The Red River Rivalry turned into a Red River Blooper Reel. All that and more were included in the Week 6 Cob Nominations. Before we start, let’s look at all the points Mike Leach’s ‘Air Raid’ Offense scored against Kentucky last week.
Kentucky — own goal pic.twitter.com/iT1lTTvHtb— Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) October 11, 2020
The Houston Cougars were finally playing their first game of the season against the Tulane Green Wave. The Cougars did not have a great start to this game as the Green Wave surged to a 24-7 lead. However, despite committing five turnovers in the game, Houston rallied and outscored Tulane 42-7 the rest of the way on route to a 49-31 win.
| Tulane #GoCoogs x #hoUSton pic.twitter.com/ALHQCR6TMo— Houston Football (@UHCougarFB) October 10, 2020
LSU’s defense reared its ugly head again giving up 45 points and 586 total yards on defense.
.@MizzouFootball TAKES THE LEAD!— SEC Network (@SECNetwork) October 10, 2020
We've got a game in CoMo! pic.twitter.com/OFA9TmtdDa
In the end, their offense had the chance to win the game but were stopped four times at the one-yard line and Missouri pulled off the upset.
#LSU defensive coordinator Bo Pelini leaves the field after the #Tigers' loss to #Missouri this afternoon. #Mizzou won 45-41. pic.twitter.com/JwrlYgCcDj— Hilary Scheinuk (@hscheinukphoto) October 10, 2020
This game was just crazy enough (in a bad way) that both teams deserved cobs. Oklahoma looked like they will locked in for a win until they completely blew it with plays this one below.
Oklahoma player blocks his own teammate in the back on the Texas TD run. Only Sooner defender who could have made the play blocked to the ground BY HIS TEAMMATE pic.twitter.com/OhgRpT5mme— Doug Lesmerises (@DougLesmerises) October 10, 2020
Once we get to overtime, it was filled with more mistakes, missed field goals and an interception to cap off the highest scoring game in a Red River Rivalry.
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Sometimes you take risks and they completely backfire. Why would you even go for a field goal in this case? In the end, It didn’t really matter much as Clemson cruised past Miami 45-17.
Clemson tried a 61-yard FG (!!!) before the half but Miami blocked, scooped, and scored as time expired. pic.twitter.com/xYrnkmSwQI— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) October 11, 2020
"I'm just disappointed in myself right there. ... That was as bad a decision I've made."— ESPN (@espn) October 11, 2020
—Dabo Swinney at halftime after Miami took a blocked kick back for a TD pic.twitter.com/M1qIAXCK8g
Another week. Another terrible call by the SEC Refs. This time it cost Arkansas a possible win. The play was ruled intention grounding instead of a fumble and then backwards pass. Auburn keeps the ball and later kicks a game winning field goal to win 30-28.
Arkansas got screwed by the refs. This is one of the worst calls I’ve ever seen and was absolutely a fumble by Auburn. pic.twitter.com/hL119lSoWA— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) October 10, 2020
SEC Officiating made a statement saying it was the correct call.
Statement on play at :30 to go in fourth quarter of Arkansas-Auburn game. pic.twitter.com/L1UQRlFx2M— SEC Officiating (@SECOfficiating) October 11, 2020
Well that’s another great selection of cobs for Week 6 of College Football but unfortunately you can only pick one.
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Superb onside kick from Virginia Tech. pic.twitter.com/nXJAu9wG4T— Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) October 10, 2020
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Never good when your bad snap almost hits the SkyCam pic.twitter.com/iFWMRpNC7B— Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) October 10, 2020