Week four was statement Saturday in college football. College SportsCast was on hand to watch all the big games. Ohio State scored from the 1-yard line as time expired to beat Notre Dame in South Bend 17-14 in an excellent defensive battle. In a game that was 3-0 at the half the Buckeyes late drive gave them perhaps the biggest statement of the weekend.
NEWS: Notre Dame vs. Ohio State averaged 10.5M viewers on NBC🔥— On3 (@On3sports) September 25, 2023
That is 'on par' with the 2023 NBA Finals, the 2022 MLB World Series, and 4 times the viewership of the 2023 NHL Stanley Cup🤯
(h/t @RossDellenger) pic.twitter.com/fwafkbf0ei
Another huge statement was the late game heroics of quarterback Travis Jordan to wide receiver Keon Coleman for Florida State (FSU) to comeback and beat Clemson in overtime at Death Valley. As FSU won against Clemson for the first time in seven years and the first time in Clemson since the Seminoles Championship 2013 season.
Keon Coleman leads the ACC in Receiving TDs so far this season (6) 🥶🍢 pic.twitter.com/pchQobUIRT— College Football Report (@CFBRep) September 24, 2023
Alabama bounced back to win a top 15 matchup in Tuscaloosa against Ole Miss and Washington State and quarterback Cameron Ward was impressive in a win over ranked Oregon State at home. Oregon made big statement versus Colorado and head coach Deion Sanders 42-6 and Penn State had a sensational win at home over Iowa 31-0.
College SportsCast Top 25
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1. Georgia 2. Michigan 3. Ohio State 4. FSU 5. Texas 6. Penn State 7. Washington 8. USC 9. Oregon 10. Utah 11. Notre Dame 12. Alabama 13. LSU 14. Washington State 15. Oklahoma 16. North Carolina 17. Duke 18. Oregon State 19. Ole Miss 20. Tennessee 21. Kansas State 22. Kentucky 23. Missouri 24. Miami 25. Kansas
Lines for Week 5 of the college football season are out.— Barrett Sallee 🇺🇸 (@BarrettSallee) September 25, 2023
Texas, USC open as big favorites vs. conference upstarts.
Here are the lines for all of the top games:https://t.co/4iwCHdfDmT
This Saturday Sept 30th closes the first full month in college football with four more AP Top 25 ranked versus ranked opponents. Things are heating up and the landscape is beginning to take shape. Three new teams entered our poll this week as Missouri, Miami, and Kansas take the last remaining spots as Clemson, Iowa, and Colorado fall out.
More people need to talk about this duo— CFBTalkDaily (@CFBTalkDaily) September 25, 2023
Willing Mizzou into a top 25 ranking pic.twitter.com/j6hdW0yXoG
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