CFB: Week 5 recap

Week 5 of the college football season more than made up for last week's lackluster slate of games. In the SEC alone, we saw Georgia defeat LSU in thrilling fashion, South Carolina struggle in a win over Central Florida, and Alabama needing a second-half surge to pull away from Ole Miss. Over in the Big 12, Oklahoma beat Notre Dame for just the second time in 11 meetings while Oklahoma State was upset by an unranked West Virgina squad.

  • Is Georgia a legitimate national championship contender?

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      62%
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      38%

    Discuss (Total votes: 49,929)

  • Who is the best quarterback in the SEC?

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    Discuss (Total votes: 34,633)

  • What do you make of South Carolina's struggles against Central Florida?

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    Discuss (Total votes: 24,613)

  • South Carolina QB Connor Shaw is expected to miss up to three weeks with a right shoulder sprain. How will the Gamecocks fare over the next three games without him (vs. Kentucky, at Arkansas, at Tennessee)?

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    Discuss (Total votes: 23,073)

  • Alabama led Ole Miss 9-0 at halftime. How surprised are you by the Crimson Tide's first-half struggles?

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      19%
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      45%
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      36%

    Discuss (Total votes: 8,703)

  • Is Alabama the best team in the country?

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      52%
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      48%

    Discuss (Total votes: 188,589)

  • Should Notre Dame drop out of the Top 25 after a 35-21 loss to Oklahoma?

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      85%
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      15%

    Discuss (Total votes: 23,794)

  • How big was West Virginia's 30-21 upset of No. 11 Oklahoma State?

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      64%
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      36%

    Discuss (Total votes: 25,790)

  • Which was the more surprising near-upset?

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      60%
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      40%

    Discuss (Total votes: 8,275)

  • Which team will win the Big 12?

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      52%
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      7%
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      8%
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      7%

    Discuss (Total votes: 8,261)

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