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Georgia Tech’s Jason Varitek argues the “safe” call from the umpire during the 1994 College Baseball World Series game against the Oklahoma Sooners on June 11, 1994 at Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, Nebraska. (Todd Rosenberg/Getty Images)

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Georgia Tech’s Jason Varitek argues the “safe” call from the umpire during the 1994 College Baseball World Series game against the Oklahoma Sooners on June 11, 1994 at Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, Nebraska. (Todd Rosenberg/Getty Images)
GALLERY: Notable Players Who Appeared in CWS Final

Aerial portrait of NFL prospect and former Oklahoma player Adrian Peterson running through blocking dummies at Everest Training Center in April 2007. Peterson needs to average 168 yards over Minnesota’s final three games to break Eric Dickerson’s single-season rushing record of 2,105 yards. (Greg Nelson/SI)

GALLERY: Rare Photos of Adrian Peterson

Aerial portrait of NFL prospect and former Oklahoma player Adrian Peterson running through blocking dummies at Everest Training Center in April 2007. Peterson needs to average 168 yards over Minnesota’s final three games to break Eric Dickerson’s single-season rushing record of 2,105 yards. (Greg Nelson/SI)
GALLERY: Rare Photos of Adrian Peterson

Oklahoma is on quite an offensive roll in advance of next week’s game with defensive-minded Notre Dame. The Sooners cruised against the Jayhawks, as Landry Jones completed 20-of-30 passes for 300 yards and three touchdowns. Six Oklahoma receivers, including Justin Brown (pictured), tallied double-digit receiving yardage totals. (AP)

GALLERY: College Football Top 25 Review

Oklahoma is on quite an offensive roll in advance of next week’s game with defensive-minded Notre Dame. The Sooners cruised against the Jayhawks, as Landry Jones completed 20-of-30 passes for 300 yards and three touchdowns. Six Oklahoma receivers, including Justin Brown (pictured), tallied double-digit receiving yardage totals. (AP)
GALLERY: College Football Top 25 Review

The Red River Rivalry was anything but on Saturday as Oklahoma rolled to a 63-21 victory over Texas. The Longhorns’ once-vaunted defense couldn’t stop  Sooners backup quarterback Blake Bell, who rushed for four touchdowns. Oklahoma’s defense, meanwhile, suffocated Texas quarterback David Ash (pictured) who fumbled once and threw two interceptions. (Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

GALLERY: College Football Top 25 Review

The Red River Rivalry was anything but on Saturday as Oklahoma rolled to a 63-21 victory over Texas. The Longhorns’ once-vaunted defense couldn’t stop  Sooners backup quarterback Blake Bell, who rushed for four touchdowns. Oklahoma’s defense, meanwhile, suffocated Texas quarterback David Ash (pictured) who fumbled once and threw two interceptions. (Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
GALLERY: College Football Top 25 Review

Happy 53rd birthday Jim McMahon. The former Bears quarterback, pictured here in a 1986 SI photo shoot with Brian Bosworth, played 15 seasons in the NFL for six teams. He had the most success with the Bears, where he spent seven seasons and won a Super Bowl. (Walter Iooss Jr./SI)

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Happy 53rd birthday Jim McMahon. The former Bears quarterback, pictured here in a 1986 SI photo shoot with Brian Bosworth, played 15 seasons in the NFL for six teams. He had the most success with the Bears, where he spent seven seasons and won a Super Bowl. (Walter Iooss Jr./SI)
GALLERY: Classic Photos of the 1985 Bears | Sports Posters From the 1980s

It’s college football season and SI has five regional covers to preview the upcoming season. Among those featured are Michigan’s Denard Robinson, Oklahoma’s Landry Jones, USC’s Matt Barkley, West Virginia’s Geno Smith and Alabama’s AJ McCarron. (Lon Horwedel/Icon SMI - Michigan; Matthew Emmons/US Presswire - Oklahoma; Peter Read Miller/SI - USC; Andrew Weber/US Presswire - WVU; Damian Strohmeyer/SI - Alabama) 

SI STAFF: 2012 College Football Preview Index


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Blake Griffin may be recovering from arthroscopic surgery but that doesn’t mean he’s not staying busy. The Clippers forward is taking over the SI Vault Twitter feed for the day and  all photos will be his requests. If you’re not already on Twitter, this is the perfect time to join. Check the SI Vault feed throughout the day for Blake’s favorite photos. (Greg Nelson/SI)

SI Vault Twitter Feed Blake Griffin’s Top Dunks

Blake Griffin may be recovering from arthroscopic surgery but that doesn’t mean he’s not staying busy. The Clippers forward is taking over the SI Vault Twitter feed for the day and  all photos will be his requests. If you’re not already on Twitter, this is the perfect time to join. Check the SI Vault feed throughout the day for Blake’s favorite photos. (Greg Nelson/SI)
SI Vault Twitter Feed | Blake Griffin’s Top Dunks

Florida quarterback Tim Tebow urges his teammates following a first down in the second half of the BCS National Championship against Oklahoma. The Gators claimed the title of 2008’s best college football team with a 24-14 victory over the Sooners. The national champions will be decided tonight as Alabama playing against LSU. (Bob Rosato/SI)

SI VAULT: Youthful Florida stuffed Sooners, win title (1.19.09)
MANDEL: Tonight’s title game rematch is a showcase for reviled BCS
STAPLES: Can Tigers, Crimson Tide score points? Here’s how
ANDERSON: Five critical plays from the first LSU-Alabama matchup

Florida quarterback Tim Tebow urges his teammates following a first down in the second half of the BCS National Championship against Oklahoma. The Gators claimed the title of 2008’s best college football team with a 24-14 victory over the Sooners. The national champions will be decided tonight as Alabama playing against LSU. (Bob Rosato/SI)
SI VAULT: Youthful Florida stuffed Sooners, win title (1.19.09)MANDEL: Tonight’s title game rematch is a showcase for reviled BCSSTAPLES: Can Tigers, Crimson Tide score points? Here’s howANDERSON: Five critical plays from the first LSU-Alabama matchup