NCAAF 

Georgia couldn’t handle the Tide

The 2008 season was the last time the Crimson Tide was allowed in Athens. The way the game started, with Alabama jumping out to a 31 point halftime lead gives you a clear indication on why Georgia fans may relish the chance to play a big game against a team like Alabama. However, was Saturday served as a reminder as... Read More
NCAAF 

Irish come up a yard short in Death Valley

The last time the Notre Dame went into Death Valley, Joe Montana and Dwight Clark were n opposite sides of the field.  College Game Day wasn’t an idea and there weren’t any live nationally televised games. A Joe Montana led Irish team came from 10 down to win 21-17 on a Montana quarterback sneak with seven minutes to go in... Read More
NCAAF 

Bruins bruise Wildcats in the Desert

Unfazed by the big moment, bright lights or the unfriendly confines of Arizona Stadium, young Josh Rosen has once again proven that he is capable of leading this UCLA team to a Pac-12 Championship. He may have fallen victim to the pressure in his first night game against BYU last week, but showed some relentless poise in an even more... Read More
NCAAF 

No Mercy for Tigers in “Death Valley”

All you can do is hope when you come into “Death Valley” (Tiger Stadium) in LSU as the Bayou Bengals generally have no mercy for any team that enters, the same was true for the Auburn Tigers who haven’t won in “Death Valley” since 1999.  Considering the way Auburn beat up on LSU in 2014 to the tune of 41-7... Read More
NCAAF 

BYU ran out of Hail Mary’s against UCLA

Earlier this season, BYU had been saved by last second touchdown passes from freshman quarterback Tanner Mangum against both Nebraska and last week against Boise State.  This week his luck ran out. Two freshman quarterbacks on the big stage to lead their team to a victory and a battle of the unbeaten. 22-year Tanner Mangum of BYU, who spent two... Read More
NCAAF 

Stanford invades the Coliseum to take down the ‘Men of Troy’

It was heartbreak hotel for the Stanford Cardinals the way the game ended in their last meeting with USC, and even more so for quarterback Kevin Hogan.  Back-to-back sacks with the second resulting in a fumble recovered by USC to ice the victory when Stanford was in striking distance to tie the game.  So in his last game against USC... Read More
NCAAF 

Turnovers Stop the Tide in their tracks

Coker…Bateman…Coker…Bateman?  “Aaaahhhh!!!” Are what the fans in Tuscaloosa.  The frustration at quarterback mounts for the Tide.  It was a position of interest at the beginning of the season and it’s officially become an issue for Nick Saban.  Who will be the starter? Saban decided to go with the youngster from Utah, Cooper Bateman. He played solidly in the Tide’s first... Read More
NCAAF 

No Luck of the ‘Irish’ for the “Rambling Wreck”

With their starting quarterback going down in the third quarter of last week’s game against Virginia with a broken ankle, backup Deshone Kizer was able to come in and lift the Irish to a comeback victory with a last minute touchdown pass to receiver Will Fuller.  Head Coach Brian Kelly reiterates that Kizer fits the system and that is what they... Read More
NCAAF 

Watford shines as Hampton tops Howard in Nations Classic

The overriding theme in the last few Nations Football Classic games were the play of the winning team’s signal caller. That would continue, as yet again, a veteran quarterback would turn in a masterful performance. Only this time, it wasn’t Howard that would benefit from that stellar play. The Hampton Pirates have a graduate student at quarterback and he was... Read More
NCAAF 

Spartans get redemption against Ducks, 31-28

Whoever thought that going into Saturday night’s game against Michigan State Oregon’s offense was going to have the same effect that it had last season against the Spartans; you might have guessed right the was the Ducks opened up the game on their initial offensive possession taking the ball for 13 plays and over three minutes for a touchdown. Some... Read More
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