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Ole Miss beat Alabama

Ole Miss Over Alabama – Changing the SEC

Posted on 5 Oct, 2014, by in Football

The dominance of the SEC has never been about parity. But maybe that’s changing. Ole Miss beat Alabama 23-17, ending with Blake Sims throwing an interception while Bo Wallace managed not to ruin anything for the Rebels, ending a long drought in this rivalry and perhaps providing the school with its biggest win in a generation. More


College Football – Only Ten Undefeated Teams Left

Posted on 5 Oct, 2014, by in Featured, Football

The first weekend of College Football in October completely changed the outlook of the rankings and what the playoffs will be like according to the current situation, as only ten teams in the nation remain undefeated: Three in the SEC (Auburn, Ole Miss, Mississippi State), two in the ACC (Florida State, Georgia Tech), two in the Big 12 (Baylor, TCU), one in the Pac-12 (Arizona), Notre Dame among the Independents and Marshall from Conference USA. More

Christian Ponder Meme

34 Best Memes of Christian Ponder & Minnesota Vikings Destroyed by the Green Bay Packers

Posted on 3 Oct, 2014, by in Football

Most of the people watching the Minnesota Vikings and Christian Ponder getting demolished by the Green Bay Pakcers were probably feeling sorry for the quarterback at some point, but for those who make memes, it was more of a relishing in the agony and pain moment, stretching on for an entire game. More

Arizona beat Oregon

Arizona Over Oregon: Officials Help Shake the Pac-12 Up

Posted on 3 Oct, 2014, by in Football

Maybe even without the officials helping out, Arizona would have come out of Autzen Stadium with a win. However, their 31-24 victory over Oregon didn’t feel quite right with two terrible calls on their big winning drive, highlighted by a unsportsmanlike conduct on Tony Washington, meant that the Wildcats play spoilers to the Ducks’ ambitions a second year in a row. More

Packers beat Vikings

Green Bay Packers – Christian Ponder Takes One Hell of a Beating

Posted on 3 Oct, 2014, by in Football

The quest to win in Lambeau Field was doomed the moment Teddy Bridgewater was out for the game. Christian Ponder started, and maybe wrote his last chapter in the book of Minnesota Vikings quarterbacks, taking a pummeling while Aaron Rodgers led the Green Bay Packers to another breezy win over a division rival, coming away with a 42-10 victory. More

Arizona vs Oregon

College Football – Arizona vs Oregon Predictions

Posted on 2 Oct, 2014, by in Football

Two of the three undefeated teams in the Pac-12 will go head to head as Arizona take on Oregon, hoping to recreate their upset from last season, and on the way derailing another national title bid for the Ducks. More

Vikings vs Packers

NFL – Vikings vs Packers Predictions

Posted on 2 Oct, 2014, by in Football

Surprisingly, the Minnesota Vikings and the Green Bay Packers head into their first head to head this season with an identical record (2-2). Aaron Rodgers is coming off an incredible performance against another division rival, while Teddy Bridgewater has suddenly given hope to a team that was preparing for a very depressing season. More

Bill Burr

Bill Burr Jokes on Conan About Women Trying to Ruin the NFL

Posted on 2 Oct, 2014, by in Football

Not everyone loves the humor Bill Burr uses to get a laugh, but it’s often hard to ignore him. He goes into overdrive during football season, and talked quite a lot about NFL subjects during his talk with Conan O’Brien on Conan, suggesting (humorously of course) that women are trying to destroy the NFL. More

Chicago Bears Defense

NFL Rumors – Chicago Bears Planning on Using the Blitz a Lot More

Posted on 1 Oct, 2014, by in Football

After their debacle in a heavy home defeat to their biggest rivals, the Chicago Bears find themselves once again in a situation in which their defense is questioned, and the call for their head coach to start using a more aggressive pass rush package beginning from now. More

College Football Playoff

College Football Playoffs – Conference Strength Doesn’t Matter

Posted on 1 Oct, 2014, by in Football

The deeper we go into the 2014 College Football season, the more we’re worried that the new playoff format will be somehow messed up. Why? Because there are no clear guidelines to how the picks will be made. Polls will be taken into account? How much do numbers and strength of schedule make a difference? Does conference perceived strength come into play? More