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When Fans Go Too Far: M*ch*g*n and Devin Gardner

A big part of what makes college football so special is the passion of those connected to it: the players, the coaches, the band, the fans, etc.   This passion and the intensity of emotions that it causes is what makes college football so great, it causes players to play harder and make spectacular plays that […]

tBBC Pick 'Em: Week Five

OK, I’m starting to feel a little nauseated. This pick ‘em thing is not working out like I planned. I’m losing. Of course I expected to win. Who expects to lose other than the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? Let’s recap our last week of picks, which was two weeks ago. Took a week off to attend […]

tBBC's Preview: San Diego State University Aztecs

Introduction After more or less taking care of business in the season/home opener against University of Buffalo last week, the Buckeyes again play host, this time to the San Diego State University (SDSU) Aztecs. Last year’s Aztec team finishes a respectable 9-4 (7-1 Mountain West Conference) and had a strong finish to their season, winning […]

In Defense of College Football

Last Tuesday, College Football fans were treated to a mid-dearth-season debate on College Football. Unfortunately the debate wasn’t about playoffs, nor about preseason polls, nor even about which conference was the best. No, the debate was about whether or not College Football should continue to be allowed to play at all. This all seems a […]

Is It Time To Ban Silver Bullet Points? That's Debatable

May’s second midweek madness gets existential. The big story of the day was the “discussion” about the future of our favorite sport- more on that after the jump. Buckeye 411 Sandman. Freak of Nature.  The guys at CBS Sports have taken a look across the college football landscape, and identified the physical specimen that we […]

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