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Hey Herbie, Bowl Games are Exhibitions

By now, everyone has seen Kirk Herbstreit’s absolute meltdown upon learning that Northern Illinois had cracked the BCS code and was ruining the sanctity of the bowl selection process. As usual, ESPN overreacted and became part of the story. The … Continue reading

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Muschamp is Gators Real Super Sophomore

Earlier this year, I made the case that Jeff Driskel needed to join the amazing second-year quarterback legacy at Florida for the Gators to have a great season. I’ll have more on this in a moment, but the real second-year … Continue reading

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Sorry But Gators Are Not Championship Material

Stop it. Just stop. Twitter was quite the spectacle on Saturday and then again on Sunday. During and shortly after the Gators hideous defeat win over an average I-AA team, Gators fans were expressing anger and frustration with the regression … Continue reading

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Playoffs? We’re Talking Playoffs? No Chance

Chris Petersen is right. The BCS absolutely needs to be blown up. We share his disgust and outrage. College football claims to have the most important regular season in all of sports. Every game counts or so goes the mantra. … Continue reading

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The First and The Best

Ah, Championship Saturday.  Born of southern persuasion in 1992 on a cold, rainy afternoon at historic (dilapidated) Legion Field near SEC headquarters in Birmingham.  College football had experienced nothing like it:  A Saturday solely devoted to determining a conference champion, … Continue reading

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Ohio State – Home to Slow Football Players and an Ignorant President

The three days before Thanksgiving can be tough at work. You are trying to cram in all the work you’d normally do in five days into three (or two and a half in a lot of cases). At the same … Continue reading

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