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Game Day Goulash: Mark Richt, Andrew Luck, Les Miles, and more.

Game Day Goulash: Mark Richt, Andrew Luck, Les Miles, and more.

By Juan Cena in SWRT on October 8, 2011

(Game Day Goulash is SWRT's  all-encompassing Game Day college football extravaganza.)   Boise State 2, Teams nicknamed "Bulldogs" 0. Boise State started October the same way it did September by beating a team nicknamed the Bulldogs. This time Fresno State got the dubious achievement of losing to the Broncos 57-7. (Rivals.com) Coincidence? I think not.  Comparing Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck to Peyton Manning. Which has nothing to do with the very good possibility that Luck could end up as the number one NFL Draft pick of the Indianapolis, right? (CSN Bay Area) Texas and Oklahoma belong together in the same conference. Because Ivan Maisel said so. (ESPN) We stand between the Darkness and the Light. Georgia head football coach Mark Richt will either come out of the Dawgs' road game against Tennessee with either his 100th win, or another nail in the coffin for his career at Georgia. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution) Tennessee will not have a winless October. Because John Adams said so. This despite a schedule with Georgia, LSU, Alabama, South Carolina. (The Knoxville News Sentinel) LSU is now overlooking Florida on the way to facing Alabama. Because Les Miles said so. (The Advocate. No, not that one.) In our old familiar place.  Clemson is looking more and more like the Clemson of the past, no matter how many Tiger fans are embarrassed by Dabo Swinney. (ChuckOliver.net) The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday. The Michigan State top-ranked defense in the country's toughest games are still ahead of them, including Michigan, Wisconsin, and Nebraska. (The Detroit News) Mellow Yellow. Mississippi State kicker Derek DePasquale is getting as much attention for his on-the-field kicking performance as his bright yellow shoes are. (Note, I would have used the "Pumped Up Kicks" line, but The Clarion-Ledger beat me to it, dangit!) (The Clarion-Ledger) The Ghosts That Haunt Me.  Michigan defensive coordinator Gregg Mattison recalls his stint as Northwestern defensive line coach from 1979-80, back when the Wildcats was the punch line for mediocrity in college football. (The Detroit Free Press.  HT: Lake the Posts) Further expansion of the Big Ten  is "not on the radar." Because Jim Delany said so. Translation: The stealth helicopter Delany ordered to visit potential member schools has finally been delivered. (Rivals.com) Originally Pubished at: Shirts With Random Triangles

Nick Saban's epic response to a 'Bama fans stupid question.

Nick Saban's epic response to a 'Bama fans stupid question.

By Juan Cena in SWRT on October 7, 2011

Alabama fans beware. You should never, ever, EVER, ask Nick Saban why he doesn't do things like The Bear used to do them. That's because your ear might fall off listening to his lengthy response. Sadly, a 'Bama fan named Jason (from Prattville, appropriately enough) did this, asking why Saban never ran the wishbone. Saban's response was both lengthy and legendary. "First of all, I don't know how to coach it," Saban began. "Secondly, I don't think in this day and age, the way football has developed to a much more wide-open game. ... It's amazing to me when you look in the newspaper and you look at the NFL stats of the best offenses and the best defenses, just maybe 20 years ago the team that could run the ball the best was usually the team that had the best chance of winning, and now you see the No. 1 offense and they have 3,000 yards passing and 300 rushing." Next question? No. Saban was just getting warmed up. "I mean, the game has just changed so dramatically in terms of how wide open it is and how sophisticated the passing game is and how you spread people out on the field and utilize skill players," he said. "I think the wishbone is a very, very difficult offense to defend, and having defended it and played against it. ..." Saban then began talking about how, back in the day when he was but a lowly West Virginia assistant coach, how the Mountaineers got plastered on the field by Oklahoma (which ran the wishbone at the time) in a 52-10 loss. "I remember playing Billy Sims and all of them," Saban said. "They have the chuck wagon with the horses, and every time they score a touchdown they go around. They (darn) near died that day. We didn't even slow them down. They had some pretty good guys running it, too." Saban then mentioned how Georgia Tech's current offense is similar to the wishbone, and then spun it into pimping for Alabama's home game against FCS school Georgia Southern, whom the Tide will spank host on Nov. 19. All in all, it was a blockbuster of a response, and one making Saban will be remembered for in years to come in Alabama lore as much as his 2009 BCS championship. You can listen to the call here. The fun starts at around the 25:40 mark. (via al.com) Originally Pubished at: Shirts With Random Triangles

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Derek Dooley, Tyler, Bray, Tyrann Mathieu, and more.

