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Tuesday's Corn Flakes: Armstrong Ready To Answer Bell Again

Today's links on a possible Lone Star rivalry starting back up, as well as what the US Government shutdown means for college football right now.

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Tom Pennington

Morning. Not good. I'm still in mourning over the Rangers losing last night. Yes, I'm grumpy.

This is your Noon Flakes, because I like brunch.

Yesterday on Corn Nation, Mike talked about the Jr. Blackshirt program, and we also talked about last weekend's Cobs.

Sounds like Taylor Martinez is, at best, a 50/50 proposition for this weekend's game versus Illinois. Tommy Armstrong Jr sounds like the go-to guy in case Taylor is not a go this weekend.

In the presser yesterday, Bo Pelini talked about the defensive discipline his team has, and where (in Bo's mind) the problems lay at.

The OWH talks about Greg McMullen playing close to home in the B1G for the Ohio native.

Well.... this is... well, interesting.

Trolling or honest? Maybe both? North Dakota State let up about 290 yards less rushing than Nebraska did to SDSU, so... yea. Draw your own conclusions.

Sounds like DeLoss Dodds is going to announce his retirement from Texas,supposedly today. Maybe with Dodds leaving the 40 acres, UT can restart things with Texas A&M.

Sounds like the Goverment shutdown means that some Academy football won't be played.

Because Purdue needs distractions. Also, here's a nice comparison of Darrell Hazell vs. Danny Hope. While looking at that, can someone explain to me why Purdue ran Hope still?

Here are Arizona State's helmets for their game against Notre Dame on Saturday. They are pretty, well, wild I would say.

James Franklin "won't comment" on the USC job. But, in all honesty, should it be that hard to win at Southern Cal?

I can't find anyone that wants the UConn job. But, here's a list just in case.

For some reason, people hate on Ohio State. If that is you,then watch this.

Saturday is the biggest game in Northwestern history. Till Nebraska plays them, then that's the next one right?

Hey, Cris Collinsworth.... stop.

October is National Pregnancy and Child Loss Awareness month, as well as National Breast Cancer Awareness month.

Today is National Homemade Cookie Day, as well as International Day of Older Persons.

Today's video comes from the end of last week's Oklahoma State/West Virginia game. Just like at the end of last year's Baylor victory, we get to see a great moment after the Mountaineers win a Big 12 game, but before the upholstery goes up in flames.

The podcast comes up here in a bit. Plus, I'll be going Live again tonight at 7pm central. Be on the watch for both of those things today.

Have a great day folks.