Sunday, November 13, 2011

Welcome to the Fallout: TCU-Boise State, Kirk Herbstreit, Branden Weeden, and more.

Sad Boise State quarterback Kellen Moore looking sad.
(Welcome to the fallout is SWRT's wrap-up of Saturday's action.) 

And All My Dreams, Torn Asunder. 
Boise State's hopes for a BCS title are blown to pieces in a loss to TCU 36-35. (CBS Sports)

I'm outta Luck, outta love.
Stanford's chances for a BCS title are shot as the Cardinal falls to Oregon 53-30. (CBS Sports)
Kirk Herbstreit wants to be Urban Meyer's quarterback coach?
Herbie's gonna look funny on the sidelines wearing Penn State blue. (Lost Lettermen)

He's a man! He's 28! 
Oklahoma State QB Brandon Weeden leads the second-ranked Cowboys to an unholy 66-6 victory over Texas Tech. (The Oklahoman)

Penn State shouldn't have been played Nebraska on Saturday. 
Because Nebraska head football coach Bo Pelini said so. (Sports By Brooks)

Hold On to What You've Got. 
Michigan State overcomes a second-half surge from Iowa to beat the Hawkeyes 37-21. (The Detroit Free Press)

Goodbye to You.
Missouri defeats Texas 17-5. Okay, maybe they do deserve to join the SEC. Maybe. (The Kansas City Star)

Pyrrhic Victory.
Missouri's victory over Texas is bittersweet as tailback Henry Josey goes down with a season-ending injury to his left knee. (The Kansas City Star)

Bulldogs > Warm Beagle. 
Georgia whips up on Auburn 45-7. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Grace Under Pressure.
Alabama QB AJ McCarron shakes off first-half struggles to lead the Crimson Tide to a 24-7 victory over Mississippi State. (The Tuscaloosa News)

Sweet Relief.
Michigan QB Devin Gardner comes in for an injured Denard Robinson to lead the Wolverines to a 31-14 (The Detroit Free Press)

Prince of Persa.
Northwestern QB Dan Persa leads the Wildcats to a 28-6 victory over Rice. (The Chicago Tribune)

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