Tom Shatel, Omaha World-Herald: It's time to point the finger, and there aren't enough fingers in the good state of Nebraska to single out the culprits in an unthinkable 34-23 loss to Minnesota. Only one finger will be necessary, however. This is Bo Pelini's program.
Patrick Reusse, Minneapolis Star Tribune: In 12 games played between Nebraska and Minnesota between 1969 through 2012, the Cornhuskers scored 568 points and the Golden Gophers 86. But that all changed Saturday as Nebraska was absolutely mauled by Minnesota.
David Teel, Newport News Daily Press: Duke had lost 59 consecutive games away from home against ranked teams, and 47 straight overall since a 1994 home win over No. 13 Virginia. Then came Saturday's stunning 13-10 victory against No. 16 Virginia Tech.
Bryce Miller, Des Moines Register: After another blowout loss, can Iowa State's Paul Rhoads keep his team together?
Bryan Burwell, St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Once again, Missouri has found another way to disappoint.
David Climer, Tennessean: Tennessee brought a toothpick into a knife fight and never stood a chance against Alabama.
David Jones, PennLive.com: The bottom line: Ohio State has weaponry at every position of its offense that simply cannot be defended by a resistance as lightly equipped as Penn State's.
Chris Murray, Reno Gazette-Journal: Nevada has more talent than Nevada Las Vegas. It was playing at home, with one of the largest crowds in Wolf Pack history (32,521) on its side. And it laid a penalty-filled egg.
Jon Solomon, AL.com: Sunday Rewind: The Missouri epic collapse edition.
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