Week two of the college football season kicked off in the perfect way.
In Columbus, Ohio, there was a military flyover, and the crowd at “The Shoe” chanted “U-S-A” on the 20-year anniversary of the 9-11 attacks as No. 3 Ohio State prepared to take on No. 12 Oregon.
All over the country, stadiums and teams did what they could to honor the victims of that terrible day, all while attempting to play a game.
Before the game between Army and Western Kentucky, the entire Black Knights football team ran out carrying American flags.
Every Army football player ran on the field carrying an American flag today. This is fantastic. pic.twitter.com/2yaCuWk4My
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) September 11, 2021
It was a day filled with remembrance, but there were also many games of importance on the slate. Let’s take a look at a few.
Oregon goes into Ohio State and wins for the first time
Talk about a great start to the season for the Pac-12. In week