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In China, it is Better to Hit to Kill Than to Hit and Injure

Posted on 7 Sep, 2015, by in Miscellaneous

In China, if you run over someone with your car, you’re more likely to make sure you finished the job and killed that person than try to make sure the injured person gets medical treatment. More

Charlie Strong

College Football Rumors – Texas Longhorns Can’t be any Worse, Can They?

Posted on 7 Sep, 2015, by in College Football

The 38-3 loss by the Texas Longhorns against Notre Dame to start the 2015 season wasn’t too big of a surprise. It was just a sad continuation of the decline this massive program is going through, before and during the Charlie Strong tenure, and the biggest question has to be whether this is rock bottom or not? More

Kyle Allen

College Football – Upsets Won’t Shake Up Rankings Too Much

Posted on 6 Sep, 2015, by in College Football

The first weekend of the 2015 College Football season won’t give us a major shakeup to the preseason rankings, as the losses by Stanford, Arizona State and Wisconsin are all by teams outside the top 14, while favorites to contend for a playoff spot like TCU, Alabama, Baylor and Michigan State didn’t run in to any problems. More

BYU vs Utah

BYU vs Utah – Hate For Your Rivals Makes You do Weird Things

Posted on 6 Sep, 2015, by in College Football

There were thousands of fans from the state of Utah in attendance when BYU played Nebraska in Lincoln for the 2015 college football season opener. Among them was Chet Albanese, a Utah Utes fan, making the long way to Lincoln to make sure he sees the Cougars lose. More

Taysom Hill

College Football Rumors – BYU Cougars & Taysom Hill Can’t Catch a Break

Posted on 6 Sep, 2015, by in College Football

The BYU Cougars are going to be without Taysom Hill at quarterback for another season, this time not completing one full game before finding out it’s over for him in 2015. They did beat Nebraska on a hail mary from Tanner Mangum to Mitch Mathews, but that probably wasn’t too much of a consolation. More

Notre Dame beat Texas

College Football Rumors – Notre Dame Fighting Irish Reveal Just How Bad the Texas Longhorns Are

Posted on 6 Sep, 2015, by in College Football

It’s probably going to be another sad season for Charlie Strong and the Texas Longhorns, getting pummeled on the season’s opening weekend at South Bend by a relentless Notre Dame team, crushing the once proud program 38-3. More

Alabama Beat Wisconsin

College Football 2015 Season – Week 1 Scores & Standings

Posted on 6 Sep, 2015, by in College Football

The opening weekend of the 2015 college football season opens with three ranked teams losing: Wisconsin to Alabama in the AdvoCare Classic (not a surprise) and two less predictable results; Northwestern stunning Stanford and Texas A&M crushing Arizona State. National championship and playoff hopefuls like TCU, Baylor, Michigan State, Auburn and Oregon looked impressive enough considering the stage of the season and their weak opponents for the most part. More

Rafael Nadal

Rafael Nadal US Open Exit Consistent With His Awful Season

Posted on 5 Sep, 2015, by in Tennis

While there are still tournaments to play and points to be won after the final Grand Slam of the year, Rafael Nadal will look back at the 2015 tennis season and hardly find a single thing to feel good about following his third round exit against Fabio Fognini. More

TCU beat Minnesota

TCU Beat Minnesota – First Step Towards the College Football Playoff

Posted on 4 Sep, 2015, by in College Football

There’s something obligating and pressuring about being the preseason #2 ranked team. TCU handled the pressure well with a 23-17 win in Minnesota, as Trevone Boykin did a very good job of handling the expectations with a touchdown throw and run. More

Utah beat Michigan

Utah Beat Michigan – Jim Harbaugh is in Deeper Waters Than he Thought

Posted on 4 Sep, 2015, by in College Football

The easiest conclusion to draw from Utah beating Michigan 24-17 to open the 2015 college football season for both teams? Jim Harbaugh is in for long rebuilding job for a program that continues to struggle with anything on offense and remains a big name, nothing else. More