Sunday, November 18, 2012

BCS chaos, Johnny Manziel, Big Ten expansion silliness, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout


And All My Dreams, Torn Asunder.
Kansas State and Oregon, the no.1 and no.2 college football teams in the counry, go down in defeat. (Dr. Saturday)

Tonight I'm going to party like it's on sale for $19.99! 
Did Alabama fans revel in K-State and Oregon's schadenfreude? Of course they did. (al.com)

Johnny Heismanziel? 
Johnny Manziel is the Heisman Trophy frontrunner after K-State's Collin Klein's underwhelming performance against Baylor. Because Dan Irwin said so. (Rant Sports)

Risky Business?
Maryland and Rutger's reported defection to the Big Ten is a "risky gamble" for Jim Delany and co. Because Dan Wetzel said so. (Yahoo! Sports)

Hacked off.
Maryland's official Twitter account was attacked last night. Considering I just went through the same thing, I ain't gonna laugh. (Deadspin)

Sooners dodge the bullet.
Oklahoma escapes from West Virginia with a 50-49 win over the Mountaineers. (The Oklahoman)

Black Eye Gold Pants.
Iowa will miss out on bowl season for the first time since 2000 after losing to Michigan 42-17. (The Cedar Rapids Gazette)

It Doesn't Matter Anymore.
Tennessee's loss to Vanderbilt pretty much puts the last nail in the coffin for Vols head football coach Derek Dooley's continued employment in Knoxville. (Rocky Top Talk)