Gators get Vols again in “The Swamp” (Week 3 Breakdown)

Clemson vs Louisville In a “Black Out” crowd in Papa John’s Stadium there was hopes of revenge in the minds of the Louisville faithful and 2016 Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson was looking to avenge last years ending against division foe Clemson.  There may have been some new faces on the field for the Tigers, but it was the same... Read More

Preseason Top 25 Breakdown (16-25)

25.  Utah Utes You can always expect the Utes to ramp up the running game to run behind a powerful offensive line.  The passing will have question marks even with their returning quarterback Troy Williams, who will have to be better in the passing game if he wants to lead the Utes to possible chance at the Pac-12 championship game. ... Read More

Where have all the HBCU stars gone?

So I was on YouTube watching NFL highlights during my break at work from “Jsn Walker,” who has in-game footage of various legends like Deion Sanders, Rod Woodson and Steve McNair. While I was watching Steve McNair’s highlights, it reminded me of how good of a quarterback he was. Let’s take a look at the numbers: 31,304 passing yards, 174 passing touchdowns, 37... Read More

Weekend chaos shakes up the Playoff Rankings

It was a chaos filled weekend in college football; nothing like in in 31 years.  Not since 1985 where you had the teams ranked two through four drop from the unbeatesn in one afternoon/evening.  Clemson, Michigan and Washington all fell Saturday.  We knew there would be a shake up, but didn’t know how or who.  We had our assumptions and... Read More

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

Week 6 Recap: Dominance at the top with one upset to boot

It was another weekend of domination for the top teams in the nation. Still, some of the final scores were down right jaw dropping. Alabama was expected to outmuscle the Razorbacks and continue their run for a playoff bid.  The Buckeyes didn’t let up one bit after in their win over the Hoosiers. Despite Indiana’s resounding win against Michigan State... Read More

Looking back at Week 5 action

There was a Top 10 showdown that didn’t get much publicity as Clemson-Louisville and it wasn’t the surprising blowout of Washington over Stanford, but it was a typical matchup that you get in the Big 10.  Wisconsin was heading into the “Big House” in Ann Arbor to prove that the win against LSU in Week 1 and the win in... Read More

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

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

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
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