Therefore, let's try!
Akron: Terry Bowden came 31 minutes from his first SEC win since September 12, 1998.
Alabama: Hey, world.
Arizona: Michigan fans warned us this wouldn't work. Michigan fans also warned against night games and the proposed invention of the graphite pencil in 1565.
Arizona State: As of this writing, Todd Graham has yet to trace his bloodlines to the Cleveland Browns.
Arkansas: A smile without a song is merely half-insane.
So let me get this straight: The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette is reporting that Mike Gundy both is and is not Arkansas' next coach?— David Morrison (@DavidCMorrison) December 4, 2012
Arkansas State: Bryan Harsin, 2014 Mizzou head coach!
Army: One play mattered.
Auburn: The greatest post-championship collapse in football history. No punchline.
The madness has set in on the plains: youtube.com/watch?feature=…! (via @gatorhead1013)— edsbs (@edsbs) October 9, 2012
Toothless. RT @schadjoe: If and when Gene Chizik is let go, how would you, in one word, describe his tenure?— David Wunderlich (@Year2) November 25, 2012
Ball State: The Cardinals were good at football this year, but this item is the most memorable moment of their 2012.
Boise State: Entered overrated, somehow still finished underrated.
That 34-yarder was Boise State's longest made field goal since Nov. 19, 2010 — the game before the Brotzman/Nevada game— Bronco Beat (@IDS_BroncoBeat) December 22, 2012
Boston College: All-time leading BC running back Montel Harris set conference single-game rushing record while playing for Temple.
Bowling Green: Tweeted while the Hokies were dawdling around with Rutgers:
Painful reminder that Bowling Green lost 37-0 to Virginia Tech— Hustle Belt (@HustleBelt) December 28, 2012
Buffalo: The ones that didn't hire Doug Marrone.
BYU: Just fast forward whenever the Cougars offense has the ball.
Central Michigan: Beating Iowa wasn't this big of a deal, but still.
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Embrace Transition! Hire Tommy Tuberville.
Clemson: Tajh Boyd, future @NFLTWITTERDRAFTPUNDIT insta-reach bust of the century. (And Pro Bowler.)
Colorado: It's a long way from fifth down to first down. The metaphor extends off the field.
"We didn't even have enough chairs for our OLine to watch tape, we asked, finally got them Week 9" - Jon Embree on #CU facilities on ESPN— Peter Burns (@PeterBurnsRadio) November 26, 2012
Connecticut: Not good enough for the ACC.
NOT GOOD ENOUGH FOR THE ACC.
East Carolina: Remember when the Big East added ECU and its legit fanbase, but spoiled it by having the Tulane news leak first? Yeah.
Eastern Michigan: In EMU's defense, Illinois State was better than seven other Missouri Valley teams.
FAU: Highlight was that profile of bustling coach-turned-ambassador Howard Schnellenberger.
FIU: When your every football move makes people think about Isiah Thomas ...
Florida: "Still the dumbest Florida team we've ever seen. Talented as hell, and at root still the teen driver who hits the gas when reaching for the brake." -- Spencer Hall
Fresno State: Safety Phillip Thomas' stats: Eight interceptions, 84 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, four sacks, three touchdowns, five passes broken up, four forced fumbles, and a quarterback hurry.
Georgia: 7.09 yards per play, 13 feet short.
If you have a play ready to go, not spiking is probably the right call.— Bill Connelly (@SBN_BillC) December 2, 2012
Georgia Tech: Nobody realized Grohmentum was that negative.
Georgia 42, Georgia Tech 3. Yellow Jackets obviously trying to catch Jim Delany's eye— Dan Wetzel (@DanWetzel) November 24, 2012
Hawai'i: Norm Chow's team ranked No. 123 in yards per play. Norm Chow's team.
Houston: Case Keenum was good!
Idaho: Hired Petrino!
Illinois: Tim Beckman already halfway to the FIU job.
Iowa State: TCU ✓
Kansas: Four years on the clock.
Kansas State: K-State's roster depleted of Collin Klein and Arthur Brown. Will hopelessly win 10 games next year.
Kent State: A season so great, you forgot about this.
Kentucky: How Kentucky beat this list's preceding item is the year's greatest mystery.
Louisiana Tech: The most Baylor team ever, down to the backroom wrangling. Exhibits A, B and C.
Louisiana-Lafayette: The New Orleans undercard kings.
