Bobby Petrino New Louisville Coach

The past is repeating itself in Kentucky.  The University of Louisville announced today that Bobby Petrino would return as head coach of the football team. With the departure of Charlie Continue Reading →

Welcome Back College Football

We’ve waited nearly 8 months for this day: the start of the 2013 college football season!! It is a glorious day with two premier teams starting us off.  First up Continue Reading →

Welcome Back College Football

Well my fellow football fans the time is finally here!!!  Our first Saturday football of the 2012 season, and what a day of games it will be. We’ve already seen Continue Reading →

Sandusky Found Guilty

After a nine-day trial, and 21 hours of deliberation, a jury in Pennsylvania has found former Penn State assistant football coast Jerry Sandusky guilty of 45 of the 48 child Continue Reading →

Joe Paterno Passes at 85

Two months after being relieved of his head coaching duties at Penn State University, Joe Paterno died at the age of 85 from complications of lung cancer.  His family announced Continue Reading →

Alabama Rolls to Number 1

In the biggest game of the season, defense reigned supreme…just as it had when Alabama and LSU fought back in November.  This time though, the outcome was very different.  You Continue Reading →

Robert Griffin III Wins Heisman

> After a late season push propelled him into the Heisman conversation, Robert Griffin III became the first player from Baylor University to win the coveted trophy.  The Bears QB Continue Reading →

Erickson, Neuheisel Out

  This was not a good weekend to be a PAC-12 football coach.  After some pretty poor results in their respective rivalry games, both Dennis Erickson and Rick Neuheisel were Continue Reading →

>Joe Paterno Out At Penn State

> It has just been revealed by the PSU Board of Trustees that head football coach Joe Paterno and university president Graham Spanier have been let go effective immediately.  This Continue Reading →

>Pac-12 Remains Pac-12…For Now

> Tuesday evening, the presidents of the universities of the Pac-12 decided to stand pat at 12.  Well for now at least.  I think we all know that Texas, Oklahoma, Continue Reading →