Posted by Chip Patterson
The list of undefeated teams continues to shrink as conference play delivers another weekend of upsets and memorable finishes. Adam Aizer and J. Darin Darst run down the biggest stories from the week that was in the Week Nine Review.
It was a wild weekend in the Big 12, with Oklahoma State putting up video game numbers (again) and Missouri pulling off a road upset in overtime. Speaking of overtime, Andrew Luck needed three of them to lead the Cardinal to victory against USC in the Coliseum. Adam and Darin discuss what we can take away from watching how Stanford responded to the challenge from the Trojans. They also break down some of the more surprising one loss teams in college football - as in, how have these teams not lost a second game. Tune in to hear if your favorite team made the list. Catch up on all the action you missed in this edition of the CBSSports.com College Football Podcast.
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PODCAST: Week Nine Review
Posted on: October 31, 2011 6:26 pm
Edited on: November 4, 2011 11:57 am
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