Louisville: The baddest motherfucker, whether he looks like it or not:
AND Louisville sells beer in its stadium? Hell, y'all can have an 8% graduation rate. Hell, graduate a kid every other year. Welcome— TomahawkNation.com (@TomahawkNation) November 28, 2012
LSU: Clearly, Jordan Jefferson was holding the offense back.
Marshall: Rakeem Cato, in a losing effort, led the nation in passing yards per game.
Maryland: The Big Ten's real Linebacker (At Quarterback) U.
Memphis: Beat a team (Rice) that won a bowl.
Where is your god now?
Your god is in Memphis.
Miami: Skipped trips to Charlotte and El Paso because of #yolo yacht riots. Worth it, probably.
Miami (OH): A MAC team that wasn't bowl-eligible??
How awful is it that Denard Robinson might often be better used in the NFL?— Jason Kirk (@JasonKirkSBN) November 24, 2012
Dantonio was SURPRISED Bell wanted to leave after he had 422 touches this year?!— RossWB (@RossWB) January 3, 2013
Middle Tennessee: Los Angeles' real Raiders. Transitively beat preseason No. 1 USC, you see.
Minnesota: Really gutted one out against UNLV.
Mississippi State: When SEC fans were disowning the Bulldogs' resume during the Gator Bowl, that was not a new thing, Big Ten fans.
N.C. State: Blah blah Tom O'Brien something something Florida State ... what really strikes home here is this:
If we're gonna hype up Mike Glennon, someone needs to photoshop him as a giraffe w/ a shotgun right?yfrog.com/od64195787p— Will Brinson (@willbrinson) December 11, 2012
Navy: One play mattered.
Nebraska: Taylor Martinez is the Tyrann Mathieu of forcing his own fumbles.
Nevada: Goodbye to the man who built the 2013 NFL playoffs (and so much more).
New Mexico: Kasey Carrier carried ball 74 times in one two-week span. Bob Davie now solely recruiting players surnamed Ballgamewinner.
New Mexico State:
The final WAC football regular season game featured 94 points (77 in the first half) as Texas State beat NM State, 66-28.— WAC (@WACSports) December 2, 2012
North Carolina: [redacted]
North Texas: "Nothing wrong with me that a little Grey Goose won’t cure," said 58-year-old Mean Green coach Dan McCarney after suffering a stroke.
Northwestern: Has not won a bowl game since 2013.
Notre Dame: Welcome back. Now stop making T-shirts.
Ohio: Beating Penn State turned out to be really something:
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Ohio State: See header. (And you're welcome, Alabama!)
The CHAMP is here! #BuckeyeNation twitter.com/markpantoni/st…— Mark Pantoni (@markpantoni) November 18, 2012
Oklahoma: Something like this is coming.
Sometimes I think Bob Stoops legitimately barks.— Brian Phillips (@runofplay) November 24, 2012
Oklahoma State: Mike Gundy went for an onside kick while up, 38-0, on Louisiana-Lafayette.
Don't put halos on the donkeys and Old Spice on the shepherds - they were smelled common men - who got message - "unto you .. Good news!"— Hugh Freeze (@CoachHughFreeze) December 22, 2012
Oregon: Sonic Chip beats Pong Chip again:
We're back!!!In-n-Out time! #GoBeavs twitter.com/Coach_Riley/st…— Mike Riley (@Coach_Riley) September 30, 2012
Penn State: Earned it:
Where will you be tomorrow at 3 p.m.?twitpic.com/bfrj1i#OneTeam #WeAre— Penn State Football (@PennStateFball) November 23, 2012
Pitt RB Ray Graham yesterday: "Any bowl, except Birmingham. Three times in a row. I think they may not even allow us in there." Oh they are.— Stewart Mandel (@slmandel) December 2, 2012
Purdue: Robert Marve will outlive football.
Rice: As mentioned, lost to Memphis.
Rutgers: Averaged 192 passing yards against all teams not named Arkansas. This would've ranked No. 99 in the country. Put up 397 on Arkansas.
San Diego State: I'm sorry like 60 percent of these are about the Big East, but if Boise State goes back to the Mountain West and San Diego State doesn't, for how many hours will you laugh?
San Jose State: MASCOT-ON-MASCOT MATCHUP POWER RANKINGS:
2. Texas A&M-Utah State
3. San Jose State-Michigan State
SMU: June Jones remains our leading importer of Estonian Hawaii-conquerors.
