NCAAF 

MSU’s Michael Geiger kicks Ohio State out of Playoff contention

Michigan State had the game against Ohio State marked on their calendar all season has the most important game for them if they wanted to be considered for playoff contention.  Both teams had a good chance of being undefeated when they met and if it wasn’t for an unfortunate missed call against Nebraska, Michigan State would have been undefeated. Even... Read More
NCAAF 

Sooners keep Playoff hopes alive by eliminating Baylor

In the last two seasons the Baylor Bears had flipped the script on what use to be a one side affair when they went up against the Oklahoma Sooners.  Virtually embarrassing the Sooners going up and down the field at will, and winning three times in the last four years. In 2013, the Bears racked up 459 total yards with... Read More
NCAAF 

My College Football Playoff Top Four: Week 11

It’s pretty much a forgone conclusion that the Playoff rankings will get shook up from week to week.  Teams don’t need to panic.  Just take care your business and everything will pan out.  TCU and Michigan State have pretty much taken themselves out of the running both teams losing this weekend.  Unless the improbable happens, which basically means the teams... Read More
NCAAF 

Fournette bottled up, and Tide rolls on to a win

LSU running back Leonard Fournette has been the dominant force on the LSU Tigers offense and the main staple to their success this season.  Fournette has been the front-runner for the Heisman Trophy up to this point in the season.  There have been comparisons to Herschel Walker, the 1981 Heisman Trophy winner.  Fournette has averaged over 191 yards per game... Read More
NCAAF 

My College Football Playoff Rankings: Week 10

It’s year number two for the College Football Playoffs and last was a huge success overall and especially for the University of Ohio State. The Buckeyes seeded fourth and dominated in the semifinal game against No. 1 seed and Alabama and against No. 2 seeded Oregon and Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota in the National Championship game. In the previous BCS... Read More
NCAAF 

Kyle Allen threw away a win for the Aggies

Two out of the last three seasons the A&M Aggies have played the Crimson Tide very tough.  Of course those were the days of Johnny Manzel.  Manzel led the Aggies to a shocker in Tuscaloosa in 2012 which led to his Heisman Trophy.  In 2013 he connected with Mike Evans for over 200 yards passing and they only loss by... Read More
NCAAF 

Miracle at Michigan…2015

Every so often get one of those, “where were you” moment in time.  Michigan football has been around for over 100 years and the program is the winningest program in college football history. Their stadium is one of the oldest and biggest in college football, if not all of football, pro and college.  So it is fair to say that... Read More
NCAAF Terps 

Rumors prove true, Edsall era over in College Park

Enough is enough in College Park, after days of rumors and speculation, the University of Maryland decided to part ways with football head coach Randy Edsall Sunday after the Terrapins’ loss Saturday to the Ohio State Buckeyes. Their third straight loss by at least 21 points, the team fought hard for much of the game before the top ranked Buckeyes created... Read More
NCAAF 

Wisconsin’s Best “Edge” Prospect Dominates vs Iowa

Joe Schobert is making the absolute most of his Senior year in Madison. A former walk-on from Waukesha, Schobert currently leads the nation in sacks and tackles for loss; an unforeseen event for even most diehard Badger fans. The reserved roommate of the more emotional Badger EDGE prospect Vince Biegel, Schobert is no longer an under the radar prospect. Four... Read More
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