Watch closely as a boy falls approximately 10 feet over a rail and onto a tarp at Sun Devil Stadium during Friday's UCLA-Arizona State game at Tempe. Thankfully, he did not appear to be seriously hurt. Thanks to Larry Brown Sports.
A look at how prognosticators from around the country view the Week 13 games.
Lenn Robbins, New York Post: No team has played Boise State tougher than Nevada. The Wolf Pack are getting 14 points at home, and that's more than enough to get the cover.
John Tamanaha, NBC Sports: West Virginia's defense will be too much for Pittsburgh in the Backyard Brawl. The underdog Mountaineers are going to win straight up.
Double D, Boston Herald: Mark Richt and the Georgia Bulldogs need a victory to become eligible for a bowl. A loss to Georgia Tech could mean that Richt is out of a job. Take Georgia and give the points.
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Hlastradamus is loading up on favorites, including Alabama over Auburn.
Nebraska defensive coordinator Carl Pelini has issued an apology for a postgame incident involving Brandon Jones, owner of TexAgs.
"I apologize for the events that occurred after Saturday night's game at Texas A&M," Pelini said in a statement. "It was a very emotional situation and the mob scene on the field after the game amplified that.
"Having been involved in a similar situation in 2003 at Missouri, and in witnessing the situation on the field, I made a poor decision in trying to prevent a reporter from recording the scene. I have acknowledged this from the very beginning. Unfortunately, in trying to prevent a scene, I created one."
Jones, in a post on TexAgs, said that he had spoken with and received and apology from Carl Pelini and his brother, coach Bo Pelini.
"Contrary to some speculation, TexAgs.com's motivation in reporting this incident was never punitive or financial. Certainly, at no point were we interested in creating a prolonged ordeal.
"Given the nature of what occurred and the subsequent events and statements, we had two primary interests: A public telling of the truth and an acknowledgement that what happened was not acceptable. We are satisfied that both have been achieved, and we consider the matter resolved."
New evidence has surfaced showing Nebraska defensive coordinator Carl Pelini confronting a credentialed member of the media after the Cornhuskers lost to Texas A&M, 9-6, Saturday night at College Station.
Brandon Jones, the co-owner and president of the independent website TexAgs, said he was on the field to shoot the postgame celebration when he noticed a verbal altercation between Pelini and another man who has not been identified.
"I stopped and turned my camera toward the conversation," Jones writes in a post. "Pelini was angry and cursing at the other man. He initially turned to walk away, then apparently noticed me shooting video of the incident. He was approximately ten feet from me when he turned around and came in my direction.
Rutgers and Cincinnati have experienced disappointing seasons, but things went from bad to worse Saturday night for the Scarlet Knights. Cincinnati rolled to a 69-38 victory at Nippert Stadium, leaving each team with 4-6 records. Although four of Rutgers' losses have come by a total of 11 points, Saturday's blowout has some Scarlet Knight fans wondering if Greg Schiano is the best coach to lead the team.
Wiz correspondent Greg Laughlin was at Nippert Stadium sent the Wiz several shots from the game. Greg's gallery by clicking here.