Last week, we followed our abysmal showing in Week 11 with a 3-7 record for our predictions. If we were fantasy football players we'd be color coded blue. Lots of close games in Week 12 with the upset special coming at the hands of Iowa State who took down #2 Oklahoma State. So, which match-ups should you tune into over the Thanksgiving break? There are a ton of rivalry games with division and conference title implications. Check out our suggestions and predictions along with pics of each squad's cheerleaders after the jump.
Last week, we went 3-6. It was only a matter of time before we took a digger. Mizzou flashed their old Big 12 dominance in shutting down the Longhorns, Illinois and Iowa disappointed in the upset department, but at least our prognostication of a bajillion points scored in the K-State / A&M game came through. The Penn State game was interesting, lot of emotions flowing through Happy Valley - luckily they played probably the nicest contingency in college football in Nebraska. They're like the Anti-Canes of the NCAA. So, which games should you watch / bet on this week? Check out our suggestions along with pics of each team's cheerleaders after the jump
Other than maybe soccer hooligans across the pond, I don't think you'll find a more rabid fan base than football's. While there are some real fervent and passionate peeps supporting the NFL, we think college football might be just a tad more spirited. College football fans live, eat, breathe, and sh*t their alma mater's program. But which programs have the largest pool of undying patrons? Check out our rankings - starting with #20 and counting up to #1 - after the jump then vote the school you think deserves the crown in our poll at the bottom of the article.
Last week... uh... wow... was not a good week for us. We went 3-6 with our predictions. The Sooners later'd the 'Noles, the Sun Devils couldn't fight off the Illini, the Buckeyes beat up the 'Canes, Notre Dame bounced back to upend the ranked Spartans, Texas crushed amidst rumors they're ditching the Big 12, and the Tigers upset the Tigers. So, which games will make headlines this week? Check out our suggestions below and let us know your thoughts in the comments.
We thought it would be hard to beat last weekend's Notre Dame vs. Michigan game at The Big House, but then we found ourselves at the Oklahoma-FSU game in Tallahassee for one of the best tailgate experiences we've seen to date. Leading up to the game, Quinn the AXE mannequin hit up ESPN College GameDay, met a few Doak Show Smoke Shows, second string Stergers, and crossed off more incredible AXE College Football Bucket List items. Check out pics and vids from the day after the jump.
Last week, we went 4-1 with our predictions. Every game we suggested you watch was a f***ing CLASSIC. One game we didn't highlight that was pretty awesome was ASU vs. Mizzour. The Sun Devils' new uniforms were BOSS. Michigan's comeback against the Irish was also very choice. We were there, BTW. The Bulldogs had a chance to top Auburn but couldn't convert, and the Gamecocks and Dawgs went down to the wire. The only anticlimactic contest was 'Bama vs. PSU. Can't win 'em all. So, which games will make headlines this week? Check out our suggestions then let us know your thoughts in the comments after the jump.
As we mentioned in our post on the Texas Thong-horns, this past offseason has been marred by controversy and scandal, moreso than any other season. Even with the heated debate over student-ath-o-leets reaching a fevered pitch, we're going out on a limb and guaranteeing those distractions will disappear once the pads start clashing. There are a TON of games on the schedule, so if you're lazy and don't have the time to sift through it all, you're in luck - we've done all the heavy lifting for you. Check out the 20 must-see games on the docket after the jump.
We're moving offices today, so I get the pleasure of working from home. One of the benefits from that arrangement is I get to watch CNN. Well, their developing story today is the report that this one dude Nevin Shapiro has come forward alleging he done some shady sh*t at the University of Miami and NO ONE stopped him for 8 years, implying that the coaches and administration knew about and chose not to step in. CNN's calling this the worst college sports scandal ever. Do you agree? Check out details of the Miami scandal along with other notable college sports scandals in our slideshow then vote in our poll after the jump.
Over the years there have been games you just knew would go down in history. Doug Flutie's Hail Mary to lead Boston College past the Miami Hurricanes in '84. The infamous Stanford-Cal game that saw the Golden Bears win with the help of the Cardinal band in '82. So, which games in recent history will be remembered in another 30 years as the best of the era?