Week 2 college football winners and losers: Highs and lows for SEC
The SEC has seen better times in the past. The nation's strongest conference, we believe, had a really bad day on Saturday, beginning with No. 1
Alabama's sweat- inducing near call against No. 22 Texas despite being a massive favorite.
Despite winning by a slim margin (20-19), the Crimson Tide's dominance of the USA
TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll is called into question.
Alabama at least avoided suffering what would have been a terrible defeat. No. 6 Texas A&M's defeat to
Appalachian State (17— 14) caused the Aggies to fall in the early Bowl Subdivision
standings and served as further proof why Power Five teams should never schedule the Mountaineers, regardless of location.
Missouri suffered a defeat of 40-12 at the hands of longtime border-state rival
Kansas State. The outstanding running game of the Wildcats