Sunday, November 23, 2014

The Fallout: Brady Hoke, Aaron Murray on Todd Gurley, Maryland, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Week 13 edition. 

USA Today Coaches Poll top 4. 
1. Alabama
2. Florida State
3. Oregon
4. Mississippi State


All Over But the Crying. 
Drew Sharp comments how Saturday's Michigan loss to Maryland has all but sealed the fate of Wolverine head coach Brady Hoke. (The Detroit Free Press.)

I am not a cupcake!
Western Carolina head coach Mark Speir criticizes Kirk Herbstreit for comments the ESPN College GameDay host made about FBS-level schools playing FCS-level teams. (

Where the Big Boys at? 
Nick Bromberg chimes in on the Speir-Herbstreit brush-up, pointing out how higher profile non-conference FCS schools "aren't all lining up at once to play the Crimson Tide." (Dr. Saturday)

I feel the pain of everyone. Then I feel nothing.
Kansas City Chief backup quarterback Aaron Murray discusses how he can sympathize with former Georgia Bulldog teammate Todd Gurley's recent season-ending ACL injury. Murray's college career was cut short due to an ACL injury last season. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Building a Mystery.
Dave Tucker and Pete Volk how a proposed project to transform Maryland's Cole Field House into a  facility for the football program could mean for the future of the team. (Testudo Times)

Seven the Hard Way.
Arkansas' win over Ole Miss on Saturday means that all seven SEC West teams are bowl eligible.  (

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Play the Game Tonight: Dabo Swinney and Brian Kelly, Texas A&M, Amarlo Herrera, and more.

Play the Game Tonight - Week 13 Saturday edition.

Don't look at us.
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney and Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly both deny interest in replacing Will Muschamp as head coach of Florida. (College Football Talk)

Sticking to schedule.
Oklahoma State and Baylor decide to proceed with tonight's game as scheduled, despite the chance of  severe thunderstorms in the Waco, Tx. area. (ESPN)

I was the opinion it was out of control. 
Texas A&M athletic director Eric Hyman denies stories that the school is trying to avoid the possibility of facing former Big 12 rival Texas in a postseason bowl game, saying the decision is "out of our control." (Dr. Saturday)

All or nothing? 
Florida looks to become bowl eligible as it faces Eastern Kentucky at home. The Gators can't win today, it would have to beat Florida State next weekend to avoid a second straight year of sitting on the sidelines for the postseason.  (The Gainesville Sun)

There's a possibility, but no chance. 
Doug Mesmerises provides five reasons why Indiana will beat Ohio State. Yeah I'm not buying it either. (

Amarlo By Morning.
Fletcher Page profiles Georgia linebacker Amarlo Herrera. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

We're comin' to your cit-tay. Gonna rust your Iron Bowl with a country song. 
ESPN College GameDay will make its way back to Tuscaloosa next weekend when Auburn faces Alabama in the Iron Bowl. (

Friday, November 21, 2014

Weather may force adjusting of kickoff for Oklahoma St. - Baylor game.

There are severe thunderstorms in the forecast for the Waco, Texas area on Saturday. That could be bad news for football fans as Oklahoma State and Baylor are set to face off Saturday night at 7:30 PM ET.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

The phrase "F**k Stanford" is apparently a mathmatical equation.

The rivalry game between Stanford-Cal is this weekend. While some professors in academia try to hold their noses up to trivial things like athletics and intercollegiate rivalries, at least one University of California at Berkley professor in its Department of Statistics, Ani Adhikari, is all in with the hate.

It's not 100% a certainty that there is mathematical equation that Stanford is in fact "f**ked," this season's team hasn't quite lived up to the teams that won two straight Pac-12 titles.

(via California Golden Blogs)

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Play the Game Tonight: Nick Saban, LSU, Texas A&M, and more.

Play the Game Tonight - Week 13 Wednesday edition. 

Two MAC games tonight, both kicking off at 8:00 PM ET. Bowling Green at Toledo will be on ESPN 2, while Kent State at Buffalo will be on ESPN U.