Last Chance for a Thousand Years.
Ralph D. Russo previews the final BCS title game between Florida State and Auburn. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)
Roll, roll, Seminole wind.
Eddie Pells looks at the relationship between Florida State and the Seminole Tribe of Florida, which allows the school to use "Seminoles" as its nickname. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)
Brandon Marcello profiles Auburn starting quarterback Nick Marshall. (AL.com)
Don't Talk Dirty To Me.
Brandon Marcello looks at how Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn avoids cussing on the sidelines. (AL.com)
I Secondary That Emotion.
Joel A. Erickson profiles Auburn's secondary, which sees itself as being "overlooked." (AL.com)
Nepotism? What's nepotism?
Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher wants to hire his brother Bryan to be a part of his coaching staff. The only thing stopping him is school restrictions on hiring relatives. Of course, there are ways around that, as Bobby Bowden use of son Jeff as his offensive coordinator has shown. (CBS Sports)
And speaking of Bobby Bowden...
The AP talked with Bowden about FSU's first trip to the BCS without him as its head coach.
In other news...
Hungry Like the Red Wolf.
Arkansas State defeats Ball State 23-20 in the GoDaddy Bowl. (AP/ESPN)
We will get by. We will get by. We will get by. We will survive.
Louisville seeks to continue on its winning path in the wake of the departure of former head coach Charlie Strong to Texas. (ESPN)
Obligatory Johnny Manziel item of the day.
Asked about Texas A&M starting QB Johnny Manziel's status for next season, Aggie wide receiver Ricky Seals-Jones says "He's gone." (FOX News)
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