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College Football Playoffs – Week 12 Committee Rankings

Posted on 25 Nov, 2015, by in College Football

The face of the four teams going into the playoffs if the season ended now has changed following the results of week 12, as the College Football Playoff Committee kept Clemson and Alabama at number one and number two, only to be joined by one-loss Oklahoma (number three) and undefeated Iowa (number four) while the surging Michigan State and falling Notre Dame are left looking on the outside. More

18 Most Played Games of the 2015 Rivalry Weekend

Posted on 24 Nov, 2015, by in College Football, Featured

The most crucial week in a college football season comes around Thanksgiving – Rivalry week, with games steeped with hatred and history played side by side. From the Iron Bowl between Alabama and Auburn in the SEC to the Big Ten’s Michigan vs Ohio State, also known as The Game, here are the most played of these rivalries heading into the 2015 version of hate week. More

LSU Tigers Rumors – Les Miles is Probably on his Way Out

Posted on 24 Nov, 2015, by in College Football

A fourth consecutive season of not being close to a national title might mean it’s over for Les Miles as the head coach of LSU, as there seems to be a strong movement among boosters, fans and the university heads, some of them who don’t see eye to eye with Miles, to move on in a new direction. More

Los Angeles Clippers Fan Makes Great Song About Epic Collapses

Posted on 22 Nov, 2015, by in Miscellaneous, NBA

Being a Los Angeles Clippers fan isn’t easy, even with a team stacked with talent like it is right now. Epic collapse after epic collapse are hard to take, so Matt Johnson decided to vent and let it out by writing and posting a hilarious song about the situation on YouTube. More

2015 Season – Two Undefeateds Left, Rankings Earthquake Next

Posted on 22 Nov, 2015, by in College Football

The dust settles from the damage week 12 caused to some major contenders, as we’re left with just two undefeated teams: Iowa in the Big Ten and Clemson in the ACC, while Ohio State, Oklahoma State and Houston lose for the first time this season, and as a result the rankings will be shaken up quite thoroughly. More

2015 College Football Season – Week 12 Scores & Standings

Posted on 22 Nov, 2015, by in College Football

A big weekend with Clemson, Alabama, Notre Dame and Iowa doing their job to stay on course, while Ohio State fall at home against Michigan State, Oklahoma State lose at home to Baylor and Oklahoma survive a scare against TCU but lose their starting quarterback, putting a lot of things on the line as we head into rivalry week. More

College Football Schedule – Big Ten vs SEC is an Excellent Idea

Posted on 19 Nov, 2015, by in College Football

In the search of making sure strength of schedule doesn’t harm your playoff chances or rankings by the College Football Playoff committee, Bert Bielema, the Arkansas head coach, is offering a college basketball like idea which pits the SEC against the Big Ten on an annual basis, to help with the issue of finding FBS teams to schedule for a non conference game. More

Fallout 4 Release Makes People Watch Less Porn (For a Little While)

Posted on 18 Nov, 2015, by in Miscellaneous

When highly anticipated video games get released there’s a wave of sick days being announced around offices and entire IT departments shut down. Turns out, that the first day and night of Bethesda’s Fallout 4 coming out resulted in a lot less porn being watched for a limited time. More

2015 College Football Season – Week 11 Playoff Rankings

Posted on 18 Nov, 2015, by in College Football

Nothing changes in the high places of the College Football Playoff rankings following the events of week 11, with Clemson, Alabama, Ohio State and Notre Dame Occupying the top in that order, while Iowa complete the top 5. Oklahoma State and Oklahoma are just behind as the Big 12 representatives, waiting for a chance to get in after someone drops the ball. More

Houston Texans Rumors – Bill O’Brien Might be Looking to Leave & Join Maryland

Posted on 16 Nov, 2015, by in College Football, NFL

The Houston Texans underachieving and his ruined relationship with general manager Rick Smith might lead Bill O’Brien to being fired or leaving the job anyway, with his sights set on the Maryland football team, which means a return to college football. More