(Sorry this is late, but I'm starting to feel a little under the weather after being rained on last night watching my cousins make it to the Georgia High School Association Football State Championship.)
Here we are folks, the dream we've all dreamed of.
Doug Lesmerises previews the Ohio State-Michigan State Big Ten Championship Game, calling it " the title game the conference has been waiting for." Translation: it's the first Big Ten Championship Game featuring Ohio State, who was banhammered the past two season because of Tatgate. (The Cleveland Plain Dealer)
And All My Dreams, Torn Asunder.
Bowling Green upsets Northern Illinois 47-27, busting the Huskies' hopes for a BCS bowl. (AP/ESPN)
Where Do We Go From Here?
Kevan Lee looks at the future of the Boise State football program following head coach Chris Petersen's defection to Washington. (One Bronco Nation Under God)
Awkward coaching search of the day.
Lee also provides a list of potential candidates to replace Petersen at Boise St. It includes Arkansas State head coach Bryan Harsin, and recently fired Florida offensive coordinator Brent Pease. Both were former Bronco offensive coordinators. (OBNUG)
Just Got Paid.
Auburn locks down head coach Gus Malzahn with a raise and contract extension. (AP/ESPN)
All My Rowdy Friends?
NFL scouts are reportedly concerned about South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney's family background and the people in his "entourage." (Black Sports Online)
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