Sunday, September 23, 2012

Oklahoma's upset, Wisconsin's freshmen, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout SWRT's  Sunday wrap-up of  Saturday's action.

Chokelahoma.Sixth-ranked Oklahoma falls to Kansas State 24-19. (ESPN)

Oklahoma is "not a championship-contending team."
Because Berry Tramel said so. (The Oklahoman

Iowapocalypse Now.
After a devastating 32-31 loss to Central Michigan, Iowa is "unorganized, undisciplined and lucky to be .500." Because Marc Morehouse said so. (The Cedar Rapids Gazette

Hawgageddon.
Arkansas 35-26 home loss to Rutgers pretty sends the Razorbacks further down the downward spiral. (Arkansas Expats)

Tide Blows FAU's Mind (69 Times).
Alabama uses 69 players in the Tide's 40-7 blowout victory against FAU as it gives its backups some playing time. (al.com)

Send Away the Tigers.
LSU edges out Auburn 12-10. (ESPN)

Local Heroes.
Wisconsin manages to avoid being upset by UTEP on Saturday by depending on the redshirt freshman Milwaukee-area talent of quarterback Joel Stave and tailback Melvin Gordon. (The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

I don't want to spoil the party, but I just did.
Notre Dame defeats Michigan 13-6 on Wolverine QB Denard Robinson's birthday. (The Detroit Free Press)

Buffaloes trample Cougars. 
Colorado manages to get its first win of the year as it defeats Washington State 35-34. (The Denver Post)

Georgia crushes Vanderbilt 48-3.
The Bulldogs are now 2-0 against James Franklins in the SEC. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Purple Reign
Northwestern is now 4-0 as it defeats South Dakota 38-7. The Wildcats begin Big Ten conference play on the road at Indiana next week. (The Chicago Tribune)

Beavers beat Bruins. 
Oregon State upsets UCLA 27-20. (Building the Dam)