NCAA college football games scores from Week 9 include two big upsets now. No. 5 Missouri leads the surprising nfl and college football scores from Saturday (Oct. 26) since the team got upset 27-24 by No. 21 South Carolina within the late game. A missed field goal from the second overtime doomed the Tigers, because the team has now played itself outside of title contention. No. 10 Texas Tech also lost, falling to No. 15 Oklahoma 38-30 in a very really tough road game. That removes a couple of the unbeaten teams on the Week 10 BCS standings.
Several other ranked teams also lost on Saturday, with No. 14 Virginia Tech losing to Duke, No. 24 Nebraska losing 34-23 to Minnesota, and No. 12 UCLA fell to No. 3 Oregon. That's four teams inside the top 14 in the BCS rankings that fell a few days ago, meaning there'll be plenty of movement in the event the new polls emerge. One more ranked team is usually gonna lose from the No. 6 Stanford vs No. 25 Oregon State game on Saturday night.
No. 1 Alabama, No. 2 Florida State, and No. here 4 Ohio State all blew out their opponents, securing their positions at the top on the polls if they turn out on Sunday (Oct. 27). No. 7 Miami barely escaped a game title against Wake Forest, even so the team could still progress up together with the Tigers losing in the great SEC battle. Nobody needs to be surprised if No. 8 Baylor passes them though. It's very clear how the Week 9 NCAA nfl and college football scores will directly impact how a updated BCS rankings look.
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