There were a few changes in college football overnight, thanks to losses by Michigan State, Miami and Missouri. I guess the teams that start with the letter M just weren't meant to have a good day on Saturday.
The human polls had Oregon in front of Auburn, and the computers agreed when the BCS rankings came out Sunday night.
At least the humans and the computer chips agree that Oregon and Auburn are the best two teams in the country. So apparently there's some good news with the BCS.
So what did you learn from this week in college football? Was it the fact that Boise State hurt themselves by playing on a Tuesday night just because they wanted the attention? Or was it the fact that Missouri was never going to finish the season unbeaten and it was just a matter of time before it got its first loss?
Whatever it was, I'm sure I learned it as well. Let's have some fun as we wrap up another week in college football.