Archive for November 29th, 2021

Big Upsets In Rivalry Week In College Football, Bucs Defender Laughs When Tooth Falls Out, WR Deebo’s Rushing Stats


There were some important NFL games over the weekend, but the big stories came from rivalry week in the college football world.

With only one week to go in the regular season, three big matchups stirred up some drama. Here’s what happened:

Michigan beat Ohio State for the first time in 10 years. With the win, the Wolverines will play in the Big Ten championship game and may even get a College Football Playoff birth. And, Ohio State’s hopes for a playoff berth are essentially over. Michigan 42, Ohio State 27.

Alabama beat Auburn 24-22 to win the Iron Bowl, but it didn’t look pretty. The Crimson Tide needed four overtimes to pull off the win. They will now face #1 ranked Georgia next weekend for the SEC Championship.

Oklahoma State barely edged out Oklahoma 37-33 and knocked the Sooners out of the playoff race.

For the rest of the College Football Playoff picture, click here.

In the NFL, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers showed some real strength (especially with Leonard Fournette’s four touchdowns) in their win over the Indianapolis Colts. The Bucs defense also did their part and even had a laugh when their defensive lineman Vita Vea lost a tooth caused by a helmet to his mouth.

The San Francisco 49ers have won three straight games and have moved up in the NFC rankings thanks to the rushing efforts of wide receiver Deebo Samuel. He’s the first wide receiver since 1967 with a rushing touchdown in three straight games.



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