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Updated Bowl Projections October 24, 2011

Every week we compile bowl projections from several sources and provide a summary for you. There are many changes in the bowl projections this week, after Oklahoma was upset by Texas Tech.  All of the experts have the SEC Champion playing for in the BCS National Championship Game, but all have that team facing a different opponent, [ . . read more . . ]

Temporary Fans – A bye week solution

By Whitney Rivers Vaught Bye Week.  The one week of the season every college fan dreads. It is the one week we don’t wake up early Saturday, don our jerseys, and settle in for gameday. This year a few friends found a solution to make it through bye week. We decided not to reflect on our bye week and instead show our support for [ . . read more . . ]

A game even the honey badger cares about

 Even the honey badger don’t want to go to East Lansing, but the Big Ten schedule makers don’t give a sh**.   For the second year in a row, the Wisconsin Badgers travel to East Lansing to face the Michigan State Spartans in showdown between the 2010 Big Ten Co-Champions. For the Wisconsin Badgers, East Lansing has been where [ . . read more . . ]

Latest Bowl Projections – October 17, 2011

Every week, we print bowl projections from  leading college football writers and websites. There are some amazing similarities among the choices for BCS bowl game selections.  Among the five BCS bowl games, the only difference is which team will be playing Oklahoma State in the Fiesta Bowl.  Other than that, the only other consensus [ . . read more . . ]

Iowa City visitors see pink

 By Kathleen Arens  Visitors who come to The University of Iowa usually are swarmed with large crowds of Hawkeye fans wearing the school colors of black and gold.  However, many fans are unaware that the Hawkeyes visiting team is seeing pink.  The opponent really is seeing pink.  The one thing that’s not black and gold in Iowa [ . . read more . . ]

Bigger games this Saturday

There are several great games this Saturday.  No matter which conference you follow, there are must-see games. Early Michigan at Michigan State  – Outstanding rivalry.  Check out our blog post on this game. Baylor at Texas A&M – For bragging rights, and position in the Big XII race.  RG3 could elevate his Heismann [ . . read more . . ]

A new favorite in the SEC East

By Whitney Rivers Vaught While the weather is beginning to cool, the SEC East Division race is starting to heat up.  Georgia and defending division    champion South Carolina are tied for first in the race and Florida is just a game behind.  The favorite to win the race may have changed when South Carolina’s starting quarterback, [ . . read more . . ]

Big A$$ Weekend in Iowa City

     By John J. Thompson Having trouble waking up at 6 a.m. to tailgate for Hawkeye games?  That won’t be a problem this Saturday as kickoff is scheduled for 6 p.m. for the game against the Northwestern Wildcats.  Fans are looking forward to the chance to tailgate in the afternoon rather than waking up early in the morning before [ . . read more . . ]

The maturation of a quarterback

 By Christopher Lusk The pressure of a being the starting quarterback is immense at any school. It’s even tougher when following in the footsteps of the ACC Player of the Year and winningest quarterback in school history. That is what Virginia Tech sophomore quarterback Logan Thomas faced when replacing Tyrod Taylor, who is now [ . . read more . . ]