The two schools with their own Roku channels are BYU, of course, and South Alabama, of course.— Jason Kirk (@JasonKirkSBN) December 27, 2012
South Carolina: Clowney.
Southern Miss: Took year off to study abroad in Northern Miss. Also, quarterback's mother arrested in stands.
1 more than in Big Ten MT @timkawakami List of active Pac-12 coaches (other than Kelly) who've taken a team to the Rose Bowl: ... David Shaw— Steve Greenberg (@SN_Greenberg) January 4, 2013
If the only college team to lose an NFl coach to the NFL ends up being Syracuse, well, that would be something.— Ralph D. Russo (@ralphDrussoAP) January 6, 2013
TCU: Only one of Gary Patterson's top 27 tacklers was a senior? Return 93 percent of their tackles for loss? Put me down for 2013 Big 12 champs.
More Patterson after TCU's second win over Texas in 30 meetings: "I'm probably going to go out in the street sometime tomorrow and yell."— Chuck Carlton (@ChuckCarltonDMN) November 23, 2012
Temple: TRICK QUESTION: Is Temple joining the Big East next year?
Tennessee: It gets no easier.
1. "OPPORTUNITY IS NOWHERE" to have @swiperboyfinally teach me how to Dooley. youtu.be/4nXTT29BUK0— Derek Dooley (@DerekDooley) December 30, 2012
Mack Brown offered the baby Jesus at DB.— Good Bull Hunting (@GBHunting) December 25, 2012
Texas A&M: You really weren't ready, were you? Not talking to you, Aggies.
Texas State: First FBS game ever: beat reigning C-USA West champ so bad, it fired its offensive coordinator. Nothing else happened.
Texas Tech: Five verts and sideways tweets forever.
Toledo: Partially responsible for the densest burst of #MACTION in world history, other than the Barbary Pirates.
Troy: No. 11 in total offense. Almost positive you did not know that.
Y'all can hate Big East/Tulane move, but when we have conference-based civil war, BE controls ports of San Diego and New Orleans. #Strategy— Aubrey Bloom (@AubreyBloom247) November 27, 2012
Tulsa: Iowa State created a bowl rematch two years in a row.
UAB: Should simply schedule home games against Ole Miss!
Kale. The Beef O'Brady's Bowl turf looks like Kale.— Tim Hyland (@IntelligentCFB) December 22, 2012
UCLA: Los Angeles' best football coach. Still a dick.
ULM: We started asking, "How in the world did this team lose to Auburn?" months ago, and that might be the season's single most amazing fact.
UMass: Faculty has a point.
UNLV: Shamed by Minnesota.
USC: Well, that's one way to make people stop writing about your team.
Stanford band makes a reference to USC, forms '#1' and then lines up as '7-5'— Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) December 1, 2012
Shout out to whoever thought of #SunFinishedBusiness! That is hilarious, ain't no denying it lolgotta embrace it— Khaled Holmes (@KhaledHolmes) December 28, 2012
USF: "Pulling the redshirt off a quarterback and then having him get hurt on the first series of the Miami game. Or, down 37-3 in the fourth quarter at Miami, Skip Holtz kicked a field goal to make it 37-6. Then, down 40-6 with 2:00 left, kicked another field goal to lose 40-9. So many to choose from." -- Mark Ennis
Utah State: WAC champions unti the year 3761. Oh, the WAC is coming back, baby.
UTEP: Miners fans, listen closely.
When Holly tells you you're going 3-9,
your ass is going three and nine.
UTSA: The nation's strangest schedule.
Virginia: I have nothing to say about Virginia.
Virginia Tech: Logan Thomas didn't ask to be overhyped. Headgear passion.
Washington: Ceiling reached.
Washington State: It burns for 11 weeks, with aftertaste like apples.
And Colorado, who beat WSU, who beat Washington, who beat Stanford, is the transitive Pac-12 champion— Brian Floyd (@BrianMFloyd) December 1, 2012
West Virginia: Too Big 12 for the Big 12.
Western Kentucky: Interim coach hire of the year.
WKU is in for treat lol— Alvin Bailey Jr. (@Bailey_67) December 10, 2012
Western Michigan: Yes, there's a Northern Michigan football team too.
OK, if Jim Delany is supportive of NIU in the Orange Bowl, I want Jon Steinbrecher to announce he's fine with Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl.— Hustle Belt (@HustleBelt) December 6, 2012