Saturday, September 7, 2013

Game Day Goulash. Steve Spurrier vs. Georgia, Johnny Manziel, Notre Dame vs. Michigan, and more.

Game Day Goulash - Week Two edition. 

We're playing those mind games together. 
Chris Low looks at how bad South Carolina head football coach Steve Spurrier has gotten into Georgia's head over the past twenty years. Spurrier has a 15-5 lifetime record coaching against Georgia at both Florida and South Carolina. (ESPN)

Once More, With Feeling?
Team Speed Kills wonders if Georgia's offensive line will cost it another win this week against South Carolina. Probably.

Obligatory Johnny Manziel item of the day. 
Alex Sims looks at the public backlash against Texas A&M starting quarterback Johnny Manziel. And by public backlash, he means media pundits. (The Bleacher Report)

Last Chance for a Thousand Years. 
Zach Travis previews the final scheduled meeting between Notre Dame and Michigan at Michigan Stadium. (Maize N Brew)

Bring the Noise. 
Mark Snyder looks at how structural changes to Michigan Stadium have changed the home of the Wolverines' reputation from being a relatively quiet building (even with 100,000 in attendance) to a raucous stadium. (The Detroit Free Press)

We're talking over. 
USC has reached a deal to take over operations of Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. (ESPN)

I feel the pain of everyone, and then I feel nothing.
Tom Fornelli feels bad for Alabama starting QB A.J. McCarron as he has to deal with mom Dee Dee Bonner and girlfriend Katherine Webb sharing the cover of an Alabama-based women's magazine. Hey, if McCarron was able to handle Webb on Splash! he can handle anything. (The Champaign Room)

Bacon Bits. 
Rodger Sherman interviews John U. Bacon, author of the new book Fourth and Long: The Fight for the Soul of College Football, in which Bacon covers at the 2012 seasons of Michigan, Northwestern, Ohio State and Penn State. (Sippin' On Purple)


The Point of No Return?
"Johnny Manziel Points at Things." Self explanitory. (Good Bull Hunting)

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