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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

College Football

UTEP: Where Hilarious Nut Shots and Hand Parties Happen

Maybe something about Mike Price coaching the program has trickled down to the students in El Paso. While searching for a video of a nut shot on the UTEP sidelines from Saturday night, I came across yet another video of interest from the game. EDSBS was the first to pick up on it, and it…Read More

Urban Meyer Covers the Spread, Angers Randy Shannon in the Process

Many people could have been wondering what Urban Meyer was doing when he elected to kick a field goal with 25 seconds left and his Gators already up 23-3 against Miami Saturday night. Those people probably missed the bottom line: Urban Meyer was ensuring Florida would cover the spread (generally somewhere between 21-23 points in…Read More

Nick Saban Is Tommy Bowden’s Shoulder to Cry on After Loss

I’m a little new to this whole thing, but I guess in the college football world, it’s cool for coaches to converse with each other and share ideas. How often do we hear about coaches opening up their practices to other coaches who want to come by and learn? Wasn’t half the coaching world in…Read More

The Road to 4 Wins Off to a Fast Start

I wouldn’t exactly say this was the same thing as the Saints beating the Falcons in their Monday night opener after Katrina a few years ago, but the energy and thought of something “new” made the UCLA win over Tennessee pretty sweet Monday night. It was a new coaching regime, a big-time SEC team coming…Read More

UCLA Football Getting Premature in its Self Promotion

There’s that saying out there — you don’t tug on Superman’s cape. With that in mind, I present the latest advertisement by the UCLA Athletic Department that appeared in the LA Times on Monday, as passed along by Gutty Little Bruins. I really do appreciate the enthusiasm by the athletic department, but I don’t think…Read More

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