Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Bowl Game Day Goulash: Johnny Manziel, Mark Dantonio, Mike Bobo, and (surprise!) bowl games.

Bowl Game Day Goulash - New Year's Eve edition.

Ole Miss Freeze the Bees.
Ole Miss defeats Georgia Tech 25-17 in the Music City Bowl. (AP/ESPN)

Ducks Amuck.
Oregon trounces Texas 30-7 in Mack Browns final game as the head coach of the Longhorns. (AP/ESPN)

Red Raiders Beat the (Sun) Devils.
Texas Tech defeats Arizona State 37-23 in part to Red Raider starting quarterback Davis Webb's 4 touchdowns. Insert Mack Brown failing to recruit Webb for Texas joke here. (AP/ESPN)

Navy rings Middle Tennessee State's Bell.
Navy trounces Middle Tennessee State 24-6 in the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl. (AP/ESPN)

There's Always the Sun Bowl.
Nick Bromberg previews the Sun Bowl meeting between UCLA and Virginia Tech. (Dr. Saturday)

Texas coaching search update. 
Texas athletic director Steve Patterson says he is hoping to hire a new head coach for the Longhorns by January 15. (ESPN)

Obligatory Johnny Manziel item of the day.
Dan Wolken looks at what may be Texas A&M starting QB Johnny Manziel's final college game leading the Aggies against Duke in the Chick-fil-A Bowl. (USA Today)

Mark Weiszer discusses speculation that Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo may be a candidate for the head coaching job at Georgia Southern. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Eight Arms to Hold You. 
The SEC will make it eight SEC titles in a row with Auburn beating Florida State. Because Jon Solomon said so. (AL.com)

The high cost of winning.
Michigan State athletic director Mark Hollis has already been in discussions with Spartan head coach Mark Dantonio regarding pay increases for Dantonio and his coaching staff. (The Detroit Free Press)


Eat Mor Dookie.
Good Bull Hunting previews the Chick-fil-A Bowl showdown between Texas A&M and Duke from an Aggie point of view. You can guess why it's listed here.

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