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The thrill of victory, the excuses of defeat

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I’ve seen articles from several of the leading sports websites talking about last night’s college football national championship game.

The argument goes that Alabama benefited from poor officiating. Continue reading “The thrill of victory, the excuses of defeat”

Bad arguments abound on why Ohio State shouldn’t make playoff 

I’ve heard more bad arguments in regards to the college football playoff this week then I heard from people during the election cycle earlier this year. 

Tomorrow, the four playoff teams will be named. It looks quite likely that Alabama, Ohio State, Clemson, and Washington will be those four teams.  Continue reading “Bad arguments abound on why Ohio State shouldn’t make playoff “

Harbaugh, practice film: what sportsmanship is and isn’t

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Fairness.

Last weekend, the college football season began as Hawaii and Cal played a game in Sydney, Australia.

This week, Cal is off while Hawaii plays in Ann Arbor, MI against the Wolverines.

For the Wolverines, they’ve had a chance to see Hawaii play a game. Hawaii enters this game with no such luxury and asked Wolverine coach Jim Harbuagh for film of an inner squad scrimmage. Continue reading “Harbaugh, practice film: what sportsmanship is and isn’t”

2015 National championship preview

I was pretty confident that Ohio State was going to beat Alabama. To me, Oregon is much more of a toss up. But I look at the Bucks and I can’t count them out. This team is special. They have great chemistry. Guys have stepped up when they’ve needed to. Continue reading “2015 National championship preview”

Alabama – LSU: Great Example of Why College Football Doesn’t Need Playoff

I’m sitting and watching the Alabama and LSU football game. What a game it has been! It’s currently halftime, and this game has lived up to all of the hype that it has generated over the past few weeks.

These appear to be the two best teams in the country, and they’re playing in November. This is a game that will have direct implications on the national championship game. Continue reading “Alabama – LSU: Great Example of Why College Football Doesn’t Need Playoff”