Thursday, November 24, 2011

Thanksgiving Game Day Goulash: Texas-Texas A&M, Les Miles, Andrew Luck, and more.

Oh, don't act so surprised.
 (Game Day Goulash is SWRT's  all-encompassing Game Day college football extravaganza.)    


We'll meet again. Don't know where. Don't know when.
Kirk Bohls looks at the final meeting (for now) of Texas and Texas A&M. (The Austin American-Statesman)

Andrew Luck isn't enrolled for next quarter at Stanford.
And we're supposed to be shocked by this? (Rivals.com)

LSU can handle big games.
Because Les Miles said so. (The Times-Picayune)

A Spanner in the Works?
Auburn seeks to derail Alabama's hopes for a shot at the BCS Championship game in Friday's Iron Bowl showdown. (al.com)

Trip Around the Sun. 
Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron looks back at his "first true test" subbing for the injured Greg McElroy in last year's Iron Bowl. (al.com)

All the Marbles.
Your guide to the Virginia Tech-Virginia game, which will be for bragging rights in the state of Virginia, as well as for the ACC Coastal Division title. (Gobbler Country)

So I am thankful that I'm incapable of doing any good on my own.
Despite a tumultuous year for the Tennessee athletic department, the Vols nation has plenty to be thankful for. Because Mike Strange said so. (Knoxville News Sentinel)

Links in a chain passed down through the years.
A looks at the family connections of Miami players Jacory Harris, Sean Spence, and Tommy Streeter, whose fathers have been lifelong friends since attending the same high school. (The Miami Herald)

You say you want a revolution?
Bruins Nation looks at successful movement by Ole Miss supporters to remove former athletic director Pete Boone as a template for an organized effort to remove UCLA athletic director Dan Guerrero. (Bruins Nation)

The Big Ten isn't strong enough for the BCS. 
Because Drew Sharp said so. (The Detroit Free Press)


They're just not into you.
BYU will not be a member of the Big East. (ESPN)

Mum's the world. 
Georgia head football coach Mark Richt is keeping quiet about the status of tailbacks Isaiah Crowell (sprained ankle) and Carleton Thomas (can't stay out of trouble) for Saturday's irritation of Clean Old Fashioned Hate against Georgia Tech.  (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)


We could be heroes, just for one day.
An Iowa sheriff and a Nebraska cancer survivor are the first "citizen heroes" to be honored on the trophy of the first-ever "Heroes Game" between Iowa and Nebraska. (The Quad City Times)

An LSU-Arkansas drinking game?
An LSU-Arkansas drinking game.  (Outkick the Coverage)

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