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Week 13 Cobs: Flopping Players, Botched Interception and a Protest

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Who ever though there would be a student protest on a football field? All that and more in this monster list of Week 13 Cob Nominations.

North Carolina State CB Malik Dunlap

He had the interception in his arms and then somewhat lost it.

Maryland CBs Nick Cross & Jordan Mosley

This should have been an easy interception here for the Terps. Instead it’s a Nebraska touchdown.

Wisconsin

This is a really stupid way to celebrate an accomplishment.

Florida International

Not one time...two times...three times...but four times FIU players flopped in their upset win against Miami. There needs to be a NCAA rule change to deal with this issue.

Miami

Butch Davis got revenge against his former team pulling off a shocking 30-24 upset over Miami. That’s just straight up embarrassing for the Hurricanes!

Oregon

Oregon ran into the buzzsaw that is the...Arizona State Sun Devils? Sparky came into this game on a four-game losing streak but shocked the Ducks and jumped out to a big and then held on for a 31-28.

Big 12 Refs

Sometimes refs make terrible calls like this one to ensure their conference has a playoff team.

Harvard & Yale Students

I’m not sure if protesting on the field at a football game is the greatest way to get your message across. The second half resumed an hour late and as a result they ended up having to turn the stadium lights which burned more precious resources.

There’s such a huge selection of cob nominations for Week 13 of College Football but unfortunately you can only pick one.

Poll

Who is your Cob for Week 13?

This poll is closed

  • 0%
    Malik Dunlap
    (1 vote)
  • 4%
    Nick Cross & Jordan Mosley
    (13 votes)
  • 0%
    Wisconsin
    (1 vote)
  • 33%
    Florida International
    (103 votes)
  • 6%
    Miami
    (20 votes)
  • 1%
    Oregon
    (5 votes)
  • 16%
    Big 12 Refs
    (52 votes)
  • 37%
    Harvard & Yale Students
    (116 votes)
311 votes total Vote Now