NCAAF 

College Football Top 4: Second Week

In a night where the state of the country was waiting on who will be our next President, college football fans watched to see the unveiling of the most recent rankings of teams and how the committee voted on who are the top 4 teams in the country. Doesn’t matter if you were voting Hillary or Donald, you know where... Read More
NCAAF 

Crimson Tide Roll to another Championship

Last night was a fitting end to a wacky college football season.  In a bowl season where the supposedly “quality”  bowl games ended up being blowouts, the two best teams in the country gave the nation a game to remember in the National Championship. You didn’t know who would pull out the win.  The game was being hyped like the... Read More
NCAAF 

Clemson or Alabama, who’s leaving a champion?

Since the College Football Playoff initial rankings first aired on November third, Clemson and Alabama seemed to be on a collision course to meet for the National Championship.  They’ve made it come to fruition through an inspired and unrelenting focus, moved by two different motivations. The Clemson Tigers are good, fast, quick striking and feeling quite disrespected.  The underdog card is the... Read More
NCAAF 

My Top 4 Rankings for this week

It is possible that the Big 12 could be shutout of the Top 4 spots this season in the rankings, not because the conference doesn’t have a Championship game, but because the top teams beat up on each other.  Oklahoma has been the most consistent of the Top 4 teams in the Big 12 (Baylor, TCU, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State).... 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 

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 

SEC Week 1 Preview

  It seemed like it would never get here, but here we are. The start of the college football season is always highly anticipated, and it’s just hours away now. But, this year because of the new College Football Playoff and other factors, the anticipation is even higher. That’s especially true in the SEC and it’s also true in Athens... Read More
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