Tag Archives: NCAA Football

  • 90-Year-Old Cheerleader Does The Splits (Video)

    90-Year-Old Cheerleader Does The Splits (Video)

    When I think of a 90-year-old woman, I usually envision a wrinkly lady making her way around the supermarket while pushing her walker at a snail’s pace.  This may be the typical lifestyle for most senior ladies, but not for those still involved in the college football scene. Rather than push around their strollers and […]

  • NCAA Football Weekly Locks: Week 7

    NCAA Football Weekly Locks: Week 7

    It wasn’t a very good week for us, as Auburn and Arkansas didn’t put up quite as many points as we had initially expected.  As for the Hokies, they were able to come away with a win, but a late surge from the Hurricanes prevented them from covering the spread.  Thankfully, LSU came though for […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Bitter Rivals

    Picture Of The Day: Bitter Rivals

    As far as the above Facebook conversation goes, I’d say the Wolverines won that round, but the big question is who will come out on top when Michigan travels to Spartan Stadium to take on Michigan State in a highly anticipated Big Ten matchup. The Spartans may have home-field advantage, but I have to go […]

  • Lane Stadium + Enter Sandman = Win

    Lane Stadium + Enter Sandman = Win

    An incredible scene unfolded at Lane Stadium on Saturday during the final seconds of Virginia Tech’s 38-35 victory over Miami, as the fans worked themselves up into a frenzy when Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” began to play on the stadium speakers during a Hurricanes timeout with five seconds remaining, and once again when the final whistle […]

  • LaMichael James’ Suffers Gruesome Elbow Injury (Video)

    LaMichael James’ Suffers Gruesome Elbow Injury (Video)

    LaMichael James and the Oregon Ducks entered this 2011 NCAA football season with high hopes, as many people expected them to return to the National Championship Game, while James was believed to be a strong candidate to take home the Heisman Trophy.  However, six weeks into the season things have not gone exactly as planned. […]

  • Denard Robinson’s Twitter Was Hacked By His Ex (Pic)

    Denard Robinson’s Twitter Was Hacked By His Ex (Pic)

    Denard Robinson has done a great job running away from opposing defenders thus far this season, but one thing the Michigan Wolverines’ quarterback couldn’t run away from was his angry ex-girlfriend. Robinson joined Twitter only a few weeks back, but it appears as though he has already had enough of it after a female claiming […]

  • Andrew Luck Makes An Incredible One-Handed Grab (Video)

    Andrew Luck Makes An Incredible One-Handed Grab (Video)

    Andrew Luck has already asserted himself as one of the top college quarterbacks in the nation, but during Saturday night’s game against the UCLA Bruins, he was looking to make a name for himself as one of the nation’s top wide receivers as well. While we won’t be so quick to place him ahead of […]

  • Illinois’ Jonathan Brown Knees Opponent In The Groin (Video)

    Illinois’ Jonathan Brown Knees Opponent In The Groin (Video)

    With the game tied and Northwestern driving down the field late in the first half, Illinois’ Jonathan Brown had the right idea when he decided to look around and see if anyone was watching before he kneed Patrick Ward in the groin.  The only problem was that he was not only being watched by the […]

  • NCAA Football Weekly Locks: Week 5

    NCAA Football Weekly Locks: Week 5

    LSU is quickly becoming our favorite team to bet on, as they continue to win and cover the spread in the process.  As for Clemson, their victory over Florida State showed that they are a force to be reckoned with in the ACC.  Unfortunately for us, Oklahoma was unable to make a statement against Missouri, […]

  • Stat Line Of The Night — 9/29/11 — Ray Graham

    Stat Line Of The Night — 9/29/11 — Ray Graham

    The South Florida Bulls are the ones who entered last night’s Big East matchup with the dangerous rushing attack, but in front of a raucous Thursday night home crowd it would be the Pitt Panthers establishing their ground game, led by their junior running back, Ray Graham. Graham torched the Bulls defense to the tune […]

  • Young Miami U Fan Takes Down A Funnel (Video)

    Young Miami U Fan Takes Down A Funnel (Video)

    At Michigan and LSU, they let the old ladies do the binge drinking.  At the University of Miami, they leave that job to the children. Now before you think about calling child services on these tailgating parents, we should probably inform you that the beverage responsible for getting this kid all riled up was not […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Still Too Young

    Picture Of The Day: Still Too Young

    Like everyone other man in the world, these three boys appear to have a crush on Erin Andrews.  However, if any of these boys are going to get their shot at the gorgeous ESPN sideline reporter, they are going to have to wait. The boy on the right should be able to get at Erin […]

  • Missed PAT Called Good, Somehow Upheld After Review (Video)

    Missed PAT Called Good, Somehow Upheld After Review (Video)

    Instant replay has been added to the game of football in an attempt to help eliminate the numerous amounts of blown calls by officials that seemingly take place during every game.  But can instant replay really be trusted to eliminate all blown calls?  What happens when the referees that made the mistake on the field […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Maybe He Shouldn’t Have Said That

    Picture Of The Day: Maybe He Shouldn’t Have Said That

    Here is a suggestion for the coaches at the University of Virginia.  From now on, when the media wants to speak with your players following a game, you may want someone from your public relations team doing the talking for them.  That should help prevent any of your players, including Marquis Weeks, from confessing to […]

  • NCAA Football Weekly Locks: Week 4

    NCAA Football Weekly Locks: Week 4

    Michigan State disappointed last week as they were on the wrong end of Notre Dame’s much-anticipated ‘breakout game.’  Thankfully, we had both Oklahoma and Stanford to cover in Saturday’s evening slate.  That resulted in us coming out on top for the second week in a row to open the season.  This week’s NCAA schedule has […]