Whoever made the Al Groh Coachbook: We love you, but in a noncommital, beaten by Duke, "Meh" kind of Al Groh way. "Al Groh became a fan of Van Halen" is probably our favorite little detail in a well-layered casserole of parody.
In further Facebook news: We thought Pete Carroll might just let the Facebook status hang for a few days as he watched film of the Oregon State game and helped negotiate the bailout package: but you can't stop Pete Carroll from charging headlong into the future.
WIN FOREVER. Except on Thursdays.
Principles: we have them. Holly took a stand this weekend.
Inadvertently funny. Perhaps calling the Auburn offense the "offensive" is appropriate, if incorrect in a grammatical sense.
Our schedule does not get any easier. Our offensive is virtually last in every statistical category. Franklin please shave and please for the love of god get a first down, thatís all I ask.
Save that for the Octagon, Mr. Pelini. Bo Pelini is one of the few coaches who really looks like he could step in and play a few downs with authority, and perhaps that explains why he picked up a 15 yard unsportsmanlike call in the loss to Virginia Tech while arguing with officials: he looks like he's about to flying squirrel attack someone.
That's great news! Further injuries as Jim Tartt gets injured on Florida's o-line.
Punting would be preferable to what's currently going on. Lloyd Carr will not be the next head football coach at Syracuse, which Matt helpfully points out, but still mentions because it's fun to watch people's heads explode every now and then.
We prefer the cowrie shells and tarot cards. Football Outsiders attempts to take on the dangerous question of "meaningful college football stats."