USC's strength of schedule (or "strength" of "schedule") is going to take yet another big hit as Oregon is getting throttled at home by Boise State. (Now, Boise State is a very good team, but it also exposes Oregon as not nearly as good as they seemed to look three weeks ago. By comparison, Miami throttling Texas A&M in College Station -- even if A&M isn't what they once were -- is a defense of how Florida's win over The U. was perhaps better than you thought.)
Tim Tebow is making plays: The jump-pass TD was fine, but the shovel pass on 3rd and long to put Florida in FG range was better.
Missouri's defense is simply not good. It's offense is great, but its D is not good. (But Chase Daniel did nothing to make me think he isn't the Heisman favorite again this week.)
BYU is on a fast-track for a BCS bowl.
I find myself not believing in Penn State until they actually dominate someone good.
And there goes East Carolina's BCS hopes and dreams -- and likely top 25 ranking.
The Terrelle Pryor Era begins: 4 TDs passing? Wow. Boeckman who?
Northwestern is 4-0, having survived its non-conference schedule for the first time in generations.