Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Morning Six Pack: October 3, 2012 is no debate: Beer is the nectar of Heaven and even the Angels stop to read these six college football stories from around the country.

'60 Minutes' correspondent shows up in Tuscaloosa

Scandal? No, it apparently is just a piece about college football that will include material on top-ranked Alabama and coach Nick Saban.

Pick 6: Big Players in Big Games

The national championship race will clear up some this weekend with five games involving ranked teams, plus No. 9 Notre Dame playing an improving Miami team.

Chizik's words, Tigers' depth chart don't match

Though head coach Gene Chizik has repeatedly stated Clint Moseley is still the backup quarterback to Kiehl Frazier, the junior is listed as 'OR' with freshman Jonathan Wallace on this week's depth chart.

LSU Vs. Florida: Previewing the Battle Between the Tigers and the Gators

Our look at the game between an SEC West contender that's had a rough stretch and an SEC East team working its way into the divisional race.

To tell the truth, college coaches spin the rhetoric

Coaches always come with a message and the Truth Squad is here to decipher the spin.


Can a team win games with a (so far) turnover-prone quarterback, one consistent playmaker on offense and a defense that features a better-than-average defensive line?

Arkansas has a stretch coming up where those limited positives might be enough to eke out a win here and there. Auburn has one of the worst offenses in the country. Kentucky is, well, Kentucky. Ole Miss has improved under Hugh Freeze, but has almost as many moral victories as actual victories so far. Tulsa was scheduled on homecoming for a reason, right?.

This upcoming stretch features some winnable games. Arkansas could — if we’re being glass half-full people here  — get to a Nov. 10 meeting with South Carolina at 5-4.

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