Arizona State Football: Stanford’s Dominance on Both Lines Was Difference Saturday

Stanford Cardinal Football, Pac 12 Football

In the only game between ranked teams in week four, Arizona State, ranked No.23 in the nation,  traveled to “The Farm” Saturday, coming short of a possible big-time comeback in the fourth quarter, losing to No. 5 Stanford 42-28  on Saturday. Arizona […]

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SEC Football: Auburn vs LSU Preview

LSU Football, SEC Football

When the Auburn Tigers and LSU Tigers tangled in the regular season during 2000-05, it usually meant the winner would represent the West division in the SEC Championship game. Approaching Saturday’s 2013 matchup, nobody expects a redecorated staff of Auburn on the heels of their first […]

Texas A&M Football: Aggies Defense Looking Like That Of A Big 12 Team

Texas A&M Aggies Football, NCAA Football

To categorize the Texas A&M Aggies‘ defense to start the 2013 season would be pretty basic; not quite up to par with most of the SEC, but definitely looks like a Big 12 defense after watching the team’s three games. The Texas A&M defense […]

Texas A&M Football: Mike Evans Showing His True Colors

Mike Evans, SEC Football

If Texas A&M Aggies wide receiver Mike Evans plays exactly like he did during this past weekend’s 49-42 loss to Alabama for the rest of the season, Texas A&M will most likely be unbeatable. The game between the two-time defending […]

South Carolina Hits A Bye Week At The Right Time

Steve Spurrier, South Carolina Football

The South Carolina Gamecocks came through with a 35-25 win over Vanderbilt Saturday, scoring on their first four possessions of the game. The Gamecock defense displayed absolute heart after Georgia compiled 536 yards the week before. Vanderbilt could only muster 268 total yards […]

SEC Football: North Texas vs Georgia Preview

Aaron Murray, SEC Football

Georgia may have the toughest four game sequence as any team when it comes to college football. The Bulldogs will have played three top 10 opponents in their first four weeks of the season. Georgia is even at 1-1 on the campaign, after […]

Ole Miss Football: The Rebels Can Now Set Their Sights on Alabama

Ole Miss Rebels Football, Alabama Crimson Tide Football

Mission not accomplished. Texas’ retooling of their defense with a different mind, had zero impact on Ole Miss’ read-option offense. The Rebels totaled 272 rushing yards with five different runners, throwing more smoke on a Texas run defense, which is third to […]

Tennessee Isn’t Facing a Similar Oregon Offense with Florida

Tennessee Football, Florida Football

Tennessee found out the hard way last weekend. As a combined group, they’re nowhere close to program respectability along the college football landscape and pose no sort of threat in the SEC East. This was after Tennessee got rocked by Oregon 59-14 in the […]

Mississippi State’s Dan Mullen May Face a Harsh Reality After Saturday

Dan Mullen, SEC Football

Those that believe that Mississippi State Bulldogs head coach Dan Mullen has no business walking the same line of Texas’ Mack Brown or USC head boss Lane Kiffin, you might want to back off that statement after yet another blunder for Bulldogs chances of a successful year in 2013 came […]

Arkansas Football: Injuries Not a Concern Now for Hogs

Otha Peters, Arkansas Razorback Football

The Arkansas Razorbacks will most likely have all hands on deck after tomorrow’s tilt with Southern Miss, approaching the team’s toughest stretch of their schedule starting with Rutgers next weekend. The Hogs are relieved to get back sophomore middle linebacker […]

Alabama-Texas A&M: Amari Cooper Spells Trouble for the Aggies Secondary

Alabama Football, Amari Cooper

The unveiling of the Alabama-Texas A&M game Saturday has unified college football goers, no matter their favorite team or conference affiliation, one day out of this year. This has given height to the beginning of this new great rivalry in the SEC. Alabama coach Nick Saban is […]