Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Longhorn alumnus (and film director) Wes Anderson, who was probably far too busy figuring out the perfect font for an extra’s blazer to watch Texas wilt against UCLA in the Texas sun.

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Walking Wounded

• It’s football, people get hurt. Here are some of the more well-known victims:

Purdue QB Robert Marve is undergoing an MRI on his left knee after an injury against Toledo.

Ole Miss DE Kentrell Lockett is out for the year after tearing his ACL. Plenty of time for Twitter, though.

Oregon State WR James Rodgers suffered a concussion against Boise State and his status is still unknown.

Michigan QB Denard Robinson hurt his knee against Bowling Green, but is likely to play this week at Indiana.

Moving on,

• Georgia LB Demetre Baker was kicked off the team after he was charged with DUI. It was the tenth Georgia arrest this year, earning Mark Richt a large sub at the “What the Hell Happened to Georgia?” deli.

• ESPN’s College Football Gameday will be in Eugene, OR this week for Oregon’s game against Stanford. CB Cliff Harris will be there, per usual, locking shit down.

• EDSBS’s Holly Anderson (or as I sometimes refer to her in my head, Holly Anderson Peete), grades out the week in college football with children’s stickers. Completely appropriate. **Cough** Big 10 **Cough**.

• ESPN’s team of CFB bloggers put forth their conference power rankings and what they each learned this weekend. Not a lot of people know that each of the bloggers wears decoder rings, and when they put them together, they expect something cool to happen, but it’s just a bunch of bloggers sticking decoder rings in the air waiting for something cool to happen. It looks weird.

• This week’s actual rankings are also out. Here are the people that are doing their best to make this bullet point irrelevant.

• ESPN’s Mark Schlabach is On the Mark. Because that’s the name of his column. I’m still not sure if I’m going with “Dan Coverage” or “Dan Overboard” for my future punny column. Either way, “TyBreakers” will be outstanding.

• SI.com’s Stewart Mandel is excited for Week Five in his College Football Overtime.

Today’s Video of the Day is the music video for “Home” by LCD Soundsystem. It can’t be found on XM’s pop station and it’s kind of long, but I still like it anyway. I don’t know if it’s safe for work, but it may be weird for work. I hope this doesn’t make me a dirty hipster.

Enjoy your Monday.