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Derek Dooley, Tyler, Bray, Tyrann Mathieu, and more.

By Juan Cena in SWRT on October 7, 2011

(Covering Dixie Like Mildew is the SWRT roundup of SEC news, with the occasional pesky Southern school from another conference.)     His Hairness Speaks.  Tennessee head football coach Derek Dooley talks about playing Georgia on Saturday, his relationship with his father (legendary former UGA coach Vince Dooley, the state of Tennessee football, and yes, the orange pants. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution) Do not diss Derek Dooley on the radio. Otherwise his mother, Barbara Dooley might come on the air and chew your ears off. (Dr. Saturday) The Day of the Bray? Tennessee's game at home against Georgia could cement Vols' star quarterback as the SEC's best quarterback, or it could expose him as just being full of hype. (The Los Angeles Times) Happy Anniversary, baby! Mark Weiszer look back on the tenth anniversary of the Georgia-Tennessee "Hobnail Boot" game. (The Athens Banner-Herald) A Sort of Homecoming. Will Muschamp reminisces on his days as LSU defensive coordinator under Nick Saban on the eve of his first trip to Baton Rouge as Florida head football coach. (The Times-Picayune) A loss to LSU on Saturday won't hurt Florida. Because Paul Sjoberg said so. (Bourbon Meyer) I'll take "Badger Heisman candidates not named Russell Wilson for $600, Alex." LSU cornerback Tyrann "Honey Badger" Mathieu is making a name for himself in the race for Heisman Trophy. (The Times-Picayune) Toss Up! Who is doing the better coaching job in the SEC this year: LSU's Les Miles or Auburn's Gene Chizik? (ESPN) Originally Pubished at: Shirts With Random Triangles

Big Tentacles: Bo Pelini, Russell Wilson, Kirk Cousins, and more.

Big Tentacles: Bo Pelini, Russell Wilson, Kirk Cousins, and more.

By Juan Cena in SWRT on October 7, 2011

(Big Tentacles is the SWRT look at the Big Ten and the schools it not-so-secretly covets.)   Homeland Security.  Nebraska tries to make sure its first Big Ten home game against Ohio State isn't like the Huskers' 45-17 loss to Wisconsin last Saturday. (The Chicago Tribune) Bo Pelini is a "disciple of discipline." That probably doesn't his lack of ability to control is tongue, however. (The Columbus Dispatch) Our Honor Defend.  Ohio State's chances for a road game victory against Nebraska depend on it's ability to defend against Husker quarterback Taylor Martinez's "Big play ability." (The Columbus Dispatch) Eyes Off the Prize. Wisconsin QB Russell Wilson says he's focusing on success on the field, and not talk about hims winning the Heisman Trophy. (Wisconsin State Journal) Penn State is an ex-"national power." Because Bruce Feldman said so. (CBS Sports) Hit the Road Jack. Brady Hoke and Michigan get ready for the Wolverines' first road game of the season against Northwestern. (The Detroit Free Press) I'm Alright, don't nobody worry 'bout me. Michigan State QB Kirk Cousins defends himself over how some of his critics perceive his level of play this season. (The Detroit Free Press) What do you do when you're branded? A look at the "branding" efforts of the "2.5 version" of the Iowa Defense. (The Gazette) Up in the Air. Injured Notre Dame defensive end Ethan Johnson's status for Saturday's game against Air Force will be a game-time decision. (The Chicago Tribune) Notre Dame's status as an independent is endangered. Because Brett McMurphy said so.(CBS Sports) Burning Man.  Northwestern linebacker Collin Ellis' style of play is describes as playing "with his hair on fire." (The Chicago Tribune) Originally Pubished at: Shirts With Random Triangles

Unquiet on the Western Front: LaMichael James, Andrew Luck, Dennis Erickson, and more.

Unquiet on the Western Front: LaMichael James, Andrew Luck, Dennis Erickson, and more.

