Category: College

Madness To Say The Least

Madness To Say The Least

For the past 96 hours the country has completely blown off production in the workplace and encapsulated themselves in everything brackets. The NCAA Tournament opened last Tuesday and Wednesday with their play-in games, and the real dance starting before noon on Thursday running up until after midnight in the east on Monday with St. Joseph’s scaring the daylights out of […]

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Northwestern Gets Taken “Out Back”

Northwestern Gets Taken “Out Back”

The Outback Bowl was probably the second ugliest game of this bowl season only behind the Cotton Bowl thrashing that was put on Michigan State at the hands of Alabama. Northwestern had a ball intercepted at the goal line and returned 100-yards to close the game out 45-6. Northwestern threw four interceptions, lost a fumble and caused no turnovers of […]

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Bowl Season

Bowl Season

Today is when the frenzy begins for a whole lot of college football, starting with the College Playoff that’ll commence in South Florida with the Orange Bowl. Oklahoma and Clemson will kick off the first game where the winner will advance to the national championship game in Glendale. Tonight’s game features Michigan State going against Alabama in the Cotton Bowl […]

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Justin Jackson had a lot to say about the Wildcats upset victory over #21 Stanford on Saturday.

Northwestern Schocker

The Northwestern Wildcats¬†most notable storyline of the past couple years has been their want to try and unionize in an attempt to gain compensation for their participation and presumed risk on the field. Over the weekend they made more standard headlines as they defeated the 21st ranked team in the country Stanford at Ryan Field on Saturday Afternoon. The Wildcats […]

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Final Four

Final Four

The second weekend of the NCAA Basketball Tournament is usually the most dramatic time of year for college basketball, and this weekend in no way disputed that assertion. For starters all the favorites won in both the round of 16 and the elite eight. The only team that marginally pulled off an upset was the Michigan State Spartans who defeated […]

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Cats Can’t Lose

Cats Can’t Lose

Way back in Mid-November while everyone was apoplectic about the Bears play and ecstatic about the return of Derrick Rose, the Champions Tip-Off Tournament was held at the United Center between four team that are all dancing this week. The four team field included two number one seeds and a number two seed along with the Michigan State Spartans who […]

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National Signing Day

National Signing Day

Today marks a huge day for college football programs across the country as the nations top recruits choose the school they’ll attend for at least the next three years. The obvious conferences that were sure to shine in this regard were the SEC, ACC, and the Pac-12. The top programs at this year’s deadline ¬†were Alabama who had the top […]

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Big 10 Reigns Supreme!

Big 10 Reigns Supreme!

The inaugural College Football Playoff system was won by the Ohio State Buckeyes last night as they thrashed the gimmicky run Ducks offense led by Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota 42-20 in Arlington Texas. The Buckeyes turned the ball over four times in the game and still managed to win going away. The star of last night’s game was RB […]

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College Football Playoffs A Smashing Success

College Football Playoffs A Smashing Success

So as well all know by now the SEC West got completely demolished this bowl season and the two remaining teams come from conferences that aren’t seen as doormats, but clearly aren’t comparable to the SEC powerhouses. Or are they? The SEC West during the New Years holiday got run over during the inter-conference slate, and it now appears that […]

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Big Snub

Big Snub

On Sunday the four playoff teams were released for the inaugural FBS Playoffs that’ll take place on New Year’s Day in Pasadena and New Orleans at the Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl. The four teams that’ll square off on New Year’s is Oregon vs FSU in SoCal, and Alabama vs Ohio St. in the bayou. The teams that were left […]

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