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The Michigan State Spartans had lost five games on the 2012 college football season, all by a combined total of 13 points. That’s no fun, of course. Yet, after compiling a paltry 76 yards of offense in the first half against TCU on Saturday night, it looked as if the Horned Frogs were going to hand the Spartans yet another tough pill to swallow.
However, coming out of halftime, Michigan State spoon-fed TCU a very healthy does of running back Le’Veon Bell. The bruising back finished the game with not only 145 rushing yards, but 29 passing yards as well — one more yard through the air than MSU starting quarterback Andrew Maxwell.
Hopefully TCU fans — like this wierdo — players, and coaches all enjoyed their Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners.
The New Year is going to leave a bad taste in their mouths.
After Tiger Woods called Sergio Garcia a whiner, Garcia agreed. Wait what? Yes, Garcia called himself a whiner in trying to take a shot at the legendary golfer.
On Monday, a devastating tornado tore through Moore, Oklahoma. Gator Nation’s thoughts and prayers are with Oklahoma. #PrayForOklahoma
John Calipari took aim at a familiar foe: the NCAA. Claiming the NCAA has embarrassed him, Cal called for stricter eligibility and hinted at secession. Does his argument hold water, and what do we make of the coach’s gripes?
This time-lapse video illustrates the path one of the most destructive tornados we have ever seen took through Moore, Oklahoma.
How humble is Teddy Bridgewater? The Louisville Cardinals star quarterback turned down the school’s plan to run a national Heisman campaign for him.
A mile-wide tornado touched down and tore Moore, Oklahoma to shreds. Kevin Durant and a number of superstars tweeted their support for the victims.