For those of you who are new to Sully’s College Football Page, please note! To view last weeks results; click on the web address above and it will take you to our Game Page, once there, click in the Game Date Box. A calendar will drop down, last week’s games were played on, 10/29, 30, & the 31st. Simply point and click on any of the above dates, hit search, and the games will present themselves!
Use the View Game Tab on the right end of the box score and it will show you a comparison of the two teams that played last week. What the numbers should have looked like based on the pre-game stats, and then, what actually happened in the Historical data. The Historical Data shows the number of times these teams have met on the Grid Iron since 2009, who won, & a statistical readout of the game. Check it out!
The site predicted that OSU would beat PSU, 41-26 (the Bucks actually won 38-25), the numbers indicated that Ohio State would convert 52.4% of their attempts on 3rd down, (it was actually 55%), and win the Turnover battle by 1, (that is exactly what happened, PSU 1 OSU 0)! Like I said check out the View Game Tab and you can do this for all games played in week 10!
One final note: You cannot use this feature on the day of the game!
Some games of note in week 9:
Michigan State shocked Michigan, 27-24, in the Big House.
Northwestern, who finished last in the B-10 West Division in 2019, beat Iowa, 21-20, and is now 2-0 in 2020! Way to go Fitz!
Texas knocked Oklahoma State from the unbeaten ranks, 41-34, in OT. The B-12, for all intent & purpose, is out of the CFP!
Auburn slobber-knocked the defending national champs, LSU, 48-11, in what is becoming a theme in 2020, as the Tigers once feared defense is no where to be found.
Clemson survived a fired up Boston College, 34-28, playing w/o their generational QB, Trevor Lawrence.
Virginia upset, Mack Brown & North Carolina, in Charlottesville, 44-41. This was UNC 2nd loss of 2020 and may have eliminated the Heels’ from the ACC championship game.
Cincinnati, who lost twice to Memphis in 2019, (regular season meeting & the AAC Championship game), had their revenge, whippin’ the Tigers, 49-10, and are now in the American Conference drivers seat!
Ohio State dominated Penn State @ State College, 38-25, holding the Lions to 44 yards rushing and 3 of 9 on 3rd down.