College Football Roundup Week 4: What It All Means, Winners, Losers, Overrated, Underrated

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College Football Roundup Week 4: What It All Means, Winners, Losers, Overrated, Underrated

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College Football Roundup Week 4: What It All Means, Winners, Losers, Overrated, Underrated

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The Most Overrated Thing Was …

About 128 college football teams.

On a day of zaniness across the board – more on that in the What It All Means section – Alabama had Southern Miss.

It was hardly anything to get into a sweat over, and America blew off the 63-14 win as Alabama being Alabama, but Oregon struggled for about three quarters against a bad Arizona. Oklahoma didn’t look like a world-beater against West Virginia, Clemson lost, and on and on and on.

Auburn had to pull a rabbit out of its hat to get by Georgia State.

Vanderbilt might be having a few problems, but it’s an SEC program at home against Georgia. The final score was 62-0, and that’s because Georgia didn’t want to make it 162-0.

It was 35-0 in the first 12 minutes.

We’re just about to turn the corner into October, and there are plenty of big matchups coming up soon for both the Crimson Tide and the Dawgs. But for now, the idea of the College Football Playoff seems like it’s going to come down to this.

Was Florida’s chance to convert the two-point conversion a few weeks ago the closest anyone will get to the Crimson Tide? Was a healthy Clemson defense as close as good as it’s going to get against a Georgia team that’s getting better and stronger reach week?

We know who the two best teams in college football are after the first month. Now it’s time to find who else can make it four.

– ND O & D, OU O Winners & Losers
– ACC out of CFP?: One Really Big Thing
– Hello, Texas: Most Underrated Thing
– Wild, wacky, weird Week 4 What It All Means, Week 4

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