Compare the states of Mississippi and Alabama and you’ll find much in common. Both are located in the Deep South, both are extremely similar culturally and historically, and both are mostly rural with no major cities or professional sports teams. Even the shapes of both states are mirror images of one another. Likewise, football is … More Is Hugh Freeze that elite coach Ole Miss has always been searching for?
The wait is over, and the best time of the year is finally upon us. The months of analyzing teams, making predictions, and having nothing to watch but replays of last year’s games can finally give way to a new season and all of the surprises and storylines that come with it. Last season marked … More 2015 Season Preview
The inaugural College Football Playoff is finally upon us, but it didn’t come without some controversy from the playoff committee. Despite Baylor winning the head-to-head matchup over TCU, the Big 12 named both teams “co-champions” after each finished the regular season 11-1. Instead of trying to determine which Big 12 team was more worthy of … More College Football Playoff Preview
Let’s play a little game of “Name That Team” This school has beaten: -A 4-loss team by only 10. -A 5-loss team by only one point. -A 5-loss team by only 14. -A 4-loss team by 7 in overtime. This team is 2-7-1 against the spread this season, with only Akron (2-8) being worse. Impressive? … More There’s No True #1 Team
Wow. In what was easily the greatest day of football in the state of Mississippi since the 1950s, both Ole Miss and Mississippi State pulled off upsets over top 10 teams at home. The day began with ESPN’s College Gameday in Oxford, with the Grove providing one of the best atmospheres in Gameday history. Dak Prescott … More The Magnolia State is on top of the college football world.
A defending national championship team that has won 20 straight games usually doesn’t warrant a ton of criticism, but plenty has been heaped upon the Seminoles after four games this season. During last season’s dominating national title run, Florida State won only two games by a margin of 14 points or less, a 48-34 win … More What is wrong with Florida State?
A quote from an anonymous PAC-12 assistant coach sums things up perfectly concerning last Saturday’s game between Utah and Michigan: “Utah’s a good team — tough, physical, well-coached, but Michigan can’t lose at home to Utah. You’re Michigan.” But the Wolverines did lose, and just like their shutout loss to Notre Dame, it wasn’t even … More The writing is on the wall for Brady Hoke