Dan Mullen’s Relentless Effort

Football season is approaching.  Mmmmmmmm! Springtime is here which means it’s that time of year when head football coaches of major college programs go on statewide tours to promote their program and get fans fired up for the upcoming season.  Continue reading

Book Review: The SIS Football Rookie Handbook: Comprehensive Scouting and Analytics Guide 2019

I go to the race track once or twice a year.  When it comes to betting on horses, I pretty much roll the dice.  There is no method to my madness.  I simply look at the biggest underdogs, box them Continue reading

Florida and Ohio State alums mull over Urban Meyer’s past, present and future

Urban Meyer has retired… again. He hasn’t reached Brett Favre/Michael Jordan status quite yet but one more retirement party and he’ll earn a set of steak knives. When it comes to all things Ohio State, I like to go to Continue reading

Making a case for Baker Mayfield

Baker Mayfield’s been in the news a lot lately.  With good reason. The number-one drafted, Heisman Trophy-winning, boastfully flag-planting, sidelines crotch-grabbing, far-too-short to play the pro game, Johnny Manziel comparative is the new face of the Cleveland Browns.  He is Continue reading

Helpful suggestions how to determine College Football’s fourth and final playoff spot: 2017 Edition

We take a short time-out from our annual Nick Saban-Urban Meyer Invitational for this news bulletin! ONLY ONE OF THESE TWO COACHES WILL BE INVITED TO THE PLAYOFFS!!! Ah… but which one, the announcement that every Buckeye and Crimson Tide Continue reading

Pick college football winners, win fabulous prizes courtesy of SportsChump!  (Sounds easy, right?)

87-to-1. According to Las Vegas, that’s what the odds of California beating Washington State and Syracuse beating Clemson were in the same night. 87-to-friggin’-1! That means if they played those two games eighty-seven times, the two teams that won that Continue reading

A bothersome tennis fan in king football’s court: A tale of misplaced priorities and tested patience

Let’s speak hypothetically for a moment. Let’s pretend this event that’s about to unfold didn’t actually happen.  I mean, because it didn’t.  It couldn’t possibly have. Let’s pretend for one second that on college football’s opening Saturday that a theoretical Continue reading