and their conference title race implications. Bryan was in Austin to witness West Virginia's first Big 12 road win against Texas, and I hopped over to Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh to check what became Florida State's second half breakdown against N.C. State.
After going over those two games, and the bleak future for the ACC in the 2012 BCS picture, we take a look around the country and focus on the rest of the top-25 action and make our selections for the Fisch and Chips Week 6 Honor Roll.
In a hurry? Check the contents below for specific topics
0:00 - Fischer Intro
1:00 - How West Virginia leaned on its running game to beat Texas
6:15 - What is ahead for Texas after the loss?
9:00 - Florida State-NC State
14:00 - What has happened to the ACC?
15:30 - Florida and LSU -- what's going right and what's going wrong?
20:00 - South Carolina's dominating win over Georgia
23:10 - Looking at the SEC East battle
28:15 - Fisch and Chips Honor Roll
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