Week 2 college football scores are led by two big upsets in the top 25. The most noteworthy of the Week 2 college football scores is the 21-16 upset of the Florida Gators. Playing an important game on Saturday (September 7), the Miami Hurricanes escaped with a huge win. It will likely end with the Hurricanes finally entering the polls when they come out on Sunday (September 8).
Another upset took place as No. 11 Georgia beat No. 6 South Carolina 41-30. This win was huge for Georgia after the team lost to Clemson in Week 1, but it might not give the team a huge push in the rankings. For now, it will likely serve as a huge resume builder for the team when the season starts to wind down. It also keeps them involved in the race for an SEC title.
There were also a number of really one-sided games this weekend, with No. 2 Oregon beating Virginia 59-10, No. 3 Ohio State beating San Diego State 42-7, and No. 4 Clemson beating up on South Carolina State 52-13. Those teams will likely remain in the same slots heading into the Week 3 games, with Alabama remaining as the No. 1 overall team in the country.
Johnny Manziel, in his first start of the season, led Texas A&M to a huge 65-28 win over Sam Houston State. He only played about 2 1/2 quarters of the game before coming out with a huge lead. Two other Week 2 college football scores that need mentioning are other top 15 teams that fell short. No. 14 Notre Dame lost 41-30 to No. 17 Michigan and No. 15 Texas was embarrassed by BYU (40-21) on the road.