It Wasn’t Pretty, But It Was Enough

It Wasn’t Pretty, But It Was Enough

When the New York Giants took the field against the New England Patriots, it officially marked the start of a new era. You can say it was just a normal preseason game. But for Big Blue, it was a whole lot more. A new system, a relatively young head coach, and optimism? It felt like […]

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 Arch Manning in Big Blue?

Arch Manning in Big Blue?

It’s still a long way from here, but 18-year-old Arch Manning will be in the NFL by at least 2026. The son of Cooper Manning and nephew to Peyton and Eli Manning, the high school junior made big news this past week when he committed to the University of Texas. Committed to the University of […]

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 The Worst Fan Bases – Top Ten

The Worst Fan Bases – Top Ten

Have you ever attended a sporting event and just went “wow” after leaving? Mostly because of the opposing fan base. Of course, you have! It’s the sports world we all have at least one instance where we had an interaction with a horrible fan or fan base collectively. Well, hopefully, I can help you know […]

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 Rest in Peace to the Career of Spencer Rattler

Rest in Peace to the Career of Spencer Rattler

Preseason Predictions for Spencer Rattler Spencer Rattler looked like he was going to be the next star quarterback for Oklahoma. Sooners head coach Lincoln Riley has been a great mentor for many who play the position. Riley has helped Baker Mayfield, Kyler Murray, and Jalen Hurts to have great college careers as well as success […]

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 Potential Expansion for the Big 12 Conference

Potential Expansion for the Big 12 Conference

How the Big 12 Got to This Point You may have read an article I posted earlier this year about the Big 12 conference. That story discussed how the league is struggling to remain relevant in the NCAA landscape. It discussed the possibility of disbanding itself and allowing its members to find new homes. That […]

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 COVID-19 Policies Released For All Major  Conferences

COVID-19 Policies Released For All Major Conferences

Explaining All The COVID-19 Regulations All of the NCAA’s major conferences’ COVID-19 policies were formally released after the Big Ten announced theirs. Said protocols almost match those the NCAA put out early this month. A team that is unable to field a team due to the virus will forfeit that game. This means said school […]

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 Big 12 to the SEC: Not Without Reproach

Big 12 to the SEC: Not Without Reproach

We all know by now, that beginning in 2025, Texas and Oklahoma will join the Southeastern Conference. Not everyone agrees, not everyone is happy and that’s to be understood. Moving on from the Big 12 to the SEC will not go without reproach from fans, remaining schools stuck in the Big 12 (without arguably their […]

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 The SEC Super Conference BABY!

The SEC Super Conference BABY!

It’s official. Texas and Oklahoma have asked for, were granted, and accepted an invitation to the SEC. This membership goes into effect on July 1, 2025. However, is this just the beginning, and are we going to see an SEC Super Conference? The First Rumblings SEC has been in serious contact with Ohio State, Michigan, […]

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 The Big 12 Conference Is on Life Support

The Big 12 Conference Is on Life Support

How the Big 12 Got to This Point You may have read recently that Oklahoma and Texas may finally be leaving the Big 12 Conference for the SEC. This is not surprising as both colleges have put the league on their backs since its birth. The conference has been falling out of prominence for quite […]

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 Sarkisian to Texas: It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye

Sarkisian to Texas: It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye

We all knew this was a possibility. We didn’t want to admit it, and it appeared as if Steve Sarkisian might stay in Tuscaloosa after he blew off the Auburn interview. However, we all came crashing back to earth with the news this morning. After the firing of Tom Herman, it is being reported that […]

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 The Texas Longhorns and Tom Herman are in Trouble

The Texas Longhorns and Tom Herman are in Trouble

As is custom this time of year, I sit and think about what I am thankful for. The 2009 National Championship comes to mind. The game that would send two perennial powerhouses on two entirely different trajectories. Sure, Alabama and Nick Saban would have found success eventually, but it helps when you beat one of […]

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 College Football Lesson from Mack

College Football Lesson from Mack

In the fall of 2005, it appeared that the USC Trojan college football dynasty was on the way to becoming the best of all time. Matt Lineart was coming off of his Heisman trophy winning season, Reggie Bush was entering his, and the Trojans were coming off of claiming two BCS National Championships.  Pete Carroll […]

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 Will the Oklahoma Sooners Be National Champions?

Will the Oklahoma Sooners Be National Champions?

Oklahoma is off to a hot start this year. They have a Heisman candidate QB, a good receiving corps, and some phenomenal running backs. This group has led them to a 6-0 start, with a statement win over Texas today. This is the norm though, and it will take more than an explosive offense to […]

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 Sharples’ Week 2 CFB Gambling Picks

Sharples’ Week 2 CFB Gambling Picks

Welcome to Sharples’ week 2 of CFB gambling picks! Week 1 was a crazy week, that showed us that a cover can be made or broken in the blink of an eye! Let’s have a quick rundown of some games where the spread was devastated late in the game: Northwestern fumbles the ball in the […]

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