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As 2013 winds to a close, TSN. Steve Bartkowski Jersey .ca looks back at the stories and moments that made the year memorable. TSN.cas writing staff reflects on the best college football moments from the past 12 months including an unforgettable Iron Bowl, the rise of Famous Jameis and a certain catfishing debacle. The Rise of Famous Jameis By: Mike Hetherington Florida States redshirt freshman quarterback, Jameis Winston, was the story of the NCAA football season. Winston led the Seminoles to a perfect 13-0 record during the season and berth in the BCS National Championship game with a first place BCS ranking. With 38 touchdowns, 3,820 yards passing and 10 interceptions, "Famous Jameis" (as hes become known) became the youngest player to ever win the Heisman trophy and became just the second ever - and second consecutive - freshman to win the trophy. The Seminoles defeated third-ranked Clemson, seventh-ranked Miami and 20th-ranked Duke all by at least 24 points. Winstons off-field situation kept him the headlines throughout the week during the season as well. He was investigated for an alleged sexual assault that took place in 2012. In the end, no charges were filed and the case was closed just four days before Heisman votes were due. He finishes 2013 as the nations top-rated passer (190.1) and with a strong championship game, he could become the record holder for passer rating in a season (191.78 - Russell Wilson, 2011). Famous Jameis now turns his eyes to becoming a national champion and become the second ever two-time Heisman winner in 2014. If he does, hell make this list again. The Best Day in College Football ever! By: Ben Fisher ...Well, maybe not ever; but certainly the best day in recent memory. Saturday, November 30 "Rivalry Weekend" gave fans two of the most exciting games, and craziest finishes, of the year. It started at the Big House in Michigan where the Wolverines were taking on Ohio State, the fiercest rivalry in college sports north of the Mason-Dixon Line, looking to salvage their mediocre season while at the same time ruin the Buckeyes hopes of a National Championship. The schools went shot for shot in running up the total score to more than 80 points with less than a minute remaining, and thats when the real fun began. Down 41-40 and facing an extra point to send the game to overtime, Michigan head coach Brady Hoke instead opted to try a two-point conversion for the win. Buckeyes defensive back Tyvis Powell intercepted Michigans two-point try with just 32 seconds left on the clock, effectively preserving Ohio States undefeated season and BCS Championship hopes (for another week at least!) But college football fans didnt have long to dissect Hokes decision, because 800 miles south of Ann Arbor, Michigan, the Alabama Crimson Tide and Auburn Tigers were engaged in another instant classic. Even more was on the line in this equally heated rivalry. The back and forth tilt was a must-see, but what happened as time expired will live on in infamy at Auburn. Deadlocked at 28 with just one second left on the clock, Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban opted for a 57-yard field goal attempt knowing his perfect season, National Title hopes, and reputation as one of the greatest college football coaches of all-time was on the line. The kick fell short however, and thats when Auburn capitalized. Senior cornerback Chris Davis returned the missed field goal more than 100 yards for a dramatic touchdown and the win. That victory paved the way for Auburns inclusion in the BCS National Championship (Jan. 6 against Florida State) and led to as many questions about Sabans late-game decision as Hokes earlier in the day, if not more. It also led to this man losing his mind. Four Overtimes Later: Penn State vs. Michigan By: Mike Hetherington On a Saturday in mid-October Penn State hosted 18th ranked unbeaten Michigan. The two teams battled for over four hours in front of 100,000 people, most of whom, complying with the Penn State planned white-out. Down seven points in the fourth quarter, Penn State completed a four play 80-yard touchdown drive to tie the game 34-34 with 27 seconds left. After Penn States kicker Sam Ficken missed his kick in the first overtime period, it seemed a foregone conclusion that Michigan would kick a field goal and continue their perfect season. However, kicker Brendan Gibbons had his kick blocked. On the first play of third overtime Penn State made another mistake, Allen Robinson fumbled the ball on a reserve play. After a fumble recovery, Michigan was once again a field goal away from victory. Gibbons lined up again, this time from 33-yards away, and missed his kick wide left. He grabbed his facemask in anger and watched as his offence lined up for a fourth overtime period. Four plays later, Gibbons connected on a 40-yard field goal and with another defensive stop the Wolverines would finally have a victory. Penn State coach Bill OBrien decided four overtimes were enough and gambled by keeping his offence on the field on fourth-and-one on the Michigan 16-yard line, his faith in the offence was rewarded with a three-yard run by running back Bill Belton. Four plays after his crucial conversion, Belton scored a two-yard touchdown to finally end the longest game in the history of the Big Ten conference. The Manti Teo hoax By: Isaac Owusu Nobody expected that media sensational of being "catfished" to be taken seriously outside of MTV, until it did. On January 