By Juan Cena in SWRT on October 7, 2011

(Unquiet on the Western Front is SWRT's look at the Pac-12, WAC, Mountain West, and other West Coast/Rocky Mountain schools extravaganza.)  Pyrrhic Victory. Oregon beats Cal 43-15, but loses running back LaMichael James to a dislocated right elbow in the fourth quarter. (Rivals.com)  Another day, another dog and pony show.  The Boise State Broncos faces its second Bulldog-nicknamed opponent this year as it goes on the road against Fresno State. (Rivals.com) Fun while it lasted. Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck will not be making any more appearances as a receiver. (San Jose Mercury News) Not going anywhere for a while? Stanford punter David Green doesn't get much time on the field due to the on-the-field success of Cardinal QB Andrew Luck. Maybe he should transfer to Georgia. His playing time would quadruple after one game. (ESPN) Mystery Achievement.  Colorado suspends five defensive players for the ever popular "violating unspecified team rules." (Rivals.com) A Dennis Erickson Drinking Game? A Dennis Erickson Drinking Game. (Block U) And yes... That was a link to a drinking game on a Utah-centric website. Just enjoy the irony and move on. Don't Worryth, Be Happyth. Utah geth a peth tawk frohm "ESPN analyth Dr. Lou Holtz." (Block U) Originally Pubished at: Shirts With Random Triangles

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Tyler Bray, Aaron Murray, Les Miles, and more.

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Tyler Bray, Aaron Murray, Les Miles, and more.

By Juan Cena in SWRT on October 6, 2011

(Covering Dixie Like Mildew is the SWRT roundup of SEC news, with the occasional pesky Southern school from another conference.)      Tyler Bray will be the first overall draft pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. Because Will Shelton said so. (Rocky Top Talk) Sophomore slump? What sophomore slump? With the Georgia-Tennessee on the horizon, Bill King asks if UGA quarterback Aaron Murray is facing a sophomore slump. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution) This Could Be the Night. Georgia head football coach Mark Richt could notch up his 100th victory against Tennessee at Neyland Stadium on Saturday. (Knoxville News Sentinel) Stop Draggin' My Heart Around. The Missouri-to-the-SEC meme needs to be resolved, and resolved now. Because Andy Staples said so. (SI.com) Triple Threat? Florida could possibly play all three healthy quarterbacks against inner-division rival LSU on Saturday. (SI.com) Living on Tulsa Time.  Arkansas will host Tulsa on November 3, 2012 for the 72nd meeting between the two schools. (Tulsa World) Money for Nothing. Vanderbilt's David Williams is the SEC's highest paid athletic director. Can you say "highway robbery?" (ChuckOliver.net) Please Hatter Don't Hurt 'Em. Grantland's resident college football columnist John Brandon begs LSU head football coach Les Miles to be gentle with his beloved Gators. My suggestion to Miles: Ground and pound 'em. (Grantland) Brushfire Fairytales.  The LSU QB situation involving Jordan Jefferson's suspension and reinstatement, along with the success of Jarett Lee during the suspension, is  described as a parable of Les Miles trying to build a campfire. (The Belly of the Beast) Originally Pubished at: Shirts With Random Triangles

Big 12 gets the gold mine (TCU), the SEC gets the shaft (Texas A&M).

Big 12 gets the gold mine (TCU), the SEC gets the shaft (Texas A&M).

By Juan Cena in SWRT on October 6, 2011

The news out of the Big 12 is that the conference will reportedly be inviting TCU to replace Texas A&M, which is joining the SEC. Meanwhile, Missouri may or may not be heading to the SEC right behind the Aggies, but it's not quite clear if enough SEC members want another Tiger-nicknamed team in the conference. At least not Mizzou. By adding TCU, the Big 12 is getting the school that the SEC should have been after. With all the talk about the market share that Texas A&M or Missouri would bring to the SEC, the truth is that neither program is one that has performed at the level TCU has in the past few years, going to two BCS bowls in a row and beating Wisconsin in the 2011 Rose Bowl. TCU would have raised the level of competition in the SEC, as well as giving it a toehold in the Dallas market. Now, it will be able to thrive in the Big 12. Meanwhile, judging from last Saturday's defeat to Arkansas, Texas A&M will be lucky to get one quality win in the SEC per year. The SEC missed out on adding one of the rising stars of the NCAA in TCU to a powerhouse of member schools. Instead, it gets Texas A&M, a school looking for more of a handout instead of a chance to prove it belongs among the NCAA elite. (via ESPN, The Birmingham News) Originally Pubished at: Shirts With Random Triangles

Big Tentacles: Russell Wilson, Pat Fitzgerald, and...Kerry Collins?

