NCAA football scores from Week 7 include two big upsets. The early scores from Saturday (Oct. 12) have No. 7 Georgia and No. 12 Oklahoma getting upset in games that the schools really needed to win. In the Oklahoma vs. Texas game, the unranked Longhorns presented their home fans with an impressive 36-20 win. It could get them back into the AP Top 25 next week, especially since they knocked off a previously unbeaten team.
Having the No. 7 Georgia Bulldogs go down could also shake up the top 10 in both polls, especially since they helped the No. 25 Missouri Tigers move to 6-0 on the season. Posting a 6-0 record in the SEC is going to get that team really noticed and the voters might give them a huge bump in the polls. College football fans should not be surprised if Missouri makes the biggest jump in both the Week 8 AP Top 25 and Coaches' Poll.
In the other top 25 games from the Week 7 action, No. 24 Virginia Tech beat Pittsburgh 19-9 and No. 14 South Carolina beat Arkansas 52-7. Back on Thursday night (Oct. 10), No. 8 Louisville beat Rutgers 24-10. Now Louisville could move up a spot in the next polls because of the loss that No. 7 Georgia just absorbed.
There are still some exciting NCAA football scores from Week 8 to come, including No. 2 Oregon vs. No. 16 Washington, No. 10 LSU vs. No. 17 Florida, and No. 19 Northwestern vs. Wisconsin. Those games are a bit later on Saturday.
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