Thursday's Campus Clicks
Inmates 1, Crimson 0
Here's an interesting story away from the gridiron: The Harvard debate team took on inmates from the Eastern New York Correctional Facility and although some might've expected the prison to gather up a group of sophisticated minds, not many anticipated them defeating the Crimson.
The prison's debate club has also beaten nationally ranked teams from the University of Vermont and West Point. Apparently they are the North Dakota State of college debate.
Jake Arrieta might be the most dominant player in baseball right now. Here's what the Cubs ace looked like during his days at TCU:
Could Maryland be a good fit for Chip Kelly if he's fired by the Eagles?
Re-Ranking the AP College Football Top 25: College towns you'd least want to be stuck in for 10 years.
Clemson offensive line coach Robbie Caldwell gave stranded Notre Dame fans a lift during the monsoon in Clemson in the wee hours of Sunday morning after the Tigers beat the Irish. What a classy move ... get that man a raise.
It's been a tough season for Rutgers both on and off the field, but SI's Chris Johnson gives the Scarlet Knight faithful one reason why they should be optimistic for the future: 2016 quarterback recruit Anthony Russo.
Interesting: Can confirm that a discussion about Under Armour is on the U of Wisconsin Board of Regents agenda on Friday.— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) October 7, 2015
Pirates have no chance for a comeback unless Butch Jones takes over as Cubs manager after halftime— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) October 8, 2015
Former Troy star and current Broncos defensive end was repping his school last weekend:[instagram:https://instagram.com/p/8Y0f6vwT-Y/?taken-by=demarcusware]
Odds and Ends
South Carolina fans are FURIOUS with the decision to move the LSU game to Baton Rouge ... Former FSU receiver Snoop Minnis took to Facebook to troll Miami and head coach Al Golden ... Student start-up makes 3D printing accessible ... Contenders for college football coach of the year ... Here are the three types of parents you'll see at college parent weekends ... Texas mascot Bevo XIV will miss the Oklahoma game this weekend, is suffering from a life-threatening illness ... LSU-South Carolina ticket sales will be given back to South Carolina ... University of Iowa Police Department ruthlessly trolls Illinois ... Here are Marshawn Lynch's five realest moments at Cal.
With all the ferocity and negativity surrounding Texas right now, let's go back to a happier time:
Kids Rule (Sometimes)
Youth football players from Milford, Massachusetts got distracted by Whip/Nae Nae and forgot they were in the middle of a game: