Found January 01, 2013 on
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Good news, Outback fans. You will either get a free blooming onion or coconut shrimp depending on who wings. You’ll probably read that last sentence and think I’m joking. I’m 100% serious. The Michigan Wolverines and the South Carolina Gamecocks are facing off on New Years Day. If you don’t have a particular team you are rooting for, it’s time to make a decision. Are you team blooming onion or team coconut shrimp? If @gamecocksfb wins today – everyone in the country gets a free Bloomin Onion on 1/2!! #TeamBloominOnion #OutbackBowl twitter.com/Outback/status… — Outback Steakhouse (@Outback) January 1, 2013 If @umichfootball wins, everyone in the country is getting a free Coconut Shrimp tomorrow 1/2 #teamcoconutshrimp twitter.com/Outback/status… — Outback Steakhouse (@Outback) January 1, 2013 HT SB Nation
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After a questionable decision by Michigan to go for it on 4th down from their own 35-yard line, after they blocked a field goal, things got even more ridiculous. Michigan was short of the first down by a few inches, and the referees said that it was a first down. South Carolina Gamecocks Head Coach Steve Spurrier freaked out and challenged the play. The play stood as called...
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After Michigan's 33-28 loss to South Carolina in the Outback Bowl, headman Brady Hoke shared his thoughts on the defensive breakdowns, the performance of the offense, the improvements ahead for the program, and more. **With video**
Michigan was upended by South Carolina 33-28 in the Outback Bowl. The Wolverines were gashed by numerous big plays. It started early and continued throughout the game. At halftime, Michigan’s defensive coordinator, Greg Mattison, said in a radio interview that they could stop South Carolina, but they had to prevent the big plays. Unfortunately they were not able to do that. The...
Rawls' 63-yard TD run against Illinois in garbage time this season, was his career long, by far.
Emailer Mike writes:
Brad, no one, and I mean no one has said a word about Rawls not playing. Not you, not any of the other blogs, not the papers, not the radio, not TV, NO ONE! What gives?
Well Mike, Thomas Rawls' absence from the Outback Bowl was not widely reported...
When South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney met Michigan running back Vincent Smith in the backfield of yesterday’s Outback Bowl, Twitter seemed to freeze. Nothing else was going on in the world. Forget New Years, it was all about Clowney. The reactions were rampant, wild and very NSFW.
Some were simple, yet effective, like this from @_HoesLoveQuissy: CLOWNEY AGAIN! F*CK DEM NIGGAS...
South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney will more than likely be a top five pick once the 2014 season rolls around (of course barring any setbacks) and during Tuesday’s Outback Bowl we could see why. After a horrible placement by the refs that resulted in a Michigan first down, Clowney absolutely lit up Michigan running back Vincent [...]
Jadeveon Clowney had a huge hit at the Outback Bowl on Michigan's Vinson Smith to force a fumble. South Carolina scored on a last second drive to beat Michigan 33-28. Full video below of the hit.
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The Outback Bowl between South Carolina and Michigan took a turn on a massive hit delivered by one of the best defensive players in college football. Check out the below bone-rattling hit delivered by South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney on running back Vincent Smith which also jarred the ball loose and ended up in Clowney’s hands. The play shifted the momentum for South Carolina...
On the first day of the new year, South Carolina star defensive lineman Jadeveon Clowney delivered what might stand as football’s best hit of 2013.
With Michigan clinging to a one-point lead over the Gamecocks in Tuesday’s Outback Bowl (and one play after the Wolverines were awarded a controversial first down following a fake punt), Clowney blew through Michigan’s blocking...
South Carolina DE Jadeveon Clowney is a veritable man among boys, and clearly one of the best—if not the best—players in college football on either side of the ball. You need look no further than this devastating, bone crushing, monster of a hit he laid on Michigan RB Vincent Smith in today’s Outback Bowl to know that what I speak is the truth.
And if that freakishly athletic...
After Michigan's 33-28 loss to South Carolina in the Outback Bowl, Denard Robinson reflected upon the game, his career, and passed a message along to the Wolverine fans that have supported him throughout. **With video**
Tweet One of the great things about New Year’s Day, if you’re a college football fan, is the numerous bowl games featuring some of the nation’s best players and teams. Among the early action was an SEC-Big Ten matchup between #10 South Carolina and #18 Michigan, where Gamecocks wide receiver/punt returner Ace Sanders showed [...]
South Carolina's Ace Sanders returned a punt some 62 yards today in the Outback Bowl. Needs some kinda nickname.
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University of Michigan
Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan
Students: 42,716 (Undergrads 27,407)
2012 Record: 8-4 overall, 6-2 Big 10
Head Coach: Brady Hoke (2nd season as head coach 19-6 record)
All-time record vs. USC: 1-1 with last meeting in 1985
Outback Bowl record: 3-1, first trip since 2003 (Michigan 38 Florida 30)
For the second year in a row...