Thursday, November 13, 2014

Play the Game Tonight: Nick Marshall, Josh Shaw, Darien Harris, and more.

Play the Game Tonight - Week 12 Thursday Edition

After two nights of #MACtion, Week 12 kicks off into high gear as East Carolina faces Cincinnati, Southern Miss plays UTSA, and California plays USC.

Ivan Maisel previews this week's mega-showdown between the no. 1 team in the country, Mississippi State, and Alabama. (ESPN)

Days of Future Passed.
Seth Emerson looks back at current Auburn starting quarterback Nick Marshall's freshman season at Georgia. Marshall was dismissed from Georgia following an incident where he allegedly robbed another student of money in a dorm. (The Macon Telegraph)

Shaw comes clean.
USC cornerback Josh Shaw talks about his suspension earlier in the season for lying about an incident involving where he suffered two ankle sprains following a dispute with his girlfriend. Shaw claimed he received the injuries while trying to save his nephew from drowning. (ESPN)

A Sort of Homecoming.
Kyle Austin profiles Michigan State linebacker Darien Harris, a native of Silver Springs, Md. Harris will be returning to his home state this weekend as Spartans go on the road to face new Big Ten member Maryland for the first time since 1950. (

There must be come misunderstanding. 
Carter Bryant ponders why the LSU-Arkansas rivalry isn't considered among the SEC's bigger rivalries. This comes in the week of the game getting out of its final game of the regular season spot in favor of LSU-Texas A&M. (Bleacher Report)

Aztecs vs. Broncos. 
Hank Corless previews Boise State vs. San Diego. (Mountain West Connection)

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