Week Four College Football Recap

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Alabama 48 Kent State 0

https://twitter.com/SECNetwork/status/779740046484275200 Nick Saban welcomed in his alma matar with a 48 point beatdown. The story of the game is the injury to RB Damien Harris. This something that you never want to see. Harris is a player that Kentucky fans know well and should hate to see it. The Tide welcome in the Cats next week for a game under the lights in Tuscaloosa.

Ole Miss 45 Georgia 14

https://twitter.com/SECNetwork/status/779734397041901568 Chad Kelly passed for 282 yards and rushed for 53 to combine for 3 touchdowns in a huge win for Ole Miss. It was the largest win over a ranked opponent for the Rebels. They led the game 45-0 midway through the 3rd quarter before giving up two late touchdowns. The Bulldogs welcome in Tennessee next week, while Ole Miss will try and get revenge against Memphis.

Tennessee 38 Florida 28

https://twitter.com/GaryALee68/status/779814311623405568 Tennessee scored 38 unanswered points to help lead the Vols to a huge comeback victory against the Gators. Joshua Dobbs finally showed his true form by passing for 319 yards and 4 touchdowns. The Vols will hope to continue on the winning track in Athens next week, while Florida will visit Vanderbilt.

Mississippi State 47 UMass 35

https://twitter.com/UMassFootball/status/780045851653726208 Mississippi State trailed at the half by one before turning it on in the second half to win 47-35. Nick Fitzgerald passed for 299 yards for 3 touchdowns, while also rushing for 110. Mississippi State has a well needed bye next week before playing Auburn on October 7th.

Missouri 79 Delaware State 0

https://twitter.com/SECNetwork/status/779801708272750592 This wasn't even close. Drew Lock passed for 402 yards and 5 touchdowns leading the Tigers to 51 first half points. The teams agreed to play two 10 minutes quarters at halftime and for the Hornets, this was a great call. Missouri now will head to LSU to see if they can continue their hot offense.

Vanderbilt 31 Western Kentucky 30 (OT)

https://twitter.com/GormleyKSR/status/779832488894038016 Vanderbilt scored a touchdown on the last play of regulation and intercepted the Hilltoppers 2-pt conversion attempt in Overtime. The Tops had multiple turnovers that ended up costing them the game. Ralph Webb was a difference maker as he rushed for 95 yards and 3 touchdowns. Vanderbilt welcomes in Florida next week, while WKU welcomes in Houston Baptist.

Auburn 18 LSU 13

https://twitter.com/WeNotSocks/status/779867447121838080 The last play of the game has everyone talking. Danny Etling threw a touchdown pass with no time remaining and LSU believed they had won. After reviewing the play, the referee noticed that LSU did not get the play off in time and Auburn won the game. Daniel Carlson kicked 6 field goals in the Auburn win. Auburn welcomes in UL-Monore, while LSU welcomes in Missouri. Note: This was my favorite play of the weekend. Check it out below. https://twitter.com/LukeHolcomb/status/779859755342848002

Texas A&M 45 Arkansas 24

https://twitter.com/JasmineLWatkins/status/779862197824544768 Trevor Knight continued to be extremely impressive this year as he passed for 225 yards and rushed for 157. Knight had touchdown runs of 42 and 48 and passing touchdowns of 92 and 9. For Arkansas, Austin Allen passed for 371 yards and 2 touchdowns. The Razorbacks welcome in Alcorn State next week, while Texas A&M visits South Carolina.

Wisconsin 30 Michigan State 6

https://twitter.com/thefanaticsview/status/779807557867048960 Yup, I was wrong about this one. Michigan State seemed to not even show up to the stadium as Wisconsin destroyed the Spartans. The Wisconsin defense forced four turnovers including a 66 yard fumble recovery for a touchdown. In fact, it was such a one-sided game, that the play everyone is talking about is from above. Michigan State head coach, Mark Dantonio seems to disappear somehow.

Louisville 59 Marshall 28

https://twitter.com/MoonShineTD/status/779842797025185793 Yeah, Lamar Jackson is really good. He passed for 417 yards and 5 touchdowns, while "only" adding 62 yards on the ground and 2 touchdowns. The picture above does show what a fantastic environment that Marshall created. I love the "stripe the stands" effect and would love to see the Cats try it for a game this year. Let me know in the comments if you would support Kentucky trying a checkerboard/stripes pattern for a future game.

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