Saturday, December 4, 2010

Game Day Goulash SEC Championship Game, Big 12 Championship Game, Rich Rodriguez, and...Women's Basketball?

Auburn will beat South Carolina in the SEC Championship game. Because Tony Barnhart says go. (Mr. College Football)

Last Chance for a Thousand Years. The final Big 12 Championship Game is being played at Cowboys Stadium in  Arlington, Texas between Nebraska and Oklahoma. The Cornhuskers will be looking to take the title with them to the Big Ten next season. (Rivals.com)

Or maybe not. Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini believes the Big 12 will add more teams and bring back the Big 12 Championship Game in a few years. (Austin American-Statesman)

Hey, we've got a championship game too. Florida State and Virginia Tech square off in the ACC Championship Game. (ESPN)

If John Swofford's not happy, then everybody's not happy. ACC Commissioner John Swofford isn't too keen about the NCAA's decision that Cam Newton was eligible to play for Auburn. (Go Vols Xtra)

The Final Countdown. Only Oregon State stands between Oregon and the BCS title game. (Rivals.com)

Not quite a Rhodes Scholarship, but it's close enough. Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy is among three Crimson Tide players to be going to the Under Armour Senior Bowl.  (al.com)

Bros helping bros. Fellow 7-5 Big Ten coaches try to help out Rich Rodriguez. Another fine Black Heart Gold Pants moment. (Black Heart Gold Pants)


Headed for a heartbreak? Likely Sugar Bowl team Ohio State will be most likely be facing off against an SEC team. Sadly, the Buckeyes are 1-10-1 against the SEC since 1970. (Moondog Sports)

MEN'S BASKETBALL

The Road Back. Butler's basketball program has garnered more attention and respect between last spring's NCAA Basketball National Championship game against Duke and today's highly anticipated rematch. But it's also faced a few road bumps too. (Rivals.com)

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL


Bork! Bork! Bork! Georgia Tech is depending on three players from Sweden to get past Georgia. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

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