Big Tentacles: Russell Wilson, Pat Fitzgerald, and...Kerry Collins?

By Juan Cena in SWRT on October 6, 2011

(Big Tentacles is the SWRT look at the Big Ten and the schools it not-so-secretly covets.)  Wisconsin quarterback Russell Wilson is the new Heisman Trophy frontrunner. Because Tom Dienhart said so. (Rivals.com) The Payback. Michigan will get a $4.7 million-dollar payout from its neutral-site game against Alabama at Cowboys Stadium in Dallas next year. (CBS Sports) Money for Nothing. ESPN looks at the  salaries for Big Ten athletic directors. (ESPN) Incomplete Control.  Northwestern head football coach Pat Fitzgerald blames the Wildcats' recent woes on lack of execution. (The Chicago Tribune) The Observer.  Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick says the school is keeping a close eye on the shifting realities of conference allegiances and expansion. (ESPN) Always look on the bright side of life.  Trying to look for positives in Purdue's dismal showing against Notre Dame. Good luck. (Off Tackle Empire) Rats leaving a sinking ship? Indiana has had six players quit the team in the past two weeks, including three that quit just this week alone. (The Indianapolis Star) Brutus Buckeye is the Devil. Michigan State head football coach Mark Dantonio showed The Waterboy to his team to motivate them to their first win over Ohio State since 1998. (ESPN) Joe Paterno finally picks a fulltime starting QB. Sadly, it's Kerry Collins. Another Black Heart Gold Pants classic piece of comedy gold. (Black Heart Gold Pants) Originally Pubished at: Shirts With Random Triangles

Garrett Gilbert is an ex-Longhorn.

Garrett Gilbert is an ex-Longhorn.

By Juan Cena in SWRT on October 6, 2011

Former Texas starting quarterback Garrett Gilbert must have felt unwelcome after losing his starting job. He has asked for, and has been granted his release from the Longhorn program. Where Gilbert winds up is unknown, but where he was reportedly found Wednesday might be a little hint of things to come. "UT has provided him an unconditional release. UT did not say where Gilbert would transfer. There were some reports on Twitter that Gilbert was spotted at SMU’s practice in Dallas today." Gilbert going from being a Longhorn to being a Mustang might turn a few heads. Whether or not he becomes Craig James' new best friend is another subject for another day. (via The Austin American Statesman) Originally Pubished at: Shirts With Random Triangles

The Ultimate Warrior is Oklahoma linebacker Tom Wort's mentor.

The Ultimate Warrior is Oklahoma linebacker Tom Wort's mentor.

By Juan Cena in SWRT on October 6, 2011

People look to various places for inspiration. For Oklahoma linebacker Tom Wort, it's The Ultimate Warrior.  Wort has been getting wisdom from the former WWF (now WWE) Heavyweight Champion (and general nutcase) through the magic of YouTube. "The man advising Wort via YouTube was retired pro wrestler Ultimate Warrior. The wrestler, who had his name legally changed to Warrior in 1993 (seriously!), closed his two-minute video with the following reminder: "The classical philosophers of old said this about the battlefields. They said out of every 100 men, 10 of them should not even be there, 80 of them are just targets and nine of them are the real fighters. That makes for 99, but the one - they said of the one, 'Ahhhh, he is a warrior.' Go out there tonight and be the ... ultimate warrior. Show that intensity that makes you different from everybody else, and neither be embarrassed or ashamed about it. Be proud." Wort has taken the pep talk to heart. He heads into this week's Red River Rivalry showdown with Texas ranked second on his team with 25 tackles, and his energy and emotion have helped him emerge as one of the biggest playmakers for the top-ranked team in the coaches' poll." This relationship began after Oklahoma coaches showed the team some of the Warrior's most insane acts of incoherence  greatest performances during two-a-day practices. Apparently Wort took things way too seriously and contacted the retired wrestler via Twitter. And what has the retired wrestler told his young apprentice? "What I do is I try to make him understand he can look at these games as just games," Warrior says, "or he can look at them as gateways to greatness. ... I inspire him to think that every single second on that field is an opportunity to impress somebody about what he's capable of. Never go into a game thinking it's just another game."  Maybe The Ultimate Warrior isn't the greatest place to seek wisdom and understanding. But considering how Ric Flair has pretty much gone down the downward spiral lately, Wort could do worse. (via Rivals.com) Originally Pubished at: Shirts With Random Triangles

