Moscow on the Hutson.
Brad Crawford profiles Georgia starting quarterback Hutson Mason. (Saturday Down South)
Accentuate the Positive.
Rule of Tree looks at "The Benefits of Stanford's Brutal 2014 Schedule." The most obvious: survive and the Cardinal is almost guaranteed a spot in the first-ever College Football Playoff.
The Kelvin Scale.
Brad Crawford profiles Florida running back Kelvin Taylor. (Saturday Down South)
There's a possibility, but no chance.
Michael Weinreb's list of his "least-hopeful" schools in each FBS conference includes UConn, Virginia, Maryland, Kansas, Colorado, and Kentucky. To be honest, Maryland probably has better hope for success in the B1G than Purdue, Illinois, or Indiana. (Sports on Earth)
Bryce Up Your Life.
Andrew Coppens profiles Wisconsin nose guard Bryce Gilbert. (Madtown Badgers)
Maryland for non-Terrapins.
Eric Schulman gives a cheat sheet on the University of Maryland for Big Ten fans still getting used to this strange visitor from another conference. (Off Tackle Empire)
It's crazy what you could have had.
Jason Kirk looks at what a proposed Big 12/Big East merger might have looked like if Texas had left the Big 12 for the Pac-10 in 2011, and taken Oklahoma and a few other schools with it. (SB*Nation)
Kyle Rowland looks at the evolution of the long snapper position in college football. (Eleven Warriors)
The Iron Bucket?
The Iron Bowl rivalry between Alabama and Auburn is the only college football entry to make Larry Bleiberg's list of "10 best bucket-list sporting events. (USA Today)
He went to Jehren!
Drew Roberts profiles Boise State offensive lineman Jehren Erthel. (One Bronco Nation Under God)
Chase the Sun.
Drew Roberts profiles Boise St. true freshman tight end Chase Blakely. (OBNUG)
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