10/28/2011 Evening Edition

OPINION:
FIUTAK: West Virginia To The Big 12. Now What?
SCARBINSKY: Bama, LSU Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Rematch
CRAWFORD: It’s Time For Leagues To Pay Up
DODD: Stanford’s Championship Run Would Be Good v.s. Evil
GREENSTEIN: Big Ten Shouldn’t Clost The Door On Irish
TEMPLE: BCS Mess: One Bad Bounce Will Kill You
HAYES: Tech’s Flexbone Could Spell Trouble For Clemson
HENDERSON: Plan To Provide Extra $2,000 To Athletes Should Be Based On Need
BRADLEY: Believe It Or Not, There Was A Time When UGA Owned Florida
BARNHART: Top 10, Can Spartans Get Up One More Time?
MULHERN: Wisconsin V. Ohio St. – Who Has The Edge?
WOODBERY: Malzahn Facing Toughest Stretch Of His Career
MANDEL: Snyder Sparking 2nd K-State Revival
GREENBERG: Stanford Game Serves As USC’s Super Bowl
HORNE: Occupy UCLA Wants Change
WHITLEY: Gridiron Heroes Works Tirelessly To Help Paralyzed Athletes

NEWS:
Big 12: West Virginia In, Missouri Out
Louisville Left Outside Big 12, Will ‘Always Look At Our Options’
Big East—& Its Remaining Members—Scrambling To Redefine Themselves
Gantt, Punter For Jets & Alabama, Is Dead At 59
Malcolm Brown Forms Friendship With Eric LeGrand After Hit
USC’s Robey: Barkley As Good As Luck
Dorial Green-Beckham Sets Prep Record
Five-Star Peat Sets Stanford Visit
Big Ten’s Jim Delany On Conference Expansion: ‘We’re Not Active’
Auburn WR Emory Blake Remains Hobbled

BLOGS:
WVU, Big East Differ On Departure Date
The Big 12: One Giant Conspiracy Theory
LSU v. Alabama: Embrace the Hype; Hope for Chaos
Lee Corso: By The Numbers
Texas A&M, Perception & A Tentative Farewell
West Virginia Punches Its Ticket To The Big 12
Dogs Face Two Opponents: Gators & Jacksonville Hang-Up
Kyler Reed: Nebraska’s Secret Weapon
Carolina President: No Vote On Missouri Yet
Beano Cook Explains Why Georgia Tech Left the SEC…
Tailgating In Jacksonville For The Florida-Georgia Game!
Big East Statement On West Virginia Going To The Big 12

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