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College Football Playoff – Who Should Be Going

Posted on 2 Dec, 2018, by in College Football

The pretty straightforward outcome of College Football’s championship weekend made life a bit easier for members of the College Football Playoff selection committee. As things stand, it would be a bit of a surprise if Alabama, Clemson, Notre Dame, and Oklahoma aren’t the teams competing for the championship. More

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5 Best College Football Regular Season Games (According to FEI)

Posted on 13 Dec, 2017, by in College Football

As fans wait for Bowl season to begin and especially the College Football Playoff, a little bit of statistics to chew on is a good way to pass the time. … More

19 Best Memes of College Football’s Biggest Losers in Week 7

Posted on 16 Oct, 2016, by in College Football

The list of big losers following the action in week 7 of the college football season is long and painful, making an interesting meme lineup: Michigan State falling apart, Tennessee getting crushed, North Carolina State throwing away an easy win, Miami losing two in a row at home, Ole Miss choking and Georgia carrying on with a miserable season. More

20 Best Memes Making Fun of LSU, Florida, Notre Dame, Georgia, Oregon & Auburn Girl

Posted on 25 Sep, 2016, by in College Football

There were plenty of teams to mock with memes in week 4 for their losses: Oregon, Florida, LSU and Notre Dame to name a few, but it seems that an Auburn girl getting hit in the face with a kick caused the strongest reaction. More

College Football Rumors – Georgia Bulldogs Want to be Like Alabama & Florida

Posted on 30 Nov, 2015, by in College Football

College Football programs don’t exist in a vacuum. Despite an impressive record over 15 years, Mark Richt never turned the Georgia Bulldogs football program into the best in the nation or even the SEC. When compared to Alabama, Florida and LSU, his achievements, or lack of them, compared to the ambitions of the university, meant it was time for a change. More

College Football Rumors – Florida State, Alabama, Georgia & Florida Interested in Recruiting Keith Gavin

Posted on 31 Aug, 2015, by in College Football

When players decommit from early picks they’ve made, they always say the same thing: It’s about going through the process correctly. Florida State might still be in the lead for wide receiver Keith Gavin, but they’re facing strong competition from Alabama, Georgia and also Florida. More

NFL Rumors – Houston Texans, Miami Dolphins & Jacksonville Jaguars Interested in Drafting Todd Gurley

Posted on 28 Apr, 2015, by in NFL

If it wasn’t for injuries, Todd Gurley would be a guaranteed, very high first round pick. But reality is different, and the until-recently Georgia star is heading into the NFL with a lot of question marks about his ability to stay healthy. He’s still getting interest, especially from the Houston Texans, Miami Dolphins and Jacksonville Jaguars. More

NFL Rumors – San Diego Chargers Interested in Drafting Todd Gurley

Posted on 31 Mar, 2015, by in NFL

If there’s one running back that might be worth taking in the first round, it’s Todd Gurley coming out of Georgia. Despite the devaluation of the position, the San Diego Chargers would very much like to use their first pick on him. More

Georgia Over Auburn – SEC East Still Up For Grabs

Posted on 16 Nov, 2014, by in NFL

A big win for Georgia over Auburn means more than just bragging rights for the SEC East over the possibly overhyped West. It’s also an opening for the Bulldogs to still win their division and go to the conference championship game, although that will only happen if Missouri lose on of their two remaining games. More

Florida Over Georgia – No Quarterback is the Way to go

Posted on 2 Nov, 2014, by in NFL

Instead of Will Muschamp getting axed, Florida found new life in the logic of not using a quarterback, instead sticking strictly to running the ball on the ground. It might not have been pretty, but it was extremely effective in a 38-20 win over Georgia, making a very big change in the title chances of teams in the SEC East. More