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Tennessee Fan Takes A Tumble
A fan at the Tennessee game took a spill while celebrating with a Vols player.
12-Year-Old: 'Mariota Staying Or Leaving?'
A 12-year-old student reporter asked Oregon coach Mark Helfrich if QB Marcus Mariota would stay at Oregon or go pro and said only three things were being talked about at her Catholic middle school: Jesus, girls and Marcus Mariota.
Get Out The Way, Ref!
A referee got in Jameis Winston's way as he attempted to run a play for FSU against Boston College.