College Football Playoff semifinals an absolute mess in every way possible
Out of the six biggest bowl games of the season, we got a grand total of zero close and competitive games. That and poor start times and dates killed the excitement of college football. And the worst part is that it will continue to be that way. What. A. Mess.Read This Post About College Football Playoff semifinals an absolute mess in every way possible
Is the SEC still at the top of the college football pyramid?
Enemies of the SEC got a big boost this year with the national championship not going the way of the Auburn Tigers of the SEC, but instead the Florida State Seminoles took home the title back to the ACC. Add in the fact that the Oklahoma Sooners beat up on the Alabama Crimson Tide in the Sugar Bowl, fans against the SEC have had a really great start to the new year. But it now raises the question: Is the SEC still at the top of the college football pyramid.Read This Post About Is the SEC still at the top of the college football pyramid?
With two weeks left, BCS can still dish out some chaos
The Bowl Championship Series is one of the most polarizing systems this side of the 21st century. Possibly more divisive than congress and politics, the BCS always manages to make one, or more, fan base mad while delivering an early Christmas present for another. This year, the last of the BCS as we know it, we could be headed for another season of bowl and national championship chaos. Get your popcorn ready.Read This Post About With two weeks left, BCS can still dish out some chaos
An argument for A.J. McCarron to win the Heisman Trophy
A.J. McCarron should win the Heisman this season. There. I said it. Now come after me. But before that, let me explain my reasoning and maybe you'll come around to see that I am, in fact, right.Read This Post About An argument for A.J. McCarron to win the Heisman Trophy
Heisman race after week eight
So this past Saturday was just a continuation of the previous Saturday's upset craziness. A number of ranked teams went down, a number of SEC teams expected to compete for the conference title lost and some Heisman hopefuls took a big hit. So, who are in the top five for the Heisman and who fell out.Read This Post About Heisman race after week eight
Targeting rule not the way to go for NCAA
As the dangers of playing football have become more and more known in recent years, the NCAA decided to see what they can do to prevent injuries, specifically to the head and neck area, and possibly subside some fears about playing the game.Read This Post About Targeting rule not the way to go for NCAA
First Saturday of college football a fun one indeed
It took a nearly the entire first half, but at the end of the day, I and other UT fans alike were able to breathe easy and take in the full first Saturday of college football without the embarrassment of a loss to New Mexico State.Read This Post About First Saturday of college football a fun one indeed