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Steelers’ James Harrison: If I Can’t Headhunt, I’m Taking My Ball and Going Home

Published on: 20th October, 2010

Early Wednesday, James Harrison speculated that if he isn’t allowed to hurt people professionally, he may not want to get paid to play football at all. Okay, maybe those weren’t Harrison’s exact words.  But that was the gist of Harrison’s threat to retire in the midst of being fined $75,000 for ...

Syracuse Orange Football: It’s Time For the Fans to Jump Back on the Bandwagon

Published on: 13th October, 2010

With the clock ticking down towards zero this past Saturday in Tampa, Fla., when the players from both sidelines began to trickle out onto the field—half with joyous smiles and the other half looking sullen—the excitement, for this Syracuse native, was overwhelming. My heart was racing and the edges of ...

NCAA May Allow Losing Teams in Bowl Games: Soon Everyone Will Get a Trophy

Published on: 23rd September, 2010

They say that money is the root of all evil, and as it turns out, it may the root of some pretty terrible football in the future as well. It’s hard not to be disappointed with the NCAA after finding out that they may allow losing teams to participate in ...

Virginia Tech Falls to James Madison, Which Is Fine With Frank Beamer (Satire)

Published on: 12th September, 2010

Blacksburg, Va. – To the untrained eye, it may have appeared to be nothing short of disaster; a national power like Virginia Tech losing to an FCS program like James Madison. It seemed so catastrophic. You’d never know that looking around the Tech locker room after the game though. Players sat ...

Big East Power Rankings Week 2: Pittsburgh Is Still the Team To Beat

Published on: 12th September, 2010

1) Pitt The Panthers’ drop from the top 25 after their week one loss to Utah was nothing short of insanity. An overtime loss to the Utes, on their home field no less, is nothing to get bent out of shape over, but somehow the college football world has already ...

West Virginia Avoids Being Trampled By The Herd: What Did We Learn?

Published on: 11th September, 2010

It looked like an impending disaster. Down 21-6 early in the fourth quarter, to Marshall of all the teams; for the Mountaineers, it must have felt like receiving a beating from a younger brother.  Not to mention, it looked like yet another embarrassment for the Big East in the early weeks of the ...

Syracuse Orange Week One: What Did We Learn in the Annihilation of Akron?

Published on: 5th September, 2010

Saturday September, 4th, 2010. Make a mental note, jot it down somewhere that will last forever, or go find a newspaper and clip out the sports page; Orange fans are going to want to remember this date. An era has officially ended-- an era in which reasonable fans had to admit that their ...

Syracuse Orange Defense Will Bring the Pain: A Look at the Two-Deep

Published on: 28th August, 2010

It’s probably been about five years since a Syracuse Orange football fan could take a glance at the depth-chart before the season and say with a straight face, “These guys should be pretty good.” Although it was Greg Robinson’s supposed area of expertise, the unit continually got worse under his guidance. ...

NFL Preseason 2010: St. Louis Rams Top Storylines

Published on: 26th August, 2010

Make no mistake about it, the St. Louis Rams are facing a lengthy, brutal looking project that likely won’t be bearing any fruit for at least a couple more years. The groundbreaking has only just taken place, with the hiring of Steve Spagnuolo and the drafting of quarterback Sam Bradford. Just like ...

Big East Football: Ranking the Playmakers by Fantasy Value

Published on: 22nd August, 2010

  Quarterbacks: 1) Zach Collaros, Cincinnati: He only started four games last season while Tony Pike was injured, but he put up absolutely ridiculous numbers. Despite the limited action, he finished 7th in the Big East in total yards last year by hurting teams with both his arm and his legs. 2) B.J. ...

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