Saturday, October 17, 2015

Game Day Goulash: Jim Harbaugh, Connor Cook, Mack Brown, And More.

Game Day Goulash - Week 7 edition.

How Michigan Got Its Groove Back.
Ivan Maisel looks at how Jim Harbaugh has been able to turn Michigan's fortunes around so quickly in his first season as the Wolverines head coach. (ESPN)
Thanks, but no thanks.
Meanwhile, Harbaugh's brother, Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh, denies interest in replace Steve Sarkisian as head coach of USC. (College Football Talk)

Michigan State of Mind.
Mike Griffith profiles Michigan State starting quarterback Connor Cook, and what a win against Michigan today could mean to his legacy in East Lansing. (mLive.com)

What Could Brown Do For You?
Christian Malone ponders whether former Texas head coach Mack Brown could be a candidate to replace Steve Spurrier as head coach of South Carolina. (Saturday Down South)

Define the Great Line.
John Talty explains why today's meeting between Alabama and Texas A&M could be the pivotal game in the fledgling in-conference rivalry between the two schools. (al.com)

Back in the Saddle Again.
Dick Harmon looks at how BYU got its season back on track Friday night with a 38-24 victory over Cincinnati. (The Deseret News)

And All My Dreams, Torn Asunder. 
Utah State's 52-26 win over Boise State effectively puts an end to the Bronco's hopes of reaching a College Football Playoff-affiliated bowl game for a second year in a row. (Dr. Saturday)


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