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For the third time in four years, the Alabama Crimson Tide are once again the BCS National Champions in college football. In a clear rout, the Crimson Tide cruised to a 42-14 victory over the previously undefeated Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Though I sincerely believe the Pac-12 doesn’t get nearly the respect they deserve in … Continue reading
> Well…guess we should have seen this coming. After declaring Reggie Bush ineligible for the 2004 football season, it comes as no surprise that the Bowl Championship Series committee officially stripped USC of the 2004 BCS National Championship. With USC’s appeal to the NCAA denied last week, the BCS committee took what looks to be … Continue reading
>After over a week of speculation, and two high-profile letdowns, the Michigan Wolverines finally have a head football coach. Former Michigan assistant, and most recently, San Diego State head coach Brady Hoke will be taking over the reigns of the troubled program. After the Michigan job was turned down this morning by LSU’s Les Miles, … Continue reading
>They came in with the hype of Cam Newton. And left with the BCS National Championship.
> After an amazing performance this season, and a great Orange Bowl performance, Andrew Luck has made the decision to return to Stanford for his junior season. Luck made it quite clear that though the NFL was tempting, his desire to complete his architectural design degree was more of a pull for him. A lot … Continue reading
> Whoohoo!!! Its almost that lovely time of year again where colleges fight for pride all over the country. I love bowl games. Though I’m not a huge fan of the BCS system, I will admit that uniqueness of the bowl games definitely adds something to college football’s top division. Its an amazing opportunity for … Continue reading