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Georgia fans sacrifice to follow the Dawgs

  By Whitney Rivers Vaught During the school week, my life consists of two things:  I work to avoid being broke and I study for school to avoid failing.  However, once Saturday rolls around, my life consists of one thing and one thing only:  Georgia Football. It does not matter if the Dawgs are playing between the hedges or on the [ . . read more . . ]

Hawkeye offense sports new looks for old look Penn State

By John Thompson This Saturday, the 3-1 Iowa Hawkeyes come off of a bye week and travel to the Happy Valley to kick off Big Ten play against the 4-1 Penn State Nittany Lions. Head Coach Kirk Ferentz owns a 6-2 all-time record against Penn State and legendary head coach Joe Paterno.  With a new look offense led by one of the top [ . . read more . . ]

At Iowa, not all the athletes have a bye this weekend

Members of The University of Iowa Hawkeye football team may have the weekend to rest, but that does not necessarily apply to other Hawkeye athletes.  The University of Iowa has 44 club sport teams for students that allow students to continue participating in the activities they love. Many of athletes on those teams are not on a bye [ . . read more . . ]

Didn’t we almost have it all?

  I could’ve done it, I have tickets for the Brewers and tickets for the Badgers.  If everything goes right, it would be possible catch Gameday, hit Miller Park and make it back to Camp Randall for kickoff. It would be exhausting, but it is possible. But I’m not doing it, I’m not even trying. I’ll be at home with son, watching [ . . read more . . ]

Should Saturdays be this good?

This Saturday features several exceptional match-ups. Texas A&M vs. Arkansas at Cowboys Stadium – The last game between the two before A&M joins the SEC, and most likely plays Arkansas every season.  The winner will be sitting pretty. Clemson at Virginia Tech – Many people thought Virginia Tech would be undefeated for this [ . . read more . . ]

The Badger State is Brewing!

This could this be the greatest weekend in Badger State sports history. There are two National League playoff games for baseball fans, Packer football in Green Bay, and of course, a historic college football showdown in Madison. The weekend starts early Saturday when ESPN Gameday is broadcast from Madison. Bascom Hill, an amazing setting [ . . read more . . ]