Sunday, December 16, 2012

Morning Six Pack: December 16, 2012

The bowl season is in full swing, and we’re in full swig of these six college football stories from around the country.

'I got paid more in college than I do now in the UFL'

Maurice Clarett only spent one year at Ohio State as a member of their football team, but he sure did make it count.
The former Buckeye running back was said to be living a life of luxury during his brief stint at OSU.

Linebacker Jarrad Davis switches commitment from Auburn to Florida

The Auburn Tigers lost their third linebacker commitment in as many weeks on Saturday night as Kingsland, Georgia star Jarrad Davis flipped his commitment from the Tigers to the Florida Gators.

Stanford quarterback Nottingham to transfer

Stanford football coach David Shaw has announced that junior quarterback Brett Nottingham plans to transfer.

Gamecocks' Moore suspended for Outback Bowl

It wasn't the crisp start to bowl camp South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier hoped for Saturday with several players finishing up final exams and not at practice Saturday.

Bielema picks Partridge to lead defensive line

Arkansas coach Bret Bielema has chosen former Wisconsin assistant Charlie Partridge as defensive line coach.

Quotable:

''It's not easy to come back from that situation,'' Scott said. ''You're not necessarily going to think the most positive thing at the time, but we went out there and took care of business. It was just a big drive. I still can't believe it.''

Arizona trailed 21-0 in the first quarter and was down 45-28 entering the final period. Scott threw for 382 yards and marched his team back into the game despite those two earlier interceptions.

''I mean, it's improbable,'' first-year Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez said.

''Certainly, I've had some games come down to that end,'' he said. ''But to have everything, the defense making the stop, to the field goal, Matt leading the quick drive down there, getting the onside kick ... and then Matt leading down again. It just doesn't happen very often.''

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