I don’t know why it has taken me so long to address this topic since I’ve been an outspoken critic of the BcS almost since its inception. After doing hours of research reading dozens of articles, I have integrated the… Read More ›
I’ll admit it; the possibility of conference expansion is a full blown obsession for me at this point. After maligning the Big 10 and the Pac 10 for thoughts of expansion and a conference championship game money grab, I’ve moved through my own twelve step recovery plan that included denial (the Big 10 will stick with tradition), to acceptance (this thing is going to happen) to a fanatical detachment from reality (Texas is joining the Big Ten as part of a 16 team super-conference) to anger (time to beat a dead horse in the form of a little green leprechaun), to a return full circle to plausible deniability (my spell checker says that this is not a word, but I don’t believe her).
March 19, 2010. A liberal friend of mine once suggested that the difference between liberals and conservatives is that “conservatives stubbornly refuse to change with the times, clinging to ideas that once made sense a century ago.” While this is… Read More ›
In 2009, Texas drove 78 yards down the field to beat Ohio State 24-21 with 16 seconds left. Next time they play could be for the conference championship. February 18, 2010. This can’t happen, right? And I’m not talking about… Read More ›
February 10, 2010. What do men with money want? More money. And there is plenty of it in college football, though the greedy fat cats that run the various conferences are busy trying to figure out how to ring a… Read More ›
Yesterday was the recruting Super Bowl if you will. Some call it National Signing Day. Others call it National Letter of Intent Day. I just call it a sad commentary on the state of the American society (which is why I… Read More ›