ASU @ UCLA on Fox 7:00 - Go Devils!
Vandi @ Tenn on ESPN2 7:00
Missouri @ Ole Miss on ESPN 7:45
Kansas @ Iowa St. on FS1 8:00
Baylor @ Ok St. on NBC 8:00
USC @ Colorado on Pac12N 9:30
The Sun Devils just marched the field on the opening possession. TD Devils!
And UCLA answers. Fuck....7-7
What is this college football you speak of?
Interesting stat, Brennen Beyer became the first DL to return an INT for a TD today since Tom Seabron did it as a true freshman in 1975.
I'm in the No. 1 spot in my pick 'em league so far. Come on and cover, all you teams I picked! Whoo!
Waiting for the Baylor/OSU game so I can be reminded of what real offenses look like. 158 total yards, 35 yards per punt average, 2 yds/rush.
Watching a competent offense is so much better. Go Devils!
14-10 Devils at the end of one.
This year though, my general interest in college football has been killed by UM's performance. Probally because watching other games makes UM's issues even more depressing in comparison.
Just saw the pre-game Eminem thingy before Baylor and OSU, who would have ever thought that Billy Squire's "The Stroke" would pop up again? Weird.
I lust after Heather Cox.
It looks like Baylor has picked up more than one first down on this drive. I didn't think that was allowed.
This will be fun- as long as I don't think how depressing it is to watch actual offenses
How come that doesn't qualify them for MANBALL status?
You have to use tight ends and/or fullbacks to be consider Manball I think
Nothing screams "balling like a man" like tight ends and full backs.
OSU's uniforms...I like
Fumble at the 1 fail
I don't know how that QB didn't get that TD on the long run. He had a clear path and just QWOP'd it and fell on his face.
So this is what an offense looks like.
that were posted on MGoBlog a few months ago. Just this far from overalls. I can imagine them being manufactured in foreign lands, and the workers laughing their asses off.
It must be nice having an offense.
Really hoping Baylor wins this game, as that could make them jump Ohio in the polls.
I feel like there would be no greater send off for the BCS system than to finish the season with 4 undefeated teams. Go Baylor!
Knowing our luck, Baylor will lose tonight, Winston will get suspended at FSU, and OSU will sneak into the national championship game.
But I would be okay with watching them get exposed and curb-stomped by Bama. That would be a nice consolation prize, however small, for how our season has played out.
"Exposed?" I hate to break it to you, but after back-to-back undefeated seasons, OSU might actually be pretty good at football.
Baylor has 7 three and outs all season...we had 8 today. Let that sink in.
I think I heard one of the announcers today say that Michigan leads the nation in number of negative yardage plays. I remember thinking, "wow, really? Oh wait, no. That sounds 1000% right."
Internet rumor on huskerboard that Pelini has resigned and will be announced after the Iowa game. Anyone else hear this or is Evil Ace at it again? Any chance Beck wants to come to AA?
I heard Pelini is resigning to take over the Baltimore Ravens.
Cowboys looking solid
Yeah, this OSU defense is really giving Baylor fits.
I believe Musburger just described Baylor going three-and-out a few times as "earth shattering."
That said. This game is entertaining from all sides right now. At least Baylor is moving it a little. They are close to narrowing this margin.
Oh yeah, it's totally entertaining. I've really been enjoying it, both these offenses are pretty fun to watch.
Plus, it should be 10-14, if Baylor's QB didn't trip over nothing or if their RB didn't stick the ball out one-handed in the middle of the pile.
MOAR HEATHER COX
I see you still have more in the tank for her. I thought maybe seeing her at the start may take too much out of you
Never. Can't wait to see those auburn locks waving in the breeze during her postgame interview!
I like Gus Johnson. Whoa!!!
Hell of a finish shaping up in Pasadena!
That OK State QB has been money tonight. Fitting balls in the tightest spots.
That's what she said.
That missed UCLA field goal really burned me. I had a lot on them covering.
OSU is hitting on 22 cylinders here
Okie State offense is fun to watch. Baylor's offense doesn't look quite so impressive when facing a decent defense for the first time this season.
That was a pretty shitty spot Vanderbilt got
That's a big time dagger for Tennessee
is going to win this game. I dont know if I am more impressed by OKST or dissapointed by Baylor. Good news for OSU but if Auburn beats Alabama, then Auburn might jump OSU. If Winston gets charged for Rape, then he is suspended and I can see them losing to Duke in the ACC Champ. Funny that the whole season will come down to a rape charge
The one thing we have going for us...at least we aren't Tennessee.
Beating. That. Ass.
UConn won there first game tonight 28-21 over temple
Because Brent Musburger just watched a punt where the OSU player stepped into the endzone trying to knock the ball back into the field of play, and despite Herbie correctly pointing out that the ball broke the plane of the goal line (which is the only thing you care about under college rules), Brent decides to point out that "and of course, his [the gunner trying to down the ball] foot was in the endzone."
How many college football games has Brent Musburger watched? How many have most play-by-play men called and still completely flub the college rule and think its important where the player is, as opposed to the ball? This drives me nuts, mostly because I'd just like professional broadcasters to, you know, learn the basic rules of the game they're calling.
I'm in a grumpy mood. OSU (NNTOSU) is helping OSU (YTOSU) to add insult to today's injury.
I thought in college your feet have to be outside but you can bring the ball back into the field of play as long as your body never touched down in the end zone. In nfl nothing can cross the plane. I am not an expert at all, but that's what I have heard and seen this year I believe
I think I am exact opposite here
Mike Gundy is a hell of a coach. One of the most underrated one's in all of college football.
Yes. I have like watching OSU for many years now
I hope coach B is watching this game. . Sparty is beating an average Ok team by a few but OK cut a substantial lead by pressing. Sparty does not have ball handlers.
Go for the juglar, coach.
No one is watching this when it's being shown on TruTV
Baylor is tonight.
Cue Baylor yakety-sax.
Maybe the late late games with provide even more entertainment
Michigan won today, so there's that.
This is an ass beating. How did Oklahoma State lose to West Virginia?!
"They also were plagued by errant and dropped passes, poor punting and were penalized 10 times for 96 yards."
Anyone watching Pacman vs Rios? That's on now just as an FYI.