Grab some popcorn and enjoy perusing through this week’s cob nominations.
They collapsed big time. After Colorado built up a 31-3 early in the 3rd quarter, the Beavers gnawed away at their lead and came all the way back to tie the game. Oregon State scored a touchdown with 29 seconds left but missed the extra point forcing it to OT. The Beavers scored in OT and held off the Buffs to complete the epic comeback.
Oregon State erased a 28-point deficit against Colorado, the 3rd-largest comeback in Pac-12 history. The win snapped the Beavers’ 22-game road losing streak and 13-game conference losing streak, both of which were the longest streaks in the nation. pic.twitter.com/57cN02Ofr3— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) October 27, 2018
Iowa was going toe-to-toe with Penn State in Happy Valley. They were driving late in the game with 1st and goal inside the five-yard-line looking to take the lead. Then this play happened. We’re not mad about it.
Nate Stanley plonking the family jewels of Hawky the Iowa mascot in the 1st quarter just adds salt to the wound.
Missouri didn’t get any first downs in the 2nd half against Kentucky. This allowed the Wildcats to claw back and complete the comeback after a pass interference call against a Tigers allowed Kentucky one more shot to go for the win.
They lost to Kansas because of a butt fumble. Nothing else needs to be said.
Here's the butt fumble in TCU-Kansas. Wow. pic.twitter.com/6YjxewAKbm— Max Olson (@max_olson) October 27, 2018
Kansas snapped its 14-game conference losing streak with a 27-26 win over TCU. It was the longest active conference losing streak in the FBS.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) October 27, 2018
The Jayhawks have 3 wins this season after going a combined 3-33 over the previous 3 seasons. pic.twitter.com/GxmUiEBP57
Texas was about to lose to Oklahoma State and ruin their chances of getting into the College Football Playoff. So they decided to be poor sports about it. What was Tom Herman thinking? Texas isn’t back. Horns down.
There's a lot going on in the game clinching unsportsmanlike penalties on Texas pic.twitter.com/0X69WGZhsG— CFB Gif'er (@CFBgifer) October 28, 2018
Oklahoma State knocks off No. 6 Texas, 38-35. It’s the Cowboys’ 1st win against an AP Top-10 Texas team. Oklahoma State had been 0-7 against Top-10 Longhorns teams entering Saturday. pic.twitter.com/KkEZ9i7bVi— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) October 28, 2018
There are so many great cobs from this week of college football but unfortunately you can only pick one. Who do you got?
Who is your Cob for Week 9?
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