* After a clip of bats flying from under an Austin bridge in what is billed as the "world's largest urban bat colony," Mullen said, "Bats are good" and noted he had bat houses at his Pennslyvania home. McDonough said, "To me, they are really flying rats."
Carter Blackburn and Brock Huard called Ryan Broyles' NCAA career recording setting reception for ESPN2, a 56-yard touchdown pass against Kansas.
"That's pretty sweet," Blackburn said as Broyles got a hug from OU coach Bob Stoops. "A lot of receivers will dilly dally and try to set up a pass route. Not Ryan Broyles. He's pure speed. Get from point A to point B as fast as you can. I don't know what the Kansas Jayhawks were trying to do there."
* Interviewed in the booth in the third quarter of the CBS' LSU-Tennessee telecast, Tennessee alum Peyton Manning admitted he missed playing for the Indianapolis Colts. "It's kind of like I have been giving the sermon for 14 years and now I'm passing out the bulletins."
* On ESPN's "College GameDay," Lee Corso showed he was picking Oregon to beat Arizona State in ESPN's late game by wearing the mascot's Duck head and leading the band with a pair of cymbals. Desmond Howard said he expected Oregon to win big.
* FX spotlighted Texas A&M receiver Ryan Swope's athletic versatility by showing photos of him playing golf, basketball, high jumping and running the football. "He turns into a running back after the catch," Charles Davis said of Swope, a high school running back, who caught 11 passes for 206 yards and four touchdowns in the Aggies victory over Baylor.