Well, how about those Cardinal, AMIRITE? Nice call putting them in the top ten last week, Steve.
But on the plus side, I have been high on West Virginia all season having them in the top ten each week and now ascending to number five. The Geno Smith onslaught against Baylor was unreal.
Things look to get shaken up soon as we get deeper into conference play. The log-jam of SEC teams should sort itself out as well as some closely ranked Big 12 and Pac 12 teams. I have my eye on Georgia v South Carolina and K-State v WV in particular.
As for the Michigan game from the week prior, I can only echo Subway Domer's many apologies for lack of content. The Michigan Hangover was indeed huge and I felt like the after-effects all last week even though the only booze I drank that day was the whiskey Steve Herring put in my coffee. But the kids LOVED their very first ND game and Mrs. Steve and I loved bringing them. So I leave you with a picture of the Steve in Iowa clan. The kids' expressions capture the sheer joy all of us felt that night. Let's go Irish! Beat Hurricanes!
Glad I could lend a helping hand with the Irish Coffee on GameDay. The hangover from the win has left me crippled with attacks on all fronts. I just hope I can survive & catch the game live on Saturday night.
To be fair, last week I had WV only one spot below FSU which is practically tied. So it's primarily on the basis of the Baylor win and QB play is the reason for the jump. The only mover I had this week is the Mountaineers. I've been a Florida State skeptic all season (you can read past posts) and didn't move them into the top ten until they beat Clemson. And also to be fair FSU looked decent versus a game South Florida team.
@TheSubwayDomer you have the Noles at 7? How in the world has Notre Dame, WVU, etc done enough to jump us?