November 15, 2012

On SI.comThe stories from Sports Illustrated's Nov. 19, 2012 issue:

More from last week's SI issue.

Collin Klein will beat you on the field, on the piano and on the tractor: Forget Tebow, think Klein. The prolific Kansas State quarterback is a superstar on the field and a devoted Christian and husband off of it. Musically inclined with a yeomen's work ethic, Collin Klein is taking the college football world by storm. Thomas Lake gives you 27 reasons why you should like the senior Heisman hopeful.

If not Philadelphia, then where could Michael Vick be playing in 2013? Chris Burke weighs the potential landing spots.

Pete Thamel delves into undefeated Ohio State and what the program may be capable of, even if it cannot go to a bowl game this season. SI's college football team breaks down the teams that can go to bowls this season and how the picture may shape up come December. More College Football content on Thamel:Ohio State's offensive line manhandles opponentsAndy Staples: UCLA has an opportunity to end the monopolyZac Ellis: Johnny Manziel shoots up Heisman ballotStewart Mandel: Week 12 PickoffStewart Mandel: Is Notre Dame's independence hurting their title chances?Thayer Evans: Bill Snyder and Kansas State just keep winning

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Richard Deitsch:College Basketball Viewing GuideAndy Glockner:Muhammad headlines key missing playersSeth Davis:Champions Classic delivers two great gamesLuke Winn: Big men have big debuts to start the season

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