|ESPN.com: College Football||[Print without images]|
|Team||Remaining opponents winning pct.||Ranked teams remaining on schedule|
|USC (6-0)||.417||Notre Dame|
|Miami (5-0)||.529||Virginia, Virginia Tech|
|Wisconsin (7-0)||.600||Iowa (AP only)|
|Boise State (6-0)||.423||None|
College GameDay Final's Trev Alberts, Mark May and Rece Davis weigh in with their biggest impressions from Saturday's action.
I've finally seen enough to be convinced that Auburn is the best team in the SEC. Quarterback Jason Campbell is the reason. Entering the season, he was the biggest question mark regarding whether this team could contend for the title. Not only is Campbell playing well enough to help them win, but he's playing like a Heisman candidate right now.
USC put Arizona State away before the end of the first half, but the game was really won much earlier in the week when offensive coordinator Norm Chow put together his game plan. He had to make some adjustments to account for the loss of wide receiver Steve Smith, and he did it brilliantly with Dwayne Jarrett and the best weapon in college football, Reggie Bush. The Sun Devils never really had a chance.
People were talking about Oklahoma State as a darkhorse in the Big 12 South, but Texas A&M handled them easily. What Dennis Franchione has done to turn his team around since getting blown out by Utah is simply remarkable. A&M now looks like a legitimate contender in the Big 12, and Reggie McNeal may be the best two-way threat as a quarterback in all of college football.