The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly: Week 7

By: Tony Thomas

October 13, 2019


Here is a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly from Week 7 in college football:


The Good

#5 LSU 42 – #7 Florida 28: LSU rolled up 512 yards of total offense against the “Top Ten” defense of the Florida Gators. QB Joe Burrow threw for 293 yards and 3 TDs and zero INTs. Florida came into the game leading the nation in interceptions. The LSU offensive line allowed zero sacks.


The Bad

Unranked South Carolina 20 – #3 Georgia 17, 2OT: The Bulldogs committed 4 turnovers, including 3 INTs by QB Jake Fromm, one of which was returned 53 yards for a touchdown. South Carolina was held scoreless in the 2nd half and in the first OT period. Gamecocks K Parker White kicked a 24-yard FG in the 2nd OT to give South Carolina the lead at 20-17. Then UGA kicker Rodrigo Blankenship missed an FG attempt that would have tied the game.


The Ugly

#6 Wisconsin 38 – Michigan State 0: The Badgers defense notched their 4th shutout of the season and held the Spartans to 149 total yards and 7 first downs and forced 2 interceptions. Wisconsin also had 2 sacks and 5 tackles for loss. Badger RB Johnathan Taylor was held under 100 yards rushing, gaining only 80 yards on 26 carries, an average of 3 yards per carry.

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