Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd and Oklahoma State wide receiver Justin Blackmon both delivered big afternoons for teams that won critical conference games against Florida State and Texas A&M, respectively, in large part due to Boyd and Blackmon's contributions. But that didn't stop them from also delivering your undisputed Flubs of the Week:
As I write, Tajh Boyd has 344 yards passing and three touchdowns as Clemson leads Florida State early in the fourth quarter, 35-30; Blackmon has 11 catches for 120 yards and a tightwire touchdown as Oklahoma State has stormed from a 20-3 halftime hole to take a 30-20 lead midway through the fourth quarter. May your impending victories offer salve for your embarrassment, gentlemen, and know that you are not alone.
UPDATE, 7:05 ET. Both scores are official: Clemson held on to beat Florida State, 35-30, and Oklahoma State downed Texas A&M on the road, 30-29, moving both the Tigers and Cowboys to 4-0 for the year. Just guessing, but presumably adoring fans at the post-game parties aren't going to dwell on the lowlights.