After another weekend of college football games, our expert Charles Davis joined Fan Interference to give us his thoughts on the weekend. Charles this weekend was in Texas covering UCLA vs. UT. Texas finally decided to show up and play with some pride and kept the game very close even with the loss of Brett Hundley early in the first half. UCLA is on the verge of being a very good program after playing catch up with the other teams in the Pac-12 like USC and Oregon.

The other big night game from the weekend was Florida pulling out a win against Kentucky in triple OT. The game may have shown more about the progress made by Kentucky, than the drop off by Florida. Kentucky has shown in the last few recruiting classes that they are a team that has decided to join the big boy table and could give other SEC teams trouble as the season goes on.

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As always the big talk around here is the power of the SEC. With 7 teams in the top 15, it seems that it is a combination of the other leagues dominating, and the other power 5 leagues like the Big 10 playing very sub par football making room for the SEC to continue to dominate.

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Another thing in football that Charles and the guys noticed is the evolution of the offenses in the game of football. Charles noted that teams now are looking to hold the opposition to field goals, than you feel like you have won on defense.

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