Well it's almost all over. All that's left now is hopefully some more awesome BCS games, or you know the usual boring blowouts. Lord the Bowl season drags on. Hey at least we can get more Texas Tech coverage, and hear more about the Texas Bama match-up! No, it's not like they have covered all the angles already, and ESPN would never invent angles....
Full breakdown of who's leaving and who's back next year. Is it too early to be excited?
1. When asked which bowl team made the most dramatic statement of the year (through the New Year’s Day games) former Texas A&M coach Dennis Franchione, who’s been working overtime as a bowl analyst for ESPN Radio, didn’t hesitate. "Nebraska made an awesome statement," he said Saturday on ESPN.
Niners (-7) over RAMS Is there a bigger lock than St. Louis tanking this game to clinch the Suh Sweepstakes? My holiday gift to you: A Texans and Niners teaser.
Even the Sports Guy is talking about Suh, this was his prediction for the game, and.....
The only positive to come out of today's game is that the St. Louis Rams have officially gone on the clock for the 2010 NFL Draft with the #1 selection overall. Early indications are that Ndamukong Suh will be on the top of their board, but there will be plenty of discussion about that over the next 4 months.
There it is! Suh should be a Ram. Don't know how I feel about this.
That spread look Nebraska used in the bowl game, featuring a strong and physical running game, is essentially what Watson would like to use going forward. "It was really gratifying to be able to go back and really be 'us' and cut these guys loose and let them play," Watson said. "It was fun."
There is no mention if Watson told everyone to "suck it" after the season was over.
Saban and Brown take the coachspeak too far??? No, not really. - JJ
As expected, the blood continues to flow at Texas Tech.... and ESPN.. and from the James family. Lawyas are in charge. God help them all. - JJ
Former Nebraska and Omaha Creighton Prep player Zach Potter snuck in his first career pass reception before the 2009 NFL regular season commenced. The Jacksonville Jaguars tight end caught a 3-yard pass from David Garrard on the first possession of the second half against Cleveland. The drive stalled in Browns territory in a game Cleveland held on to win 23-17.
Nebraska safety Larry Asante is listed on the West roster for the East-West Shrine Game.
Nebraska is 11-3 after Saturday’s 74-60 victory against Maryland Eastern Shore at the Devaney Sports Center. But another slow start had Sadler concerned, as did 13 turnovers and too many points allowed in transition.
Tonight at Vermont, they’ll be looking to accomplish another first for a Nebraska team — perfection through the nonconference portion of the season. NU, playing for just the second time in 15 days, figures to get a stiff test from an 11-2 club that is listed No. 17 in Jerry Palm’s CollegeRPI.com power rankings.