NCAAF 

Louisville comes up just short in Death Valley

It rare that you get a quarterback duel in football that is surrounded by so much hype.  I mean Manning and Brady did it for years on the pro level.  It’s rare to get one in college, especially one that lives up to its billing. On Saturday night in Death Valley at Clemson Memorial Stadium, you got to witness one of... Read More
NCAAF 

Huskies mush to an easy win by dominating the trenches

When you think of the term “bully,” what usually comes to mind?  A person who takes advantage of a seemingly weaker individual, whether it be through self esteem or physical stature to make themselves feel more superior.  It’s fair to look at the Stanford Cardinal offensive line in that light, especially in Pac-12 North play.  They would beat up, step on... Read More
NCAAF 

Vols avoid another Gator bite as streak ends

It was the tail of two halves Saturday afternoon in Knoxville, Tennessee.  A Florida Gators team that has been surprisingly dominant up to this point against their opponents, winning by an average of 29 points.  All be it against FCS teams two of the three games where the closest game was against UMass, which was a 17-point win.  While the... Read More
NCAAF 

Greatness displayed in Louisville to headline Week 3

Saturday afternoon was a day where the Louisville Cardinals honored the “Greatest of all time” Muhammad Ali.  By the end of the day he would have had the biggest smile on his face.  Cardinals quarterback Lamar Jackson showed his greatness on the field leading the Cardinals to a 63-20 trouncing of the then #2 ranked Florida State Seminoles. Louisville fans and... Read More
NCAAF 

Spartans conquer Irish in South Bend

You never know what will happen in a rivalry game.  Four days prior to the game, both coaches are saying all the right things,  using all the PR tricks to explain to the media what they hope their respective teams hope to accomplish in the game. For the Irish, it was about the defense playing  well and getting quarterback Deshoun... Read More
NCAAF 

Despite fast start from Ole Miss, the Tide rally for the win

Optimism was at a high in Oxford Saturday afternoon for the Ole Miss Rebels to make a statement to the college football world, if they could somehow get a win of the Alabama Crimson Tide.  Why wouldn’t they be confident and optimistic?  After all, they are responsible for two of the three losses that Alabama has suffered in the last... Read More
NCAAF 

Vols get the checkered flag in the “Battle at Bristol”

A record crowd of over 156,000, witnessed the Tennessee Volunteers get the checkered flag in the “Battle at Bristol” on Saturday night.Coming into the game there was a lot of talk of whether or not the Vols were overrated.  After their disappointing showing against Appalachian State last week, would the real Volunteers show up at Bristol Motor Speedway?  The answer... Read More
NCAAF 

Shocker in Stillwater headlines Week 2 Review

It was another weekend of unpredictable football in the college ranks.  They aren’t any of the Top 25 games that the nation was treated to last week, but that doesn’t mean we didn’t get the unexpected, jaw-dropping surprises we tend to get when the day is over. Most notable was the game down in Stillwater between Central Michigan and Oklahoma... Read More
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