Saturday, November 12, 2011

Game Day Goulash: Penn State, Matt Barkley, Derek Dooley, and more.

Psychoanalyzing Penn State.
Bill Phillips looks at why no one at Penn State called the police in the Jerry Sandusky scandal. (Yahoo! Health)

Conspiracy Theory.
CBS Sports' Gregg Doyel tries to looks at the Jerry Sandusky scandal, and its connections to a missing and presumed-dead district attorney who was investigating the case in 2005. (CBS Sports)

Once in a Lifetime.
TCU and Boise state meet for the first - and last - times as fellow Mountain West Conference member schools. (Rivals.com)

Mondo Kain.

Northwestern quarterback Kain Colter has proven to be a versatile asset to the Wildcats. Especially in a season where senior QB Dan Persa has been plagued injury. (ESPN)

The best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be?
Matt Barkley could be the greatest QB in USC history. Because Washington head football coach Steve Sarkisian (an assistant coach for USC in the Carson Palmer and Matt Leinart days) said so. (The Orange County Register)

Keep Your Head Up. 
Tennessee head football coach Derek Dooley manages to keeps in good spirits in an injury-plagued second year in Knoxville. (ChuckOliver.net)

Under the radar.
Alabama linebacker Nico Johnson has quietly become the team leader in tackles. He's ahead of more notable LBs like Courtney Upshaw and Dont'a Hightower. (The Montgomery Advertiser)

More, More, More.
Oklahoma  athletic director Joe Castiglione wants to see the Big 12 expand past the current 10-member configuration. (CBS Sports)

UGA "Lucky to have Mark Richt."
Because legendary Georgia QB Buck Belue said so. (Savannah Morning News)

Feed the Tree.
A look at Stanford's infamous Tree mascot. (Dr. Saturday)

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