Sunday, January 1, 2012

Welcome to the Fallout: Andrew Luck, Denard Robinson, Aaron Murray, and more.

Eat More Cavalier. 
Auburn defeats Virginia in the Chick-fil-A Bowl 43-24. (Rivals.com)

I'm a Sun King, baby. With you, I'll share my throne. 
Utah defeats Georgia Tech in a 30-27 come-from-behind overtime victory in the Sun Bowl. (Rivals.com)


She is Liberty, and she comes to rescue me.
Cincinnati defeats Vanderbilt in the Liberty Bowl 31-24. (Rivals.com)

The Hunger Games.
Illinois defeats UCLA in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. (Rivals.com)

The End of the Road. 
Texas A&M get their final win as a Big 12 team as the Aggies beat Northwestern 33-22 in the Meineke Car Care Bowl. (Rivals.com)

But I'm a Luck-y man, with fire in my hands.
Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck talks about growing up the son of  former NFL QB Oliver Luck. He spent nine years living in Europe while his dad worked in the front offices of NFL Europe. (The Oklahoman)

I guess this is growing up. 
Kyle Meinke reports on the maturation process of Michigan QB Denard Robinson. (Ann Arbor.com)

Hometown boys done good. 
Georgia QB Aaron Murray and tight end Orson Charles have been media darlings in their home town of Tampa, where Georgia faces Michigan State in the Outback Bowl. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

We are not amused.
Washington shows its displeasure with the Huskies' 67-56 loss to Baylor in the Alamo Bowl by firing defensive coordinator Nick Holt. (CBS Sports)

Mike Bianchi renames the Gator Bowl "the  Urban Meyer Traitor Bowl."
Shut up, Mike. (The Orlando Sentinel)

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