Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Morning Six Pack: October 16, 2012

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Believe it or not, there's a Gene Chizik firing pool and you can play

Banditref uses humor for a great cause.

Miller's Heisman Chase Could Be Ohio State's Bowl

For Braxton Miller and No. 7 Ohio State, the Heisman could be their championship trophy.

Forde-Yard Dash: Tackling BCS smear campaigns and doling out midseason awards

With the BCS rankings out, it's campaign season in college football. Who's got the best argument?

Family rivalry: Sunseri father-son tandem on opposite sides of Tide-Vols battle

For Vinnie Sunseri, it happened in the locker room at Missouri's Memorial Stadium. That's when it hit him full-on.

Bobby Bowden surveys college football today

College Football Hall of Fame coach Bobby Bowden spoke to the New Horizons Credit Union 1st and 10 Club on Monday night, sharing his views about the current state of the game.

Quotable:

Two days after another whipping at the hands of rival Oklahoma, Texas Coach Mack Brown dismissed any suggestions he may be ready to retire, saying he's still got energy and the backing of the school and its big boosters.

Brown said Monday that several prominent boosters told him keep his head up and keep fighting after the 63-21 blowout, the third time in Brown's tenure the Sooners have hung more than 60 points on the Longhorns.

Texas' second consecutive loss dropped the Longhorns (4-2, 0-2 Big 12) to 17-14 overall under Brown since 2010, and raised new speculation that the 61-year-old who led Texas to the 2005 national championship may consider retiring.

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