“We know the SEC’s a supernova in terms of college football supremacy with seven national championships since the 2006 season and a Godzilla-sized recruiting stronghold over the rest of the country, but a closer look reveals a genetically-enhanced monster more… Read More ›
Why the B1G Ten Isn’t Likely to Do Well in the Bowls (Again) and Why That Might Not Mean What You Think
There are few certainties in life. You must pay your taxes. You will of course die one day. And it’s December, so the B1G Ten is about to get pummeled in bowl games (FA-LA-LA-LA-LA, LA, LA LA LA). And I… Read More ›
Ahead of the release of the first BCS poll (is it “Broken Cash Scheme” or “Bowl Conspiracy Series”–I digress), I decided to tackle the issue of polling, the single most controversial system for determining a champion in all of sports…. Read More ›
While this logo has the ring of truth to it, my guess is that the Big 12 lite probably goes in a different direction. Years from now, this last two weeks will be remembered as the moment that everything changed… Read More ›
The SWC disbanded after the WAC raided their conference ultimately forming college football’s first super-conference. They say that those who can not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. Let’s hope Delaney and the boys were not ditching second period… 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).