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“It’s hard to rally around a math class.” — Bear Bryant, on football’s role on campus. Football can be classified as a game or sport. And in the South, it has been called a religion. Now, it has become a … Continue reading →
Updated Dec. 7 The most critical weekend of the 2014 college football season has arrived. The now-completed conference championship games and other key matchups will determine pairings for the new College Football Playoff (CFP).
Note: This post was updated Dec. 6 with Oregon’s victory over Arizona in the Pac 12 title game, and other key games of Dec. 6. The Thanksgiving weekend 2014 results are in, and the conference championship matchups are set. However, … Continue reading →
UPDATE, 11/28/14: Missouri defeats Arkansas, 21-14, becoming the 2014 SEC East champion. Thanksgiving turkey and trimmings will barely be digested before a frantic and crucial weekend of Southeastern Conference football will begin on Friday (Nov. 28, 2014). The developments:
Nothing has been simple as far as the Southeastern Conference football race in 2014. And that will hold through Thanksgiving weekend, the final regular season weekend for SEC teams. As many as three games — Arkansas at Missouri, Mississippi State … Continue reading →
It wasn’t that long ago in the Florida-Georgia rivalry that the cleats were on the other foot, so to speak. Under coaches Steve Spurrier, Ron Zook and Urban Meyer, the Gators dominated the Bulldogs from 1990-2010, winning all but three … Continue reading →
The above Vine video shows superstar entertainer Katy Perry in Oxford, Miss., after Saturday’s Ole Miss victory over Alabama. — You knew it was not going to be an ordinary football Saturday in Mississippi when it began with Katy Perry … Continue reading →