Sunday, November 6, 2011

Welcome to the Fallout: LSU-Alabama, Kane Colter, Joe Paterno, and more.

(Welcome to the fallout is SWRT's wrap-up of Saturday's action.)

Does America need a LSU-Alabama rematch in the BCS title game?
Dennis Dodd is skeptical of the idea. (CBS Sports)

We're number two?
Steve Greenberg questions is Oklahoma State did enough in its win over Kansas State to justify it moving up to number two in the polls. (The Sporting News)

Joe Paterno deserves some of the blame in the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
Because Mike Wise said so. (The Washington Post)

The mark of Kain.
Northwestern's  Kain Colter's gutsy playmaking helped Northwestern in its upset over Nebraska in the battle of the Big Ten's "NU" schools. (The Chicago Sun-Times)

Conference realignment is a "disaster flick."
Because John Blanchette said so. (The Spokesman-Review)

But I'm a substitute for another guy. 
Texas talks with Texas Tech about replacing Texas A&M as the Longhorns' Thanksgiving Day opponent. (The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal)

Money for Nothing. 
Joining the SEC has given Texas A&M a boost in the licensing department. (The Bryan College Station Eagle)

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