Monday's Campus Clicks: Bad weekend for refs, Texas defensive back retweets during halftime of blowout
Rough Day for Refs
Saturday was a tough day for numerous college football referees, with two inexplicable mistakes receiving serious coverage. Oklahoma State was given a free first down during their win over Kansas State that led to a touchdown later in the drive. In the Big Ten, refs made a crucial fourth down error that hurt Illinois. Luckily, the Illini still defeated Nebraska or Illinois fans would be losing their mind.
Who Does That?
Apparently someone broke into the house of Mississippi State assistant athletics director Bill Martin and stole numerous items, including championship rings from his time at LSU:
Whoever robbed my house while I was gone on road trip and took my LSU championship rings, I will find you. You can take tv but not history— Bill Martin (@MSUBillMartin) October 4, 2015
Texas DB Kris Boyd had a big error in judgment at halftime of their blowout loss to TCU. The freshman retweeted someone's call for him to transfer to Texas A&M.
This awkwardly-timed photo perfectly sums up Florida's beatdown of Ole Miss.
This is pretty remarkable story: Tulane long snapper Aaron Golub became the first legally blind player in NCAA football history. SI's Chris Scarnati wrote this fantastic piece on him in May.
Horrific news: Last weekend, Penn State sophomore Tally Sepot was killed in a car accident while returning from a charity fundraiser for children fighting cancer. Her sorority, Alpha Chi Omega, raised a whopping $38,000 in her memory. Rest in peace, Tally.
An Oxford (Miss.) police officer lost a bet with the Gainesville PD and paid it off after Florida annihilated Ole Miss:
Noles to Falcons
Former Florida State running back Devonta Freeman is putting up monster numbers with the Atlanta Falcons:
Former Auburn coach Tommy Tuberville was back in Auburn this weekend to root on the Tigers, whom his son plays for. But he still donned a Cincinnati hat:
Odds and Ends
Arizona State running back Kalen Ballage had an unreal touchdown run vs. UCLA ... Here are 7 incredibly creative midfield logos ... Nebraska team captain allegedly to crowd after another loss: "I'm sorry we suck" ... Is it time for Steve Spurrier to hang 'em up at South Carolina? ... Baylor opens as a 38-point favorite at Kansas and everyone is shocked it's not higher ... An Alabama player says Georgia's pregame confrontation was disrespectful ... $100 million donated to the University of Chicago to study global conflict ... Leonard Fournette still leads Heisman race but additional names added to the pot after Week 5 ... 20 must-see moments from a crazy weekend of college football.
Shake Yo Tail Feather
Tail Feather Part 2
Northwestern further proved it has the best dance moves in college football.
Embrace It, I Guess?
College of Charleston frat dudes went wakeboarding through the Hurricane Joaquin flooded streets:[instagram:https://instagram.com/p/8YlGygguQk/]