The 2021 college football season started with a bang last week, and while the second week blackboard doesn’t seem nearly as filling, there are a number of big games for fans to bite into. The game of the day may have been played in the noon slot when No. 12 Oregon went off the road in a rematch of the 2015 national title game at No. 3 in the state of Ohio. But the action didn’t stop there. No. 10 Iowa stood out from in-state enemy No. 9 Iowa State in the first Cy Hawk game with two top 10 teams in its history. Michigan made a statement by beating Washington and giving the Huskies a 2-0 start.

Other goodness spread throughout the day were a couple of spots where excitement nearly rocked the rankings. Colorado nearly knocked down Texas A & M’s number 5 while Notre Dame took a last-minute comeback to stop Toledo. Many SEC teams, including No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Georgia, took care of the cupcake game business. The night closes with a double nightcap as No. 21 Utah visits BYU in the latest edition of Holy War and welcomes No. 14 USC Stanford, with both games starting after 10 p.m. ET.

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College Football Results, Schedule: Week 2

No. 25 Auburn 62, Alabama State 0 – Executive Summary
No. 12 Oregon 35, No. 3 Ohio State 28 – Souvenirs, highlights
No. 13 Florida in South Florida ABC Summary
No. 8 Notre Dame 32, Toledo 29 – Summary
Luftwaffe 23, Navy 3 – Breakdown, highlights
No. 5 Texas A&M 10, Colorado 7 – Souvenirs, highlights
No. 2 Georgia 56, UAB 7 – Executive Summary
No. 1 Alabama 48, Mercer 14 – Executive Summary
No. 10 Iowa 27, No. 9 Iowa State 17 – TSouvenirs, highlights
Arkansas 40, No. 15 Texas 21– Souvenirs, highlights
No. 4 Oklahoma 76, Western Carolina 0 Executive Summary
Michigan 31, Washington 10 – Executive Summary
# 21 Utah on BYU – ESPN – GameTracker
Stanford ranked 14th USC – Fox – GameTracker
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