Great weekend for Fan Frenzy Teams with an overall 5-1 record
The Iowa Hawkeyes are still undefeated (4-0), and protected their home field in front of 63,706 fans with great defense and efficient offense, winning against Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders (48-3). For the game, Iowa rushed for 351 yards — fourth-most in the 21-year Ferentz era — on 51 attempts. “We wanted to come out and be physical with them," tight end Shaun Beyer said. "I think that’s what we did.”
Clemson Tigers fought to the very end at the Kenan Memorial Stadium to come down to a 1-point victory against North Carolina Tar Heels 21-20. The Kansas State Wildcats suffer their first loss against Oklahoma State Cowboys 13-26. The Wildcats needs to work on their offensive sets to get back to the winning column.
Utah Utes bounce back from the loss last week to win against Washington State Cougars 38-13. Utah’s passing game put Washington State’s to shame. While there are dozens of ways to dissect it, here’s what you need to know: the Utes threw the ball 19 fewer times than the Cougars but picked up 80 more yards through the air. While Anthony Gordon and WSU averaged just 8.4 yards per play; Tyler Huntley and Utah gouged the Cougars for 15.9.
Coming up in week 6 for Fan Frenzy: Iowa at Michigan, TCU at Iowa State, Oklahoma at Kansas, Eastern MI at Central MI, Illinois at Minnesota, Western MI at Toledo, Baylor at Kansas State, Memphis at LA-Monroe, Troy at Missouri, Arizona at Colorado, Vanderbilt at Mississippi, California at Oregon, Oregon State at UCLA, San Diego State at Colorado State, Boise State at UNLV.