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Tuesday, August 4, 2015

College Football

West Virginia Giving Free Drink Coupons to Designated Drivers

This year West Virginia became the 36th D-I school to serve beer at its football games. Through two games they’ve sold over $281,000 worth of beer. But West Virginia wants you to know they’re not just about getting bombed and watching football. Oh no, they want to remind you that they’re focused on promoting responsible…Read More

Oregon Cheerleaders Unveil Pro Combat Outfits (Pictures)

I don’t know what all the hype is for surrounding this combat look in college football, but I can tell you until now I was not the biggest fan. For some reason, I now have an appreciation for the design. It’s the strangest thing: When Miami debuted their Nike Pro Combat uniforms against Virginia Tech…Read More

Provo Arby’s Says Sign Mocking BYU Went Up Before Awful Game

An Arby’s restaurant in Provo, Utah is receiving attention this week for mocking BYU on its marquee. BYU was hammered by Utah on Saturday 54-10 and committed seven turnovers. The sign below was not a reference to delightful apple or cherry bakery treats, but rather a shot at BYU and their inability to hold onto…Read More

Carson Palmer Tailgated at the USC Game

It’s really sad it has come to Carson Palmer tailgating in Los Angeles while his Bengals team is in Denver preparing for a game. Carson’s only 31 and still fully capable of quarterbacking a team to third in its division. That’s what he should be doing, not sipping Tecates (or Coke?) at USC tailgates. At…Read More

Auburn Fans Turn Casket into Tailgating Grill (Pictures)

As if we needed further proof that Auburn fans are special — oftentimes disturbing — people.  The one thing we can say about this stunt is that it appears to be harmless.  Unless a dead body was removed from the casket and the casket was turned into a grill, these Auburn fans are not hurting…Read More

UCLA Tries Out Soccer Manager at Kicker

In what could be considered a metaphor for the Rick Neuheisel era at UCLA, the Bruins have resorted to trying out the manager of the soccer team at kicker. The Bruins’ starting and backup kickers are both nursing injuries leaving the team thin at the spot. Tyler Gonzalez, who is the soccer team’s manager, went…Read More

Brian Kelly Throws Jab at Ohio State Over Easy Schedule

Notre Dame has played only two games on its 2011 schedule and Brian Kelly is already trying to work the BCS selection committee. College football has easily the most sensitive schedule across sports. By that I mean if you lose two games early, you stand virtually no chance at winning a national championship or even…Read More

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