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10 Years of BOWLJET

Ten years ago today, BOWLJET was  incorporated and a few months later we began sharing our passion for the college bowl experience with other fans.  In that time, there have been lots of changes, as conferences grew and shrunk,  uniforms become less traditional and bolder,  and technology changed everything from tickets, to how they [ . . read more . . ]

WEEK 7—ALL EYES ON BIG 12 THIS WEEK

A LOOK BACK AT WEEK SIX I still can’t come to terms with Oklahoma’s loss to Iowa State over the weekend.   The Sooners were a 30 point home favorite over the Cyclones.   The Sooners had beaten the Cyclones 18 straight times before falling 38-31 on Saturday.   Down 24-10, senior quarterback Kyle Kempt led the Cyclones to [ . . read more . . ]

Must Love Dawgs — My GameDay experience in Seattle

Spending most of my adult life in the Seattle area, I’ve attended many University of  Washington football games.  Before going last Saturday,  it had been a while — the last game I attended in Seattle was in 2011.   I have always liked  the setting — The open east end of the stadium overlooks Lake Washington and [ . . read more . . ]

WEEK 6—Pivotal games highlight ACC play

SEPTEMBER IN THE REARVIEW MIRROR The month of September has come and gone, leaving us with many intriguing questions that should be answered in October.   Most teams have reached the quarter pole of the season, with the exception of those teams effected by the hurricanes.   The month of October is filled with key big conference [ . . read more . . ]

WEEK 5—–Can Hokies and Cougars play spoilers?

A LOOK BACK AT WEEK FOUR I want to start with what I witnessed first hand in Nashville.   I honestly thought Vanderbilt would give Alabama a decent test on Saturday, but boy was I mistaking.   Alabama destroyed the Commodore’s in front of a sellout crown 59-0.   The Tide played a flawless game allowing Vanderbilt just three [ . . read more . . ]

WEEK 4—-All eyes on SEC this weekend

A LOOK BACK AT WEEK THREE Two teams really impressed me last weekend.   The first was Mississippi State’s dominance of LSU.   The Bulldogs dominated a sloppy Tiger bunch, in front of 60,000 cowbell ringing fans.   The 37-7 win moved the Bulldogs to 3-0.   It was only the second win in the last 18 games in this series.   [ . . read more . . ]

WEEK 3—-Can Clemson stop Lamar Jackson

A LOOK BACK AT WEEK TWO For the second week in a row, it was a hurricane that dominated news throughout the college football world.   Irma smacked the state of Florida, forcing the cancellation of five games.   Four top 25 teams, Florida State, Miami of Florida, South Florida and Florida all had games canceled.   Irma has already [ . . read more . . ]