Our Christmas Eve edition of lunchtime links:
Georgia isn't deterred by its bowl destination, and the Bulldogs insist they will be ready to play Monday in the AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl.
Mark Ingram's imprisoned father has done his best to keep up with his Heisman Trophy winning son while awaiting federal sentencing.
With Tennessee's school rushing record in sight, Montario Hardesty keeps the focus on the team.
Auburn's Antoine Carter proves during the second half of the season that he has the stuff to replace Antonio Coleman.
South Carolina won't get another shot at Iowa in the bowl game, but the similarities are many between Connecticut and the Hawkeyes.
It's turning out to be a holiday homecoming of sorts for several of Kentucky's players.
For nearly $89,000, you can have a 14-person suite on the 20-yard line for the Citi BCS National Championship game between Alabama and Texas. Of course, you're on your own as far as getting to Pasadena.
The Cotton Bowl moves to the Dallas Cowboys' new stadium and is ready to rise again.