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College Football: The 11 Best 11s Final Edition And Bowl Review

Published on: 9th January, 2010

The argumenative nature of the college football game lends itself to never ending discussions regarding who is the true national champion. Boise State won 14 games this season and lost none. The closest margin of victory was seven points, over undefeated Texas Christian in the Fiesta Bowl. Without a playoff system, there ...

Alabama Beats Texas To Win First Ever BCS National Title

Published on: 8th January, 2010

Congratulations to the Alabama Crimson Tide who won their first ever BCS National Championship by defeating Texas, 37-21. The team from Tuscaloosa easily disposed of the Longhorns, who were left struggling after going down by 18 points at halftime. Except for a short period in the second half, the game was never ...

College Football: The 11 Best Best 11s, January Edition

Published on: 4th January, 2010

Numerous Alabama and Texas fans have experienced anticipating a big showdown between their titantic programs. The most famous clash, prior to the upcoming battle in Pasadena, was the 1964 season Orange Bowl. Behind the arm of the incredible Joe Namath (see pictured), the top-ranked Crimson Tide eagerly looked forward to the showdown, and fans of ...

The End of the Year and Decade Awards in College Football

Published on: 28th December, 2009

The end of the 2009 year in college football demands a consensus regarding several important achievements. The end of the first decade of the 21st Century requires a deep look into the past 10 seasons with a review of noteable milestones and accomplishments on the gridiron. Many great performers left it all ...

College Football: Baby’s Losers Of The 2009 Season Bowls

Published on: 15th December, 2009

The college football Bowls function as a reward for the players, schools, students, and fans. The Bowl season is rich in history and provides an entertaining comparison of various conference performances.. Too often, the Bowls avoid placing teams in the appropriate situation to measure comparative strength and weakness of any one ...

The 11 Best 11s: College Football’s Final Regular Season Edition

Published on: 6th December, 2009

The 11 best 11s is a reflective ranking system based upon the performances of the previous week. Due to the highly volatile nature of college football, rankings may vary from one week to the next. However, this edition will take the entire season into consideration.                               The 11 Best 11s Ranking This Week                         Ranking Last Week 1. ...

College Football: Will Mike Leach Be The New Coach At Louisville?

Published on: 2nd December, 2009

Impossible! And so rains down the chorus of sound from the knowledgeable and informed fans of college football. But, stranger things have happened. At this point the decision appears to be whether to bring former quarterback Jeff Brohm home or to go after a well established coach with outstanding credentials. Rumors ...

College Football: Baby’s Losers for the First Week of December

Published on: 30th November, 2009

The first week of December provides the opportunity to watch numerous championship games while jockeying for bowl position continues at a high level. Baby's Losers 1. The Civil War: Oregon State @ Oregon There are some games that are always full of adventure, excitement, and surprises. The Civil War is one such game, ...

College Football’s 11 Best 11s For December: The SEC Rules The ACC

Published on: 29th November, 2009

During the final week of the regular season each season, arch-rivals in the two conferences who define southern sports meet to settle their differences. The two leagues are the Southeastern Conference and the Atlantic Coast Conference, SEC and ACC to friends and foes alike. Arrogant and powerful, each conference considers itself head and shoulders ...

Why Didn’t Alabama and Auburn Play Football Against Each Other for 40 Years?

Published on: 28th November, 2009

It does seem difficult to believe but, it is true. Alabama and Auburn went 40 years without playing their annual rivalry game. The most obvious question should be "Why" but, the more interesting details may surround "Who" as in who was responsible for ending and then recreating the ...

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