What I Loved and Hated from College Football Week 8

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What I Loved and Hated from College Football Week 8
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For the second weekend in a row, there was carnage. And I suppose we shouldn't be surprised.

Five AP teams situated in the top 10 lost, creating yet another dramatic shakeup. It’s a shakeup the likes of Baylor, Missouri and other big movers upward will welcome for the time being.

The main course, of course, was the latest ‘Game of the Week of the Century of the Millennium.' It was over in roughly 25 minutes. Florida State went into Clemson and manhandled the Tigers. In doing so, the Seminoles debuted at No. 2 in the first BCS rankings.

Oh, those are out again, too.

Elsewhere, ESPN’s College GameDay was both weird and awesome, the catch of the year was found not once but twice, and the targeting ejection rule continues to be absolutely terrible.

Here’s what I loved and hated from Week 8.

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