Game Day Goulash: Jameis Winston case, Von Miller on Johnny Manziel, Mack Brown on Nick Saban-to-Texas rumors, and more.Game Day Goulash -Week 12 edition.
The elephant in the room.
Florida state attorney William Meggs says that a decision to proceed with criminal charges against Florida State starting quarterback Jameis Winston's involvement in an alleged sexual assault. (ESPN)
Bruins beat Huskies.
UCLA defeats Washington 41-31. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)
Obligatory Johnny Manziel item of the day.
Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller describes Texas A&M starting QB Johnny Manziel as being "not an easy guy to sack." Miller attended Texas A&M, but left school a year before JFF came to town. (NFL.com)
Don't You Forget About Me.
Texas head coach Mack Brown has a little message for those saying Alabama head coach Nick Saban is going to take his job: "Nick's not trying to get my job, I mean, I know Nick. So I don't have to worry about that. And if I do my job, there won't be any job to be open to get, so I think that's the other thing." (CBS Sports)
McCarron On Wayward Son.
NFL Network draft analyst Bucky Brooks declares that Alabama starting QB A.J. McCarron will be a first round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. (AL.com)
Nothing Left to Lose.
Mark Snyder looks at today's Michigan at Northwestern game, which features two teams who were thought to be Big Ten Legends division title contenders, but which have both struggled during the season. (The Detroit Free Press)
De'Runnya Up That Hill.
Mike Herndon profiles Mississippi State wide receiver De'Runnya Wilson. (AL.com)
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