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I had a whole bit written up that I was going to share with you and then I saw the article below this morning, and thought, "NAH, I'll save that bit for later."

Was FAU overconfident against Nebraska?

Cornerback D'Joun Smith says he believes that if FAU played Nebraska again the Owls would win. Now, the Owls' defense has something to prove at Alabama.

I understand that you need to maintain a positive attitude about yourself and your team, but there remains a point at which failure to deal with reality means you've tipped over the edge into a delusional crevice and once you're there, it is damned difficult to get out.

FAU has their chance this weekend playing against Alabama. If they just don't make the same mistakes (and Alabama's team is infested with pre-game dysentery), they could win.

Otherwise, we may be seeing the same article from them next week and that would be really, really sad.

The B1G Power Poll Week 1: Bring On the School Supplies - Off Tackle Empire
It's that time of the week again. That time where we blend B1G football, Power Rankings, and Pop Culture. Then we take all your clicks, argue about the topic, and forget that there was football...

IOWA-BALL STATE PREVIEW 2014: RETURN OF THE MAC(TION) IN IOWA CITY - Black Heart Gold Pants
IT'S WEEK 2. Here's what you need to know about the Hawkeyes' second foe of the season, the Ball State Cardinals.

Wisconsin offense review: Badgers fail to make adjustments, collapse in 2nd half - Bucky's 5th Quarter
The Badgers managed to run the ball effectively against a solid SEC defense on Saturday. But when LSU dared the Badgers to attack through the air, the offense proved to be ineffective.

Wisconsin defense review: Injuries, missed plays haunt Badgers vs. LSU - Bucky's 5th Quarter
Injuries to two main contributors on the defensive line, along with a handful of big plays by the LSU offense, ultimately doomed Wisconsin's chances to hold on vs. LSU.

Ohio State to don alternate Rivalry uniforms vs Virginia Tech - Land-Grant Holy Land
A source confirms to LGHL that Ohio State will wear Rivalry uniforms against Virginia Tech.

Report: Evan Lisle could miss rest of 2014 season - Land-Grant Holy Land
The redshirt freshman may miss the rest of the year after suffering an injury.

Stop saying that college football polls don't matter. My column: - Land-Grant Holy Land
Yes, I'm aware that we have a playoff selection committee. That doesn't turn the AP Poll into the point system from 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?'.

Opposition Blogger Q&A: Notre Dame - Maize n Brew

We sat down with SB Nation's own Patrick Burns from One Foot Down to discuss Michigan's upcoming game against the Irish.

Notre Dame vs Michigan this weekend - the last meeting of these two rivals for the foreseeable future. That's too bad; this has been a big game throughout the years. On the other hand, Notre Dame can shuffle off into non-existence now - it will be interesting to see how relevant they remain in the College Football Playoff era.

Arkansas vs Auburn: Final Grades - Arkansas Fight
After a few days studying the game, here are my final grades for the Razorbacks' opener.

LSU 28, Wisconsin 24: Guide to The Online Replay - And The Valley Shook
Looking back at LSU's dramatic comeback versus the Badgers.

Idaho's Game At Florida Declared No-Contest, Will Still Get Paid - Underdog Dynasty
Florida will write the Vandals their $975,000 check in order to not have to worry about playing Idaho in December.

Upon Further Review 2014: Defense vs App State | mgoblog
FORMATION NOTES: They promised it all offseason and they delivered on it: (M 30 slide 2) In your face bro. Note that this was an example of something I started calling "30 slide"*, as the linemen are basically head up on the tackles and center with Frank Clark as a sort of standup end/SAM.

Kyle Bosch Takes Indefinite Leave Of Absence | mgoblog
Sophomore guard Kyle Bosch is taking an indefinite leave of absence from the team, per this release from the athletic department: Below is a statement from Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke: "Kyle Bosch has taken a leave of absence for an undetermined amount of time for personal reasons.

College Mascots and Their Doppelgangers - For Whom the Cowbell Tolls

So, Lil' Red is Bob's Big Boy with a stupid sideways hat on except he doesn't serve tasty hamburgers like Big Boy.

Big Boy serves tasty hamburgers? Okay, honestly, I haven't been to a Big Boy in many, many years.

RBR previews the Florida Atlantic offense - Roll 'Bama Roll

Terror. Mostly.

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Michigan State is just so hard to hate. That’s the view of Matt Takimoto, who writes for the website ‘Addicted to Quack,’ a website that is addicted to Oregon football.

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The 'little something extra' were fast-paced practices, extra conditioning and work in broiling indoor heat as the No. 7 Spartans try to get ready for Saturday's trip to No. 3 Oregon (6:30 p.m., Fox). With temperatures expected in the mid-90s for the game at Autzen Stadium, the Spartans are doing what they can to prepare. Long travel and a three-hour time change are other factors, but Narduzzi really is just worried about one thing.

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Our own Paul Dalen provides a statistically-based graphic. Nebraska looks good, I think.

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Florida State's tight win over Oklahoma State both confirmed some suspicions and raised some new questions: Do we need to worry about FSU's run efficiency? Is OSU's defensive line just really good?

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From the friendly confines of the Red Hook Lobster Pound, Dan Rubenstein previews the week's biggest games against the spread. The lobster rolls are there to fortify his resolve.

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I think the Big Ten writer was drunk off her ass the whole weekend.

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Joel Stave and Yips - apparently they're a real thing.

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Nebraska fans were the nicest fans to take over Ryan Field bar none

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Earlier this week Jack Gangwish received this photo from last season of what is perhaps the most precious moment between a football player and a fan.

2014 college football rankings, Week 2: Combining the 4 big Top 25s - SBNation.com
We gather up the two biggest human college football polls (the AP and Coaches) and two long-running computer standings on one webpage, for your convenience.

Buckeye Bullet electric car rockets to possible world record - The Lantern : The Lantern
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Football is back, and so is impotent Internet anger. This week: FSU is unback, Iowa State considers its pawn shop options, and Washington State remains extremely inebriated.