Dirk Chatelain, Omaha World-Herald: As several hundred fans filed for the exit ramps, they forgot the No. 1 lesson of the Bo Pelini era: Whatever you think is going to happen won't. Often magic and misery are so intertwined, destiny is determined by the bounce of a ball. Listen to the Hail Mary radio call on the Husker Sports Network.
Andrew Ramspacher, Charlottesville Daily Progress: Time could be running out for Virginia's Mike London, who is in the fourth season of a seven-year, $15 million contract.
Mike Hlas, Cedar Rapids Gazette: Iowa officials are expressing concern over the "stadium experience" at Kinnick Stadium, but perhaps the real problem is with the product on the field.
Mitch Albom, Detroit Free Press: Who would have thought that Michigan's best chance of seeing Ohio State go down might be watching Michigan State do it on Dec. 7 in the Big Ten championship game?
Luke DeCock, Raleigh News & Observer: North Carolina celebrated by stomping on North Carolina State's logo at midfield, but it was the Wolfpack who asked for it.
Gil Lebreton, Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Texas Christian finds itself headed in the wrong direction only three years after winning the Rose Bowl. In 15 contests against Big 12 opponents, the Horned Frogs have won only five.
Blair Kerkhoff, Kansas City Star: One loss didn't beat Missouri twice.
Kevin Scarbinsky, AL.com: Don't believe Gus Malzahn for one second. Beating Arkansas was something special.
Greg Cote, Miami Herald: Miami got schooled by Florida State even worse than the oddsmakers had warned. The reality is that the Hurricanes' resurgence is not legit until they beat the Seminoles.
Mark Warszawski, Fresno Bee: Is luck or destiny keeping Fresno State unbeaten?
Jon Solomon, AL.com: Sunday Rewind: The who's for real and who's faking edition.
Pat Dooley, Gainesville Sun: Florida lost to Georgia because the Gators have a challenged offense with struggling kickers and a defense that can't decide what it wants to be.
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