Clint Trickett might not have Jacob Coker's arm or Jameis Winston's array of skills, but the junior quarterback isn't going to let one of his hyped teammates become Florida State's starting quarterback without a fight.
High school recruits know that bad decisions can be costly ones when it comes to using Twitter. But what happens when it's adults -- the fans -- who are causing the problems? A few members of Texas' 2014 class are having trouble with that issue.
For several seasons Texas has become a team rigid in its execution, a group of joyless workers marching single file into a Soviet-era factory. They shook that off in an Alamo Bowl victory over Oregon State.
For Florida State players and coaches who've worked to reach a BCS bowl, their enthusiasm is understandable. For fans and the college football world at large, however, this Orange Bowl has been met with a collective groan.