Welcome back to Going Bowling, our weekly look at what you do and don't want to know about the ever-expanding, changing world of college bowl games. This week we take a look at one of the oldest and one of the newest games on the 2010-11 postseason calendar and our weekly pick of the game with the potentially biggest impact on the eventual bowl outlook.
A.J. Green's accidental plug
There is certainly nothing to smile about when it comes to the A.J. Green situation at Georgia. On Wednesday, the Bulldogs were forced to take the national walk of shame as word of Green's four-game suspension spread throughout cyberspace.
But, in a twisted way, there was a winner in the deluge of news stories, blogs, and Tweets. No, I'm not talking about South Carolina, Arkansas, or Mississippi State, the next three teams on Georgia's slate.
For the story of who benefited from A.J. Green's mistake -- plus a look at a new bowl and a big Pac-10 tilt -- you must be an ESPN Insider.