Friday, November 2, 2012

Morning Six Pack: November 2, 2012

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Al Golden: 'Our fan base doesn't really understand that right now'

With former coach Jimmy Johnson on the sideline Thursday night, it was easy for Miami fans to think back to the glory days when the Hurricanes were competing for national championships on a yearly basis.

Beavers might be without Pac-12′s pick leader

As Oregon State looks to bounce back from its first loss of the season, they could be forced to do so without one of the top defensive backs in the country.

3 Pitt players charged with assault

Three University of Pittsburgh football players have been charged with simple assault and conspiracy in connection with an incident last month involving three other students.

What Zach Mettenberger Must Do To Have Success Versus Alabama

I do not think Zach Mettenberger has a chance versus Alabama. The Crimson Tide has not allowed a pocket quarterback to beat them since Utah's Brian Johnson shredded them in the 2009 Sugar Bowl.

Unbeaten UF teams have fared well after first losses

History is on the 2012 team's side. Most of the other undefeated Florida teams after six games have responded favorably to that first loss.

Quotable:

Spurrier knows Lattimore's presence, style and ability make him hard to forget. In time, Spurrier believes Lattimore will again perform on the field whether it's for the Gamecocks or in the NFL.

''As we know, doctors can do miracles these days putting knees back together,'' Spurrier said. ''We hope that happens.''

He's got the Gamecocks pointed on the rest of the season, one they'll again finish without their leader in the backfield. ''It's happened, now we've got to move on,'' Spurrier said.

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