A Thousand Points of Spite: Week 3 judginess
Scariest stat line. Robert Griffin III, with an identical number of touchdown passes and incompletions (eight each) this season.
Saddest box score. Wake Forest ran up the score on Gardner-Webb, but that was after Josh Harris was tackled in his own endzone for a safety. The final, laughable score: WF 48, GW 5.
Worst halftime harbinger. Penn State's drum major, doing himself harm in the halftime show.
Worst conditioning. Todd Graham, even you have to stretch a little in pregame.
Most adjective-defying announcer combo. Pam Ward and ... Dan Hawkins?
Worst bad habit. Houston Nutt has now recorded losses to three different Vanderbilt head coaches.
Worst hook. Florida State really needed two whole plays to realize EJ Manuel was operating with one arm?
Most surprising outcome. Louisville and Kentucky finishing Saturday's rivalry game with both teams in double digits on the scoreboard.
World's Best Boss: Ron Cherry doing what Ron Cherry does best; namely, reminding everyone around him that he and he alone will determine the pace of play. Honorable mention: Whoever it was mixing up USC and USC in the Coliseum.
Most connecting flights home for spring break. Seung Hoon Choi, hailing from South Korea and starting at left guard for Nebraska.
Most logical reaction to certain doom. North Texas' Derek Thomas, who can be forgiven for his language given that he was unfortunate enough to be placed in the path of Alabama's Jesse Williams (who's a long way from home himself).
Best light show. This enterprising Miami fan.
Best alternative team nickname. The University of Texas Fighting Foswhitts.
Worst comedic timing. Syracuse and Pitt.Most unseemly grooming ritual. Gatorade bath celebrating the defeat of ... Presbyterian