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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

College Football

UMass Player on Michigan: Big House is Little House on the Prairie

Playing against the Wolverines in the Big House used to be one of the most feared experiences in all of college football. That was until Appalachian State pulled off a shocker winning 34-32 in 2007, all but sealing Lloyd Carr’s ticket out of town. Oregon followed that surprise up with a 39-7 drubbing that showcased…Read More

Just Like Cal to Disappoint Early in Season

Anyone who is a fan of Cal football can tell you what a painful experience it is. Marred with inconsistency, the Golden Bears can get up for a game and blast an opponent by 50 points one week, and then come back and lose to an inferior opponent by 20 the next week. This season…Read More

Randy Shannon Puts Kibosh on Canes Twittering, Result of Middle Finger Tweet?

Something died within the Miami Hurricanes football program on Wednesday afternoon. As of 2:30pm, all the players’ twitter accounts were closed down. Even though many players use their twitter pages as a form of expression and interaction, it has been known to get people in trouble. Earlier we told you about Colorado quarterback Tyler Hansen…Read More

Tyler Hansen Vows Colorado Will Not Lose by 45 Points Again

After beating rival Colorado State 24-3 on the road in their first game, I made the mistake of believing Colorado might be decent this year. Then they went out and got rolled by Cal 52-7 and I realized how wrong I was. If there was one positive to come out of the 45-point beatdown, it…Read More

Reggie Bush Wisely Giving Back Heisman

One of the hottest topics in sports won’t be debated for much longer now that Reggie Bush has decided to forfeit the Heisman Trophy. We’ve touched on this issue many times before, saying it’s the right thing to do. The premise is simple: Bush was an ineligible player and non-compliant with the student athlete bylaws….Read More

Trevor Matich: Pac-10 Lacks at the Top

I was sitting down and getting set to pound out a post on our college football conference power rankings when I heard ESPN college football analyst Trevor Matich doing the same thing. Apparently one of their computer guys had the Pac-10 listed as the second strongest conference in the country and Matich wasn’t buying that….Read More

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