When The Devy Breaks: Greg Dortch Continues To Dominate

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 Saturday night, Ohio State overcame a 13-point deficit with eight minutes left to stun Penn State 27-26, in what ended up being the game of the weekend. Questionable play-calling by the Nittany Lions aside, the Buckeyes’ road win in a tough environment proved why they belong in the national championship discussion. Led by quarterback Will Grier, West Virginia secured a statement win against Texas Tech, Clemson held off Syracuse after freshman QB Trevor Lawrence was knocked out of the game, and Norte Dame squashed Stanford, paving the way for a potential playoff run for the Irish. Kentucky’s 5-0 start is worth mentioning as the Wildcats handled South Carolina, 24-10. LSU stomped Ole Miss, 45-16, Washington cruised by BYU, 45-16, and Oregon beat an upstart California squad on the road in a bounce-back spot, 42-24. This weekend provides us with the annual Red River Showdown between Oklahoma and Texas, a game with legitimate national implications. LSU goes to the Swamp to face the 4-1 Florida Gators. And Florida State travels to Miami (FL) for a game with slightly diminished appeal but a ton of interstate pride on the line.

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