Everyone who wakes up Sunday morning from a full dosage of college football Saturday are not completely happy.
There is enjoyment in the Swamp thanks to Florida's hail mary that has Tennessee fans reeling with disgust for insufficient coverage on the final play that prevented the game from heading into overtime.
Total frustration for LSU fans. Ed Orgeron is supposed to be the answer that the Tigers are better now without Les Miles. Don't say that to Mississippi State. The Bulldogs remember Orgeron when he was at Ole Miss. Coach O would rather forget after the Tigers were totally exposed by State, led by Nick Fitzgerald.
Auburn folks can't feel great satisfaction after a 24-10 win over Mercer on the plains. A game that was expected to be one-sided, was much, much closer even by a two-touchdown margin. Auburn continued to be hampered by mistakes with five turnovers, but was good enough to keep Mercer at arms length.
Across the country, Nebraska's athletic director is frustrated with coach Mike Reily after a 21-17 home loss to Northern Illinois. Reily just got a contract extension early last week. He didn't reward those who believe in his ability.
Clemson is very happy following a 40-14 thumping of Louisville with Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson. One player does not make an entire team and the Cardinals know it. Clemson is for real, even without Deshawn Watson.
Fanatics will be ready for the water cooler on Monday with observation on what their favorite team done wrong. Those fans such as the Florida Gators, can say how grateful they are.
Even in Tuscaloosa, Alabama fans can say they didn't see the type of Crimson Tide unit they expect to be superior. They got half of it by another fine offensive performance from Jalen Hurts. The defense didn't. They allowed Colorado State 391 yards offense and 58 percent in third down conversions (10-17). State scored two fourth quarter TDs to make the score look closer for those viewing it from Bryant-Denny Stadium and watching it on television.
Alabama was good enough to get a 17-0 first quarter lead, stretch it to 38-10 in the third quarter and call it a night by a 41-23 final score.
Not everyone that endures college football gets up the next day with a smile on their face and a victory in their heart.
Teams can leave the fans not pleased and angry. Just ask the Tennessee nation. Now Butch Jones is easing past Texas A&Ms Kevin Sumlin into the hot seat of SEC coaches.
They lost because they couldn't deliver a complete package. Three missed field goals, one interception near the Florida end zone, a field goal late in the fourth quarter when they had first and goal inside the Gators' 10.
Florida is no way the best in the SEC East after two consecutive division titles. The media may be right when they picked Georgia to win the East at Media Days in July.
The Gators have a huge mountain to climb. But Georgia is not there yet and no one else will be either.
Feeling good right now is Vanderbilt, for a solid 14-7 win in Nashville against 18th rated Kansas State. Kentucky is riding high after going to Williams-Brice Stadium and slowing down South Carolina 23-13.
We know Mississippi State is living well for the moment. But the Bulldogs will have to come back to earth and prepare for a visit to Georgia as Georgia will be ready to try and prevent the Starkville group of Bulldogs going 4-0.
Who will be happy following next Saturday night? Notre Dame or Michigan State, Southern Cal or California, UCLA or Stanford, Texas A&M or Arkansas and TCU or Oklahoma State. Those are games that have some interest in regards of teams wanting to win and needing to win.
I'm happy for the Gators pulling it out. But I am not satisfied for how this team is playing. Playing at Kentucky this week is a trap game. But we will see if another hail mary or a late game miracle will become necessary.
Photo of Vanderbilt celebrating win over Kansas State, courtesy of USA Today.