Week 2 was a rather exciting week, with games like Clemson at A&M going down to wire. With that being said, this week it was pretty easy to pick biggest win, as well as the most cupcake win.
Most Cupcake Win of the Week: #22 Miami beats Savannah St. 77-0
Miami rebounded from a tough opening week loss to LSU by pounding Savannah St 77-0. The Miami defense gave up a total of 78 yards and forced 4 turnovers. Savannah St. is not good at football obviously. Matter of fact this is there last year as an FCS school before they transition to a D-II school next year. They have an all-time winning percentage of .461 and haven’t had more than 3 wins in a season since 2008. Miami dominated on both sides of the ball, totaling 494 yards on offense to go along with the 78 yards given up. There was no doubt that Miami was going to win this game, as they were favored -60.5 and they covered with ease. Miami gets the most cupcake win of the week.
Biggest Win of the Week: Kentucky beats #25 Florida 27-16
The year was 1986, The Mets just won the World Series, Top Gun was booming in the box office, and Oprah just got her first T.V. show. 1986 was also the last time that Kentucky bested Florida in football. That is a 31-game losing streak to them. That is the 4th longest winning streak in an uninterrupted series in NCAA history. Florida had a small chance to come back with 30 seconds left and the ball down by 5. But with no time on the clock Felipe Franks, the QB, was sacked and fumbled the ball. The ball was picked up and returned for a TD and that sealed the win for Kentucky. This game might not have any effect on the CFP but it is a huge win for Kentucky and for NCAA history. Kentucky has finally beaten Florida and gets the biggest win of the week.
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