Kevin Sumlin Entering Second Season Coaching Texas A&M Aggies With Plenty on His Plate

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Any college football coach has plenty of pressure on his shoulders every day of their coaching life. With Kevin Sumlin, coach of the Texas A&M Aggies, there is a coach who is in the most football-obsessed place in the world […]

Texas A&M Aggies Schedule for 2013 Season the Best Gift a Team Could Ask For

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  If Johnny Football is going to have a sophomore slump, it’s going to be at College Station. If Kevin Sumlin‘s team is going to experience a step back from their great 2012 season, it will be against a lighter […]

Jadeveon Clowney Needs to Be on the Field in 2013

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  One of the more talked about stories in college football since the 2012 season ended has been the status of Jadeveon Clowney. The South Carolina Gamecocks‘ defensive end is not yet eligible for the NFL draft, needing one more […]

Teams That Came up Short of a College Football Three-Peat

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Winning three straight national titles is a task that has proven next to impossible in college football. The fact that recruiting is constant and you only get players for four years at the most makes a three-peat seem that much […]

Three-Peats in College Football History

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  A three-peat in college football is tantamount to finding the holy grail. Well, technically that’s not true because nobody has ever found the holy grail, but a college football three-peat has happened before. The question now is whether it […]

Replacing Denard Robinson in Ann Arbor

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  Last night I wrote about my memories of Denard Robinson as the quarterback of the Michigan Wolverines. In closing that article, I mentioned how time moves on. Well, that’s now what I’m doing, as with any player’s exit from […]

The Manti Te’o Hoax is a Tragicomedy of the Highest Caliber

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The Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines tragicomedy as “a drama or a situation blending tragic and comic elements.” In my opinion, nothing could better describe the Manti Te’o hoax and the national freaking out that has gone along with it. This […]

Memories of a Man Named “Shoelace”

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  He earned his nickname before he got to Ann Arbor, but Denard Robinson‘s moniker of “Shoelace” will surely live on in the football history of the Michigan Wolverines. Robinson is one of the men who won’t be coming back […]

Alabama Crimson Tide Vs. LSU Tigers: The New Ten Year War?

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Most of the general public seems to be sick and tired of the SEC in college football. Teams from the conference have dominated the polls and have monopolized the national championship to the tune of a still-active streak of seven […]

Charlie Strong is the Kind of Coach that College Football Needs

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  When Charlie Strong signed an eight-year extension to remain coach of the Louisville Cardinals, it did my heart as a sports fan good to hear it. This isn’t because I enjoy college football more than pro football (I do) […]

The Wisconsin Badgers and Their Search for a Quarterback

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  In the game of football, the quarterback is the most watched, reviewed, and important position on the field. He is not only the leader of the offense, but the leader of the team, even though he doesn’t play every […]

Nick Saban’s Place in College Football History (As of Now)

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  The statue is warranted. He has vindicated his increasing greatness. And now it is time for people to begin using Nick Saban‘s name among the best coaches to ever coach college football. After coaching the Alabama Crimson Tide to […]