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- Georgia (2-0) defeated Samford (33-0).
While Stetson Bennett’s24-for-34-for-300-yard stat line is worthy of mention, you should write down that the Dawgs just gave permission for only 19 rush yards, 128 total yards, and 13 third-down modification attempts against their FCS opponent.
2.Alabama (2-0) defeated texas(20-19)
Alabama left Texas with 1:29 to play and needed Bryce Young to make the Houdini act to ignore a shameful defeat to the Longhorns.
3. Ohio State (2-0) defeated Arkansas State, (45-12). The Buckeyes’ season-opening win has lost its sheen after Marshall defeated Notre Dame 26-21 in South Bend. The Irish Pay Thundering Herd $1.25 Million To Hand L In Our First Edition Of Money In The Bag This Season On The Number One College Football Show. Marvin Harrison Jr. caught seven passes for 184 yards and three touchdowns Saturday.
- Kentucky (2-0) defeated Florida (26-16).
Mark Stoops doubled Florida in consecutive seasons for the first time since 1976 and 1977, surpassing Paul “Bayer” Bryant for the most wins as head coach in the UK in school history. The Wildcats now challenge a central UGA team for the SEC East Title.
- Michigan (2-0) defeated Hawaii(56-10). It’s hard to overestimate how good Michigan is against an opponent who was backed by a 52-0 lead to go 42-0 at halftime. But the Wolverines are one win away from going 3-0 in their non-conference schedule and look like a team capable of defending their Big Ten title. The Michigan Wolverines got a 7-0 lead over Hawaii when J.J. McCarthy found Roman Wilson on a 42-yard TD pass.
- Arkansas(2-0) defeated South Carolina (44-30). Arkansas hit Gamecock to the ground with five rushing TDs for 295 rush yards. The Razorbacks look like a team challenging the Crimson Tide for the SEC West Crown, and that’s no small feat. The pit boss, Sam Pittman, has Arkansas humming along the right and looking like a team capable of competing for an SEC championship.
- Michigan State(2-0) defeated Akron(52-0) Jalen Berger is becoming the kind of tailback I thought he was capable of when he first arrived in Wisconsin. Against Akron, the transfer moved the rock for 107 yards 17 times. He averages 7.5 yards per carrying through two games for the Spartans and looks like a worthy successor to former Spartan great Kenneth Walker III.
- Clemson(2-0) defeated Furman(35-12).With wins against Georgia Tech and Furman, it’s hard to know how good Dabo Swinney’s Tigers are, but being 2-0 is definitely going to help his cause. The Tigers’ first real challenge doesn’t come until they play North Carolina State on October 1.
- Oklahoma(2-0) defeated Kent State (33-3) . Sooners is yet to be tested and likely won’t be until September 24 when he faces the Kansas State team that demolished Missouri on Saturday. The Sooners, however, have allowed 16 points through two games and conceded at least 16 points in 10 of their 13 games in 2021. The Sooners single-handedly conceded 35 runs to Tulane in last year’s season-opener.
- USC(2-0) defeated Stanford(41-28). USC destroyed its first Pac-12 rival of the Lincoln Riley era. Now 2-0, the Trojans are proving they will be looking for a league crown after winning just four games last season. Quarterback Caleb Williams completed 20 of 27 passes for 341 yards for four TDs in his first Pac-12 game.