College football: Wild times for West Virginia

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Soon-to-be-independents. Idaho was waxed 66-0 at North Carolina. New Mexico State dropped a 35-14 decision to Texas-San Antonio, a second-year program. With the disintegration of the WAC, neither program has a home next year. At a combined 1-9, it’s safe to say neither is doing much to provide an appealing counterpoint to their far-flung locales.

Arkansas. Somehow, it keeps getting worse for the Razorbacks, whose fourth straight loss was a 58-10 walloping at Texas A&M. It’s difficult to remember a preseason top-10 team imploding so spectacularly and as quickly as Arkansas, which still has seven games left in a season whose promise was extinguished by mid-September.

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