Most of you have probably seen this, but if you haven't, the Orlando Sentinel has a look at how college football would be different if Tim Tebow had chosen Alabama over Florida. The effects would have been far reaching, sure, but it's really just a fluff piece about Tebow.
There's a good read in the Wall Street Journal about Southern football and its rise to prominence.
Army's camo uniforms are awesome.
It's hard not to root for Buffalo head coach Turner Gill. His post-game interview and subsequent man-hug with his AD after last night's shellacking of Testicle Tech—I mean Ball State—are what the passion of college football is all about.
I can't imagine he's going to be at Buffalo much longer. The Bulls joined D1A in 1999 and were an underdog in every game for seven years. They'd won 17 games in their first nine seasons and are now MAC champions. It's a remarkable feat what Gill accomplished in three seasons.
I still don't agree with the Tuberville firing. I disagree more with how Auburn AD Jay Jacobs is handling it, claiming it was Tubby's choice and that Auburn paid the $5 million-plus buyout because they "felt it was the right thing to do."
That said, his firing will also resonate in Starkville.
First off, Bulldog fans, there is absolutely no chance that Tommy Tuberville is you head coach next year. It's not going to happen.
Secondly, it knocks the MSU job down another notch as Auburn will certainly have first choice over MSU. While getting rid of Croom was the right thing to do, it's not going to be easy to convince someone to move to Starkville to compete with Saban and Miles and Nutt and Petrino for recruits.
The line for today's SEC Championship game has held steady at 10 points all week, so the money's been split pretty evenly. I think it's a fair line and if each team plays their game, it's about what the margin would be.