Saturday, January 31, 2015

The Fallout: Brady Hoke, Bret Bielema, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Saturday edition.

Everybody's getting ready for the "Big Game" of the weekend - Chelsea vs. Manchester City. Oh yeah, they're getting ready for the Super Bowl too. Comparing college football blogger Twitterfeeds, it does seem like there is more interest in the Premier League than there is for the NFL at times.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Gus Malzahn found it hard to watch inaugural College Football Playoff title game.

Gus Malzahn. Photo via Yahoo! Sports. 


Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn was brought on by ESPN as an analyst for the College Football Playoff title game. It meant that he was on the sidelines at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Tx. when Ohio State became the first CFP champion, defeating Oregon. That didn't make Malzahn, who led the Tigers to the final BCS title game in 2014, feel any better about watching the game.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Three Kentucky players allegedly involved with bar fight with Western Kentucky OL.

The Kentucky and Eastern Kentucky football programs both have a big headache on their hands this morning. Three members of the Kentucky football program were allegedly involved with an altercation with a EKU player in a Richmond, KY bar.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Mark Richt uses Krispy Kreme to help win commitment of four-star OL prospect.

Sam Madden with MarkRicht. Photo via WXIA.


Georgia head coach Mark Richt can thank Krispy Kreme for landing four-star offensive linebacker prospect Sam Madden.

According to Atlanta station WXIA, Richt and Madden's father made a late night run to an Athens area Krispy Kreme during Madden's recent visit to the Georgia campus.

"Late Friday night, Dave Madden, Sam's father, and Richt decided to head over to Krispy Kreme and grab a few donuts before they tuckered out for the evening. According to Derek Cleveland, the father of Class of 2016 five-star lineman Ben, who was also at Georgia this weekend, said it really let the Madden family know they picked the right place.
"I know one of the things that Dave said Friday night after they kind of settled down a little bit, was he and Mark Richt went to Krispy Kreme to get some donuts," Cleveland said. "He thought that was just the coolest thing in the world that the head coach at Georgia would just take time and they would do that."

Madden, who attends Barnegat High School in Barnegat, NJ, had recently decommitted from Wisconsin. 

The Fallout: Tim Tebow, Jeff Long, Pac-12 coaches, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Tuesday edition.

Ohio linebacker Quentin Poling arrested for fighting outside pizza joint.

Quentin Poling. Photo via The Athens Post.


It looks like the MAC is making an early push for the Fulmer Cup. Ohio redshirt freshman linebacker  Quentin Poling was arrested in the early morning of Jan. 25 following an altercation outside a pizza joint in Athens, Oh.

Monday, January 26, 2015

College Football Playoff being pressured to move dates of future games by ESPN and the NFL.

ESPN and the NFL are reportedly trying to force the College Football Playoff to move its scheduled date of the 2015 playoff games from Dec. 31 to Jan. 2, 2016.

Shoulder injury could keep Marcus Mariota from throwing at NFL Combine.

Marcus Mariota with 2014 Heisman Trophy.


Former Oregon starting quarterback Marcus Mariota has revealed that he injured his right (throwing) shoulder during the Ducks' loss to Ohio State in the College Football Playoff title game back on Jan. 12.

The injury, which Mariota described as a sprain to his AC joint in his right shoulder, could prevent the 2014 Heisman Trophy winner from throwing at the upcoming NFL Combine, to be held Feb. 17-23.

"Right now we're still making that decision, whether to throw at the Combine. I had to kinda rest about a week-and-a-half," Mariota said, speaking at a press conference Saturday in Laie, where he was being honored as the first Polynesian College Football Player of the Year. "I sprained the AC joint (in his right, throwing, shoulder). But now, I'm able to throw. Feels good."

Marietta was tackled late in the CFP title game by Ohio St. defensive lineman Joey Bosa.

(via The Honolulu Star-Advertiser. HT: College Football Talk)

Sunday, January 25, 2015

The Fallout: Lane Kiffin, Braxton Miller, UAB, and...Australian Open ball boys?

Welcome to the Fallout - Sunday edition.

Watching the Australian Open this morning, and one thing comes to mind: Why do they make the ball boys and ball girls dress so funny?

Via The Melbourne Herald-Sun.


I get the idea that the long shirt may be there for protection from the harmful UV rays of the Australian sun. The hat, however is a little too much. It always reminds me of Andrew Ridgley in WHAM's "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" video.



