The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly: Week 11

By: Tony Thomas  November 14, 2019


Here is a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly performances from Week 11 (team rankings are from Week 11):

The Good

#2 LSU 46  –  #3 Alabama 41: The Tigers break an 8-year losing streak to the Tide, scoring the most points ever against a Nick Saban-coached Alabama team. Both teams combined for 1100 yards of total offense. QB Joe Burrow was 31 of 39, 393 yards and 3 TDs and no INTs. RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire gained 180 total yards and scored 4 TDs. Tide QB Tua Tagolaivoa threw for 418 yards and 4 TDs on 21 of 40 passing, and 1 INT. WR Devonta Smith had 7 catches for 203 yards and 2 TDs. WR Jaylen Waddle added a 77-yard punt return for a score.

The Bad

#4 Penn State 26 – #17 Minnesota 31: The Golden Gophers intercepted PSU QB Sean Clifford 3 times, including one in the end zone late in the 4th quarter to secure the victory. The Nittany Lions had been in the top 4 of the first round of the College Football Playoff rankings (CFP). Both teams combined for 978 yards of total offense. Minnesota QB Tanner Morgan was 18 of 20 for 339 yards and 3 TDs, and WR Rashod Bateman had 7 catches for 203 yards and a TD. DB Antoine Winfield Jr. had 2 INTs to go along with 11 tackles.

The Ugly

#1 Ohio State 73 – Maryland 14: The Buckeyes racked up 705 yards of total offense and 40 first downs, scored 6 touchdowns on the ground, totaled 7 sacks and 11 tackles for loss, but they also committed 13 penalties for 141 yards. The Terps were held scoreless in the 1st half and only gained 139 total yards: 62 rushing and 77 passing, while gaining just 16 first downs.

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