Friday, November 29, 2013

Game Day Goulash: A.J. McCarron, Bo Pelini,

Game Day Goulash - Black and Blue Friday edition. 

The Egg Bowl and I.
Mississippi State defeats Ole Miss 17-10 in overtime to reclaim the Egg Bowl. (AP/ESPN)

Longhorns stomp Red Raiders.
Texas defeats Texas Tech 41-16. (AP/ESPN)

Hit That Perfect Beat.
Alabama starting quarterback A.J. McCarron strives for that elusive perfect season as he prepares to lead Alabama against Auburn in the Iron Bowl. (USA Today/

Chickens vs. Tiggers.
South Carolina and Clemson both try to keep their conference title hopes intact when the two in-state rivals face each other on Saturday. (CollegeFootballTalk)

The ghosts of football past.
Tom Shatel resurrects memories of the firing of former Nebraska head coach Frank Solich was he makes his argument that Bo Pelini should retain his job as the current Cornhusker head coach. Unfortunately  for Pelini, Shatel's argument centers the doubts on Nebraska athletic director Shawn Eichorst's ability to hire a coach that can regularly win 11-12 games a year.   (The Omaha World-Herald)

Let's Stay Together.
Iowa and Iowa State agree to continue their in-state rivalry series through 2021. There were concerns that the series would fall by the wayside due to Big Ten expansion. (The Cedar Rapids Gazette)


Texas A&M recruiting.
Mississippi JUCO offensive lineman Avery Gennesy commits to Texas A&M's 2014 recruiting class. (Good Bull Hunting)

The Gold Standard.
Andrew Gribble profiles legendary Alabama announcer Eli Gold. (


Send Away the Tigers.
Good Bull Hunting's THE TAILGATE previews Texas A&M vs. Missouri as Johnny Manziel and the Aggies try to avoid their third loss of the season to a Tiger-nicknamed team.

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