Yeah, that's not the image I wanted to wake up in the morning to, either. Better get to the college football briefs and links before things totally go downhill.

And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going.
Alabama announces that offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin will return to head coach Nick Saban's coaching staff for the 2015 season. It ends speculation that Kiffin might return to the NFL. (ESPN)

What can Brown do for you?
Alabama cornerback Tony Brown wins his first indoor track and field event at the Vanderbilt Invitational, coming in first in the 60 meter hurdles. (al.com)

Will he or won't he?
Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller suggested to fans at the school's celebration of its College Football Playoff victory that he may be returning for the 2015 season. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)

The difficult we do immediately. The impossible takes a little longer. 
A UAB task force created to determine whether to reinstate football at the school says that 2016 would be the earliest that the Blazers could return to the gridiron. (WIAT)

Filling in the blanks. 
Jason Kersey looks potential candidates for the still-vacant receivers and cornerback coaching positions on Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops coaching staff. (The Oklahoman)




Saturday, January 24, 2015

Jim Harbaugh playing a piccolo? Jim Harbaugh playing a piccolo.

The Sadie Hawkins dance that Michigan has turned into since Jim Harbaugh was hired as the Wolverines' new head coach continues on with - wait for it - "Enthusiasm Unknown to Mankind."

ESPN's basketball version of College GameDay was at Michigan this morning as the Wolverines get ready to host Wisconsin at 7:00 PM EST. It was Harbaugh that stole the show, though, getting more attention than the basketball team.

While Harbaugh was at the Crisler Center, he apparently took some time out for a musical interlude.


Yes, that's Harbaugh playing a piccolo. Because a true Michigan Man would never be caught dead playing a sousaphone, right?

(via College Spun)

Michigan tight ends coach Jay Harbaugh gets pwned by Michigan State Board of Trustees vice-chair Mitch Lyons.

Jay Harbaugh with Baltimore Ravens' Super Bowl XLVII trophy in 2013.


New Michigan tight ends coach Jay Harbaugh got totally pwned on Twitter on Friday. The son of new Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh (nepotism? What's nepotism) showed interest in obtaining an actual real live wolverine as a pet.



 It didn't take long before some Michigan State trolling came along in the form of the Michigan vice-chair of the Board of Trustees Mitch Lyons, who casually reminded Harbaugh of the Spartans' almost total domination of Wolverines since 2008.




"Coach D is of course Mark Dantonio, who has led Michigan St. to a 6-1 record over Michigan over the past seven meetings between the two in-state rivals.

Lyons, it should be noted,  played tight end for Michigan St. from 1988-1992. He later played in the NFL for the Atlanta Falcons and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Michigan went 4-1 over the Spartans during that five year stretch.

(via College Spun)



Friday, January 23, 2015

Four West Virginia players cited for marijuana possession by campus police.


Four West Virginia players, two redshirt freshman and two sophomores, have been cited for marijuana possession by West Virginia University police.

Cited were offensive lineman Yondy Cajuste, and defensive lineman Jaleel Fields, both redshirt freshmen, along with safety Dravon Henry and OL Xavier Preston, both sophomores.

Details of the incident are scarce, but apparently happened at a residence hall on the West Virginia campus.

In a statement, West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorsen said that “We are aware of the situation, and the matter will be handled internally,”

(via The Daily Athenaeum)

The Fallout: Ole Miss arrests, Dave Warner, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Friday edition.

Two Ole Miss players arrested. 
Ole Miss safety Trae Elston and wide receiver Damore'ea Stringfellow were arrested on Thursday on charges of disorderly conduct. Rebels head coach Hugh Freeze says in a statement that the program is "gathering facts on the matter." (AP/ESPN)

I see the future, and it will be. 
Michigan State co-offensive coordinator Dave Warner discusses his thoughts on the Spartan offense as he prepares for the 2015 season. (mLive.com)

Yo, I'm taking a survey...
Al.com's took a survey of Senior Bowl players on a number of issues in college football, including the inaugural College Football Playoff, and the end of the UAB football program.

Surely you Josh. 
Utah State is reportedly set to hire former Oklahoma co-offensive coordinator Josh Heupel as its new OC. Heupel was fired last week following a disappointing 8-5 season with the Sooners. (Dr. Saturday)

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Cornhusker players pay first visit to new Nebraska Athletic Performance Lab.

