Upset Alerts From The College Football & NFL Weekend That Was

West Virginia seven-point underdog vs TexasArizona led Stanford 48-34, in the fourth quarter, but Stanford scored two late touchdowns, sending the game into overtime. The Cardinal eventually won 54-48. Arizona was a nine-point underdog.

U of A QB Matt Scott connected on 45 of 69, for 491 yards, all school records.

West Virginia, who was a seven-point underdog at Texas, upset the Longhorns in a shoot-out 48-45.  

QB Geno Smith now has 24 touchdown passes, with no interceptions for the Mountaineers this season.

Florida was a two-point home underdog, at home in the Swamp, but upset visiting LSU 14-6. The Bayou Bengals had the nation's longest regular season winning streak of 18 consecutive victories snapped.

Northwestern was a three-point underdog at Penn State and led the Nittany Lions 28-17, before giving up 22 straight fourth quarter points, in a 39-28 Penn State victory.

The Pittsburgh Steelers converted a 34-yard field goal, as time expired, eking out a 16-14 victory over the visiting Eagles. Philadelphia was a three-point underdog and although they squandered many scoring opportunities, the Eagles did manage to cover the points spread.

SEASON RECORD:        16-8-1