After an upside down 2007 school football season loaded with shocks, the 2008 school football season started like the same old thing. No under 20 groups among the AP’s Top 25 Preseason Poll won their opener.
It is difficult to call 2 of the 5 losing groups as a resentful No. 9 Clemson lost at home to No. 24 Alabama 34-10, and No. 20 Illinois lost to No. 6 Missouri 52-42 out and about. This was a preseason survey and each of the 4 groups were positioned.
The solitary three genuine bombshells were No. 17 Virginia Tech’s misfortune to have East Carolina, 27-22, since East Carolina was unranked, No. 25 Pittsburgh losing its opener at home to unranked Bowling Green 27-17, and No. 18 Tennessee’s extra time misfortune to have UCLA 27-24.
The 20 positioned winning groups piled up some beautiful great opening triumphs:
No. 1 Georgia facilitated and crushed 1-AA Georgia Southern 45-21. Georgia has Central Michigan next, another simple adversary.
No. 2 Ohio State facilitated and shut out 1-AA Youngstown State 43-0. Ohio State has in-state rival Ohio next.
No. 3 Southern California (USC) went to Virginia and won effectively out and about 52-7. USC requires seven days off and afterward has Ohio State on Sept. 13, giving them heaps of time to plan for the Buckeyes.
No. 4 Oklahoma facilitated and tore separated 1-AA Chattanooga 57-2. Oklahoma has Cincinnati next, another lightweight.
No. 5 Florida facilitated Hawaii and gave the Warriors a sample of top contest, 56-10. Florida has in-state rival Miami next.
No. 6 Missouri facilitated and crushed No. 20 Illinois 52-42. Both of these groups ought to be acceptable again this year, yet it doesn’t show up than both of them has a protection against a decent offense. Missouri has in-state rival Southeast Missouri State straightaway while Illinois has in-state rival Eastern Illinois. น้ำตกในจีน Both should win without any problem.
No. 7 Louisiana State (LSU) saw 1-AA Appalachian State coming to Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge and expeditiously asked them to leave for good with a 41-13 misfortune. LSU has Troy next. Troy ought to get run over.
No. 8 West Virginia facilitated and crushed 1-AA Villanova 48-21. West Virginia goes to East Carolina next and the Mountaineers from the Big East Conference would do well to be on their game. The East Carolina Pirates from Conference USA are on a hotshot roll. Mentor Skip Holtz drove East Carolina past Boise State last year in the Hawaii Bowl, giving him two enormous successes in succession.
No. 10 Auburn facilitated and shut out Louisiana-Monroe 34-zip. Coppery hosts Southern Mississippi next.
No. 11 Texas facilitated and crushed Florida Atlantic 52-10. Texas goes to in-state rival Texas-El Paso (UTEP) next, another simple rival for the Longhorns.
No. 12 Texas Tech’s pass-glad offense passed up 1-AA guest Eastern Washington 49-24 and will head out to Nevada next.
No. 13 Wisconsin devoured Akron 38-17 in the Badgers’ home opener, and host Marshall next. Numerous savants are viewing at Wisconsin as a force to be reckoned with in the Big Ten this year. Akron may concur.
No. 14 Kansas dealt with visiting Florida International like street kill in a 40-10 triumph. The Jayhawks have frail Louisiana Tech next.