The Hurry Up, Dec. 28: College Football Headlines For Wednesday

ATLANTA, GA - DECEMBER 03: Head coach Les Miles of the LSU Tigers reacts after Kenny Hilliard #27 of the LSU Tigers scored his second touchdown in the third quarter against the Georgia Bulldogs during the 2011 SEC Conference Championship at Georgia Dome on December 3, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

It's a holiday in California, Texas and the South, due to the Holiday Bowl and the SEC schedule's release. It's also King Taksin Memorial Day in Thailand.

The Hurry Up runs weekdays at's college football news hub.


It's 2012 SEC schedule day, it's 2012 SEC schedule day, it's 2012 SEC schedule day. Everybody but Georgia fans will probably be mad.

Penn State could use some more trouble, yes? Four Nittany Lions will miss the TicketCity Bowl.

For once, Tim Tebow will have to share the spotlight: Eric LeGrand is going to a Broncos game.

A judge lawyer lawyers West Virginia, lawyering them they can't lawyer their way out of the Big East's lawsuit.

South Carolina doesn't look far in its hunt to replace Ellis Johnson as defensive coordinator.

Clemson's DeAndre Hopkins should be fine after a car wreck, though his Orange Bowl status is unclear.

There's a chance FSU's Bert Reed could play in Thursday's Champs Sports Bowl.

On the same day as Kim Jong-Il's funeral, the Florida Gators open bowl practices.

Utah's Star Lotulelei isn't headed for the NFL Draft this time around.

Nebraska's down an offensive lineman for the Capital One Bowl, and Texas A&M loses one of its own for the Meineke.


Purdue kept the Big Ten's undefeated bowl dream alive and ended the MAC's reign of madness, capturing the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl in a game you'd have to be MAC to understand.

N.C. State completes a solid late-season run with a Belk Bowl win over Louisville, and is now entitled to a 10-minute slacks spree through any slacks aisle of its choosing.

In today's action: rockets and airplanes swarm the Capital, as Toledo and Air Force take to the Military Bowl, followed by Texas and Cal in the Holiday Bowl.


The LSU Tigers add top quarterback Gunner Kiel, giving them their best Indiana-imported quarterback in almost a decade. That might not sound like much, but the last guy helped bring them a national title. Matt Mauck is now a Denver dentist.

And So Forth

Video of FSU players storming Best Buy? Video of FSU players storming Best Buy.

Al Borges knows Virginia Tech well enough to know just how to attack: placing a blocked punt inside Bud Foster's lunch pail.

A handful of coaches will help broadcast the BCS games, including one coach (Chip Kelly) who's actually in a BCS game. [Joke about Chip Kelly speed]

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