Ty and Dan review road losses by Baylor and Oregon, Will Muschamp’s terrible loss to FCS Georgia Southern, the leading contenders for the Heisman Trophy, and a weekend filled with body bag games. Plus, a Patriot League rundown and R. Kelly.
The finish line is in sight, folks. Each week the stakes get higher as the BCS picture and conference races come into clear view. Fortunately, for our purposes, that also means lots of low/no-stakes matches on the other end of the spectrum. This week, we have a positively putrid match at the bottom of the Big 12, as well as a slew of “body bag” games with the big boys that ain’t nobody got time for. Which is why we’re here: to inform. Here is the the blazing tire heap for week 13.
As we wind down toward December, the top of the rankings are really taking shape. But unlike previous years, there is a mathematical (and very real) possibility of ending the regular season with as many as six undefeated teams. Of course, nothing is a given.
Ty and Dan debate the merits of AJ McCarron, the strength of the Oklahoma State defense, and the outcome of the historic Lehigh-Lafayette rivalry. Plus, a detailed rundown of the most relevant action in Week 13 and Johnny Manziel’s chances of winning another Heisman Trophy.
Ty and Dan examine how college football’s Week 12 impacts the BCS Title picture and discuss the effect of Duke’s win over Miami, USC’s upset of Stanford, and Baylor’s triumph over first quarter adversity. Plus, a wild win for Auburn, a song for Seven Win Steve Sarkisian, Aaron Murray in a losing effort, and a vibrant batch of Reverbs.