What I Loved and Hated from College Football Week 9

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What I Loved and Hated from College Football Week 9
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Every now and then, we are reminded just how valuable a kicker can be. Typically the reminder comes courtesy of ultimate heartbreak, as it did for Missouri in Week 9.

Kicking a small, oddly shaped ball between two yellow poles is a strange enough practice as is. When there is high stress involved, with an entire team sitting on one man’s shoulders, a bizarre task becomes slightly more complicated. 

And perhaps “complicated” is just a small portion of the emotion pie.

Elsewhere, Week 9 was all about the bands and the magical things they can muster up. One band was scolded, another spelled out a familiar football word and the Ohio State band continues to dominate the BCS rankings (Band Championship Series, and this should be a real thing).

The end of Week 9 means we have to write “Week 10” going forward, and there is nothing comforting in reaching double digits.

Before we get there, however, here’s what I loved and hated about the week that was.

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