Saturday, September 8, 2012

Game Day Goulash: Georgia suspensions, Will Muschamp, James Vandenberg vs. Steele Jantz, and more.

Down goes Utah!
Utah State beats Utah in overtime 27-20 as the Utes go 0-2 for the season. (ESPN)

Welcome to the Future.
Missouri and Texas A&M face their first conference games as members of the SEC. (ESPN)

Hot in here?
Pat Dooley looks at how important it is for Florida head football coach Will Muschamp to win Saturday's road game against Texas A&M. (The Gainesville Sun)

Ogletree and Rambo still on double-secret probation.
Georgia linebacker Alec Ogletree and safety Bacarri Rambo, whom the Bulldogs have refused to confirm or deny whether or not they are still suspended for reported drug-related issues, stayed in Athens as the team traveled for its first road game of the season against Missouri. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Hero of the Day.
Tim May profiles Ohio State walk-on fullback Craig Cataline, who served in the Persian Gulf as a member of the Navy. (The Columbus Dispatch)
Big Blue vs. Wild Blue Yonder. 
Michigan tries to rebound from its season-opening loss to Alabama as it faces Air Force in the Wolverines' home opener. (The Detroit Free Press)

The tale of the tape.
Marc Morehouse breaks down the quarterback matchup between Iowa's James Vandenberg and Iowa State's Steele Jantz as the Hawkeyes and Cyclones compete Saturday for the Cy-Hawk Trophy. (The Cedar Rapids Gazette)

Trap game? What trap game?
Alabama looks to avoid the potential post-big win trap game at home as it faces Western Kentucky. (al.com)

Huskers vs. Bruins.
Sam McKewon previews Nebraska's road game against UCLA. (The Omaha World-Herald)

Calling Baton Rouge. 
Randall Floyd previews Washington's road trip to LSU. (UW Dawg Pound)