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Saturday, November 1, 2014

College Football

Michigan Desperate for Kicking Help

Michigan has struggled with its kickers going just 1-for-5 on field goals this year. Brendan Gibbons is 1-for-4 on his attempts while Seth Broekhuizen missed his lone attempt. Luckily for the Wolverines they’re 3-0 so they haven’t been hurt by the kicking problems yet, but in a close game they’ll need those three points. Apparently…Read More

Oregon State Takes it to the Next Level to Prep for Boise State

What’s it going to take for No. 24 Oregon State to knock off No. 3 Boise State?  Plenty of creative plays, a solid game on both sides of the ball, protection of the football, and about 180 gallons of blue paint.  Now that’s what I call committment. I’ve always wondered how the obnoxious blue color…Read More

UCLA Defense Is a QB Killing Machine

A week after getting embarrassed at home by Stanford 35-0, UCLA bounced back with a win over Conference USA foe Houston 31-13 at the Rose Bowl. The Bruins are nowhere near a good team, but their defense is decent enough to keep them competitive on most nights. Their offense is another story — it’s by…Read More

Thrill of Crazy Call Gave Mark Dantonio a Heart Attack

Ever have a tense, nail-biting moment during a sports event you’re watching and tell your friends that the suspense almost gave you a heart attack? Ever hear that phrase “cardiac kids” for teams that win by incredible comebacks? The joke is that thrilling moments in games put us through incredible amounts of stress as fans….Read More

Jamie Harper Early Candidate for Catch of the Year

The Clemson/Auburn game was a tale of two halves. Clemson was up 17-0 most of the first half, scoring their second touchdown on an incredible catch by Jamie Harper. Harper, the team’s running back, was placed in motion out of the backfield and went full-extension with his dive for a 24-yard TD from Kyle Parker….Read More

Phil Fulmer Lights Into Kiffin, Tennessee

Former Tennessee coach Phil Fulmer quietly got the last word with the Vols when his replacement, Lane Kiffin, left the school in horrific fashion. Fulmer was pretty humble and seemed to be holding back in his statement. Kiffin was not as lucky on Saturday when Fulmer served up some thoughts on CBS’ halftime show. Fulmer…Read More

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

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