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Quick Response to Week 7’s Biggest Matches: Georgia vs Kentucky, Purdue vs Iowa, Cincinnati vs UCF, Oklahoma vs TCU, Michigan State vs Indiana, Ole Miss vs Tennessee, Oklahoma State vs Texas, and LSU vs Florida


College Football Big Game Reaction: Week 7

– Week 7 Scoreboard, Predictions

Week 7 Big Game Reactions
-Oklahoma State 32, Texas 24
– Ole Miss 31, Tennessee 26
—Michigan State 20, Indiana 15
-Oklahoma 52, TCU 31
– Cincinnati 56, UCF 21
—Purdue 24, Iowa 7
– Georgia 30, Kentucky 13

LSU 49, Florida 42 Comment

Find two more interesting back-to-back games in a recent series than the ones Florida and LSU came up with.

Last year, the Tigers won a thriller in the fog, and this time they pulled the game – and possibly the Ed Orgeron era – out of the fire in an optional defensive fight.

Tyrion Davis-Price ran for 287 yards and three scores, and LSU didn’t even gain possession time, surpassing a total of 35 yards.

Florida was supposed to be the running team — it almost got rid of the upset over Alabama with the ground attack — but it was bottled up by the Tigers and had to throw to win. That was a problem.

The yards were there — 350 of them — but Anthony Richardson and Emory Jones threw two picks each, and the -4 sales margin proved to be the difference as the Gators dove out of the SEC title chase.

Now what, after losing three of the last five games? Georgia in two weeks. At this point, however, the game doesn’t really matter three games behind the Dawgs in the East.

However, this mattered to LSU.

It’s technically still in the SEC title hunt after this, but forget that. the Tigers needed this to stay alive for a bowl game, and that’s hardly a given even at 4-3.

However, at the end of November there should be a victory over ULM …

A&M will close at Ole Miss, in Alabama, Arkansas and Texas.

For now, LSU took a big win, it was fun, the running game looked great and Orgeron’s voice was cashed in after it was over – all as it should be.

Week 7 Big Game Reactions
-Oklahoma State 32, Texas 24
– Ole Miss 31, Tennessee 26
—Michigan State 20, Indiana 15
-Oklahoma 52, TCU 31
– Cincinnati 56, UCF 21
—Purdue 24, Iowa 7
– Georgia 30, Kentucky 13

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