Covering Dixie Like Mildew:Nick Saban, Houston Nutt, Aaron Murray, and more.

Covering Dixie Like Mildew:Nick Saban, Houston Nutt, Aaron Murray, and more.

By Juan Cena in SWRT on October 6, 2011

(Covering Dixie Like Mildew is the SWRT roundup of SEC news, with the occasional pesky Southern school from another conference.)    The SEC Champion won't be coming out of the SEC East.  Because Tony Barnhart said so. (CBS Sports) Emotional Rescue...not.  Alabama head football coach Nick Saban downplays emotion as a factor in winning football games. (al.com) Alabama is better than LSU. Because Chadd Scott said so. (ChuckOliver.net) What can Texas A&M expect from being an SEC member school? Judging from last Saturday's loss to Arkansas, nothing but pain and woe. (ESPN) Auburn head football coach Gene Chizik "stole" a recruit from Ole Miss. Because Ole Miss head football coach Houston Nutt said so. (The Birmingham News) On the lookout.  Tennessee is preparing to deal with Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray as both a passing and running threat. (Knoxville News Sentinel) It's Getting Better All the Time. Despite a 2-2 record, Georgia's defense has improved since last season. It's still going to be facing a test this Saturday against Tennessee's passing offense, led by its star quarterback, Tyler Bray. (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution) Originally Pubished at: Shirts With Random Triangles

Crossing the Atlantic: Clemson, Paul Johnson, Randy Edsall, and more.

Crossing the Atlantic: Clemson, Paul Johnson, Randy Edsall, and more.

By Juan Cena in SWRT on October 5, 2011

Guess how many Red Bulls 8-Ball drank this morning? (Crossing the Atlantic is a look at the ACC, Big East and other schools on the East Coast.)    Stacking Up.  Travis Sawchik looks at how Clemson stacks up against BCS champion teams of the previous 10 years. (The Post and Courier) It's in the cards. Maryland offensive coordinator Gary Crowton, formerly of Oregon, brought over the Duck-like use of signal cards with bizarre pictures with him. What Crowton didn't bring with him (so far): Oregon's on-the-field success. (The Baltimore Sun) It Don't Come Easy. Maryland players have had a harder than expected transistio period to first-year head football coach Randy Edsall style of coaching. (The Baltimore Sun) Conspiracy Theory. Tomahawk Nation questions why ACC officials aren't  calling holding penalties against teams trying to neutralize FSU defensive Bjorn Werner. The fact that he's white and German actually come into play. (Tomahawk Nation) Boston College head football coach Frank Spaziani on the hot seat? Boston College head football coach Frank Spaziani on the hot seat? (Heights and Lows) Yellow Jackets injured. Georgia Tech linebackers Jeremiah Attaochu and Daniel Drummond will reportedly miss Saturday's game against Maryland due to injury. (ChuckOliver.net) Georgia Tech head football coach Paul Johnson hopes Georgia Tech students will attend Saturday's home game against Maryland.  A commenter suggests Johnson go out and talk to the fraternities about showing up earlier. Ron Zook tried visiting the frats down at Florida once. It didn't end very well. (From the Rumble Seat) And to prove that point... EDSBS has its version as how a visit to a Georgia Tech student by Johnson might go. (EDSBS) Originally Pubished at: Shirts With Random Triangles

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Tyler Bray and Aaron Murray, Les Miles, Stephen Garcia, and more.

Covering Dixie Like Mildew: Tyler Bray and Aaron Murray, Les Miles, Stephen Garcia, and more.

