CBR Rewind: Looking back at week six of the 2013 season

During this off-season, we are taking a trip down memory lane by reliving the high points (and low points for some teams) of the 2013 college football season. So far we’ve covered weeks onetwothreefour and five. Now it’s time to take a look back at week six…

Here was the Top 5 entering the weekend:

1. Alabama

2. Oregon

3. Clemson

4. Ohio State

5. Stanford

here were the biggest games of the week….

Georgia 34 Tennessee 31

Georgia lost Keith Marshall, Michael Bennett and Justin Scott-Wesley during this game and needed a Pig Howard fumble to through the end zone to survive but somehow they did.


Auburn 30 Ole Miss 22

Ole Miss came into this game as the ranked team but it was Auburn that would leave with all the momentum. Nick Marshall had a breakout game with 140 yards rushing as the Tigers started their march towards the BCS National Championship Game.


Notre Dame 37 Arizona State 34

Jerry World saw each team trade interception returns for TDs in the fourth quarter but it was Notre Dame’s that iced the game with 1:08 left on the clock.


Ohio State 40 Northwestern 30

Both teams entered undefeated but would leave on completely different trajectories. The Wildcats fought tooth and nail for three quarters but the Buckeyes used a 20 point fourth quarter to end Northwestern’s upset bid.


Stanford 31 Washington 28

Two undefeated teams entered and Stanford’s Ty Montgomery made a statement on the first play of the game. Bishop Sankey and Keith Price would keep the game close but the Cardinal held on to win a game that was pivotal to their Rose Bowl Dreams.

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