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When news broke last week that Florida State might join the Big 12, it was just another reminder that conference realignment will never end – there’s too much money on the line. But what if changing conferences became part of the college football system itself – like promotion and relegation in European soccer? it could work.
The best assorted links from across the web (and what you should watch on TV tonight) for Wednesday, February 15th. If you’d like to see something on SportsGrid, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. After the jump, our starting five.
TCU’s Players Run A Misdirection Play With An Empty Gatorade Bucket, Then Soak Their Coach With The Real Thing
ESPN announcers Joe Tessitore and Rod Gilmore got a real kick out of how referee Randy Christal called the penalty.
We know NFL teams are fanatical about evaluating prospects leading up to the draft, but one tidbit about former TCU quarterback Andy Dalton reveals just how far they’ll go.
You might remember that a while back, Ohio State president Gordon Gee earned the ire of many fans by saying he wasn’t so sure a team like TCU or Boise State deserved to play for a national championship. Well, in the wake of TCU’s Rose Bowl win, those fans are fighting back.
The concept of “bulletin board material” firing a team up before a game is probably overblown to an extent – no matter what extra motivation team gets, the better team usually wins. That said, Wisconsin has to wish this shirt didn’t exist.
TCU defeated Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl today, 21-19. It was a monumental win for the Horned Frogs, and TCU coach Gary Patterson certainly relished it…except for one thing.
Earlier today, Nike held an unveiling ceremony for several specially-designed uniforms for use in upcoming bowl games. Unfortunately, these uniforms aren’t too out-of-the-ordinary for the teams they outfit.