- The #8 Louisville Cardinals lost 35-38 at home to unranked UCF on Friday night.
- The #15 Georgia Bulldogs went on the road and lost 27-31 to the unranked Vanderbilt Commodores.
- The #11 South Carolina Gamecocks traveled to Neyland Stadium and lost 21-23 to the unranked Tennessee Volunteers.
- The #24 Auburn Tigers visited College Station and shocked the #7 Texas A & M Aggies, beating them 45-41.
- The #9 UCLA Bruins fell 10-24 to the #13 Stanford Cardinal in a game that was much closer than the final score.
- The #20 Washington Huskies got manhandled on their visit to the unranked Arizona State Sun Devils 53-24.
- The #6 LSU Tigers went to Vaught-Hemingway Stadium and lost to the unranked Ole Miss Rebels 27-24.
- The #3 Clemson Tigers got destroyed in a 51-14 epic smackdown by the #5 Florida State University Seminoles.
It happens at least once every season. There were a shocking five major upsets in Week 7:
- The #25 Missouri Tigers knocked off #7 Georgia Bulldogs 41-26 in Athens.
- The unranked Texas Longhorns put a 36-20 beatdown on the #12 Oklahoma Sooners in the Cotton Bowl.
- The #19 Northwestern Wildcats lost 6 – 35 to the unranked Wisconsin Badgers.
- The unranked Penn State Nittany Lions squeaked out a 43-40 quadruple-overtime victory at home against the #18 Michigan Wolverines.
- The #5 Stanford Cardinal lost to the unranked Utah Utes 27-21.
There were no upsets at all in Week 4 of the 2013-2014 college football season. Most ranked teams absolutely crushed their opponents, actually.
But Week 5 gave us two upsets, one major and one minor: