Sugar Bowl wrap-up.
Shock and Awe.
Oklahoma shocks the world by beating Alabama 45-31 in the Sugar Bowl. (AP/ESPN)
A Knight Like This.
Brian Leigh profiles America's new favorite quarterback, Trevor Knight of Oklahoma. (Bleacher Report)
Oklahoma football is back.
Because Barry Tramel said so. (The Oklahoman)
Alabama starting QB A.J. McCarron takes the blame for the Crimson Tide's loss to Oklahoma. (AL.com)
No, my bad.
Alabama offensive lineman Cyrus Kouandijo takes the blame for 'Bama's loss to the Sooners. (AL.com)
Prove It All Night?
Urban Meyer needs to prove that he can win "the big one" as Ohio State head coach. Because Rob Oller said so. Lose one Big Ten championship and you're marked for life. (The Columbus Dispatch)
Life of Ryan.
Zach Meisel profiles Ohio St. linebacker Ryan Shazier. (Cleveland.com)
The game of his life?
ESPN's Andrea Adelson declares the Orange Bowl to be a "legacy game" for Clemson starting QB Tajh Boyd.
Let's Make a Deal.
Clemson is currently working out a contract extension with head coach Dabo Swinney. (The State)
David Ubben profiled Oklahoma State starting QB Clint Chelf. (FOX Sports)
The Franklin Mint.
Tod Palmer profiles Missouri starting QB James Franklin. (The Kansas City Star)
BCS title game
Jimbo Fisher's off the field battle.
Jacque Wilson looks at Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher's campaign against Fanconi Anemia. Fisher's son was diagnosed with the blood disorder in 2011. (CNN)
Brandon Marcello profiles Auburn starting QB Nick Marshall, looking at his skill set beyond his running ability. (AL.com)
Blinded By Science.
Texas seeks the aid of Science to create a new head coach to replace Mack Brown. Texas would have gone to a coven of witches for a coach, but the last time it did, it got stuck with David McWilliams. (EDSBS)