Random Thoughts From The College Football Weekend That Was

Oklahoma State 67 ½ favorite over Savannah StateSavannah State failed to cover a 67 1/2-point spread (largest in football history), falling to Oklahoma State 84-0 in their opener, while collecting a check of nearly $400,000 in the process. 

Next up for the Tigers, a date with Florida State in Tallahassee.

Oregon led Arkansas State 50-3, after only 23 minutes of play, before coasting to a 57-34 win versus the 2011 Sun Belt Conference champs.

Nebraska extended their nation-leading season opener winning streak to 27, defeating Southern Mississippi, in the Cornhuskers' 319th consecutive sellout.

Hawaii was a 42-point underdog to USC, but covered the spread in
losing 49-10 to the Trojans.

Nevada upset Cal 31-24, for their first win in Berkeley since 1903.  The Wolf pack is now 2-23 all-time in road games versus the Golden Bears.