By Juan Cena in SWRT on October 4, 2011

(Covering Dixie Like Mildew is the SWRT roundup of SEC news, with the occasional pesky Southern school from another conference.)     I don't want to face the killer instinct (Or lack thereof). Fletcher Proctor expresses concern of Georgia's apparent lack of killer instinct. (ChuckOliver.net) See you at the crossroads. Georgia and Tennessee face each other in Neyland Stadium this Saturday at a pivotal junction in both team's seasons. (Rocky Top Talk) One for the ages? John Adams believes the quarterback showdown between Georgia's Aaron Murray and Tennessee star QB Tyler Bray could be one of the highlights of the entire series between the Dawgs and Vols. (Knoxville News Sentinel) Les Miles is not planning to leave LSU for the NFL. Because Les Miles said so. (The Times-Picayune) Steven Garcia will be back as South Carolina's starting QB. Because Matt Hinton said so. (Dr. Saturday) The Blame Game. Mississippi State head football coach Dan Mullen zeroes in on the Bulldogs' running game failures to poor execution on the field. (The Clarion-Ledger) Originally Pubished at: Shirts With Random Triangles

Steve Spurrier dumps mourning Stephen Garcia.

Steve Spurrier dumps mourning Stephen Garcia.

By Juan Cena in SWRT on October 4, 2011

Here's a true story. A few year's back, my Sunday School teacher handed out a questionnaire to the class. It had questions like "What are angels?" "What are demons?" and "Who is Satan?" When the the class finished filling the questionnaires out, the teacher took them up and began scanning through them. He stopped at one and looked at one class member's response to "Who is Satan?" "You've got to be kidding me!" The teacher shouted. "Steve Spurrier?!?" Three guesses who wrote that. (In my defense I put a "Just kidding!" next to it.) I bring this up in reaction of Spurrier's most recent act of heartlessness that should remind you why describing The Old Ball Coach as "Satan" is common in the South, and not just within the borders of Georgia. Spurrier has decided to bench South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia after a lackluster performance in the Gamecocks' defeat to Auburn. What's not been widely commented on is what Garcia was apparently going through at the time. "This past week, Garcia's grandfather died, although he remained with the team to play against Auburn." Nice job, Spurrier. Kick a player when his down and in mourning. Granted, Garcia didn't have a performance like the one Brett Favre had after his father died. But that move was cold. And people wonder what Spurrier has instead of a soul. (via ESPN) Originally Pubished at: Shirts With Random Triangles

Unquiet on the Western Front: Andrew Luck, Mike Stoops, Kellen Moore, and more.

Unquiet on the Western Front: Andrew Luck, Mike Stoops, Kellen Moore, and more.

By Juan Cena in SWRT on October 4, 2011

(Unquiet on the Western Front is SWRT's look at the Pac-12, WAC, Mountain West, and other West Coast/Rocky Mountain schools extravaganza.) The Legend Continues. Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck's legend continues with his taking on play-calling duties in Saturday's victory against UCLA. (The Sacramento Bee) Mike Stoops on the Hot Seat? Arizona's 1-4 record, along with 42 penalties on the year, means that head football coach Mike Stoops' continued employment is being called into question. (Arizona Desert Swarm) Where Did It All Go Wrong? An attempt to try to explain Boise State QB Kellen Moore's lackluster performance in the Broncos' win against Nevada. (One Bronco Nation Under God) Boldewijn off double-secret grospension.  Boise State wide receiver Geraldo Boldewijn has been reinstated by the NCAA following an eligibility-related suspension. (ESPN) Quarterback controversy? What quarterback controversy? It looks like BYU has a quarterback controversy brewing after Riley Nelson replaced Jake Heaps in the game against Utah State and led the Cougars to a come-from-behind victory. (KSL) And in other QB chaos news in the Beehive State... Utah backup QB Jon Hays will replace the injured Jordan Wynn in Saturday's game against Arizona State. (CBS Sports) "UCLA Football Is Creeping Towards Irrelevancy"  Because Ryan Rosenblatt said so. (Bruins Nation) One down, one to go.  After a controversy-marked win against Navy, Air Force is half-way to clenching its second Comander-in-Chief Trophy in a row. (Mountain West Connection) Originally Pubished at: Shirts With Random Triangles

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