In college football, style points matter and winning ugly can hurt your ranking more than losing despite playing well. Last week proved that to be true, when LSU slipped in the rankings from No. 2 to No. 3 after edging Auburn. Which Top 25 teams will find themselves disappointed as a result of Saturday's efforts?
More uggghhh than UGA?
No. 5 Georgia held on to beat Tennessee despite coughing up a 17-point lead and yielding 44 points. Will the Vols' rally cost the Bulldogs?
Urban Meyer could not have been pleased to see No. 14 Ohio State turn the ball over three times. But his defense held Michigan State's Le'Veon Bell to 45 yards and got the win.
The defense rests
Stedman Bailey caught five of Geno Smith's eight TD passes as West Virginia scored 70 points. That's the good news. The bad news? Baylor scored 63 on the Mountaineers' defense.
Better late than never
Connor Shaw helped No. 6 South Carolina score 31 unanswered points against Kentucky. But that was after spotting the Wildcats a 17-7 lead.