Saturday, October 22, 2011

Game Day Goulash: Kirk Cousins, Tyrann Mathieu, Lee Corso, and more.

(Game Day Goulash is SWRT's  all-encompassing Game Day college football extravaganza.)    


Upset in the Carrier Dome. 

Syracuse upsets fellow Big East school (for now) West Virginia 49-23. (Rivals.com)


LSU in stealth mode. 

LSU is still keeping silent in regards to the reported suspensions Tyrann Mathieu, Spencer Ware,  Tharold Simon for failing drug tests. (The Shreveport Times)

Rick Neuheisel on the Hot Seat?
What do you think? (The Los Angeles Times)


Under the Radar. 

Michigan State Quarterback Kirk Cousins' success this season is getting overshadowed by things such as William Gholston's suspension. (MLive.com)


Out of the frying pan in to the fire. 

Michigan State's defense goes from shutting down Michigan QB Denard Robinson last Saturday to facing Wisconsin and its star QB Russell Wilson. (The Detroit News)


Head Games.
Today's ESPN College GameDay in East Lansing, MI for the Wisconsin-Michigan St. game  marks the 200th time Lee Corso dons a mascot head during the pics segment. That joke isn't funny anymore. (The Oakland Press)

On the road and on the ropes. 

Georgia Tech finds itself in a must-win situation on the road against Miami if the Yellow Jackets want to keep their hopes for an ACC championship alive. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)


For the Boys.
Georgia head football coach Mark Richt is spending the Bulldog's bye week by watching oldest son Jon Richt's football game at Mars Hill College, and second oldest son's David perform at a venue in Atlanta. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

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