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Thursday, March 26, 2015

College Football

Mission Get Attention Worked Perfectly for Wisconsin Against Indiana

Wisconsin turned heads on Saturday putting up 83 points against Indiana at Camp Randall Stadium. The 83 points was the most a Division I team had scored all season, and it was more than the basketball team had scored in all but three of its games last year. Minnesota coach Tim Brewster had called Wisconsin…Read More

Cal Defense Fakes Cramps to Slow Down Oregon Blur Offense

Oregon has developed a reputation for being a second half team this season. They were tied at 13 against Tennessee at halftime before outscoring the Vols 35-0 in the second half. They were down 31-24 against Stanford at halftime but outscored the Cardinal 28-0 in the second half. It was 18-6 against Washington at the…Read More

Referee Laid Out in Auburn-Georgia Game

When it comes to referees having physical contact incidents during a game, nothing will ever compare to this Stephen Garcia play. What happened in the 4th quarter of the Auburn-Georgia game wasn’t bad though. Georgia was down 11 and trying to come back when quarterback Aaron Murray scrambled and wound up running directly at the…Read More

TCU Offensive Line Coach Eddie Williamson Suffers Heart Attack in Game

We already knew how stressful it is coaching college football. Urban Meyer temporarily retired because of health conditions while Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio actually suffered a heart attack after his team beat Notre Dame. The latest coach we can add to the list of concern is TCU offensive line coach Eddie Williamson. During his…Read More

Mike Bellotti Interested in Coaching Again

Before Oregon became the intimidating force they currently are utilizing Chip Kelly’s “Blur Offense,” Mike Bellotti was running the show. Bellotti took over the head coaching job in 1995 after Rich Brooks left for the NFL, and he turned the Ducks into a perennial Pac-10 contender. Under Bellotti, the team enjoyed its first double-digit win…Read More

Cam Newton Investigation Questions: Why Now, and Where Is it Coming From?

There are several questions circulating regarding the Cam Newton investigation. Why did the NCAA declare him eligible before the season began if they knew about the Mississippi State allegations? Moreover, if Mississippi State informed the SEC that Cam Newton’s father wanted over a hundred thousand dollars for his son to sign with their school, why…Read More

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