Saturday, October 4, 2014

Play the Game: BYU falls, Matt Jones, Kirk Ferentz, and more.

Play the Game Tonight - Week 6 Saturday edition.

And All My Dreams, Torn Asunder. 
BYU suffers its first loss of the season, and starting quarterback Taysom Hill for the rest of the season to a broken leg, as Utah State upset the Cougars 35-20. This game will most probably end BYU's chances to make the College Football Playoff this season. (AP/ESPN)

Orange crushed at home. 
Louisville handily defeats Syracuse 28-6. (AP/ESPN)

Mr. Jones and me tell each other fairy tales.
Robbie Andreu sits down for a Q&A session with Florida tailback Matt Jones (The Gainesville Sun)

Herbie vs. Sparty.
Noah Trister previews the huge cross-division showdown between Nebraska and Michigan State. A Michigan St. loss could put it out of the running for a CFP spot. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)

Seriously trying to figure out how to make an Oasis "Supersonic" reference involving Elsa and the doctor in the helicopter here, but drawing blanks. 
Penn State head coach James Franklin traveled to a high school game via helicopter. (College Football Talk)


When Kirk met Ned. 
Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz and Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost have a debate over coaching philosophies. Special appearance by former Iowa QB and noted outdoorsman James Vandenberg. (Black Heart Gold Pants)

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