What I Loved and Hated from College Football Week 14

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What I Loved and Hated from College Football Week 14
Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY Sports

These are the Saturdays you remember. You’ll remember where you were, who you were with, what delicious pork product you were eating—goodness, I hope you were eating pork—and you’ll recall screaming like a child at your television, hoping it will never end.

Week 14 was so good, so spectacular, that many unbelievable moments were swept under the rug. While Auburn was returning its “Kick Six”—nice job with the name, Internet—there were other incredible happenings.

Wisconsin lost as more than a three-touchdown favorite to Penn State, Baylor almost lost as an enormous favorite against TCU, and Southern Miss won a football game and scored more than 60 points. If you’ve been following along all year, the last result is probably the most shocking of them all.

Yes, there was Auburn’s miraculous 109-yard return, but this was not the only notable moment. There was an absurd catch from Jarvis Landry, a field-goal kicker showing off his finely manicured body hair and a team that was handed the old 1st-and-42 in an actual game. Also, someone re-created the season's most spectacular moment using Tecmo Bowl.

Yeah, it was that good.

Here’s what I loved and hated about Week 14.

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