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Topic - Kolton Browning
Facing a ranked opponent on the road to open the season is no big deal for Louisiana-Monroe, which has Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops concerned.
The Pac-12 had one of its best weekends in years, led by a Los Angeles-based duo that put themselves in the national lead in rushing yards and passing touchdowns.
The rise of Arkansas as arguably a top-10 program and a credible SEC West foil to Alabama and Louisiana State took about four years.