The wheel route is one of the most popular soccer games among many fans of the sport. Maybe it’s because the gameplay is pretty straightforward and pretty nice to see well executed, similar to the trio option or the replay screen is blocked well.
On Saturday, Florida Gators hosted one of the most astonishing wheel route clinics in college football history. Dan Mullen’s team made at least six wheel drive routes hitting more than 170 yards in their win over Georgia, which could have transformed the SEC championship and the Playoff College Football race.
Gators, their only loss at Texas A&M in a game they fumbled with at the last minute, should be favored with at least 10 points in their remaining matches, seemingly destined for the meeting. with Alabama in a SEC championship game could overshadow all offensive records.
On Saturday, QB Kyle Trask pierced the 15th-ranked defense nationwide, hitting the 300-yard mark… after the break. Florida had 571-yard violations – a third of which was essentially on a single route (wheel-drive route!), Something UGA coach Kirby Smart is sure to see in his nightmares.
There is a lot to discuss Saturday’s developments in college football, such as the major media calling the presidential election about 30 minutes before football starts. The real news delayed a game or two, and it also triggered a match of Auburn’s Toomer’s Corner, even though Auburn didn’t even play a single game.
Outside the West, we played Pac-12 football for the first time, and it was the opening match. The USC rallied to defeat the State of Arizona in Los Angeles in the rain. Yes, rain. The Trojan scored two touches of the ball in 92 seconds in the final minutes, both on the fourth kill and once on a smooth pass in the late area after recovering an inside kick. Meanwhile, Oregon, the Pac-12 team in the other top 25, came out late against Stanford.
Big Ten continues to start a strange year. Maryland won at Penn State, Indiana defeated Michigan and Northwestern defeated Nebraska. Over the three weeks of the Big Ten, teams named Indiana, Purdue and Northwestern were 8–0 and teams named Nebraska, Penn State, and Michigan were 1–7.
Hugh Freeze and Liberty won at Virginia Tech to move to 7–0 for the season and 2–0 on the ACC standings (they beat Syracuse earlier this year), and some coaching news as well. appeared at the beginning of the day, when USA Today reported that the State of Utah fired Gary Andersen.
Oh and how can we forget the biggest thing: Notre Dame, facing a somewhat exhausted Clemson team, survived twice as much time working in a warehouse of an affair.
1. Alabama (6–0)
Last match: beat Mississippi State 41–0
Next match: Saturday at LSU
Crimson Tide rested this week ahead of the key, annual clash with the LSU. In the annual bout in college football, this one felt much different. The Tigers are 2-3, have one of the nation’s worst defenses, and are lacking starting midfield. They also won’t have crowds in Baton Rouge to help them out.
2. State of Ohio (3–0)
Last match: defeat Rutgers 49–27
Next match: Saturday in Maryland
Justin Fields had a normal, accurate, and prolific day of competition and Buckeyes beat Rutgers. Need more information? No, it was Rutgers. Moving forward.
3. Notre Dame Cathedral (7–0)
Last match: defeat Clemson 47–40
Next match: Saturday at Boston College
Oh sure, Clemson doesn’t have some of its top players, but beating Clemson is beating Clemson. And the Irish beat Clemson, even when it took two innings. We’re thinking these two teams will meet again in the ACC title game and this time, Lawrence will throw it to CU (oh dear).
4. Clemson (7–1)
Last match: lost to Notre Dame 47–40
Next match: November 21 in Florida
No midfielder started? No backup line started? No defensive midfielder started? Not a problem for the Tigers – until overtime. Clemson bounced back after 10 halves of halftime, taking the lead in the final minutes and then taking the lead in the final seconds. The Irish beat the Tigers twice in extra time.
5. Florida (4–1)
Last match: defeat Georgia 44–28
Next match: Saturday vs. Arkansas
TE Kyle Pitts’s injury is worrying and sure, Gators tend to allow for touches at 70 yards in defense, but choose an attacking unit you want your team to face. rather than Florida? Do not have one. Gators scored at least 38 points per game, turning into the attacking disruptor we saw under Steve Spurrier in the 1990s and Urban Meyer in the 2000s.
6. Cincinnati (6–0)
Last match: beat Houston 38–10
Next match: Friday vs. East Carolina
Is there a country that defends better than what Luke Fickell has built in Cincy? Cougars led by Dana Holgorsen became the latest victims on Saturday, being held up to 282 yards. No competitor this year has scored more than 20 and four out of six have been helped by 10 points or less. Impressive. But impressive enough to enter the playoffs? Their best win is likely to be 4–2 Memphis.
7. BYU (7–0)
Last match: Defeat Boise State 51–17
Next match: November 21 against North Alabama
In what was arguably one of their toughest tests, Cougars went on to prove their place in our Top 10 and continued to hold faint hopes to advance to the Rugby Round. class. QB Zach Wilson ripped off the Broncos on green grass, piling 359 yards after just 21 completions.
8. Texas A&M (5–1)
Last match: defeat South Carolina 48–3
Next match: Saturday in Tennessee
What if I told you that Aggies has a pretty clear path to the College Football Round? The Gamecocks difficulty holds the 9–1 finish for Jimbo Fisher and Co. That means winning at Tennessee and Auburn and beating LSU and Ole Miss at home. It can do it.
9. Wisconsin (1–0)
Last match: beat Illinois 45–7
Next match: Saturday in Michigan
Badgers missed out for the second week in a row because of the COVID outgrowth. With just one game played for rating, they barely make it to our top 10. In the latest update from the school, cases continued to decline, a good indication that the Michigan game would go as expected. As for Wisconsin, it’s better. Having lost two games in an eight-match schedule, UW had to play according to their remaining schedule to get a spot to win the Big Ten title. According to the conference’s COVID protocol, alliance teams must play at least six games to be eligible.
10. Indiana (3–0)
Last match: beat Michigan 38–21
Next match: Saturday at Michigan State
Top 10 Welcome Hoosiers – Hoosiers! —Upcoming ranks after beating Michigan, beating Rutgers and upsetting Penn State to start the season. It was Michael Penix who really was in midfield, going against Wolverine. Suddenly, the State of Indiana – Ohio on November 21 is a must-watch TV show.