“Kenny Football” is the talk of Texas A&M after breaking several of Johnny Manziel’s passing records in a dominating win over the highly touted South Carolina Gamecocks.
Here is a look at the 5 teams that are looking good and the 5 teams that look like they are in trouble following Week 1 of the college football season:
FSU – With a win over the talented Oklahoma State – a game in which FSU never once gave up the lead – the Seminoles and QB Jameis Winstons should be able to retain their No. 1 ranking considering they don’t play another game against a top 15 opponent the rest of the season.
LSU – One of only three teams to earn a victory over a ranked team in week 1, LSU proved it only needed one half to return to the same level offensive success it had back when the team had Odell Beckham Jr., Jeremy Hill, Jarvis Landry and Zach Mettenberger.
Georgia – The Bulldogs dominated Clemson, scoring 6 TDs and only allowing three against one of the NCAA’s best offenses. Georgia and Missouri will most likely be the only contenders for the SEC East title come January, which means Georgia has an excellent chance of already being in the new college football playoffs.
Texas A&M – Easily the biggest winners of week 1, Texas A&M proved that they can thrive under new QB Kenny Hill. The Aggies also upset the #9 ranked South Carolina Gamecocks – which means that their ranking in the top 25 may soon take a big jump.
Ohio State – Not necessarily the most convincing win over an unranked team that Ohio State should have had, but the team proved that they have not lost that much of their effectiveness with QB J.T. Barrett playing well in the passing game and adding big plays in the run game.