Ole Miss entered The Swamp with a 4-0 record and a No. 3 national ranking. Despite facing an improving Florida squad, the Rebels were favored to win by more than a touchdown according to Las Vegas odds makers.
Week 6 of the 2015 college football season starts on Thursday night with SMU visiting Houston and USC hosting Washington. Two games dot the schedule on Friday, including a key ACC matchup between NC State and Virginia Tech. But as usual, the action picks up on Saturday with a slew of important games.
The SEC’s marquee matchups last Saturday turned into one-sided affairs. Alabama easily handled Georgia, while Florida upset Ole Miss in surprising fashion. Will Week 6 bring any surprises to the league? Tennessee is looking to get back on track after losing its last three games against Power 5 teams this year.
Welcome back to the roller coaster that is the 2015 college football season! Just went we think we've got it all figured out, Ole Miss, Notre Dame and UCLA lay eggs. Ohio State and Michigan State look beatable. TCU and Baylor leave their defenses at home. The door to the top floor of college football has been a revolving one so far.
Nick Saban is not the biggest fan of the media. It just looks like he hates answering questions.
Granted some reporters' questions are stupid, but it's a part of the job of a college football coach is to grin and bear it. During a press conference, the Alabama head coach was asked how he helps his players deal with the constant media coverage and he got a little fired up.