Members of the Nebraska football team recently had their first experience with the school's new Nebraska Athletic Performance Lab (NAPL). Naturally, a video crew was on hand filming the whole thing. Nebraska head strength coach Mark Phillip let the team in testing players' skill sets in vertical jump, pro agility run, and ten yard dash.



(via Football Scoop)

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

The Fallout: Jim Harbaugh, Nick Marshall, Marcus Mariota, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Wednesday edition.

Nepotism runs wild.
Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh names his son Jay as his new tight ends coach and defensive teams coordinator. (ESPN)

Next Position, Please.
Former Auburn starting quarterback Nick Marshall says he expects to be selected as a cornerback in the 2015 NFL Draft. (ESPN)

Goodbye Says It All.
Alabama director of player personnel Tyler Siskey is leaving the program to become the new receivers coach at South Alabama. (al.com)

Fly Like an Eagle?
The Philadelphia Eagles are reportedly interested in trading up in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft in order to select former Oregon starting QB Marcus Mariota. Eagles head coach Chip Kelly coached the 2014 Heisman Trophy winner in 2011 and 2012 while he was the Ducks head coach. (The Oregonian)

I've seen the future, and it will be.
Deadspin takes a look at the latest rendition of the future home stadium of the Atlanta Falcons. It will also be the future home for the SEC championship game, the Peach Bowl, and an eventual College Football Playoff title game.

Walking from New Orleans?
Nebraska has reportedly hired Tulane wide receivers coach Keith Williams to be the Cornhuskers' new WR coach. (Corn Nation)


Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Alabama outside linebacker Ryan Anderson arrested on misdemeanor domestic violence charges.

A member of the Alabama Crimson Tide is in trouble with the law. Rising junior outside linebacker Ryan Anderson was arrested in Tuscaloosa on Tuesday. He faces charges of "misdemeanor third-degree domestic violence, criminal mischief," according to al.com.
Very few details about the case are currently available, except that Anderson was arrested by Tuscaloosa city police on Tuesday. His bond has been set at $500.00.

(via al.com)

Chris Fowler shares bogus facts about Japanese tennis star Kei Nishikori found on "satirical" Internet site.

Photo via The Student Section. 



Poor Chris Fowler. The ESPN College GameDay host, who is currently in the booth at the Australian Open for the WWL, decided to share some little known "facts" about Japanese tennis star Kei Nishikori  he found on the Internet. Facts such as Nishikori was "the highest paid tennis player on the male side in the world," via his Japanese restaurant chain, Fat Nishikori Burger, among other things.

The only problem is they weren't true. They came from a "satirical" Chinese-based website called Media Mass.* It's apparently deliberately trying to set out to fool more well-respected media outlets into passing on its manufactured horse crap, as opposed to providing some level of humorous commentary like The Onion and its online spiritual hellspawn.

Fowler had since admitted his mistake via Twitter, where he apologized for falling for Media Mass' cunning stunt.




So if you see a "Fat Nishikori Burger"- related sign on College GameDay this fall, you know why.

*I decided on not posting a link to the site because it doesn't deserve any more traffic to its prog-awful site.

(via Deadspin)

Monday, January 19, 2015

Still recovering


My foot injury finally took me out today. Be back tomorrow.

Sunday, January 18, 2015

The Fallout: Ezekiel Elliott, Tyrone Wheatley, Lincoln Riley, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Sunday edition.

Welcome to the new age.
Member schools of the "Power 5" conferences (ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12, SEC) approve new rules that would allow for the funding the full cost of attendance for student-athletes within the five conferences. (ESPN)

I've got a little list. I've got a little list.
Mike Herndon provides a list of potential candidates for the 2015 Heisman Trophy. Included are Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott, Georgia RB Nick Chubb, and Mississippi State starting quarterback Dak Prescott. (al.com)

I think you'd better call Tyrone.
Michigan RB great Tyrone Wheatley is joining the coaching staff of new Wolverine head coach Jim Harbaugh as - what else? - his new RB coach. (Maize N' Brew)

The Life of Riley.
Jenni Carlson looks at the reason behind the hiring of Oklahoma's new offensive coordinator, Lincoln Riley. (The Oklahoman)

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Random Triangle Radio 3.


It's been a while since I posted a Random Triangle Radio playlist. So here it is. It's the usual collection of classic rock, Sixties, alt rock, new wave, heartland rock, new wave, and Queefcore. Artists include The Hollies, Better Than Ezra, Midnight Oil, Cowboy Junkies, Bon Jovi, KONGOS, Lifehouse, and more.



