On December 3, 2017, the College Football Invitational* Committee met for the final time to decide the four teams that would be playing for its mythical title. Most agreed that three teams had already punched their ticket: Clemson, Georgia, and… Read More ›
In the second part of Quentin Tarantino’s revenge opus, we see a flashback of the pregnant Bride (Uma Thurman) rehearsing for her wedding. Her former boss Bill (David Carradine) — who trained the Bride to be one of his killers… Read More ›
Fresh off Auburn’s undefeated national championship game run, some pro scouts and general managers undoubtedly will developed an unhealthy (and financially destructive) man-crush on Auburn’s dual threat quarterback ahead of the 2011 NFL draft. Just because someone will ignore history… 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 ›
In thinking about the recent success of the Big 10 Network, generating already almost a quarter of a billion dollars in revenue in only its third year, I got to thinking about the future of television and what this means… 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).
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 ›