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SCS.comTHE WEEKEND'S BEST
Weekend of October 30, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
It was another wild day in college football. Of course, any day that Baylor wins a conference game has to be a little special, and that good feeling was also felt in a couple of ACC towns. Two of the country's biggest upsets took place in that conference this weekend as Maryland knocked off Florida State and North Carolina toppled Miami. WR Braylon Edwards aided Michigan in an OT win over Michigan State....[MORE]

SCS.comAROUND THE COLLEGE NATION
October 28, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
One of the top contenders for the 2004 national title could be bumped out of the race this week. Oklahoma, currently ranked second in the BCS after being ranked third in the initial poll, will travel across the state to take on rival Oklahoma State. The Cowboys have had major success against Bob Stoops in recent years. A win over the Sooners this year would give teams like Miami and Auburn....[MORE]

SCS.comTUNE THE TUBE - THE WEEK'S TOP GAMES
Weekend of October 30, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Bedlam. That's what they call these throwdowns between the Sooners and Cowboys. And that's a great word for this rivalry, because to be honest, these teams don't like each other...not one bit. Though you may not realize it, while Oklahoma has been the team competing for BCS bowls and the national title in recent years, it's the Cowboys of OSU who have won two of the last three meetings....[MORE]

SCS.comTHE WEEKEND'S BEST
Weekend of October 23, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
If offense is what you like, then I hope you did not miss the thriller between UAB and Tulane in New Orleans. Green Wave QB Lester Ricard led the way, throwing for over 400 yards and four TDs. Forty-nine points were scored in the fourth quarter alone. The shocker of the week goes to Mississippi State. Sly Croom got his Bulldogs on track with an upset of Florida, while Michigan continued to roll in the Big Ten....[MORE]

SCS.comAROUND THE COLLEGE NATION
October 21, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
With the much-anticipated BCS standings premiering this past Monday, most of the experts had projected over the weekend that the initial rankings would have Southern Cal at the top followed by the Oklahoma Sooners at number two. Problem is, when the standings were released to the public early Monday, it was USC in the top spot, but the Trojans were followed by Miami at number two...not Oklahoma....[MORE]

SCS.comTUNE THE TUBE - THE WEEK'S TOP GAMES
Weekend of October 23, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Chuck Amato's team had a lot to prove coming into the season. Many said that his team was only as good as former QB Philip Rivers allowed them to be, but with returning stars like RB T.A. McLendon, Amato and the Wolfpack have kept the train in Raleigh rolling. Miami has gotten the job done so far this season, often not in a pretty way, yet effective thus far. Most recently, the 'Canes survived a shootout....[MORE]

SCS.comTHE WEEKEND'S BEST
Weekend of October 16, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
One of the biggest surprises of the past weekend was Iowa's thumping of Ohio State. That victory was made possible by Hawkeye QB Drew Tate, one of the top performers last week. Though disappointed by their loss to USC a week ago, the Cal Bears, led by WR Geoff McArthur, rebounded and knocked off in-state rival UCLA. And don't look now, but Texas A&M is making some noise in the Big XII....[MORE]

SCS.comAROUND THE COLLEGE NATION
October 14, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Yeah, yeah, I know...it's football season. But do you realize that college basketball is less than one month away? In fact, the season gets underway just four weeks from today with the opening rounds of the Coaches vs Cancer Classic set to begin on Thursday, November 11. Speaking of that Coaches vs Cancer Classic, which sort of ushers in the 2004 - 2005 season, there is potential for a great round....[MORE]

SCS.comTUNE THE TUBE - THE WEEK'S TOP GAMES
Weekend of October 16, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Not many people would have believed you if you had told them Purdue and Wisconsin would be the Big Ten's best two teams heading into mid-October, but that certainly seems to be the case. Ohio State has fallen apart in recent weeks, while Michigan and Minnesota, both very good teams, have both sustained losses already this season. The Badgers and Boilers are two of only fourteen teams....[MORE]

SCS.comTHE WEEKEND'S BEST
Weekend of October 9, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
ESPN called in Showdown Saturday, but many of the nation's top games didn't turn out like the experts thought. One of those upsets took place in Pullman, WA as QB Kellen Clemens led his Oregon Ducks over Washington State. True freshman RB Adrian Peterson showed his stuff on Saturday as Oklahoma topped Texas, while Wisconsin proved they might be BCS worthy with a big victory at Ohio State....[MORE]

SCS.comAROUND THE COLLEGE NATION
October 7, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
California was the lone team to knock off Southern Cal last season, and it cost the Trojans sole possession of the national title. One loss all season cost USC big, and it came in triple overtime. Not only are the Bears responsible for last year's "co-national championship," but the teams are also in-state rivals, which always adds a little flare to things. When you consider the revenge theory....[MORE]

SCS.comTUNE THE TUBE - THE WEEK'S TOP GAMES
Weekend of October 9, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Once again, it looks like this game will determine the winner of the Big XII South. The Sooners have gotten the best of Mac Brown's Longhorns four consecutive seasons, and like all the years before, the UT fans believe that this year may be theirs. And maybe with good reason. Star RB Cedric Benson is off to a fabulous start. The senior is the nation's third-leading rusher so far this season....[MORE]

SCS.comTHE WEEKEND'S BEST
Weekend of October 2, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
It was a weekend of big games and even bigger performances in Week Five. Several big names like Kyle Orton and DeAngelo Williams just went crazy on their opponent this weekend. A name just coming up on the national scene is Ryan Moats, a RB from Louisiana Tech. The Bulldogs upset Fresno State this past weekend thanks mostly to Moats' four TDs. The team of the week award goes to Auburn....[MORE]

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