Sunday, November 11, 2012

Johnny Manziel, Derek Dooley, Marquess Wilson, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout.

Shock and Awe.
Ivan Maisel discusses whether or not Texas A&M's  29-24 knockout of no. 1-ranked Alabama will result in the SEC being knocked out of the BCS title game for the first time since 2005. (ESPN)

Johnny Manziel, poet and a prohpet?
David Harris rechristens  Johnny Manziel "The Prophet" after the Texas A&M starting quarterback tweets "Give to them nothing, but take from them EVERYTHING." before the Aggies' victory over Alabama. Exaggerate much in Texas? (The Bryan-College Station Eagle)

Our Bad.
Alabama center Barrett Jones blames the Tide's loss to Texas A&M on the failure to cash in on "so many missed opportunities"to win. (

I have become comfortably numb.
Fan reaction to Bama's loss to Texas A&M set to Pink Floyd's "Comfortably Numb." (Roll 'Bama Roll)

Meanwhile, Back in reality...

Staking a claim on no.1.
Kansas State makes it's argument for being the no. 1 team in the nation by defeating TCU 23-10. (ESPN)

Not so fast, my friend.
Oregon decimates Cal 59-17 to make it's claim to being the best team in the country. (ESPN)

Me too.
Notre Dame remains undefeated with a 21-6 win over Boston College. (ESPN)

Every Dawg Has Its Day.
Georgia wins the SEC East title and earns its ticket to the SEC title game by emasculating Auburn 38-0. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Derek Dooley is toast?
Derek Dooley is toast. Because Joel Hollingsworth said so. (Rocky Top Talk)

There's a possibility, but no chance.
Evan Woodbery looks at Tennessee's chances to become bowl elligible despite losing to Missouri in quadruple-overtime. (The Knoxville News Sentinel)

Washington State wide receiver Marquess Wilson quits the team while accusing the Cougars' head football coach Mike Leach of "physical, emotional and verbal abuse" of his teammates" in an open letter. (SB*Nation)

Working overtime.
Michigan defeats Northwestern in overtime 38-31. (The Detroit Free Press)