Big Ten Bowl Projections 2017-18

Where will your favorite Big Ten team be spending the best week of the year? We’ve reviewed four of our favorite publications and their bowl projections, organized by school, follow. After the projections, we’ll offer some quick analysis Illinois Athlon Sports – Home for the Holidays Sporting News – Home for the Holidays [ . . read more . . ]

Pac-12 Bowl Projections 2017-18

Where will your favorite PAC-12 team be spending the best week of the year?  We’ve reviewed four of our favorite publications and their bowl projections, organized by school, follow.  After the projections, we’ll offer some analysis. Arizona Athlon Sports –Home for the Holidays Sporting News – Home for the [ . . read more . . ]

SEC Bowl Projections 2017-18

Where will you be spending the best week of the year?  We surveyed four of our favorite college football magazines and are sharing their projections. Afterward, we’ll have some analysis for the 2017-18 SEC college bowl season projections. Alabama Athlon Sports – Sugar Bowl vs. Washington (College Football Playoff) [ . . read more . . ]

Big 12 Bowl Projections 2017-18

Where will you be spending the best week of the year?  We surveyed four of our favorite college football magazines and are sharing their projections. Afterward, we’ll have some analysis for the 2017-18 Big 12 college bowl season. Baylor Athlon Sports – Texas Bowl vs. Arkansas  Phil Steele – Foster Farms [ . . read more . . ]

ACC Bowl Projections 2017-18

Where will your favorite ACC team be spending the best week of the year?  We’ve reviewed four of our favorite publications and their bowl projections, organized by school, follow.  After the projections, we’ll offer some analysis. Boston College Athlon Sports – Home for the Holidays Sporting News – [ . . read more . . ]

Touching em’ all, Omaha here we come!

Only sixteen teams left, fighting for the right to play in Omaha next weekend.   Super Regional play starts today at eight sites across the country.   Each series will be a best of three format.   Last weekend I correctly predicted 11 of the 16 Regional champions.   Below are my selections for Omaha. KENTUCKY 43-21 AT LOUISVILLE [ . . read more . . ]

Road to Omaha starts today, picks for each region

We are down to just 64 teams, fighting for the right to make the trip to Omaha.   Sixteen regions will start play, (four teams) in each region.   The winner of each region will advance to next weekends head to head matchups of the top remaining sixteen teams.   These games will be a best of three format.   Below are my fearless [ . . read more . . ]

SEC Baseball Tournament – The Final Report

SEMI-FINALS LSU 11 – SOUTH CAROLINA 0 Tiger shortstop Kramer Robertson belted a lead off home run to open the game, setting the stage for an easy victory over the Gamecocks.   Greg Deichmann provided additional power belting two home runs.   Deichmann and Robertson combined to score five runs and drive in five runs.   Jared [ . . read more . . ]

SEC Baseball Tournament, Day 4

FLORIDA 12 – MISSISSIPPI STATE 3 The top-seeded Florida Gators used an 11-Run eighth inning rally to defeat the Bulldogs.   The Bulldogs were on cruise control through seven innings behind Cole Gordon, who was baffling Gator hitters.   Gordon pitched a season high seven shutout innings, before leaving in the eighth.   The [ . . read more . . ]

SEC Baseball Tournament, Day 3

MISSISSIPPI STATE 4  – ARKANSAS 3 Brent Rooker doubled home Ryan Gridley in the top of the ninth to tie the score at 3-3 and the Bulldogs then drew a bases loaded walk to take the lead.   It was the 22nd time the Bulldogs used a late rally to win a game.   The Razorbacks had built a 3-0 lead, thanks in part to a two=run homer [ . . read more . . ]