- TCU vs. Texas Tech -- I really do not care to talk about this game. I'm still not over it. Sure our offense was questionable at best but the officiating was some of the worst I have seen. I don't like when people blame a game on the referees but there were several game-changing calls that were made that even the announcers agreed were unfair to TCU. I will hand it to Tech that I think they are going to be a better team then most predicted, but they did not necessarily deserve that win. I'm not sure we did either. I just wish we could have played a fair game to find out.
- UT vs. Ole Miss -- After Texas' loss to BYU last week I was interested to see if they improved this week. They did not. If this continues, I can't imagine that UT will keep Mack Brown around for another year.
- Honestly the majority of the games this week were not that exciting to me because they are mostly pre-season games where powerhouse teams take on the ultimate underdogs. I didn't see any big upsets from these games this week either. I'm looking forward to getting into the conference games more next week.
- Of course, I have to talk about the much-anticipated Alabama vs. Texas A&M game. I'm not a fan of either of these teams. I grew up with a
hatredstrong dislike for the Aggies but it also doesn't feel right rooting for Alabama over a Texas team. Oh and did I mention I can't stand Johnny Manziel? But who can really? I think the fact that he is a tremendously talented player with a less than likable personality is almost old news by now. I don't even think his own coach likes him (although I'm sure he's happy to have him as his quarterback). The offensive showdown between these teams made for a highly entertaining football game. As much as it pains me to admit, they are both strong football teams with solid quarterbacks and I will be interested to see how the rest of their seasons play out.