We are undefeated! Yes, week 9 was great for Fan Frenzy teams

We are undefeated! Yes, week 9 was great for Fan Frenzy teams

To be exact, 6-0 great; and we start by recapping this week at Ryan Field Stadium in Iowa. The Iowa Hawkeyes did not let the Northwestern Wildcats score all game to secure the victory 20-0. Northwestern opened the game almost throwing an interception on their first pass of the game, then threw a pick just one play later, handing the Hawkeyes the ball on the Northwestern 21-yard line. The Hawkeyes held the Wildcats to just 202 yards of total offense and collected five sacks. The win ended Iowa's three game losing streak against Northwestern.

The Kansas State Wildcats held the Oklahoma Sooners scoreless in the third quarter to secure the victory 48-41. The Wildcats shocked the number 5 ranked Sooners with their defense and might have put in jeopardy Oklahoma playoff chances.

The Memphis Tigers squeeze a close win against Tulsa 42-41 when the Golden Hurricanes missed a final field goal that would have given them the win.

Clemson is still Clemson, and undefeated. The defending champions just pummeled Boston College allowing them just 1 touchdown in a lopsided 59-7 win.

The Utah Utes have now won four consecutive games after Saturday night's dominant 35-0 victory over California in Salt Lake City. The win marks the Utes' first shutout against a Pac-12 opponent since joining the conference in 2011. Running back Zack Moss led the way offensively for Utah with 115 rushing yards, two touchdowns and 89 receiving yards – Moss became Utah’s all-time leader in rush touchdowns (33) and 100-yard games (15). Utah advances to 7-1 in conference play with this victory.

Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert led a late-game scoring drive that set up true freshman kicker Camden Lewis for a 26-yard field goal as time expired to give the No. 11 Ducks a 37-35 victory over Washington State on Saturday night in Eugene.

Week 10: Georgia Southern at App State, NC State at Wake Forest, Kansas State at KansasUtah at Washington, Wofford at Clemson, SMU at MemphisOregon at USC, Boise State at San Jose State.