Monday, October 18, 2010
By Andrea Adelson
With the BCS standings all the rage this morning, let us check out some other wonderful links from the non-AQs:
Brian Murphy of The Idaho Statesman says college football fans have become addicted to watching the BCS standings.
Utah is far from satisfied with its win against Wyoming.
BYU offensive coordinator Robert Anae is under fire for his play calling and poor offensive production.
Nevada quarterback Colin Kaepernick on the loss to Hawaii: "In my eyes, I single-handedly lost this football game."
Air Force fullback Jared Tew is out for six weeks with a broken fibula, severely hurting the Falcons' offense.
TCU coach Gary Patterson says he isn't going to sell his team to the voters.
San Diego State showed great resiliency in bouncing back against Air Force.
Hawaii's win against Nevada gave the team some confidence. Nose tackle Kaniela Tuipulotu said he could tell Nevada underestimated them.
FIU's new-look defense remains stubborn.
UAB made the right decision to give the ball to its running backs in a win against UTEP.
Northern Illinois coach Jerry Kill gave his team a rest day after its 5-2 start.