Top Teams Tumble As Wild Weekend Concludes

Posted on October 15th 2017

Four heavily favored Top 25 teams, Clemson, Washington, Washington State and San Diego State all fell from the ranks of the undefeated over the weekend while SEC heavy weights Alabama and Georgia continued on in their quest for an unbeaten match in the conference championship game. Around the nation: Miami (Fla.) squeaked by Georgia Tech… Read more »

Defensive Woes Doom Sooner’s Season

Posted on October 8th 2017

We should have seen it coming, this shocking Sooner loss, but we were all blinded by the spectacular defensive performance over Ohio State earlier in the season. Barely escaping a loss to Baylor two weeks ago showed the chink in the Sooner’s Armour and Iowa State took notice. The Cyclones exploited a very weak Oklahoma… Read more »

Georgia Demolishes Tennessee 41-0

Posted on October 1st 2017

All of a sudden Georgia is looking like more than just the SEC East Division front runner. It appears the Dawgs have their sites set on a National Championship after rolling into Rocky Top and humiliating the Volunteers 41-0. It was the worst home loss for Tennessee since October 21, 1905 when Vanderbilt whipped the… Read more »

Baylor puts a Scare into Sooners In 49-41 Waco Shootout

Posted on September 24th 2017

We have heard the expression millions of times…..”on any given day”, and the Baylor Bears almost proved it to be true Saturday night in Waco as heavily favored Oklahoma barely escaped a huge upset loss. Oklahoma’s defense, that two short weeks ago stifled Ohio State, struggled to stop Baylor on third downs all night long…. Read more »

Trojans outlast Longhorns in 27-24 Overtime Thriller

Posted on September 17th 2017

Texas had a chance to win it all in regulation, but heroics from a freshman kicker saved the day for USC, not once, but twice. Trailing 17-14 with time expiring, walk on kicker Chase McGrath kicked a field goal to tie the game 17-17 and force overtime. But he wasn’t done. In the second overtime… Read more »

Oklahoma Dominance of Ohio State Propels Sooners to # 1

Posted on September 10th 2017

A near flawless Baker Mayfield led Oklahoma to a stunning 31-16 upset of Ohio State Saturday night in Columbus. It was a magical night for the Sooners offensively and defensively, as Oklahoma dominated both sides on the line of scrimmage against the previously # 2 ranked Buckeyes. The win on the road, coupled with a… Read more »

Aggie Meltdown or Destiny for Rosen?

Posted on September 4th 2017

There are plenty of headlines coming from the Labor Day weekend games, with Tennessee/Georgia Tech still to come, but perhaps none greater than the amazing comeback staged by UCLA on Sunday night. In many circles it will be recounted as a Texas A&M meltdown, in others, a game of destiny for Josh Rosen, either way,… Read more »

Opening Weekend Will Speak Loudly In December

Posted on August 31st 2017

Well, truth is, we know it’s not really opening weekend. 5 games have already been played. But still, it has the feel of opening weekend. August 26 was just a technical appetizer. The games of Labor Day weekend will have a long lasting effect on the 2017 season for sure. With Alabama/Florida State, Michigan/Florida, BYU/LSU,… Read more »

Colorado State Steam Rolls Oregon State 58-27

Posted on August 27th 2017

Colorado State christened their new stadium in style Saturday as the Rams ran over the Pac 12’s Beavers 58-27. The first half was a back and forth tug of war, but Colorado State took control in the third quarter and never looked back. The Rams head to Denver Friday night to battle arch rival Colorado…. Read more »

College Football Gets Early Start

Posted on August 14th 2017

Hold on to your hats folks…..It’s almost here! College Football season opens in a mere 12 days. Although Labor Day Weekend holds the spotlight for big games, the actual 2017 season opens Saturday August 26th with 5 games on tap, including a pivotal non-conference match between hosting Colorado State of the Mountain West Conference and visiting… Read more »