Saturday, September 6, 2014

Play the Game Tonight: Connor Cook, Blake Bell and Trevor Knight, Brock Hekking, and more.

Play the Game Tonight - Week 2 Saturday edition. 

Wolf Packed.
Nevada hands Washington State its second straight loss as the Wolf Pack defeats the Cougars 24-13. The Mike Leach Hot Seat talk may officially commence. (ESPN)

Panthers punish Eagles.
Pittsburgh defeats Boston College 30-20 in an ACC conference game. (ESPN)

Go B1G or go home.
The Big Ten's hopes for a berth in the first College Football Playoff are on the line as Michigan State faces Oregon. (ESPN)

Kitchen is the Cook. Whoa eh oh. 
Joe Rexrode profiles Michigan State starting quarterback Connor Cook as he prepares to lead the Spartans on the field against Oregon. (The Detroit Free Press)

Oh Captain! My (Honorary) Captain!
Michigan St. men's head basketball coach Tom Izzo is the honorary captain for the Spartans for the game against Oregon. (The Detroit Free Press)

Knight Shift. 
Berry Tramel profiles Oklahoma tight end Blake Bell, the man who replaced him as starting QB of the Sooners, Trevor Knight, and how he change has been mutually beneficial for both players. (The Oklahoman)

Living on Tulsa Time. 
Ryan Aber looks at the benefits for Oklahoma as it goes on the road to play in-state All-American Conference school Tulsa.

Mullett Kintyre.
Rodger Sheman pays tribute to Nevada defensive end Brock Hekking and his platinum blonde mullett. (SB*Nation)

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