Friday, September 21, 2012

Morning Six Pack: September 21, 2012

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Saban gives insight on recruiting philosophy

In response to a general question about his recruiting philosophy, Alabama head coach Nick Saban said on his weekly radio show Thursday night, 'We don't negative recruit.' However, Saban hinted that others do.

Gators Seek to Maintain Momentum versus Kentucky

They ran over to the stands behind their bench and celebrated with the fans that made the trip. Many of the fans took keepsake photos of the celebratory gathering late Saturday night at Neyland Stadium. The players high-fived one another, basking in a second consecutive SEC road win. Florida coach Will Muschamp raced over and joined the party, firing up fans even more with a series of emphatic Gator Chomps.

FSU to honor scholarship of concussed commit

After suffering his fifth concussion, Florida State commitment Richy Klepal has decided to stop playing football.

The best college football town is...

Madison, Wis., according to a poll of more than 50,000 USA TODAY readers.

No. 24 Boise State holds off BYU 7-6

Mike Atkinson has often talked with his Boise State teammates about that rare moment of glory for a nose tackle: The elusive pick six.

Quotable:

A wild and crazy and capacity crowd may not be enough to help spring what would be the upset of the young season in college football, but consider the alternative.

Fans vote with their feet and their voice. If there are empty seats, if the air is filled with disenchantment the first time and every time Kiehl Frazier throws to the wrong jersey, Mike Blakeley puts the ball on the ground and Kenny Hilliard runs through a futile attempt at a tackle, it'’ll make a powerful statement.

In a lot of ways, this game, more than most, is a referendum on where Chizik and Auburn stand in his fourth season.

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