Saturday, November 24, 2012

Game Day Goulash: Notre Dame-USC, Auburn-Alabama, and more.

Game Day Goulash


Staying Alive.
LSU keeps its hopes for both the SEC title and the BCS title by beating Arkansas 20-13. Now Alabama has to do is lose to Auburn. Don't hold your breath. (ESPN)

Huskers pierce Hawkeyes.
Nebraska tramples Iowa 13-7 on its way to solidifying the Big Ten Legends Division title. (The Omaha World-Herald)

Let's start a riot.
West Virginia beats Iowa State 31-24 in a game unofficially nicknamed the "Riot Bowl" by Wide Right & Natty Lite. (The Des Moines Register)

Rivalry games are a dish best served cold.
Michigan fought the cold weather while practicing in Ohio Stadium of Friday for today's Michigan-Ohio State game. (The Detroit Free Press)

The Last Best Hope.
Possibly the only thing keeping Notre Dame from a spot in the BCS title game is USC and its HC Lane Kiffin. Be afraid. Be very afraid. (The Los Angeles Times)

I Am the Relegation.
Team Speed Kills compares today's Kentucky-Tennessee game to a English Premier League soccer match between two teams trying to avoid regulation to a to a lower division.

Keep your eye on the sparrow War Eagle. 
Roll 'Bama Roll warns Alabama to focus on beating Aubrun, and not looking ahead to the SEC championship game against Georgia.

There's a possibility, but no chance.
Auburn looks to upset Alabama in the Iron Bowl. (The Opelika-Auburn News)

It Wasn't Me.
Alabama starting quarterback A.J. McCarron tweets to fans warning them that items they see claiming to have his autograph floating around the secondary market on them are fake, and that he didn't sign them. (al.com

UGA visits the North Avenue Trade School. 
T. Kyle King previews Georgia-Georgia Tech in this year's edition of Clean Old-Fashioned Hate. (Dawg Sports)