Thursday, October 1, 2015

Game Day Goulash: Leonard Fournette, Jayon Kearse, Will Grier, and more.

Game Day Goulash - Week 5 Thursday edition. 

Hurricanes vs. Bearcats
Antwan Staley previews Thursday night's game between Miami and Cincinnati. (Athlon Sports)

The Sign of the Fournette.
Athlon Sports names LSU's Leonard Fournette as the top running back in college football for the month of September. Georgia's Nick Chubb comes in at second, with Notre Dame's C.J. Prosise in at third. (Dr. Saturday)

When Irish Eyes Are Talking Trash. 
Clemson safety Jayron Kearse says that he expects Saturday's contest between Notre Dame and the Tigers to be as "chippy" as the trash talk from some Notre Dame players has gotten. (The Anderson Independent Mail)

The Will to Power.
Florida head coach Jim McElwain names Will Grier as the Gators' starting quarterback against Ole Miss. (The Gainesville Sun)

Top Dawg/Underdog? 
Bill Connelly wonders whether Georgia can overcome the visiting Alabama Crimson Tide on Saturday in a game where 'Bama is somehow considered the "underdog." (SB*Nation)

The Missiles of October. 
John Talty ponders how Alabama will be able to survive a tougher-than-it-looks October schedule, with games against Georgia, Arkansas, Texas A&M, and Tennessee upcoming. (al.com)

This is my fight song.
Michigan State changes the name of its 100 year-old fight song from the relatively self-descriptive "MSU Fight Song" to "Victory for MSU." (mLive.com)

Where Do We Go From Here? 
Black Heart Gold Pants looks ahead to conference play for Iowa as the Hawkeyes prepare for Big Ten conference play. 

Insanity


Cowbells vs. Yells.
Good Bull Hunting's THE TAILGATE (which must always be spelled in all capital letters) previews Saturday's SEC West showdown between Mississippi State and Texas A&M. Anyone familiar with THE TAILGATE will understand why it listed in this section of the article. 

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