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Undefeated

This morning, we take a look at which FBS teams and coaches remain undefeated through 4 weeks.

There are currently 20 undefeated teams, 14 teams 4-0 and 8 teams 3-0.  

In the ACC, Clemson, Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech are 4-0.  

In the Big 12, only Oklahoma State is 4-0; but a bunch of teams are 3-0 (Oklahoma, Baylor, Iowa State, Kansas State, Texas and Texas Tech). 

In the Big East, South Florida is 4-0.

In the Big Ten, Michigan, Nebraska, Illinois and Wisconsin are all 4-0.

In Conference USA, Houston is 4-0. 

In the SEC, Alabama, LSU, Florida and South Carolina are all 4-0.  

In the Mountain West Boise is 3-0 and in the Pac-12 Stanford is 3-0.  

In week 5, ten of these teams play each other.  Clemson plays at Virginia Tech, Nebraska travels to Wisconsin, Baylor goes to Kansas State, Alabama travels to Florida, and Iowa State hosts Texas.  

We saw a note this morning that this is Ron Zook's first time starting 4-0 in his 10 years as a head coach.

Baylor's quarterback

Robert Griffin III is off to a decent start.  

He has led Baylor to a 3-0 start and has thrown for 13 touchdowns in those games.  13 TDs and yet only 12 incompletions. 

Only 12 incompletions.  That's crazy.  

Yep, through 3 games, RG3 is 70 of 82 (85%) for 962 yards (11.7 yards / attempt).  The 11.7 yards per attempt in 2nd in the nation as well....and yet only 12 incompletions.  

Give co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks and running backs coach Philip Montgomery a lot of credit for teaching Griffin to work within their system and for tailoring the system to best utilize Griffin's strengths. 

Baylor's offense is currently 3rd in the nation in scoring offense, 2nd in passing efficiency, 7th in pass offense and 15th in rushing offense. 

The schedule doesn't get any easier for the Bears as they head into Big 12 play at Kansas State this weekend, then have Iowa State at home followed with trips to A&M and to Oklahoma State.  

Hud get's a big win over FIU

Mark Hudspeth is in his first season as the head coach at Louisiana Lafayette.  After losing the season opener 61-34 at Oklahoma State, Hud's guys have now run off 3 straight over Kent State, Nicholls State and now FIU.  

While we've certainly seen Hud generate a huge amount of excitement in Lafayette about where the program is headed; we're not real sure that many cajuns were expecting a bowl eligible team this season.  Looking over the rest of their schedule, it won't be easy; but the Ragin' Cajuns might just get there.  

Watch and listen to Coach Hud on the video below and you'll see how excited he is to get back home for 3 games (FAU, Troy and North Texas) after their huge win over previously unbeaten FIU yesterday.

 

Sunday TV

With a great Saturday in the books, it's time to adjust to the NFL.

All times Eastern.

NFL:

Regional coverage for the 1PM and 4:15 games on CBS and Fox.

Pittsburgh at Indianapolis - 8:20PM - NBC

College:

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High School:

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Saturday TV

Full schedule for your viewing pleasure.

All times Eastern.

NFL:

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College:

Notre Dame at Pitt - noon - ABC

North Carolina at Georgia Tech - noon - ESPN

Eastern Michigan at Penn State - noon - ESPN2

Central Michigan at Michigan State - noon - ESPNU

SMU at Memphis - noon - FSN

Cornell at Yale - noon - Versus

Colorado at Ohio State - 3:30 - ABC or ESPN2

Oklahoma State at Texas A&M - 3:30 - ABC or ESPN2

Florida State at Clemson - 3:30 - ESPN

Arkansas at Alabama - 3:30 - CBS

Kansas State at Miami - 3:30 - ESPNU

Florida A&M vs. Southern - 3:30 - Versus

Florida at Kentucky - 7PM - ESPN

Vanderbilt at South Carolina - 7PM - ESPN2

LA Tech at Mississippi State - 7PM - ESPNU

Nebraska at Wyoming - 7:30 - Versus

Missouri at Oklahoma - 8PM - FX

LSU at West Virginia - 8PM - ABC

USC at Arizona State - 10:15 - ESPN

Oregon at Arizona - 10:15 - ESPN2

High School:

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