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Making The Rounds: More Boise State Over Georgia Analysis

Starting tomorrow there will be two link posts one in the a.m. and one in the p.m., because there are just too many links to put in one post.

Boise State's deep receiving corps shows it’s going to be a potent force | Boise State Football | Idaho Statesman
ATLANTA — Boise State senior quarterback Kellen Moore and offensive coordinator Brent Pease played a shell game with the Georgia defense on Saturday night at the Georgia Dome.

Pre-Snap Read: A College Football Blog
Pop in the tape: rewind, fast forward, stop, play, slow-mo, reverse, three-times speed. No matter how you replay Saturday night's win over Georgia, you come to the same conclusion. Boise State wasn't just better-coached than an SEC team, playing in SEC country in front of an SEC crowd; Boise State was just better, pure and simple, and that's the underlying message stemming from yet another marquee win over yet another marquee non-conference opponent.

Kellen Moore, Boise State Broncos beat Georgia Bulldogs - Andy Staples -
ATLANTA -- Recruiting rankings don't count as a portion of the score. Neither do off-the-chart marks on the eyeball test. If they did, Boise State would have spotted Georgia a three-touchdown lead Saturday night. Watching the players warm up left little doubt of this. Georgia looked like an NFL farm team. Boise State looked like a Mountain West team, and a recently minted one at that.

Pre-Snap Read: A College Football Blog
Not to paint a picture that this was entirely a vintage Boise State performance, as while the end result was vintage, the road to 35-21 was dotted with potholes. Take the offensive line, for example. Give Nate Potter and company credit for protecting Moore superbly after a spotty first quarter, but it was clear that Georgia's front seven had the size to dictate the tempo in the running game.

Big 12 coaches weigh in on conference realignment talk – College Gridiron 365 Blog – Orlando Sentinel

Locksley Cites Inexperience in Lobos Loss - Albuquerque Journal

OPPONENT PREVIEW: Air Force Falcons - Frogs O' War
Frogs O' War takes its customary look at TCU's next opponent-- this week, Air Force-- position by position. AFA is firing on all cylinders this season, and may have guns enough to turn TCU's season into a rush merely for bowl eligibility.

Wisconsin-UNLV Notebook: Defense Unprepared For Rebels Offense, And They Admit It - Bucky's 5th Quarter
Defense Unprepared For Rebels Offense, And They Admit It. Injuries and tidbits too.

Mountain West Monday: An Entertaining Look At The Mountain West - Cowboy Altitude
Capsules on every Mountain West team after week one was finally completed.

Frogs trying to avoid first 0-2 start since '99 | Texas Christian University
Life doesn't get any easier for TCU with trip to Air Force looming.

2012 Recruit Roundup—September 4, 2011 - One Bronco Nation Under God
2012 Recruit Roundup—September 4, 2011