Monday, November 26, 2012

Pictures Of The Day

From the vault: Joe Theisman playing for Notre Dame in 1968. (Walter Iooss Jr./
ACC bound Pittsburgh was able to finish off what it started. After allowing Notre Dame to climb back from an early deficit during the first weekend in November, the Panthers closed out their upset victory over Rutgers on Saturday, a game in which Ray Graham (pictured) rushed for 113 yards and a touchdown. Pitt will play for bowl eligibility on Dec. 1 at South Florida. (Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)
The Fighting Irish are BCS title game bound. Notre Dame completed an improbable undefeated regular season by surviving USC in Los Angeles to lock up a spot in Miami on Jan. 7. Everett Golson didn't throw a touchdown pass, but the Irish relied on the stout defense that's helped them all year, stopping the Trojans four consecutive times from the one-yard line as the seconds ticked away. Notre Dame has not won a title in 24 years. (Reuters)
Georgia could be one victory away from playing for a national title and Georgia Tech did little to slow them down on Saturday. Though the Bulldogs still need to win in the SEC championship game, they stayed in BCS contention by routing the Yellow Jackets on Saturday. Freshman back Todd Gurley (pictured) scored just 1:03 into the game and finished with 97 yards and two touchdowns. (Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)

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