Friday, September 5, 2014

Play the Game Tonight: Jameis Winston, Kenny Hill, Mark Dantonio, and...Snoop Dogg?

Play the Game Tonight - AKA The feature formerly known as Game Day Goulash.

Fa shizzle.


Yes, "Game Day Goulash" is getting a makeover. The name was inspired by the 1982 song by Kansas, most famous for a video with two hooded figures playing chess with a fantasy-themed chess set that escaped the Franklin Mint. 

Of course how it works tomorrow when games are played in the afternoon, that's another question. So this is at least sticking around for the Friday night games.

The elephant that's still in the room.
Florida State is conducting an investigation required by Title IX into the alleged 2012 rape accusations made against Seminole starting quarterback Jameis Winston. (ESPN

New Found Glory.
Texas A&M starting quarterback Kenny Hill discusses his new-found fame. (ESPN Dallas)

Dissecting Dantonio.
Brian Bennett profiles Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio ahead of the Spartans massive Week 2 showdown against Oregon. (ESPN

Madison, so much to answer for.
Wisconsin head coach Gary Andersen defends his handling of Joel Stave's struggles which capped off a rough week for the Badgers following the team's season-opening loss to LSU. (ESPN Wisconsin)

Kleptomania runs wild!
The Seattle Seahawks are accused of swiping the play that Auburn used to tie up the game during last season's Iron Bowl. (Shutdown Corner)

I've seen the future, and it will be.
Snoop Dogg Lion Dogg predicts USC will defeat Stanford in Saturday's Pac-12 cross-division matchup. (College Spun)

To Dance with the Red Wolf.
Will Shelton previews Tennessee vs. The Arkansas State Red Wolves. (Rocky Top Talk)

Insanity


Aloha, Oy!
Dawg Sports proclaims Oregon St. vs. Hawaii (10:30 PM ET, CBS Sports Network) as the Week 2  "National Game of Disinterest."

A Few Small Repairs.
Good Bull Hunting's THE TAILGATE previews Texas A&M's home opener in the partially-remodled Kyle Field against FCS Subdivision school Lamar. Yes, the Chip Brown quote about TAMU not joining the SEC is still there.

What do Wolf Packs dream of when they take a little Wolf Pack snooze?
CougCenter provides a TAILGATE-esque guide to Washington State's Friday night opponent, Nevada. Yes, Nevada is called the Wolf Pack, and yes, there is a Hangover reference.

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