Friday, January 16, 2015

Recovery Day.

I'm taking the day to recover from some foot inflammation that has put me in a lot of hurt this past week. Will be back tomorrow.

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Marcus Mariota is an ex-Duck.

Photo via KDRV.


The least shocking news on Wednesday was that Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Marcus Mariota announced he was foregoing his senior season at Oregon to enter the 2015 NFL Draft. Apparently, trying a second time to lead the Ducks to that elusive College Football Playoff title wasn't as desirable for either a)An NFL contract, and b)The inevitable endorsement deal from Uncle Phil.

The good news for those who believe "student athlete" shouldn't be an oxymoron is that Mariota has already earned a degree in general science from the University of Oregon. They probably would chafe at hearing the two classes Mariota took this past fall semester were electives in yoga and golf. That's what happens when you get all of your core classes for your degree out of the way early.

(via The Oregonian)

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

The Fallout: Cardale Jones, Dak Prescot, Kevin Steele, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Wednesday edition. 

The offseason is here. With it comes players graduating or departing school and entering the 2015 NFL Draft, new coaching hires getting down to business, and recruiting, recruiting, recruiting.

On the downside, it means more free time for players, which sadly often leads to run-ins with the law.    Reddit CFB already has the Official Fulmer Cup Kickoff Thread up and running. Hopefully things will be relatively quiet when it comes to run-ins with the law this offseason, or at the least no incidents involving truly heinous felony charges.

Too many cooks. Too many cooks...
Chuck Culpepper (presumably no relation to Larry) takes a look at College Football Playoff champions Ohio State, and the dilemma it faces with what to do at quarterback with Braxton Miller, J.T. Barrett, and Cardale Jones all either set to battle it out for the starting job, or possibly transferring to other programs/entering the 2015 NFL Draft. (The Washington Post)

Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind?
Heather Dinch profiles Cardale Jones as he prepares to decide between staying at Ohio St., or entering the NFL Draft. (ESPN)

I'll Stick Around? 
ESPN's Joe Schad is reporting that Mississippi State starting QB Dak Prescot will remain at school for the 2015 season. An official announcement is reportedly scheduled to me made Wednesday afternoon. (gulflive.com)

Steele Away.
LSU hires Alabama linebackers coach Kevin Steele away from the Crimson Tide to be its new offensive coordinator. (The New Orleans Times-Picayune)

What About Me?
John Talty looks at what kind of impact Steele's departure from Alabama could have on recruiting for the Crimson Tide. (al.com)

I've seen the future, and it will be. 
Mike Griffith provides five reasons as to why he believes Michigan State could end up being part of the College Football Playoff next season, none of which involve Ohio State falling off the map. (mLive.com)

Goodbye Says It All.
Utah quarterback Adam Schulz is transferring to Houston. (The Deseret News)


Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Rob Lowe wants Urban Meyer to be President.


Ohio State are your College Football Playoff champions. Meanwhile, actor and Direct TV spokesman Rob Lowe (the real one, presumably) is already thinking about Buckeye head coach Urban Meyer's future employment possibilities.



It's doubtful Meyer will be changing occupations anytime soon. Also, any future opposing candidates are sure to point the number of Florida Gator players arrested during Meyer's tenure in Gainesville.  That's not even counting former Gator and New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, whose trial on charges of murder completed the second day of jury selection on Monday.

(via @RobLowe. HT: @FakeUrban)


Monday, January 12, 2015

Columbus Zoo bears "Brutus" and "Buckeye" destroy Oregon Duck piñatas.


 From the "Why should Tom Ley have all the fun?" department comes this tweet from the Columbus Zoo featuring it's two Alaskan brown bears, named "Brutus" and "Buckeye," demolish a couple of Oregon Duck piñatas.



No word if actual duck meat was inside of the Duck piñatas.

(via SB*Nation)

Game Day Goulash: Cardale Jones, Marcus Mariotta, Urban Meyer, Mark Helfrich, and more.

Game Day Goulash - Here we are folks, the dream we've all dreamed of. 

First, yes, I've switched "Play the Game Tonight" back to "Game Day Goulash." I decided that it was better with the original title.

Now for the main event of the night. It's the first ever College Football Playoff title game. I've been hesitant to describe it as a "championship," since I did my best not to use that term in conjunction with the BCS. I'll probably just stick with "title game" just because the CFP is only a little more legitimate than the BCS.

