College football expert Brett Ciancia has named his top 10 following Week 3 of the 2022 college football season.
Ciancia’s Pick Six Previews is one of the most accurate college football magazines at predicting the season.
Ciancia ranks the Georgia Bulldogs as his top team. Georgia football has had two extremely impressive wins this season.
This week the Bulldogs dominated South Carolina on the road.
Week 3 of college football featured some close calls in some unexpected games. Liberty nearly defeated Wake Forest.
No. 1 Georgia Bulldogs Week 3: The Georgia Bulldogs put together another impressive effort against South Carolina.
Quarterback Stetson Bennett finished with more than 300 total yards and three touchdowns. Tight end Brock Bowers scored three touchdowns. Georgia won, 48-7.
No. 2 Alabama Crimson Tide Week 3: Alabama won at home over Louisiana Monroe, 63-7. Quarterback Bryce Young threw three touchdowns.
No. 3 Ohio State Buckeyes The Ohio State Buckeyes destroyed Toledo, 77-21. Quarterback C.J. Stroud threw five touchdowns and five incompletions.
No. 4 Oklahoma Sooners Week 3: The Oklahoma Sooners dominated in a 49-14 win against Nebraska
The Cornhuskers normally keep games close, so Oklahoma’s win is one of the most impressive wins for a top-10 team this week.
No. 5 Michigan Wolverines Week 3: Michigan played a weak opponent for the third consecutive week to start the season. The Wolverines defeated UConn, 59-0.
No. 6 Clemson Tigers Week 3: Clemson struggled against Louisiana Tech in the first half, but the Tigers overcame some injuries in the secondary to win, 48-20.
No. 7 USC Trojans Week 3: USC quarterback Caleb Williams has 10 total touchdowns and no interceptions to start the season.
Williams and the Trojans moved to 3-0 with an easy 45-17 win over Fresno State.
No. 8 Penn State Week 3: Penn State freshman running back Nicholas Singleton dominated the day on the road at Auburn.
Singleton’s two touchdowns helped propel the Nittany Lions to a 41-12 win.
No. 9 Arkansas Razorbacks Week 3: The Razorbacks had a letdown following a pair of big wins over Cincinnati and South Carolina.
However, Arkansas used 21 fourth quarter points to defeat Missouri State, 38-27.
No. 10 Ole Miss Rebels Week 3: Ole Miss shut out Georgia Tech, 42-0. The Rebels’ ground game looked strong.
No. 10 Ole Miss Rebels TCU transfer Zach Evans scored two rushing touchdowns and ran for 134 yards on 18 carries.
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