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Sunday, July 5, 2015

College Football

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

Miami Fans Get Bored With Game, Decide to Toss One Another

On Wednesday night, we brought you one of the best baseball brawls we’ve seen in quite some time. If watching fans brawl in the stands is your thing, you’ll appreciate the way the Miami Hurricanes‘ fans kicked off the 2010 season.  The 45-0 rout of Florida A&M was impressive, but very much expected.  The royal…Read More

LeGarrette Blount Threw Punch that Hit Oregon Coach Mike Bellotti

LeGarrette Blount is known by most sports fans for only one reason: punching Boise State defensive lineman Byron Hout after a loss. While Hout confirmed he was talking trash after the win, it appears as if there was not only a pattern of punching for Blount, but also a trend of covering up by Oregon….Read More

Lou Holtz: USC Penalties Were Unfair

When USC was penalized by the NCAA, the initial reaction from most people was that the Trojans were hit harder than any school since Southern Methodist. Some people felt the punishment was warranted while others found it to be excessive. USC is trying to appeal some of the penalties and is saying that the punishment…Read More

Jerrod Johnson Has a Future in Singing if Football Doesn’t Work Out

Texas A&M may have gone 6-7 last year but it wasn’t because of poor play at the quarterback position. Jerrod Johnson was a stud for the Aggies, throwing for 30 touchdowns and just eight interceptions, while adding eight more TDs on the ground. Although the senior is entering his final collegiate season and hoping for…Read More

Returning Bush’s Heisman Won’t Change History But Is Right Thing to do

A move many of us figured was coming before too long finally happened on Tuesday. USC athletic director Mike Garrett was replaced by Pat Haden who promised to “compete ferociously but also ethically.” Haden’s first order of business is to patch up the public image of USC after the Trojans suffered numerous hits within the…Read More

Joe Montana’s Son Arrested

Police officers have been fairly busy as of late trying to keep college football players in line. Last Friday, we told you about a bunch of Tennessee football players brawling at a bar. More football players found themselves in trouble Friday night, this time from Notre Dame, as they accounted for eight of the 43…Read More

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