Lee Corso picked the TCU Horned Frogs to defeat the West Virginia Mountaineers in Morgantown, West Virginia with his annual College Game Day head gear selection. This was a special moment, as it was his 250th selection since the tradition started on October 5th, 1996. The two teams will go to battle today at 3:30 PM EST on ABC, and Corso has been perfect with his week 10 head gear selections since 2002.
The Washington Redskins are hoping that Robert Griffin III will change the dynamics of the offense, especially the running game that has been struggling. With Griffin III's running ability, they are hoping it would make teams put less in the box to stop the run.
Shocker! The Temple Owls defeat the East Carolina Pirates, 20-10, at Lincoln Financial Field. It is the Owls first upset over a ranked team at home, and the first since 1998 when Temple defeated Virginia Tech in 1998 when they were led by red-shirt freshman Michael Vick.
The Toronto Blue Jays have sent 1B/DH Adam Lind to the Milwaukee Brewers in exchange for right-handed pitcher Marco Estrada. Lind was expendable by the Blue Jays after Toronto claimed 1B Justin Smoak off waivers from the Seattle Mariners.
The Texas A&M coaching staff has announced that freshman quarterback Kenny Hill has been suspended for two games, including today's game. At the moment, it is not clear what Hill did to get the suspension. Fellow freshman Kyle Allen will get the call today, who was named the starter earlier this week before Hill's suspension, and will next week. Hill will not dress, and may not even be at the Stadium.
Houston Texans will get a big boost when Brian Cushing returns from injury for their big matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles tomorrow afternoon. The 27-year-old linebacker has been dealing with a knee injury that caused him to miss last game. Before this morning's news, some media outlets had Cushing meeting games through November 16th at the Cleveland Browns.
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