The scandal during college football Saturday was that Michigan State accused Ohio State of doctoring their own offensive game film before sending it out. Now we know the truth: Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer didn't send the full reel to the Spartans because he sent the real game-plan, and all its option-related craziness, to San Francisco 49ers' head coach Jim Harbaugh. Or, that's certainly what it looked like in the first half of the 49ers' game against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium. In what was certainly a poke in the eye to the Jets, their much-ballyhooed "Wildcat" package (which isn't really a Wildcat most of the time), and their supposedly dangerous quarterback rotation of Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow, Harbaugh pushed his offense to the "College" setting. He rotated starter Alex Smith and backup Colin Kaepernick, who ran the Pistol formation for Chris Ault at Nevada, and had the Jets on their heels for the first 30 minutes of the game. Going into the tunnel, the Niners led, 7-0. They had 19 rushing plays to just 14 pass attempts. The 49ers had six different rushers -- Smith, Kaepernick, running backs Frank Gore and Kendall Hunter, and receivers Mario Manningham and Kyle...