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BCS Championship Predictions: Why The Texas Longhorns Will Beat Alabama

Published on: 3rd November, 2009

As it stands now, Florida, Texas, and Alabama hold the top three spots in the BCS standings, and it doesn't seem like anything will change that until the forthcoming match up between Florida and Alabama in the SEC title game. Most have tabbed Florida the favorite in a game against Alabama, ...

With a 7-0 Record, Let’s Not Execute Greg Davis Just Yet

Published on: 25th October, 2009

Last weekend's 16-13 victory over Oklahoma was a good win for a Texas Longhorns team looking to stay unbeaten, but it was hardly the satisfying win they were looking for. Both teams combined for eight turnovers in what was a knock-down, drag-out Red River slug fest. The Texas offense sputtered all day ...

Death To The BCS: An Anglo-Saxon Boast

Published on: 20th October, 2009

My AP English class recently read the famed tale of Beowulf , the story of a Viking hero who rescues the Danes from the horrible wrath of the monster Grendel. After reading this epic piece of literature, our assignment was to compose a boast, or a rousing speech, in old Anglo-Saxon ...

Bleacher Creatures Debate the Red River Rivalry: Who’s Got Issues?

Published on: 14th October, 2009

In our second installment of "Bleacher Creatures Debate", Jett and I discuss which squad has the more significant problems heading in to this weekend's match up. Jett: Arguing who has the most issues is a moot point. OU definitely has more question marks going into the game.   But Texas has their fare share as ...

Bleacher Creatures Debate the Red River Rivalry: Who’s Better Defensively?

Published on: 13th October, 2009

This Saturday, the Texas Longhorns and the Oklahoma Sooners are set to square off in the 104th installment of the Red River Rivalry, held in the famed Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas. The Longhorns come in as serious national title contenders, while the Sooners look to right the ship and win a unprecedented fourth ...

And Then There Was One: Should Colt McCoy Be Worried?

Published on: 30th September, 2009

It was supposed to be one of the most heated Heisman races in college football history. Sam Bradford, Tim Tebow, and Colt McCoy came into the season with high expectations for not only their respective teams, but for themselves as well. Unfortunately, two of these three quarterbacks have been dealt significant blows ...

Getting Defensive: ‘Horns, Sooners Leaning On Defense Early On

Published on: 23rd September, 2009

Last season, the Texas Longhorns and the Oklahoma Sooners boasted two of the most explosive offenses in the nation. The Longhorns averaged 42 points and 475 yards of offense a game led by their Heisman-hopeful quarterback Colt McCoy.  McCoy completed an NCAA record 77% of his passes, sparking Texas' impressive run ...

Covering The Spread: Keys To Stopping The Red Raider Air Attack

Published on: 16th September, 2009

It may have been the most devestating play in Texas Longhorn history. When Texas Tech quarterback Grahm Harrell hooked up with star receiver Michael Crabtree for a touchdown with one second left to play in a thrilling battle of titans, the Longhorns' national title hopes suddenly looked dim. The Longhorns' Big 12 ...

Horns Roll Over Warhawks: Game Observations

Published on: 5th September, 2009

In their first outing of the season, the second ranked Texas Longhorns blasted the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks, 59-20, in front of a sellout crowd of over 100,000 fans. Offense Heisman hopeful Colt McCoy picked up right where he left off last season, going 21-29 for 317 yards and two touchdowns.  The Texas quarterback looked ...

Message For Mack: Devour Your Cupcakes

Published on: 4th September, 2009

It's rare that you see so many quality match-ups so early in a college football season, but that's exactly what we have to look forward to on Saturday. The Big 12 conference has its fingers in two of those huge games.  The third ranked Oklahoma Sooners take on the the No. 21 BYU Cougars in the Dallas ...

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