Week 6 of the college football season is over and it’s time to become a little unreasonable about what happened on the field.
Week 6 of the college football season is officially in the books, save for a couple of games on Sunday. It was yet another wild week that left plenty to talk about. While the teams at the top did their jobs this week, there was plenty going on that has changed the outlooks of some divisions.
Week 7 is looming and that means for some teams it might be time to make the tough decisions. It also means it is time for some coaches to evaluate their futures and decide if they are where they want to be. With the week over, barring tomorrow’s game, it’s time to overreact to what happened on the field.
5. Rutgers doesn’t belong in the Big Ten
The Big Ten plus those extra teams has really not paid off that well for Rutgers. On Saturday, the Scarlet Knights got blown out for the second week in a row. They lost 78-0 to Michigan and while they were expected to get beat, that was simply unacceptable.
Rutgers has been outscored 136 – 0 over the last two weeks. Chris Ash is in his first year with the program since leaving Ohio State, but he’s got a long road ahead of them. This team honestly should not be in the Big Ten. Sure, they get the perks of being in a major conference, but it’s going to be hard for them to ever succeed. If they want to ever compete, they need to get out.