Andrew Doughty
Monday September 14th, 2015

Upset City

After failing to see any truly surprising upsets in Week 1, we saw a slew of them in Week 2, along with a bunch of entertaining storylines. Houston celebrated their victory over Louisville with an awesome team dance to Future's "Comma", Bowling Green humiliated Maryland with a 48-27 blowout win and Toledo shocked Arkansas in Little Rock. Razorbacks head coach Bret Bielema became the Week 2 Goat just days after he ripped Ohio State for a weak schedule. As expected, his Twitter mentions were insane after the crushing loss.

Oklahoma's win over Tennessee and BYU's victory over Boise State weren't stunning upsets, but both were fine entertainment. OU rallied from a 17-0 deficit to win in overtime and BYU's Tanner Mangum heaved another Hail Mary.

Random fact: Did you know that Mangum was co-MVP with Jameis Winston at the 2011 Elite 11 Camp?


April Goss

Rarely do FBS kickers make (or join) history in blowout victories over FCS opponents but that's exactly what Kent State's April Goss did on Saturday. She became the second female kicker to ever score in a college football game when she booted an extra point through the uprights during their win over Delaware State:


Party Like It's 1988!

Eastern Michigan won their first non-conference road game in 27 years ... 27 years! The Eagles beat Wyoming 48-27.


Blowout City

In honor of the Pennsylvania high school football game that ended with a score of 107-90 (one guy rushed for 720 yards and 10 TDs ... not kidding), here's a list of every 100-point game by power conference schools that you never knew you needed ... but is a really cool trip through history.


Potty Mouth

Oklahoma linebacker Eric Striker unleashed some SEC-related NSFW comments toward the crowd after the Sooners' comeback win against Tennessee. Vols coach Butch Jones took exception with Striker and told him to have some class.


They're At It Again!

Remember when Florida linemen were the laughing stock of college football in November 2013 after blocking each other? Well, two Gator defenders did something similar to clinch their victory over East Carolina and it was equally hilarious.


Rocket Fuel

Toledo rolled out of Fayetteville with a victory over the Razorbacks ( plus a $1 million payday) and former Rockets/current Browns receiver Andrew Hawkins was loving it:


Specialist Pride

Why are you not following Minnesota punter Peter Mortell or Gopher Specialists on Twitter? They produce gems like these:

Winning Return

Former Michigan State and current Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell returned to East Lansing for his alma mater's enormous non-conference win over Oregon:


Odds and Ends

Are these the 12 rudest college football fan bases? ... Ohio State RB Ezekiel Elliott understands the Buckeyes need Michigan State to be good in 2015, roots for them against Oregon ... OU's win over Tennessee wasn't the best thing to happen to Sooner nation this weekend ... Here are the 11 best college football Instagram photos of the week ... and10 amazing college football stats from Week 2 ... Computer program trains college students to be less offensive ... Two Utah players were shot, but are expected to fully recover ... Interesting look at why the White House abandoned college rankings ... Ohio State is no longer a unanimous No. 1 in AP poll ... Colleges are using couches on campus to make it less awkward meeting new people ... Michigan State WR Aaron Burbridge is a specimen ... The father of Auburn RB Peyton Barber went ballistic when his son scored the game-winning touchdown against Jacksonville State... Ranking the 10 greatest Hail Marys in CFB history.


Don't Do It...Don't...He Did It


Lesson Learned?

Florida head coach Jim McElwain unloaded a tongue lashing for the ages after running back Kelvin Taylor drew an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for a throat slash touchdown celebration:

Taylor took to Twitter on Sunday to send out a classy message:


Never Forget

Friday marked the 14th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, causing many to recall the hours and days following the horrific event. Some of those memories involve sporting events, including college football. South Carolina and Mississippi State played the first college football game after the attacks and it was an emotional environment unlike any other:

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