What I Loved and Hated from College Football Week 12

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What I Loved and Hated from College Football Week 12
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One day, without warning, Ed Orgeron was told he no longer had to drive his 2007 Toyota Corolla with the power steering. He was tossed the keys to a Ferrari—one that admittedly has some wear and tear, but goodness, it’s a Ferrari—and he was given permission to drive until it was time to give it up. 

He has no business driving this car. In fact, you often wonder if he really knows how to handle it accordingly. And that’s what makes this unexpected surge so much fun to watch.

USC’s win over Stanford reminds you that the weekends you sleep on can often sneak up on you. For further evidence of this, take a look at Auburn and Georgia.

Week 12 didn’t look like it would provide much on paper, but then college football happened. There were amazing, BCS-altering catches, dogs giving high-fives, incredible state troopers delivering bone-crunching tackles and so much more.

Here’s what I loved and hated in Week 12.

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