Texas A&M fans turn stadium into playground

Welcome to the penultimate college football newsletter for the 2022 season.

Remember, the same goes for the standings as last season. High marks will only be for show, and failing marks have no chance of being reversed.

Last week’s bad grades went to Penn State’s top coach James Franklin for his impromptu sideline push-up, and a Nebraska running back for his hurdle failure. A high score was earned by Mississippi State coach Mike Leach for his final entertaining halftime interview.

Without further ado, here’s the Week 12 analysis of how the fans, teams, players and coaches fared.

This week in the ridiculous ref

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In college sports – or any sport, for that matter – emotions are considered bad. We’re not talking about taunting a player to the face – we’re talking about celebrating when you have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. In Saturday’s Purdue-Northwestern game, Boilermaker linebacker Jalen Graham caught an errant pass from Cole Freeman and made his best impression of Deion Sanders from the 30-yard line to the end zone. The score gave Purdue a 21-3 lead.

But not so fast. Referees were quick to litter the field with the yellow handkerchiefs and the touchdown was taken off the board due to an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for “jumping in the end zone”, as he so aptly put it. the referee.

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