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A year after a one-day players’ boycott in reaction on on-campus racial tension, Missouri is still trying to deal with the fallout. Via Tod Palmer of the Kansas City Star.
Following Ohio State and Michigan’s blowout victories on Saturday, the drumbeat for their showdown in Columbus on Nov. 26 is growing louder. Pete Thamel of SI.com’s Campus Rush has the story.
It hasn’t happened yet, but coaches who throw tantrums and are assessed an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty are in danger of ejection if they get a second such flag. Matt Murschel of the Orlando Sentinel explains.
The weekly Misery Index by Dan Wolken of USA Today focuses on the programs who are,well, miserable. On the top of this week’s list is a team that was in last season’s College Football Playoff.
Western Michigan is undefeated and enjoying one of the best seasons in school history. But, as Pat Forde of Yahoo!Sports.com writes, that can only mean that rising-star coach P.J. Fleck could soon be leaving Kalamazoo for a bigger school.
Oklahoma State’s Chris Lacy is a dedicated and competitive wide receiver. But has Jenni Carlson of The Oklahoman writes, Lacy brings the same qualities to his class work.