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Rice starting quarterback Taylor McHargue was knocked out of the Armed Forces Bowl by Air Force, thrusting freshman Driphus Jackson into the spotlight.
Jackson eventually settled in a dominated, throwing for 264 yards and two touchdowns in what eventually became a 33-14 blowout win.
However, before he was able to lead his Owls to just the program’s second bowl win since 1954, the first-year man obviously had the jitters.
His first time playing meaningful minutes also provided the first opportunity for a GIF, and for that, we thank you.
Latest from around Gamedayr >> This dude is wet, cold, and so very, very lonely at the Military Bowl
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.
Now that the team in New Orleans is changing its name to the Pelicans, Charlotte will announce a change from the Bobcats back to the Hornets on Tuesday.