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Throughout the day, we'll be filling the home page with videos and quotes from the coaches from all of the amazing finishes in college football yesterday.

What a day.  Michigan's win over Notre Dame...USC's win over Utah...Auburn holding on to beat Mississippi State...South Carolina over Georgia...Toledo coming, O so close against Ohio State...Texas squeaking by BYU...Iowa State besting Iowa in triple OT...North Carolina over Rutgers....Wake Forest beating NC State...Vandy coming back to beat UConn....Virginia winning at the end over Indiana....Cal over Colorado....Washington hanging on against Hawaii...........

And really, we could just go on and on...

College football, the best game in America.

Videos and quotes to come throughout the day...check back frequently!

Jerry Kill update

At the end of yesterday's game against New Mexico State, Minnesota head coach Jerry Kill dropped to the ground and experienced a seizure.

Last night the University announced that he was in stable condition at a local hospital and expected to make a full recovery.

Kill has had seizures before, and in 2005 was diagnosed with kidney cancer.  In 2005 Kill had a seizure towards the end of a game versus Illinois State.  Kill credits that seizure with the ultimate diagnosis of his cancer, which is now in remission.  Kill's words at the time, "I was unfortunate that I did go down in a game.  It was a situation where it was a seizure, but you know what, I don't really remember it. I didn't remember much at the time. But that's how I was diagnosed with cancer. I was able to get into remission. The good Lord works in mysterious ways. I'm fortunate and blessed. He must feel like I have some work to do. That's a good thing."

Coach Kill speaks openly about his health and has previously discussed it with his administration, the coaching staff and his players.  Senior safety Kim Royston had this to say last night, "Coach Kill made us aware that he does have this condition and that it's possible that it could happen," Royston said. "But the doctor told the team that he was stable. It really shows his fieriness and his will to compete. He's a fiery guy. We've got to represent him now."

We're all hopeful Kill is able to bounce back from this one quickly and that all is well with his health.

Sunday morning update> This morning, the University has provided further update that Coach Kill is resting and recovering comfortably at the hospital and is expected to recover fully. 

Sunday TV

Literally don't know how anything the NFL could offer today could come close to the finishes we saw yesterday in college football; but we'll be watching nonetheless. 

All times Eastern.


1PM and 4:15 regional broadcasts.

Cowboys at the Jets - 8:20PM - NBC


No live games; both ESPNU (9:30) and BTN (8pm) re-airing last night Notre Dame at Michigan game. 

High School:


Michigan's win over Notre Dame...Instant Classic

Honestly, we're not sure we've ever seen this before.  

Within 15 minutes of the end of the game, ESPN has announced that they will replay the game in it's entirety at 3:30AM on ESPN and at 9:30PM on ESPNU.

Literally, the final was so good that ESPN is re-airing it in 4 1/2 hours on the network. 

For those of you that just can't wait, here's a link to the game on ESPN3. 

Spoiler alert> For those that haven't seen it...3 TDs in the final minute twenty.  Michigan wins it on the last play 35-31.  

Mario Cristobal gets a huge win

In case you didn't get a chance to see it live, Coach Cristobal's excitement after they beat Louisville last night was fantastic.  We're trying to get some video and will update this post if we get our hands on it.

This was the first win over an opponent from a BCS conference in the history of the program and Cristobal let it show on the field.  He was jumping on the backs of other coaches, high fiving everyone, just truly enjoying the moment (Cristobal was high fiving some fans so hard we are positive some are still feeling that this morning).

One local reporter noticed that he went out of his way to high five the parents of T.Y. Hilton (WR who had 201 yards receiving and 2 long touchdowns...keep an eye on this guy).  

Post game, Cristobal had the following to say:

It's huge. It's huge for us. Since the day you get there you preach about building a championship program and people look at you like a three-eyed monster. We've just been pecking away; every coach, every player, every administrator, everyone in the program. We got to this point where we win a conference championship, win our first game. Now we're 2-0 against a conference opponent and now a BCS program in their own backyard. Louisville is a team that recruits against us and I hope the eyes are open real wide after what went on here tonight.

Pflugrad getting it done

We're pretty sure most guys that read this site either know or are aware of Montana head coach Robin Pflugrad.  Coach Pflu has been coaching out west for nearly 30 years and has been the head coach at Montana for the past two seasons (prior stops include Oregon, WSU, Northern Arizona, Arizona State and Portland State).  He's got a battle on his hands today with Cal Poly; but we're pretty sure he found a few minutes to watch last night's Arizona State vs. Missouri game.

But what everyone might not have known was that both his son and daughter have made it big in college football as well. 

Pflugrad's son Aaron plays wide receiver for ASU and he went big last night on national TV pulling in eight catches for 180 yards and 2 TDs (his second straight game with 2 TDs).  

Pflugrad's daughter Amanda was a cheerleader for Oregon.

The Pflugrad's are doing well.  Now go get a win today Coach.

Jump forward to the 0:30 second mark and you can watch both of Pflugrad's TDs.



Saturday TV

Huge day today.  Hope everyone plays well and stays healthy.

All times Eastern, plenty of other games available regionally.




Oregon State at Wisconsin - noon - ESPN

FAU at Michigan State - noon - ESPN2

Iowa at Iowa State - noon - FSN

Toledo at Ohio State - noon - BTN

Central Michigan at Kentucky - noon - ESPNU

Alabama at Penn State - 3:30 - ABC

Cincinnati at Tennessee - 3:30 - ESPN2

Virginia Tech at East Carolina - 3:30 - FSN

Nevada at Oregon - 3:30 - FX

TCU at Air Force - 3:30 - Versus

Stanford at Duke - 3:30 - ESPNU

Eastern Illinois at Northwestern - 3:30 - BTN

South Carolina at Georgia - 4:30 - ESPN


BYU at Texas - 7PM - ESPN2

Fresno State at Nebraska - 7PM - BTN

New Mexico at Arkansas - 7PM - ESPNU

Virginia at Indiana - 7PM - BTN

Utah at USC - 7:30 - Versus

Notre Dame at Michigan - 8PM - ESPN

High School:


Attention punters

"If you're lucky enough that we trust you to run a fake, after you get the first down please get what you can and then go down or out of bounds."

Every coach in America.

In last night's Oklahoma State vs. Arizona game, Mike Gundy called a fake punt in which the punter kept it off the right edge.  The punter, Quinn Sharp, easily got the first down, then decided to stay in bounds and lower his shoulder against the defender rather than heading for the sidelines.

After the game, Gundy was quick to say that he would have been a whole lot happier if Sharp had simply headed out of bounds. 

Jump to the 5:20 mark to see the fake


Punter Quinn Sharp speaks about his decision to lower his shoulder rather than step out of bounds