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OK, so this game would have likely made our list no matter what had happened between Alabama and Michigan last weekend.
But since the Crimson Tide showed that they are a cut about the rest of the nation with last week's thumping of the Wolverines, we just couldn't resist featuring this as our cupcake of the week.
Alabama had absolutely no problem dispatching Michigan, and Western Kentucky is no Michigan.
The Hilltoppers joined the FBS as a full-time member in 2008. They won two games that season, both against FCS programs.
In 2009, WKU went 0-12. In 2010, again won just two games, but thankfully against FBS opponents this time (although they were both Sun Belt programs).
Last season, the Hilltoppers finally broke through—sort of—to put together a decent 7-5 season. But they still have yet to beat any program from a BCS AQ conference, and those seven wins weren't enough to attract any bowl offers (WKU has trouble putting fans in the seats).
While it's beginning to look like Western Kentucky is emerging from the fog of FBS transition, the program is still a long, long, long way off from coming anywhere close to competing with an AQ program, much less one from the SEC.
If Alabama can knock off a Top 10 team like Michigan by a score of 41-14, what will the margin of victory be against Western Kentucky?
At least Alabama isn't playing a team from the FCS. That giant, cream-filled, sugar-coated, frosting-topped cupcake will have to wait until Alabama's November 17 date with Western Carolina.
Still, WKU's inferiority compared to Alabama is more than enough to make this game the tastiest cupcake of Week 2.
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