16th Deadspin published an investigative piece surrounding Manti Teo that was so eye-opening that it was hard to believe. The piece described how Notre Dame star linebacker and Heisman runner-up was caught in the prank, being in a fictional online romantic relationship. Teo claimed to have long distance relationship with girlfriend Lennay Kekua who he had believed to have died on Sept. 11, 2012. What followed was almost too uncomfortable to witness. Notre Dame Athletic Director Jack Swarbrick held an awkward press conference and Teo went public with his vehement denials of making her up. He claimed that rather he was pranked by a man named Ronaiah Tuiasosopo. The saga went as far as to have Teo stiitng on the couch with Katie Couric to explain his side of the story, and Tuiasosopo on Dr. Phil to explain his. In the aftermath, Teo fell to 38th overall on draft day, getting taken by the San Diego Chargers, the second middle linebacker drafted, behind Alec Ogletree. Teo has had a modest rookie season, making his regular season debut in Week 4 after battling early injuries. Freshman Phenom Myles Jack: 72 tackles, seven rushing touchdowns By: Mike Hetherington UCLA true freshman Myles Jack was recruited as a four-star outside linebacker. He racked up 72 tackles, one interception and one forced fumble in 12 regular season games. However it wasnt the defensive statistics that amazed fans this season, but his offensive plays. In the eighth game of the season, Jack debuted in the backfield for the Bruins and rushed for 120 yards and a touchdown on six, yes six, carries. He also had eight tackles on defence and a fumble recovery as UCLA beat Arizona. One week later against Washington Jack rushed 13 times for 59 yards, scoring a ridiculous four touchdowns. Jack rushed 16 times for 86 yards against Arizona State adding another touchdown and a long of 37 yards. In UCLAs season finale Jack got just two carries but made the most of them with a three-yard touchdown run. Jack also recovered a Trojans fumble in the fourth quarter to seal the Bruins first victory at USC since 1997. Jack shocked college football with his performances and may have become the best two-way player in a time when the two-way players simply dont exist. Alex Gray Jersey .Y. - Urijah Faber walked out on a Madison Square Garden stage in a Wes Welker jersey, the UFCs fun nod to that other "super" show this weekend. Duke Riley Jersey .ca presents its latest weekly power rankings for the 2013-14 Barclays Premier League season.ST. JOHNS, N.L. -- Itll be a long night for IceCaps head coach Keith McCambridge. Falling behind three goals and the inability to capitalize on six power-play opportunities proved insurmountable for the St. Johns IceCaps, who fell 4-2 to the Worcester Sharks on Sunday in American Hockey League action. "I hate to lose, I dont sleep well when we lose," McCambridge said. "I thought we played a strong game. (But) we had a hard time in the first two periods putting pucks to the net and having screens and traffic at the net." Travis Oleksuk, Eriah Hayes, Dan DaSilva and Rod Davison scored for the Sharks (23-17-3). Blair Riley and Kael Mouillierat replied for the IceCaps (28-18-3). The Sharks limited the IceCaps on the power play by blocking lanes and taking away quality scoring chances, which was noticeable to IceCaps forward Eric ODell. "They were doing pretty good with blocking shots and we didnt put enough pucks on net, like we usually do," ODell said. "We were moving the puck pretty well, but (didnt) get enough pucks on net." McCambridge thought the power play, which is seventh overall in the AHL, could have had a better chance at scoring if his own club stayed disciplined while on the man advantage. "We had two power plays where we nullified them by taking penalties," McCambridge said. "That doesnt work in our favour." St Johhns beat the Sharks Saturday night, and would have been thrilled to take both games of the two-game mini series entering the AHL All-Star break. Josh Harris Jersey. But winning back-to-back at home hasnt been easy this season for the IceCaps. "We had a pretty good game but we had a couple breakdowns in our defensive zone that cost us," ODell said. "We tend to win one and lose one at home. Its tough to get two wins when teams come here to play us. We have to get better at that. Tonight was an important game and we came up short." The Sharks scored first when a pass from behind the net found Oleksuk out front alone, where he scored into a wide-open net 5:27 into the first period. Davison doubled the lead for the Sharks, hitting home a one-time slap shot past IceCaps goaltender Michael Hutchinson with 5:03 left to play in the second period. Hayes tapped home a rebound 2:50 into the third period on the power play to increase the lead to 3-0. The IceCaps found the score sheet when Riley tipped home a Will ONeill slapshot from the point at the 11:10 mark of the third. Mouillierat pulled the IceCaps to within one by tapping home a rebound off a Carl Klingberg backhander at 14:50, however DaSilva buried an empty netter with 22.2 seconds left to clinch the win for Worcester Troy Grosenick stopped 29 shots for the Sharks, while Hutchinson made 25 saves for St. Johns. Wholeslae Jerseys NFL Jerseys Cheap Wholesale NBA Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys Cheap MLB Jerseys Wholesale Soccer Jerseys Cheap College Jerseys Cheap Football Jerseys Cheap Basketball Jerseys Cheap Baseball Jerseys ' ' ' 
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