Depends on perspective. If you're talking about being the most dominant with fewest mistakes probably Oregon, but if you are talking about answering questions and getting big wins probably LSU, Washington or Clemson.
easy money LSU Fan Member since Feb 2005 7138 posts
re: Which team looked the best opening weekend?(Posted by easy money on 9/2/13 at 8:44 am to easy money)
You have to like Clemson and LSU. That's the benefit of playing important games early. The downfall....teams like Ohio state will still be ranked #2 because of an idiotic preseason poll. No rankings until week 6!!!!
Clemson has won the biggest game so far, so I can see why they would get the nod, but they pretty much did what they were expected to do. LSU probably looked the best compared to what was expected out of them. I was also impressed with Oklahoma State dominating their game even though they could only muster up 21 points.
tlsu15 LSU Fan NOLA Member since Aug 2011 2212 posts Online
re: Which team looked the best opening weekend?(Posted by tlsu15 on 9/2/13 at 8:55 am to tha mastablasta)
quote: You're all in denial, and as much as I hate to admit it, bammer
It was impressive that Bama was able to dominate a game without much offensive firepower. But if you think that Virginia Tech offense is anything close to a BCS caliber team, you couldn't be more wrong.
Really? Offensively, namely their expected weakness on Oline was confirmed. They are going to lose to A&M, and be in tough games in the SEC this year against anyone who can score. VaTech wasn't very good.