Around college football... Maybe Dan Hawkins wasn't the coach we all thought he was. First Colorado loses to a 1aa team and now Boise St blows out Oregon St to start off week 2. Congrats to the SEC. Vandy had a descent showing against Michigan and Auburn and Tennessee handed solid losses to the Pac10. I expected more from Arkansas and S Carolina, two teams that seem a bit disappointing. Ole Miss still has plenty of improvement to make despite winning their opener against Memphis. Duke and New Mexico joined Colorado in the ranks of 1a teams that have lost to 1aa teams this season. Baylor wasn't able to continue in the right direction with a close loss to TCU, Idaho played a competitive ball game in a loss to Michigan St, Rutgers got a nice win over N Carolina, Pittsburgh got a huge win over Virginia, and Louisville toppled a Kentucky team that has another long season ahead of them. UCLA is better than they get credit for and UTEP is continuing their winning ways. Arizona, Auburn, Florida, Fresno St, Tennessee, Alabama, and Ole Miss all bolstered LSU's numbers with Ws, though Arkansas, Kentucky, and Mississippi St hurt us. Tulane helped by not playing, and thus not losing. LSU looked good against a way overmatched opponent; hopefully we can carry over our success to the Arizona game. The passing game look competent against a weak ULL defense, the running game looked promising, and the defense looked strong. Special teams is a big question mark, but our overall performance in game one was a nice way to start the season. Bring on Zona.