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Chip Kelly at UCLA is under immense pressure to deliver this year for the Bruins.  He's got the staff he wants.  He's got a ton of scholarships.  He's got some excellent players.  Tonight his Bruins embarrassed #16 LSU.  Sure, LSU had a heavy load of home town worries.  Sure Coach Obergon is under a lot of pressure to deliver a winner.  Put all that aside, UCLA dominated the Tigers and is now 2-0.  Look out Pac 12.

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Meanwhile Alabama beat Miami and Notre Dame slipped past Florida State.

Texas beat Louisiana.  

This week could be more intriguing.  Seems like offense is the order of the day.  Who has a good defense?

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9 hours ago, hollywood said:

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Meanwhile Alabama beat Miami and Notre Dame slipped past Florida State.

Texas beat Louisiana.  

This week could be more intriguing.  Seems like offense is the order of the day.  Who has a good defense?

Guessing you didn't watch the Alabama vs Miami game. The 'Canes didn't cross midfield until their last possession of the 1st half 😆 😎 Final score 44-13. A paltry 88 yards rushing, 178 passing. Barring more injuries, this might be the best defense of the Saban era.

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KJ Jefferson of Arkansas got hurt but the Razorbacks still beat the favored Aggies.  Next week could be a key game against the Georgia Bulldogs.  Will Jefferson recover?  Will he lead his team to an upset victory over Georgia?

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So Georgia routed Arkansas.  Alabama is putting Ole Miss away.  Texas got a monkey off it's back by besting TCU in Fort Worth.  The stakes are high for next week's Red River Rivalry.

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So Chip Kelly and his wounded QB managed to beat no win Arizona.  Now, UCLA has to face a murderer's row of tough PAC 12 teams (Washington, Oregon and Utah).  Good luck.  Amazingly, Alabama lost to A&M (hey, you can't win forever, but the season isn't over).  I'm still scratching my head wondering how Texas with such a great first 3 minutes managed to fall to OU.  An OU v. Alabama game might be interesting, but as the score in the Texas game showed OU hasn't much defense (other than ball stripping).

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UCLA stomped USC so it seems Chip Kelly has saved his job for another year.  Meanwhile, Steve Sarkisian is enduring a terrible year with the Longhorns.  Better build back better next year, Steve.

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