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Old 10-18-2016, 09:59 AM
 
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I know as the season progresses these will change, but as of today what are the most impressive wins so far this season?


Off the top of my head I am thinking (in no particular order):

Ohio State over Oklahoma by 21.
Clemson over L'Ville by 6.
Michigan over Wisc by 7.
A&M over Tenn by 14.
Houston over Oklahoma by 10.



What are some others deserving of consideration??
The A&M win over Tenn. looked pretty darn good, until Tenn. played last week. It appears Tenn. may not be as good as many thought. I do think A&M is a really good team, maybe underrated. I do have to say and of course I am partial, AR win last Sat night was pretty darn impressive. Maybe in the long run, not so, but they have a way of pulling wins out at the last minute.
Ohio State over OU yes, but sad for us: Our granddaughter got her second bachelors degree from OU and her husband is a grad as well.

We all have to remember "Impressive" means something different to each person.
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Old 10-18-2016, 01:39 PM
 
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1. Alabama- Three Impressive wins all on the road over Ole Miss, Ark, and Tenn. Last two wins in pretty big fashion.
2. Ohio St.- Two excellent wins at night on the road over teams with a exceptional home records 2 of the top 3 home win percentages since 2002.
3. Michigan- Passing the eye test. But only one key win at Home against Wisconsin.
4. Clemson- Weakest of four on eye test. But wins on the road against Auburn and GTECH. Big one at Home against Louisville.
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Old 10-22-2016, 03:05 PM
 
Location: Sale Creek, TN
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The A&M win over Tenn. looked pretty darn good, until Tenn. played last week. It appears Tenn. may not be as good as many thought. I do think A&M is a really good team, maybe underrated. I do have to say and of course I am partial, AR win last Sat night was pretty darn impressive. Maybe in the long run, not so, but they have a way of pulling wins out at the last minute.
Ohio State over OU yes, but sad for us: Our granddaughter got her second bachelors degree from OU and her husband is a grad as well.

We all have to remember "Impressive" means something different to each person.
As A&M is playing Bama now, down 13-0 almost the half. Tennessee was under strength last week, but that doesn't matter, they weren't close to being in the same league as Bama, if they were all healthy. A&M better wake up.
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Old 10-24-2016, 11:27 AM
 
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I know as the season progresses these will change, but as of today what are the most impressive wins so far this season?


Off the top of my head I am thinking (in no particular order):

Ohio State over Oklahoma by 21.
Clemson over L'Ville by 6.
Michigan over Wisc by 7.
A&M over Tenn by 14.
Houston over Oklahoma by 10.



What are some others deserving of consideration??

After a few more weeks, the only two on this list that still belong IMO is the Clemson over L'ville and Michigan over Wisc.

Adding to those two games:

Alabama over A&M by 19
Penn St over Ohio St. by 3
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