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An Accidental Suggestion with Unintended Consequences

During the College Football National Championship, referee Mike Defee suggested something to Alabama's captain that could cause many future dilemmas

At the beginning of overtime in the National Championship game the other night, something occurred that has stuck in my mind way longer than I thought it would. You may not have noticed unless you were neurotically focused on details like me. Even if you did go back and watch the replay, you can miss […]

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Navy Football and the Maginot Line

After the dreadful stalemate of World War I, the French government was determined to prevent another invasion by Germany over their common border. They proceeded to construct the Maginot Line, a series of fortifications and obstacles that they felt would be impenetrable. So as war became more and more likely in the late 1930s, the […]

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Fixing The College Football Playoff... Again

The current playoff system was a step in the right direction and now needs improvement

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The Great Unknown

Which unknown prospects will surprise us in the NFL Draft?

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If Hindsight’s 20/20, Shut Your Eyes

Ohio State fans are simply disgusted after their team got pummeled by Clemson 31-0 in the College Football Playoff Semifinal. The defeat was arguably Buckeye Nation’s most disheartening defeat since the January 2007 BCS National Championship loss to the Urban Meyer-led Florida Gators, 41-14. So much so that some fans, like myself, are employing a […]

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Subjective Standards

It’s easy enough these days to assume that everything we hear in the media is bullshit that sometimes when someone tells us the truth it blows right by us. Listen to this quote: “It was determined that Washington was the more talented team.” That’s College Football Playoff Committee Chairman Kirby Hocutt, describing the rationale for […]

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From Boys to Heisman

With the Heisman finalists recently announced and the December 10th trophy announcement rapidly approaching, there’s no better time to break down the five candidates. With three quarterbacks, a wide receiver, and a linebacker/safety, the Heisman race this year has an interesting field. I took a deeper dive into the five finalists and who I think […]

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The Potential Committee Controversy

It’s been two full seasons since college football moved away from using the BCS system to determine post-season bowl games and the national championship matchup. So far, college football has behaved itself within the four-team playoff format. To date, arguably the only true drama surrounding a team chosen by the selection committee came during the […]

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Who's Out?

A never too early college football playoff discussion

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Where Does LSU Go From Here?

A coaching vacancy needs to be filled

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