2012 College Football Season

Week 5 box scores

Links to the official box scores and play-by-plays for each game of Week 5.

How Does Oregon Make Offense Look So Easy?

How does a team like Oregon, a squad known for spreading the field in order to run the ball, also have one of the most dangerous big-play passing games in the nation? The answer may be simpler than it seems.

VARSITY NUMBERS: Surprise!

This week's Varsity Numbers is up over at Football Outsiders. In it, I discuss September's bigger surprises, the teams who are what we thought they were, the teams we weren't skeptical enough about, and ... Texas Tech, apparently your No. 6 team.

F/+ Picks, Week 5

Picks for Week 5 of the 2012 college football season.

The Key Drive: Florida State 49, Clemson 37

Highlighting Florida State's go-ahead drive in their 49-37 win over Clemson on Saturday.

Leach V. Holgorsen, Week 4

West Virginia methodically rolled out a 31-21 victory, despite not playing at the level to which they are accustomed. Washington State, meanwhile, started out by playing its best three quarters of the season before its deficiencies were exposed.

F/+ Picks, Week 4

Projections for Week 3 of the college football season.

The Key Drive: Missouri 24, Arizona State 20

Welcome to the third installment of a new weekly piece at Football Study Hall, The Key Drive. The Key Drive will focus on one drive a week that highly impacted the outcome of a game, essentially the drive that was the key to winning or losing.

Stanford 21, USC 14: Matt Barkley’s Struggle In The Spotlight

Going forward, Matt Barkley needs to exhibit a bit more patience and let USC’s passing game develop downfield. Barkley is simply too talented to be the dink and dunk quarterback he has become in recent weeks.

USC At Stanford: The Spotlight Is Squarely On Matt Barkley

If USC is to come away with a big victory in Palo Alto, Barkley is going to have to complete more than one pass downfield this time around.

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