Tag Archives: NCAA Football

  • Stat Line Of The Night — 9/22/11 — Zach Collaros

    Stat Line Of The Night — 9/22/11 — Zach Collaros

    After falling to the North Carolina State Wolfpack last season, the Cincinnati Bearcats were looking to exact some revenge and overcome their non-conference daemons in the process during a nationally televised Thursday night home game.  Their senior quarterback, Zach Collaros, also had an opportunity to show the nation what he is capable of, and he […]

  • Grandma Shotguns Beer At Michigan Football Game (Video)

    Grandma Shotguns Beer At Michigan Football Game (Video)

    Between the years 1900 and 1950, the Michigan Wolverines won ten NCAA National Championship titles.  I believe these two old ladies in the video below were alive for all of those championships, and while the Wolverines may have lost it over the past half-century – they have won only one National Championship since – these […]

  • NCAA Football Weekly Locks: Week 3

    NCAA Football Weekly Locks: Week 3

    We got off to a good start in our first week, with Alabama and Michigan coming through for us.  Mississippi State’s inability to punch the ball in from the goal line on the final play of their game against Auburn prevented us from going a perfect 3-0, but a 2-1 start isn’t all that bad.  […]

  • SMU’s Blake McJunkin Shields An Opponent’s Unprotected Head (Video)

    SMU’s Blake McJunkin Shields An Opponent’s Unprotected Head (Video)

    In the game of football, players often find themselves doing everything in their power to inflict pain on their opposition.  We see this time and time again as defensive backs drive their helmets into defenseless receivers and giant defensive linemen drive unsuspecting quarterbacks into the ground. But for every 100 times we see one of […]

  • NCAA Football Weekly Locks: Week 2

    NCAA Football Weekly Locks: Week 2

    Welcome to our first annual “NCAA Football Weekly Locks” post for the 2011 NCAA Football season.  We decided to take week one off so that we could get a look at all of the teams and gain a better idea of what to expect heading into week two.  We believe the extra week off has […]

  • Here Are Two Great Catches From This Weekend’s Football Action (Videos)

    Here Are Two Great Catches From This Weekend’s Football Action (Videos)

    Along with some “Labor Day classics” in the Canadian Football League, this weekend also marked the beginning of the NCAA football season.  That meant there were plenty of incredible plays taking place on the gridiron, including a highlight reel catch from each of the two leagues. The first came during a CFL Labour Day classic […]

  • USF Lineman Danous Estenor Lifted A Car To Save A Man’s Life

    USF Lineman Danous Estenor Lifted A Car To Save A Man’s Life

    Danous Estenor hasn’t made many headlines on the football field during his time at the University of South Florida, but he is making headlines off it.  Lately that hasn’t been a good thing for college football players, but in this instance it couldn’t have been any better. Although the incident happened back in February, details […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Big Enough Screen For You JoePa?

    Picture Of The Day: Big Enough Screen For You JoePa?

    At the age of 84, it is no secret that Joe Paterno is an awfully old man, but is he too old to be coaching?  I figured if anyone could still do it at that age, it was Paterno, but perhaps it is time for the old man to step down form his head coaching […]

  • Picture Of The Day: The Buckeyes Have New Helmet Stickers

    Picture Of The Day: The Buckeyes Have New Helmet Stickers

    Get a car donated to you?  That’s a sticker.  Receive $500 for signing an autograph for a booster?  That’s a sticker.  Sell your Big Ten Championship ring?  There’s a sticker for that too! I’m sure they are still giving away stickers for big hits and great plays, but with the way things have gone at […]

  • Steve Spurrier Faked His Arrest To Prove A Point (Video)

    Steve Spurrier Faked His Arrest To Prove A Point (Video)

    Following Friday’s team practice, South Carolina Gamecocks coach Steve Spurier wanted to prove a point that just because defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, the nation’s top-ranked prospect from the 2011 recruiting class, was handcuffed and detained Friday morning by Columbia police officers, it does not mean he did anything wrong. Clowney matched the description of a […]