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You really should see these girls from the SEC. This Thursday, March 8th, schools from around the SEC face off against ea…
As we start the beginning of the college football bowl season, the movement of college football teams to different conferences last has become one of the hot topics around the sport. Many college football analysts have predicted that we might end up having four or five super-mega conferences instead of the current number of eleven. As many are on the fence about this subject, here are the top five reasons why Super-Mega College Conferences would be a good thing for college football.
For the legion of Tim Tebow maniacs/supporters out there, this is probably not the post for you. In this trip into Tim Tebow haterdom, we will take an honest look into the top five reasons why people would possibly hate Denver Broncos quarterback and all-world human being, Tim Tebow. Some of the reasons might be obvious, some might be petty, and some might challenge the basis of reality. So, sit back and relax and enjoy the top five reasons why people hate Tim Tebow.
Last month, we featured the all-time hottest girls of the SEC in preparation for Playboy's Girls of the SEC pictorial that we thought would hit in the October issue. Hef went flip mode on us and pushed it back to the November issue, which is now available on newsstands. Anyway, we embedded a poll in that post asking you which SEC school had the hottest girls. Check out the results along with info on the Playboy's Girls of the SEC 2011 after the jump.
What could be more awesome than watching #1 Oklahoma battle #5 Florida State on ABC's Saturday Night College Football Game of the Week?... WATCHING IT WASTED!?!?!? Thanks to the Brent Musburger Drinking Game, getting sloshed while watching the big game has never been so easy. Just turn on the game, wait for Brent to over-use one of his many tiresome catch phrases and throw back a cold one or seventeen. It's just that simple, Pardner.
Notre Dame vs Michigan was one of the best college football game ever and COED was there with Quinn, the AXE Mannequin. We’ve still got a lot of items to check off our Ultimate College Football Bucket List... To get you psyched for the game, we've put together a cheerleader showdown between the Oklahoma Sooners and the Florida State Seminoles. Click through the gallery after the jump and vote for your favorite!!
Every year, Playboy publishes a pictorial featuring the hottest girls of a given conference. In 2010, they showcased the Girls of the PAC-10 and the year before that it was the ACC. This year, it's the SEC's turn. The fine females of (arguably) the top football conference have been featured five times in the past - 1981, 1989, 1994, 2001, and 2007. Now, with the crazy hot coeds of the October 2011 issue hitting newsstands and mailboxes in the coming weeks, we've put together galleries of SEC girls broken out by school to settle the score once and for all, WHICH SEC SCHOOL HAS THE HOTTEST GIRLS? See all the girls' pics, vote in our poll then let us know which girl's the hottest in the comments section.
In today's edition of Wrap It Up, the lead singer of Warrant passed away, Brooke Hogan posed nude for a PETA ad, Affion Crockett is really good at impersonating rappers, Lindsay Lohan did a bloody photo shoot (that's not British profanity), Rosie Jones did a Pepsi Max commercial, Teen Mom "star" Gary Shirley went on an 11-hour stripper bender, and much more. Check out the sh*t we should've published after the jump.
Ohio State? USC? Florida? The answer might surprise you. After Auburn finished the season undefeated (for the second time since 2000) and won the BCS National Championship, many asked where this team stands amongst the best of the past 10 years. Auburn's conference, the SEC, has been consistently hailed as the best in D-1, yet they don't have any schools among the top five with the best winning percentages since 2000. Of the top 25 programs of the last 11 years, five are from the ACC, four are from the Big 10, four are from the Big 12 and four are from the SEC, according to ESPN.com. So who ARE the top college football programs from 2000-2010? Check out the chart after the jump!