Over/Under: Which Coaches Will Be Back In 2010?

As the college football season winds to an end, so will the employment for some coaches. A couple of coaches have already been sent packing so here is the over/under percentage for a few coaches that I think are on the hot seat. Charlie Weis – Notre Dame I think a lot of people including Weis see […]

Notre Dame’s Golden Boy Gets His Eye Blacked

There are three characteristics to a complete meltdown in South Bend, Indiana. 1) The Fighting Irish losing more than 2 games. CHECK!2) Paying the “genius” head coach tons of money only to realize that he’s not really a genius. CHECK! 3) Your star quarterback gets sucker punched during a night out on the town. CHECK, […]

Tennessee’s Janzen Jackson Cleared Of All Charges

One of the three University of Tennessee players arrested for attempted armed robbery has been cleared of all charges. Janzen Jackson, as well as alleged getaway driver, Marie Montmarquet, have been cleared of attempted aggravated armed robbery charges. Prosecutors announced this morning they had dropped charges against Jackson and the woman accused of acting as a […]

Jim Leavitt Uses Bloodshed To Fire Up His Players

Let’s just say that USF coach Jim Leavitt is somewhat of a character. Not because of his looks, though I can understand if you wanna go that route, but because of his antics.  Those antics lead to this picture of Leavitt bloodied up at his post game press conference after USF’s victory over Louisville. From […]

Your College Football Previewrooski: Week 12

Had a great week of picks and as usual, I was correct on my “game of the week” and “upset special” picks. Not too many good games this week because most of the rivalry games are next week. Record 188-36 Game Of The Week #25 California Golden Bears VS #17 Stanford Cardinals Thomas Decoud is ready! The […]

Ann Bowden Has A Few Words For You Regarding Her Husband.

If you’ve been following the saga that is going on at Florida State these days, you know that things aren’t exactly peachy keen in Tallahassee. For those of you who have been living under a rock, or could care less about a FSU program that has been irrelevant for almost a decade, here’s a quick […]

Why Your Coach Would Go To Notre Dame: Paul Johnson Edition

Ok, let’s all just agree that Charlie Weis is gone after the season. Now that the easy part is out of the way, let’s talk about his successor. And the fear that your school’s head coach may be that guy. Yes. He could be that guy. If he couldn’t, why are journalist compelled to give reasons […]

The BCS Has Its New Fall Guy

In life, timing is everything. With the college football season nearing its end making way for the annual bashing of who should get the nod for the BCS title game, the time is ripe to bring in someone to absorb the bashing. Enter the new BCS executive director fall guy, Bill Hancock. If your memory serves […]

Practice-Gate Lives On At Michigan, No Workout Logs Kept

With every passing day, things get even rougher for poor Rich Rodriguez. The man’s heart is being ripped out of him on the field and off it. There’s only so much crying a man can do. But the hits just keep coming.  And the tears probably will keep shedding. And to make matters worse, the […]

College Football Week Eleven: What We Learned

* Image via Football Jesus Las Vegas Paul Rhoads has Iowa State bowl eligible in his first year. Rhoads has done a great job getting this team to a bowl in his first year. And to think, these were the same players Gene Chizik couldn’t win with. If Chizik can get the Auburn job without going […]

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