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Stanford Offense vs. USC on Saturday
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College GameDay Final's Trev Alberts, Mark May and Rece Davis weigh in with their biggest impressions from Saturday's action.
Coming into this season, I thought the ACC was the best conference in America, but it's not. A number of the teams are disappointing to me, and almost all the ones I expected to be strong are being hurt by a lack of production from their quarterback. Miami and Florida State get all of the attention, but Virginia might be the best team in the ACC at this point.
We don't know what kind of team Stanford is, but you have to give USC a lot of credit for coming from behind on the road to win. Pete Carroll and his staff made all the right adjustments at halftime, and the team responded like champions in the second half. The score may not have been what you'd expect from a No. 1 team against Stanford, but USC showed a lot in winning this game.
We talk a lot about BCS Busters, but with all due respect to Fresno State and Utah, Louisville is the one team that really stands out to me right now. At every position, they physically look like a team you'd expect to see in a major conference. I expect them to compete with Miami, and if they can win that game in the Orange Bowl, they'll get more attention than any non-BCS team ever has.