#ClickBait Week 12: An Old Cavalier, Cam’s Cam, Boykin’s Acrobatic Touchdown, And Strong’s Crowd Surfing
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#ClickBait is our weekly recap of the most viral stuff in the Russell Athletic Bowl’s corner of the college football world. Keep up with the latest buzzworthy stories, pictures and other cool stuff from around the ACC and Big 12 as we prepare for Week 12.
- Dr. John Risher, 104 years young, has been a part of the Virginia stats crew since the 1960s – even played for the Cavaliers when Scott Stadium opened – in 1931.
- Athletic freak Andrew Billings playing big role for Baylor – the 6-foot-2, 300-pound defensive lineman is only 18 years old.
- Syracuse Linebacker Cameron Lynch began interviewing teammates and called his video creation “Cam’s Cam,” posted weekly on the Syracuse athletics website, his way of showcasing the personalities he has come to know and love during his time with the Orange.
Sights and Sounds
— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) November 9, 2014
TCU QB Trevone Boykin with the most acrobatic touchdown this season.
After Saturday’s 33-16 win over West Virginia, Strong and the Longhorns have their first winning streak — they have something to build on and feel good about – so Charlie Strong crowd surfed.