COLLEGE FOOTBALL COMMENTARY

End Zone: 11-14

Game Preview: BGSU, Michigan, Ohio State, UT

11/14/2013
BLADE SPORTS WRITERS

BGSU FALCONS
Bowling Green has won on back-to-back Tuesdays, but not all wins are created equally. A week ago the Falcons crushed Miami to be bowl-eligible, and two days ago BG blitzed Ohio to set up a MAC East Division title game at Buffalo on Black Friday. That's where the similarities of those two victories end.

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MICHIGAN WOLVERINES
Confession: I sipped the Kool-Aid. I was among the believers who proclaimed that Michigan-Northwestern was going to be the game that decided the Legends Division. I even put it down in writing. What's the No. 1 rule of documentation? Don't leave a paper trail. There's nothing sexy about this matchup. Instead, it's another run-of-the-mill Big Ten game between a pair of run-of-the-mill teams. Can it somehow distinguish itself from the rest of the pack?

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OHIO STATE BUCKEYES
If Ohio State is voted to the BCS national title game, Urban Meyer promises to make our streets safer, cut taxes, and use a fullback in goal-line packages. Sorry, the month has blurred together, one election season giving way to another. OSU is officially in campaign mode, with receiver Evan Spencer's playful "wipe the field" bluster and Meyer's in-house challenge for the Buckeyes to keep winning with flair only the beginning.

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UT ROCKETS
There are four reasons Rockets coach Matt Campbell should get comfy at UT. In alphabetical order they are: Darrell Hazell, Dave Doeren, Tim Beckman, and Turner Gill. As his profile enhances with what appears to be another eight-plus win season, Campbell must be judicious weighing big-school overtures or else risk career suicide.

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