Maybe it's due to eight months of anticipation for the start of college football action, but week 1 upsets tend to get a ton of attention each year. Don't sleep on week 2, however. A quick glance at recent history tells us that a few teams in 2018 are going to be upset as heavy favorites this weekend.
Here's some of the most shocking and wild week 2 upsets over the past five seasons.
Note: These are FBS vs. FBS only matchups only.
2017: Eastern Michigan 16-13 at Rutgers
It's easy to make this list when recording the most significant victory in program history.
After falling short against Power 5 programs for decades, the Eagles got their first win in 59 such matchups, including 39 straight losses to Big Ten foes. The stingy defense held the Scarlet Knights to 15 first downs, forced two turnovers, and Brogan Roback threw for 260 yards and a TD the season after leading the Eagles to their first bowl game since 1987.
2016: Central Michigan 30-27 at Oklahoma State
It should have been a route with the 20-point favorite Cowboys playing at home with showdowns against ranked Baylor and Texas on the horizon. Instead, the Chippewas engineered a "Hail Mary and Ladder" for one of the most astonishing endings in college football history.
2015: Toledo 16-12 at Arkansas
The No. 18-ranked Razorbacks amassed 515 yards of offense, 30 first downs, and QB Brandon Allen threw for 412 yards.
And all Arkansas had to show for its efforts was 12 points and a stunning four-point loss at home to the Rockets.
Honorable Mention: Eastern Michigan 48-29 at Wyoming;
2014: BYU 41-7 at Texas
Sure, the Longhorns were one-point favorites, but nobody predicted such a thrashing at the hands of BYU.
The Cougars rolled up 429 yards of offense, forced four Texas turnovers, and turned a six-point halftime lead into a 34-point route thanks to four total touchdowns by QB Taysom Hill.
2013: Washington State 10-7 at USC
Playing as 16-point dogs in Los Angeles, the Cougars claimed their first win inside the Coliseum in 13 seasons after Andrew Furney nailed a 41-yard field goal with 3:03 remaining.
The Wazzou defense was stout in holding Cody Kessler to just 41 yards passing on 8 of 13 attempts and one interception. Washington State managed the win despite running for seven yards on the night.
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