The CFP is still better than what we had, and Ohio State being in the title game did give the committee's decision to place it in the playoff over TCU or Baylor a little more legitimacy. It's a start, and hopefully everyone will have a moment of clarity to expand the playoff to eight teams.

Hometown hero.
Cleveland.com's Doug Lesmerises profiles Ohio State starting quarterback and Cleveland native Cardale Jones.

How Urban Got his Groove Back. 
Keith Van Valkenburg profiles Ohio St. head coach Urban Meyer, and how he regained the balance between his personal life and and his professional career. (ESPN)

In case you were wondering...
Cheryl Wray explains what exactly a Buckeye is, and how it became the nickname of Ohio St. I could have sworn that was a pot leaf hanging off the "O" on the Buckeye's helmets. (al.com)

The Ties That Bind.
Andrew Grief describes how close-knit Oregon's football team is, and how it led the the Ducks to the CFP title game. (The Oregonian)

Fore Unlawful Carnal Knowledge.
 Oregon Starting QB Marcus Mariota discusses his other sport, golf. Bubba Watson has nothing to fear, apparently. (Golf Digest)

Will he or won't he?
Mariota, a redshirt junior freshman, says that he hasn't made a decision yet as to whether he will enter  the 2015 NFL Draft. (NFL.com)

My Hometown. 
Tim Rohan profiles Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich, and his hometown of Coos Bay, Oregon. (The New York Times)









Sunday, January 11, 2015

The Fallout: Mark Helfrich, Troy Smith and Cardale Jones, Mike Slive, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Sunday edition.

Stand By Your Man. 
Jason Quick looks at how Oregon players are determined to win the inaugural College Football Playoff so their head coach, Mark Helfrich, can get the recognition they deserve. (The Oregonian)

Mr. Jones and me tell each other fairy tales.
2006 Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Troy Smith talked to current Buckeye starting QB Cardale  Jones about how to deal with a potential loss to Oregon in the College Football Playoff national title game. Smith's Ohio St. team were blown out by Florida 41-14 in the 2007 national title game. (SB*Nation)

I'm With You.
Former Nebraska offensive coordinator Tim Beck has been named by Ohio St. to replace its outgoing OC Tom Herman after the College Football Playoff. Herman is leaving Ohio St. following the CFP to become head coach of Houston. (ESPN)

Slive it in.
Matt Hayes interviews former SEC commissioner Mike Slive, the man given the most credit for the creation of the College Football Playoff.  (The Sporting News)

I'll Stick Around.
Michigan State defensive lineman Shilique Calhoun announces he will remain in school for his senior season. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)







Saturday, January 10, 2015

Ole Miss strength coach Paul Jackson delivers heartfelt plea for underclassmen to get their college degree.

It's that time of year when college football underclassmen announce their plans to leave school early to enter the NFL Draft. Ole Miss head strength and conditioning coach Paul Jackson sent out a heartfelt message on Twitter on Saturday reminding underclassmen everywhere that a spot on an NFL team isn't a guarantee.




Ole Miss sophomore defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche is among underclassmen who are projected to announce their decisions to enter the 2015 NFL Draft.

(via @CoachPJackson)

Friday, January 9, 2015

Kenny Hill is an ex-Aggie quarterback.



Kenny Hill is an ex-Texas A&M quarterback. Hill, who started the season as the Aggies' starting QB, has been granted his release from the football program.


Thursday, January 8, 2015

Jenn Sterger admits to inventing "No means no!" chant used by Oregon Players after Rose Bowl.

Jenn Sterger has confessed inventing the anti-Jameis Winston"No means no!" chant that Oregon players taunted Florida State with following the end of the Rose Bowl.

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Jameis Winston is an ex-FSU quarterback, entering 2015 NFL Draft.

Jameis Winston is an ex-college quarterback. The controversial Florida St. QB has announced that he will end his college football career to enter the 2015 NFL Draft.

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

"Fire Al Golden" message written with red plastic cups over Miami-Dade County overpass.

Via College Spun.


From "The natives are restless department" comes this unusual protest from an overpass on the Dolphin Expressway in Miami-Dade County, Fl. Someone, whom we assume is a disgruntled Miami Hurricanes supporter (or supporters), stuck red plastic cups in the overpass' fencing to spell out "Fire Al Golden."

