Tag Archive: BCS

Oct 12

College Football Rankings: New Teams Emerge at the Bottom of the Rankings

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There were no notable changes in the Week 7 AP poll, so there isn’t much to talk about in that regard. What will probably generate interest are all the new squads emerging at the bottom. P.J. Fleck’s team, the Western Michigan Broncos finally entered the Top 25, falling at number 24, which didn’t really upset …

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Sep 12

Week 2 – SJ Top 10 – How Do You Have Them Ranked?

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1. Alabama – No dispute here. They played amazing, even if they did play an over-ranked USC squad. Seems like everyone but the pollsters knew USC was a year away from being a highly ranked team. ‘Bama proced it. 2. Florida State – Not sure why people see Clemson at number two, but after watching …

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Mar 04

Rant Sports: Dallas Cowboys’ QB Options Aren’t as Plentiful as They Seem

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The buzz around the Dallas Cowboys’ QB situation has risen to an unhealthy level and will get worse as the 2016 NFL Draft draws near, especially considering they hold a top-five pick. Yes, Dallas needs to address the second signal caller slot on its depth chart, but the realistic options aren’t plentiful as you might …

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Dec 16

The Sports Bank.net: Bo Ryan retires Effective IMMEDIATELY

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We knew Wisconsin Badgers Coach Bo Ryan was going to be done with college basketball after this season. Then he left the door open to returning for next year and beyond. Turns out, he won’t be coaching anymore at all. You won’t even get to see him for Big Ten play in 2016.   http://forums.sportsjabber.net/sjforums/showthread.php?t=162516

Sep 10

Some of the Best Rivalries to Watch Out for This College Football Season

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One of the best parts of anyone’s college experience is when one of your sports teams takes on your biggest rivals. The crowd is always bigger, the energy more electric, the band more in sync, and the play even better than usual. While basketball, soccer, baseball, and other college sports certainly benefit from the boost …

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Apr 21

Geeking Football: NFL Mock Draft Update Rounds 1-3

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Time is ticking down on the 2015 NFL Draft. We have updated our three round mock draft with double digit changes. Below there is a taste… 1.5 Washington Redskins Leonard Williams, DL, USC 2.20 Philadelphia Eagles Laken Tomlinson, G, Duke 2.25 Carolina Panthers Ameer Abdullah, RB, Nebraska 3.7 Chicago Bears Brett Hundley, QB, UCLA Round …

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Apr 04

Breaking: Wisconsin beats Kentucky, ends their perfect season

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Sam Dekker hit a three over Willie Cauley-Stein with two minutes left to break a 60-all tie as the Wisconsin Badgers played the role of the ultimate spoiler, beating No. 1 and then-undefeated Kentucky, 71-64. Dekker was, again, terrific, finishing with 16 points after scoring 50 in the two games in Los Angeles last weekend. He …

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Apr 04

Geeking Football: NFL Mock Draft Update Three Rounds

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Of all the NFL Draft seasons that I have been doing a Mock Draft, this could be the latest that it has ever expanded to three rounds. Normally the third round is coming together around the time the scouting combine wraps up. A little late, may not be better than never…but it is here. It …

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Apr 04

Member Spotlight of the Month — NDSMC78

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*NDSMC78, thank you SO much for doing this interview! I could not find that we had ever done one on you!! You and I have several things in common… I, too, nearly never watch TV…(I only keep the TV for football season). I could also eat pasta nearly every day…as long as there was pizza …

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Mar 28

Jeff Pearlman: Macho Man

So this is sort of weird, but earlier today SI.com posted a profile of Randy (Macho Man) Savage by a writer named Justin Barrasso. And it was very well done, and is certainly worth your time. But as soon as I saw it I thought, “Um … what?” Because much of it concerns Savage’s early …

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