Geaux Tigers! — Ed Orgeron. This past weekend the LSU Tigers traveled to Tuscaloosa for a high intensity game against the Alabama Crimson Tide. Being from Tennessee I have naturally grown up with a somewhat repulsive view of Alabama, and it is honestly probably because of how good that they have been as a team. … Continue reading Triumph in Tuscaloosa
I am a huge supporter of the College Football Playoffs and I think that it has been a great addition since it was introduced in 2015. It has done a very good job of generating money for each participating school and the NCAA as well as improving the ratings and viewership for college football. More … Continue reading A Major Flaw or Flawless?
Nothing can even come close to Rocky Top on game day for the fans or players of the Tennessee Volunteers. It is the loudest and most spine chilling environment to play in for all of college football. That is until all of a sudden the crowd goes silent, the final seconds are ticking into oblivion … Continue reading Failure to Fortune
MARCH MADNESS!!! An entire month dedicated to crazy mismatches, astounding upsets, and prime athletic competition. Too bad its just a basket ball thing :,( . Although it is just a basketball thing the potential for such madness is there for college football, and it all begins with the college football playoffs. As you may see … Continue reading Expanding the College Football Playoffs
One of the most prestigious achievements in college football is becoming apart of the Top 25 rankings. It is like a giant sign showing all the other teams that you are a threat and a team of great stature. For those not in the top 25, it is a goal and a challenge to show … Continue reading The AP Poll: A love/hate relationship