Here are the 15 most amazing numbers from this game. Now prepare for the saddest pictures.
Michigan had five times as many touchdowns as Rutgers had first downs. pic.twitter.com/JKwwMujdtJ— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) October 9, 2016
Rutgers' twitter account stopped providing live updates of the Michigan game at 14-0. Seven touchdowns ago pic.twitter.com/q3aQfuK9G9— Rodger Sherman (@rodger_sherman) October 9, 2016
"Poaching" is one angle. "Getting these kids the fuck out of New Jersey" is the other. pic.twitter.com/FpysL2l7km— Andy Reid (@misterAndyReid) October 8, 2016
Rutgers invited something like 250 recruits to its 78-point loss last night https://t.co/O8KM59S15a— SB✯Nation CFB (@SBNationCFB) October 9, 2016
(Rutgers fires that cannon after its own touchdowns, of which there have been none since Sept. 24. Michigan fans spent the evening encouraging the cannon operators to go rogue.)
Oh right, Georgia and South Carolina played Sunday football. What you should know: UGA ran for the W, and Will Muschamp was bleeding from the lip.
Think about this moment the next time you make Nick Saban robot devil jokes. I sure will.
Danny O'Brien, the Tennessee player who was stretchered off on Saturday, tweets that he's doing fine.
New bowl projections, with suspiciously clear Playoff paths for a few teams at the top.
Hi, an Arkansas professor was arrested shortly after screaming and cussing at Bret Bielema.
This Adoree' Jackson interception looks like what happens when a cat falls off a bookshelf and sticks the landing.
Utah's head coach has beef with Arizona's defensive line.
USF is really good. Its fan support looks really bad.
Podcast Ain't Played Nobody sprints through its own top 25, including an Alabama that's actually fun to watch!
The Solid Verbal, on Week 7 and the Zombie Vols.
And finally ...
Riveting game happening at Stanford Stadium pic.twitter.com/u9svPCKQlK— Shane Bacon (@shanebacon) October 9, 2016