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The Fallout: FSU, Ohio State, Johnny Manziel, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout -Well, that was eventful. 
I've seen the future, and it will be. 
Erick Smith's bowl projections have Florida State and Auburn in the BCS title game. (USA Today)
Next year, all our troubles will be out of sight.
Kevin Scarbinsky points out that if the College Football Playoff was in effect this year instead of in 2014, both Alabama and Auburn would be in the playoff. (AL.com)
And All My Dreams, Torn Asunder. 
Ohio State's BCS hopes are crushed by Michigan State in the Big Ten Championship Game. (Cleveland.com)
I feel your pain.
Internet legend Celebrity Hot Tub Land-Grant Holy Land tries to help Ohio State fans deal with the  loss to Michigan St., which was Buckeyes' first loss in 704 days. (Land-Grant Holy Land)
Baby, you can drive my Carr.
Derek Carr leads Fresno State over Utah State, for the Mountain West Championship. (AP/ESPN)
That Don't Impress Me Much.
Drew Sharp claims that despite beating Ohio St., Michigan St still isn't quite an "elite football power," but it's getting there. (The Detroit Free Press)
Finally, it's happened to me.
Mark Seymour reflects on Baylor going 11-1, defeating Texas, winning the Big 12 Championship, and a probable trip to the Fiesta Bowl. (Our Daily Bears)
Obligatory Johnny Manziel item of the day.
Texas A&M starting quarterback celebrated his 21st birthday in Las Vegas. Well, it's not like he had something better to do. (FOX Sports)
Mack Brown Will You Please Go Now!
A Burnt Orange Nation blogger says it's time for Texas head coach Mack Brown to step down "for the good of the program."

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