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Thursday, October 30, 2014

College Football

Mike Gundy tried to trademark ‘I’m a man, I’m 40!’

If Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy had a nickel for every time he heard the phrase “I’m a man, I’m 40!” he’d be a lot more wealthy than he is now. During an interview with The Seth Davis Show for Campus Insiders recently, Gundy was asked how often he has his infamous rant thrown back…Read More

Todd Gurley suspended two more games, reportedly was paid $3,000

The NCAA announced on Wednesday that Georgia running back Todd Gurley will be suspended for two more games after an investigation revealed that he accepted more than $3,000 in cash from multiple individuals for autographed memorabilia. Georgia released a statement after the ruling was made official saying the school plans to appeal the decision “immediately.”…Read More

Nick Saban doesn’t care about first playoff rankings

Tuesday was momentous day of sorts in the college football world. The college football playoff selection committee released their first rankings. Mississippi State held the top spot, followed by Florida State, Auburn, and Ole Miss. Then came 13 one-loss teams in the 5-17 spots. With the top four of the final rankings earning a spot…Read More

TCU ran out of fireworks during 82-point game

TCU’s offensive outburst against Texas Tech last weekend was so unexpected that the school actually ran out of all the fireworks they ordered for the entire season. Drew Martin, the Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing and Licensing at TCU, sent this tweet on Sunday: How prolific is @TCUFootball's offense this year? In yesterday's 82-27 romp…Read More

Alabama boosters paid off Nick Saban’s $3.1 million mortgage

There are many perks to being the head football coach at Alabama. One of them is having your $3.1 million mortgage paid off for you, with some of the funds coming from people you don’t even know. According to Kent Faulk of AL.com, the Crimson Tide Foundation paid off Saban’s home in March 2013 —…Read More

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