Three And Out: Week 11 College Football Reflections

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First Down: Every dawg has its day When the Alabama Crimson Tide went down on Saturday, one team that hasn’t been mentioned much in the BCS Championship race should’ve also been licking their chops. The Georgia Bulldogs should be getting more consideration to […]

BCS Rankings: Which Undefeated Team Has The Best Chance To Run The Table?

Kelly L. Cox-US PRESSWIRE

So, the machine that is the Alabama Crimson Tide lost, but I’m sure you know that; however, what we don’t know is how the new BCS rankings will look tonight. The debate about who should be No. 1 began immediately following the Tide’s […]

The Louisville Cardinals Prove The Critics Right

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Louisville Cardinals‘ ( 9-1, 4-1 Big East) head coach Charlie Strong emphasized playing with a chip on their shoulder the rest of the season, which was a great message, but the Syracuse Orange (5-5, 3-3 Big East) had other plans. […]

Bryan Harsin Shows Why The Texas Longhorns Need To Keep Him Around

Brett Davis-US PRESSWIRE

The Texas Longhorns (8-2, 5-2 Big 12) honored the memory of Darrell Royal on Saturday by taking down the Iowa State Cyclones  ( 5-5, 2-5 Big 12) with ease, 33-7. Longhorns’ quarterback David Ash shredded the Iowa State Secondary going 25-31, […]

Can The Texas Longhorns’ Defense Improve Against The Iowa State Cyclones?

Brett Davis-US PRSSWIRE

The Texas Longhorns‘ defense has been nowhere near the level that was expected by most before the season began and has easily kept the Horns out of the discussion of the Big 12 title race. However, last week, fans saw a glimmer of hope […]

The Louisville Cardinals Can See The Light, But Can’t Overlook The Syracuse Orange

Joshua Lindsey-US PRESSWIRE

Somehow, but not surprisingly, when people talk about the BCS Championship race between the four undefeated teams at the top, the Louisville Cardinals get little to no consideration. As the Cardinals sit at 9-0 (4-0), with the No. 9 ranking […]

Big 12 Football: Without Defense, The West Virginia Mountaineers Will Remain Mediocre

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The West Virginia Mountaineers‘ offense was unstoppable and playing at a top-notch level early in the season. No one could figure out how to stop the machine led by quarterback Geno Smith and his Heisman chances seemed like a lock. The questions […]

Big 12 Football: The Kansas State Wildcats Need To Exercise Caution

Scott Sewell-US PRESSWIRE

The Kansas State Wildcats are on a road no one expected them be traveling this season, the BCS Championship game is close, but K-State can’t afford to look too far ahead. With their next two games on the road against the […]

Big 12 Spotlight: Darrell Royal Dominated With The Wishbone

Brendan Maloney-US PRESSWIRE

Fans of the Texas Longhorns woke up to some somber news on Wednesday, when Darrell K. Royal passed away after his fight with Alzheimer’s. Royal was 88 and was full of the same life and wit that so many fell in love with until […]

The Oklahoma State Cowboys Have a Good Problem

Richard Rowe-US PRESSWIRE

We were told during the spring and fall camps the quarterback competition was neck and neck. Now, We are finding out the competition was neck, neck and neck. When Wes Lunt went down in the third game of the season, J.W. […]

SEC Football: The Texas A&M Aggies are Exceeding Expectations in Year One

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It may have puzzled some when the Texas A&M Aggies decided to take the road to the Southeastern Conference. While there had been those who said they would get slapped around, the Aggies never bought into the term “big boy” […]

Three And Out: Week 10 College Football Reflections

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First Down: The Control Theory The nation watched the Alabama Crimson Tide and LSU Tigers duke it out in prime-time Saturday night and despite being outplayed in every aspect of the game except special teams, the Tide, along with the […]