When The Devy Breaks: Bryce Love Looks To Regain His 2017 Form
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When the Devy Breaks travels the college football landscape, keeping you up-to-date on last week’s results, previewing the big upcoming tilts, and providing updated devy rankings.Last weekend gave us a handful of notable upsets, led by Kentucky defeating Mississippi State on the shoulders of Benny Snell Jr. who had a monster game on the ground (25/165/4). Texas Tech beat Oklahoma State 41-17 in Stillwater, led by emerging freshman star QB Alan Bowman. An ultra-efficient effort from QB David Blough helped Purdue to their first win of the season against a red hot Boston College team, 30-13. And for the second week in a row, Texas defied the critics by beating a solid team at home, handling TCU 31-16. On the other end of the spectrum, all teams ranked in the top 10 entering the weekend won easily, with the exception of Oklahoma and Stanford. They needed overtime to stave off upset bids from Army and Oregon, respectively. Looking ahead to Week 5, we get two marquee matchups with national title implications. Stanford goes to Notre Dame and Penn State welcomes Ohio State to Happy Valley. If nothing else, make a point to scope those out.