So many things to talk about today, I don't know where to begin.
Saturday Night Shockers: Double-digit underdogs win every week in every sport.
But when Baylor stunned No. 1 Kansas State at virtually the same time Stanford was upsetting No. 2 Oregon, it threw the college football world upside down.
Now, Notre Dame is No. 1 and in the driver's seat to play in the BCS National Championship Game.
All it must do is beat Southern Cal.
Its opponent? More than likely, the winner of the SEC title game, either Alabama or Georgia.
Ironically, had Ohio State been eligible, we would have been looking at two Midwest teams playing each other and the SEC spending the winter complaining about it.
Second Guessing: That's become the favorite sport in West Virginia these days, with many fans of the state's flagship university questioning whether WVU moved too fast in joining the Big 12.
They definitely got some fuel for their fire this weekend when the Big Ten announced it was considering adding Rutgers and Maryland.
Neither of those athletic programs can compare to what WVU has accomplished in recent years, nor is either school as good a geographical fit as West Virginia.
One would have to imagine had WVU been available, it would have been a Big Ten target.
But we'll likely never know. Thus, the second guessing game will continue indefinitely, or until everyone gets tired of playing it.
A Loss Is A Loss: Yes, WVU's 50-49 loss to Oklahoma Saturday night was exciting and Tavon Austin's performance was historic. But let's remember what former Mountaineer head coach Rich Rod Rodriguez said about such games: "We're not into moral victories around here.'' Well said, coach.
Basketball: When WVU's football team lost its fourth straight game, I wrote that instead of looking forward to a major bowl game, Mountaineer fans now were looking forward to, er, basketball.
After watching WVU score two points in the first eight minutes of its season opener against Gonzaga, I may have to retract that one. Things didn't get much better the rest of the game.
I thought about writing this headline on top of the Gonzaga story: WVU Can't Play Basketball Either.
Charlie Weis: The Kansas football coach made a classy move Saturday.
Saying he wanted KU students to watch the final home game of the senior members of the Jayhawks football team, Weis agreed to buy every student a ticket.
(Student tickets at Kansas are $10 each.)
No word on how many left long before the game was over, as the Jayhawks were blown out 51-23 by WVU's Friday opponent, Iowa State.
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