The year and the college football season are at there end. They both will climatically and be celebrated with fireworks and praise. However unlike 2013, the college football season's end will be spread out over a week, instead of one night. One glorious week of insane, all out, full octane action. We've got all the news and notes you need to keep you informed.
An golden era at Texas as come to end. Mack Brown coached his final game Monday Night. The Longhorns, unfortunately for Brown were routed 30-7. In his time at Texas, he led them to a national championship in 2006 and finished with a 158 victories and only 48 losses.
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Good news everyone! Tim Tebow has a job. No not as a football player. Tebow has been hired as an annalist for ESPN's SEC network set to launch next summer. He will, according to ESPN participate and a variety of different broadcasts pertaining to college football. Tebow will make his television broadcast debut during the BCS title game pregame show.
This year's Rose Bowl is the 100th edition of one of the most celebrated football games in history. New year's day Stanford will battle Michigan State in what promises to be an exciting afternoon. Fresh off their upset victory in the Big Ten championship game, The Spartans are poised to finish an improbable run with a Rose Bowl victory. For Stanford it's be a trying season. The only top five team in the land with two losses, they are fortunate to be in this game. Yet Stanford is to disciplined and proud of unit to settle for merely playing in this game. Look for an offensive explosion on both sides in this one.
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Bonus Audio Coverage
Monday evening on Psycho Sports (990WBOB's Live Sports Talk Show) we were joined by a bevy of guests. On the cusp of one of the most exciting week in college football, sports writer Audrey Snyder from pennlive.com called in for a discussion on Penn State & Bill O'Brien. Hear what she had to say below.