Week 7 Rewind: A Red River upset; Georgia, Stanford hurt BCS chances
Tom Fornelli and Chip Patterson review Missouri-Georgia, Texas-Oklahoma, Utah-Stanford, Wisconsin-Northwestern, Penn State-Michigan, Oregon-Washington, Texas A&M-Ole Miss and more.
Every Sunday, Tom Fornelli and I sit down to review the weekend that was in college football for the rewind edition of the Eye On College Football Podcast.
I'm not a big fan of naming each Saturday during the season, but there was too much shakeup in Week 7 to ignore upsets as the story of the day. From Georgia-Missouri to Johnny Manziel's fourth quarter heroics, the day littered with exciting games on the Top 25 scoreboard. We separated them into "Upsets that happened" and "Upsets that almost happened," before wrapping up with other news and notes and the most impressive individual performances of Week 7.
Check below the audio player for our Top 30 ballots from the CBSSports.com 126 polling. You can see the final rankings here, or let us know what you think in the comment section.
This week's Rewind includes:
-- Missouri's upset coming at a cost, what it means for the SEC East race.
-- Looking for a 2013 Stanford comparison? How about a Pac-12 version of recent LSU teams; riding defense and special teams for game-changing plays (this excludes the Cam Cameron-fueled offensive juggernaut cooked up in a broil during the offseason).
-- More impressed by LSU's defensive pressure or disappointed with Florida's offensive line?
-- News, notes, and most impressive individual performances
Ways to Listen
1) CBSSports.com player below
CHIP AND TOM'S TOP 30
A new names joins Saquon Barkley, Baker Mayfield and JT Barrett in the race
Anderson didn't hold back when taking a shot across the state
Arizona State will wear military-themed uniforms against Colorado on Nov. 4
The Gators are off to their worst start since 2014
Just in case you wanted another reason to watch this game
Irvin's son is a sophomore tight end for the Hurricanes