IOWA CITY, Iowa – The High-Five comes off the bye week recharged and ready to disperse more incredible knowledge and hilarity:
Iowa 31, Maryland 17: After being asked who would win between his team and the New England Patriots, Kirk Ferentz tries to temper the enthusiasm by telling reporters that Iowa still has 50 percent of its Big Ten schedule remaining.
Michigan 14, Minnesota 3: A new poll indicates that being the Minnesota punter is the second most demanding job in the state behind only a snow plow operator.
Texas 28, Iowa State 21: Paul Rhoads tells reporters afterwards that they will be the first two know which member of his staff gets fired in response to Iowa State’s latest loss.
Auburn 33, Ole Miss 31: Both of these teams have lost more than one game this season, which has me wondering why each head coach has made it this far without being shown the door.
Florida 24, Georgia 23: Georgia coach Mark Richt wakes up smiling on game day, but then realizes that his school moving to the Big Ten West Division was only a dream.
Week 7: 2-3
Iowa 38, Maryland 20: After the game, Kirk Ferentz carves a pumpkin to look like Amos McCoy.
Michigan 3, Minnesota 2: Jim Harbaugh takes out frustrations on Gophers after finding out that there’s only one Cracker Barrel in the state of Minnesota.
Texas 45, Iowa State 31: Following the game, Paul Rhoads fires the rest of his assistants and replaces them with Gene Chizik coins.
Ole Miss 27, Auburn 24: Time to find the next Cam Newton (wink, wink) after the Rebels capture the Alabama state title.
Georgia 34, Florida 31: The World’s Largest Cocktail Party on Halloween? Yeah, that should go well.
Week 7: 2-3