The photo was tweeted out by Billy Corben, the director of the ESPN 30 for 30 documentaries The U, and its sequel The U Part 2.



Golden has a 28-22 record as head coach of the Hurricanes, with a 15-15 record in ACC conference play. The team went 6-7 in 2014, and lost 24-21 to South Carolina in the Independence Bowl on Dec. 27.

(via College Spun)

Monday, January 5, 2015

Jeff Driskel is an ex-Florida Gator quarterback, will transfer to Louisiana Tech for 2015 season.

Jeff Driskel is an ex-Florida Gator. The redshirt junior QB announced that he will transfer to Louisiana Tech for the 2015 season.

"I look forward to the upcoming chapter of my life. I have nothing but good things to say about the University of Florida and the football program there," Driskel said in a statement released by the Gators. "... Although things did not play out on the field as I would have liked, I have no regrets on the choice I made to attend UF."

Driskel, who earned his degree in sports management from the University of Florida last summer, which means he will be eligible to play for Louisiana Tech when the 2015 season begins.

(via ESPN)

Sunday, January 4, 2015

The Fallout: Urban Meyer and Mark Helfrich, Les Miles, Kirk Ferentz, and more.

Welcome to the Fallout - Sunday edition. 

Who's Better, Who's Best? 
Ken Goe believes Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer has the edge over Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich in the inaugural College Football Playoff title game. (The Oregonian)

Anatomy of a touchdown.
Ari Wasserman breaks down the play that led to Ohio State's upset win over Alabama in the College Football Playoff semifinal at the Sugar Bowl on Jan. 1. (Cleveland.com)

It's getting hot in here?
Ron Higgins believes that this is "the most critical period" of Les Miles' tenure as head coach of LSU.     Miles is faced with replacing recently departed Tigers' defensive coordinator John Chavis (who left for the DC job at Texas A&M), and a need to improve on how the program develops quarterbacks. (The New Orleans Times-Picayune)

The Sign of Four.
The search for Georgia's next offensive coordinator is reportedly down to four candidates: current Bulldog tight ends coach John Lilly, former Florida OC Kurt Roper, St. Louis Rams OC Brian Schottenheimer, and Florida State co-OC Greg Adkins. (Dawg Post)

It's All Over Now? 
David Schwartz says it's time to replace Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz following the Hawkeyes' loss to Tennessee in the Taxslayer Bowl. (HawkeyeNation.com)

This is for the questions that don't have any answers.
Andrew Coppins takes a look at the biggest questions surrounding Wisconsin and its new head coach Paul Chryst at the start of the 2015 offseason. (Madtown Badgers)

Insanity


That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore.
Ken Goe describes his getting burnt out on seeing the same commercials over and over again during bowl games on ESPN. (The Oregonian)


Saturday, January 3, 2015

Let there be hype videos! First hype video for College Football Playoff title game.


 Let there be hype videos! Here is the first known hype video for the College Football Playoff title game. It's from Campus Insiders, and is neutral when it comes to supporting either Ohio State or Oregon. It  definitely won't be the last you will see in the next week until the CFP title game on Jan. 12.



(via College Spun)

Friday, January 2, 2015

Jameis Winston dances a little sidestep about future.

Photo via Saint Petersblog.

What are Florida State starting quarterback Jameis Winston's plans following the Seminoles getting chokeslammed out of the College Football Playoff by Oregon in the Rose Bowl? The controversial Winston was somewhat vague of his future plans while speaking to the media following the game.

Thursday, January 1, 2015

Today's bowl games.



Yesterday's bowl games.


Peach Bowl
TCU 42
Ole Miss 3

Fiesta Bowl
Boise State 38
Arizona 30

Orange Bowl
Georgia Tech 49
Mississippi State 34

Todays's Bowl Games


Outback Bowl
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Fl.
Auburn vs. Wisconsin
12:00 PM ET, ESPN2

Cotton Bowl Classic
AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Tx.
Michigan State vs. Baylor
12:30 PM ET, ESPN

Citrus Bowl
Florida Citrus Bowl, Orlando, Fl.
Missouri vs. Minnesota
1:00 PM ET, ABC

COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF BOWL


Rose Bowl Game
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Ca.
Oregon vs. Florida State University
5:00 PM ET, ESPN

Sugar Bowl
Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, La.
Alabama vs. Ohio State
8:30 PM ET, ESPN