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Thursday, October 30, 2014

College Football

ACC with Poor Week as Expected

When I talk about the top conferences in college football, I talk about the SEC, Big 12, Big Ten, and Pac-10. The Big East is left out of my discussions, the ACC is hardly referenced, and Boise State and the Mountain West are mentioned casually. Despite having strong programs like Miami, Florida State, and Virginia…Read More

Jacory Harris Sports the Sweater Vest

Miami Hurricanes quarterback Jacory Harris made waves on the net by wearing Oakland Raiders overalls earlier this week. Now he’s captured our attention with another choice of clothing. Preparing for Miami’s game in Columbus, Harris walked off the team bus at the Horseshoe wearing a Jim Tressel sweater vest and tie, as I found out…Read More

Notre Dame Gets Touchdown Despite TJ Jones Early Celebration

I was all over Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson two years ago for dropping a ball prior to crossing the goal line on what should have been a touchdown against the Cowboys. Jackson learned his lesson because he scored 11 touchdowns last year without any problems. Looks like DeSean isn’t alone with this issue — one…Read More

Kansas, Turner Gill Get Big Win over GT

If Ole Miss losing to Jacksonville State was the biggest upset of the first college football weekend, then Kansas suffered the second biggest upset loss. The Jayhawks were inept offensively in a 6-3 defeat by North Dakota State. Many people instantly began wondering about first-year head coach Turner Gill following such a poor performance. Whatever…Read More

Marcus Lattimore Is the Real Deal

I don’t follow the college football recruiting scene too much, but from reading Sporting News Today on a regular basis, I constantly came across their Top 100 high school football players list. It was kind of funny to see the same list every day with no news to report, but every once in a while…Read More

Nick Saban Nails the Boise State Problem

One of the biggest debates in college football is whether or not Boise State deserves a spot in a national championship game should they go undefeated. My answer is no because their schedule is not challenging enough, regardless of their win over Virginia Tech and a potential win over Oregon State. Boise State is a…Read More

Blatant Injury Fakers Tried to Slow Texas A&M’s Offense

When a team is paid $325,000 to roll over and play dead for a national powerhouse before conference play begins, they don’t have to literally roll over and play dead.  Stephen F. Austin knew they didn’t stand a chance at knocking off Texas A&M, which is why they were given an absurd amount of money…Read More

The Return of College GameDay Signs

Smell that?  That’s the smell of the first big Saturday of college football.  With all the hype surrounding NFL training camps, we tend to forget college football kicks off a week earlier than meaningful NFL play.  Tis the season, which means let the clever College GameDay signs start flowing.  We’re off to a pretty good…Read More

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