Across the Web: Arkansas

We are indeed blessed  to be joined by the guys from SBN’s Arkansas Expats for the last edition of this year’s blogger exchange.  Check out our thoughts on their meticulous interrogation over here: 1) With all the suspension news in Columbus, what’s your take on the NCAA’s decision to let these guys play? Well, objectively […]

The Week That Were: 12.4.10

There’s no way that we can start this week’s post without wishing Happy Birthday to Coach Jim Tressel. Ironically, it’s also the day of the ninja; although I can’t imagine the silent assassins being as polite or methodical as Senior Sweatervest- how would you write “Dave” in kanji? While there were several significant games on […]

NCAA Reinstates Cam Newton

We’ve been pretty honest hereabouts with our frustrations regarding the NCAA; they make mountains out of molehills and vice versa. There’s a tendency to hold FCS, D2, and D3 schools more accountable than schools in the FBS, particularly the BCS schools; as the saying goes, follow the money. Most recently, this has been illuminated in […]

Silver Bullet Points Goes Lion Hunting

Short press conference today, including Coach Tressel being honored by the National Guard. Buckeye 411 Injury Report- Bell and Homan, locked and loaded for this weekend. Tress Talk– On Penn State’s focus Well, the thing that’s made Penn State good over the years is they’re so steady. They’re never going to be too high and […]

Silver Bullet Points is Better Late Than Never

As promised, updates from Tressel’s press conference and other college football news: Buckeye 411 Injury Report-Homan and Bell will be back for Penn State, as was reported earlier. Evenge is also progressing in his rehab. Speaking of Penn State- Today’s “