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Ranking the SEC bowl games

Bowl season officially kicks off this weekend as college football looks to provide its final act of the 2012-2013 season through a collection of 35 bowl games.  Alabama will be looking to stretch the SEC’s run of consecutive national championships to seven when they take on top ranked Notre Dame in the Discover BCS National [ . . read more . . ]

Only one BCS bid for the SEC this season

The Southeastern Conference (SEC) is widely regarded as the best college football conference. Currently, five of the top 10, six of the top 12 and three of the top four rated teams in the BCS standings hail from the SEC. Additionally, teams from the SEC have won seven consecutive BCS National Championship Games. Plus two teams from the [ . . read more . . ]

Outstanding Games – – What to watch this weekend

Purdue 3-5 at Iowa 4-5    The Big 10 has eight spots to fill in the post season.   As of this writing, only four teams have become bowl eligible.   At 3-5, Purdue will need to run the table to get to the required 6-6.   The Boilers have struggled, losing the last five contests due to a porous defense that has allowed 38 [ . . read more . . ]

Calling Baton Rouge – A weekend at LSU

When it came to Saturday’s game against Alabama, some LSU were thinking revenge. Revenge for last season’s loss to Alabama in the BCS National Championship Game. Revenge for Alabama being coached by Nick Saban who had previously been the coach at LSU. Even if fans weren’t seeking revenge, a common feeling was that last [ . . read more . . ]

Checkerboards Everywhere in Knoxville

College football stadiums are known for being unique. Boise State has the blue field; Notre Dame has its diagonal end zone stripes; Tennessee has its orange and white checkerboard end zone. The checkerboard endzone has become synonymous with Neyland Stadium. It was listed No. 1 on Bleacher Report’s “Top 15 College Football [ . . read more . . ]

Wish that I knew about ole Rocky Top

All college football teams have infamous fight songs that are adored by that school’s fans and hated by opposing teams everywhere.  Some are deep-rooted in history with the school, and others are famous for having a great tune and unforgettable lyrics.  Then there are a few that are famous for being hated.   The consensus by fans, [ . . read more . . ]