The bloggers are hitting mid-season form in snarky comments. Here's a look around the horn at what they had to say about today's college football action. •On Louisville's upset loss to Syracuse: "After the game I saw a UofL defender try to wrap his arms around a cheerleader, but he missed and she ran 47 yards for a touchdown.” — Ron, deadspin.com. •On Nebraska's one-point win over Ball State: "Sam Keller had a nice day. Marlon Lucky had a nice day, as did the receiving corps. Unfortunately, the offensive line proved we can't run the ball even against an undersized defense. And all of that doesn't matter because we gave up 422 yards in the air to Nate Davis — 214 of that to a single receiver, Nate Love. We gave up over 600 yards of total offense. Don't believe the spew about how good a team Ball State is. We're suddenly in the business of making teams look incredible. That our defense played this badly is indefensible. We have an illness, and we have two weeks to cure it. Bill Callahan's consistent, redundant answer to any injury question best describes this Husker team: Day to Day.” — Corn Blight, cornnation.com •More on Nebraska: "This is ridiculous. I've tried to be patient with Coach Callahan ever since he came to Nebraska. I approached it with an open mind but when we beat Ball State 41-40 at home, especially since he's had a few years to get his new players recruited something is going on. 41 points is great but when you give up that much to Ball State at home there are problems. There will be a lot of whispers about his future throughout Nebraska and the rest of Cornhusker nation after this game.” — placeco7 in Huskerland, ESPN.com •On Notre Dame's game against Michigan State: "Jimmy Clausen leads his first touchdown drive. Let's see: incomplete pass, handoff, handoff ... something to be proud of.” — orion5417, deadspin.com. •On Notre Dame's woes: "A prediction: The Rev. Jesse Jackson soon will make a serious visit to the University of Notre Dame. He'll ask why Charlie Weis is keeping his job as football coach, in what could be the worst season in the program's storied-to-stinky modern history, after an African-American coach named Tyrone Willingham was fired in his third season with a 6-5 record and 21-15 career mark. And Jackson will be absolutely right to ask. Because if perception is reality, the Domers are guilty of a racial double-standard.” — Jay Mariotti, suntimes.com •On OSU-Texas Tech: "The decision to go with Zac Robinson is looking better and better. Zac just scrambled 48 yards for a touchdown to give OSU a 28-21 lead, and Robinson is doing two things better than Bobby Reid did. He's running better. And he's running more. We kept waiting for Reid to tuck it and run; waiting and waiting and waiting. Reid never really would pull the trigger.” — Berry Tramel, NewsOK.com •On Florida's close win over Ole Miss: "Florida barely got by Ole Miss, 30-24, leading us to believe the Gators need serious defensive work to beat LSU in two weeks.” — Thebiglead.com •On Tulsa's showing against OU: "Tulsa is a good team when the academic institution lets them be a good team, and if they had supported them the last forty years, this game would be a heckuva lot closer. But it looks like they are on the right track again from the past few years. If this continues, Tulsa will be a lot stronger in a few years. Maybe Tulsa will be added to the Big 12 North Division.” — AngryAngel65, crimsonandcreammachine.com.