"One week you're drinking the wine, the next week you're stomping the grapes" was one of former Ohio State head coach John Cooper's all-time great sayings and Ol' Coop sure knew what he was talking about.
Over the course of a few short hours last Saturday, the college football landscape turned upside down as one head-scratcher after another revealed itself.
South Carolina turned defending national champion Alabama from an invincible dynasty-in-the-making to just another one-loss team. Meanwhile, Michigan State exposed seemingly superhuman Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson as just another Clark Kent, and lowly Illinois took advantage of several Penn State mistakes to post an unlikely 33-13 victory over the Nittany Lions, who were celebrating homecoming in Happy Valley.
Making those outcomes even more astounding was the historical significance of each game.
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