A college football potpourri

Here are a few things to sniff this morning:

  • Think UCLA QB Ben Olson’s excited about his new offensive coordinator?  Next it’ll be chocolates.
  • Speaking of college quarterbacks, if you’re one who wants to play on Sundays, maybe that spead option attack isn’t the greatest thing since sliced bread.  Personally, I think Tim Tebow would make a great NFL fullback.
  • Another case is made for an undefeated school that didn’t get a shot at the BCS.  I feel your pain, brother.  Hold your head high.
  • Whoa, Nellie!  Sure, you can read his criticism of the officiating in the Texas-USC title game, but could anybody else have described his golf game the way Keith Jackson does?  (h/t The Wizard of Odds)

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  1. dean

    Loved the spread option link. I hope some kid(s) with NFL aspirations read that as well. I’ve yet to understand the lure for QB’s or WR’s to the schools which run a spread option. I mean listen to the name; Spread – Option. The option derived it’s name from the QB having the option to run it himself or pitch to the back. Just because they use 4 and 5 receiver sets doesn’t mean they’re going to sling it all over the field.
    BTW how’s Alex Smith working out in the pro’s?