It has truly been the wait of a lifetime, I understand. I have finally made another podcast as we approach the championship weekend of college football. Can you believe the season came and went already? There is still so much left to be decided as the Power 5 conferences settle
What a season it has been so far, am I right? Tennessee has been the cardiac kids of college football with all their exciting finishes. Unfortunately for the Volunteers, the luck ran out on Kyle Field last weekend with a double overtime loss to the Aggies.
Alabama seems to still be
What a performance by Lamar Jackson and the Louisville Cardinals! I mean, Louisville destroyed #2 Florida State and it was not even close. Michigan State shows they are still a contender and Alabama shows that they can get revenge, even if that revenge is a really big comeback and high-scoring game.
This conference used to be ruled by the Trojans of Southern California. The Pac-12 South was king for so many years we all forgot that winter was coming and the Kings of the North would return. USC has yet to fully overcome the sanctions and the rise of Oregon and
Despite all the rumors this offseason, and there have been a lot of them, the Big 12 conference will still be at 10 teams for at least the 2016 season.Therefore, the Big 12 still has 10 teams, the Big 10 has 14 teams, and nobody dares to ask how many
Hail to the Victors or Dot the “I” at the Horseshoe? The Big Ten has been picking itself off the mat after years of being considered the more boring and slower conference. Now, the conference has two great contenders with Michigan and Ohio State. The Wolverines have finally held up
Well, the joy from ending the SEC National Title reign? Yeah, that ended last year when Alabama claimed another championship to get back on top of the college football landscape. The Crimson Tide dominated their season last year and look to re-tool and get back to the playoff this year.
The ACC will look to return to the College Football Playoff for the third year in a row with contenders like Clemson and Florida State. The Tigers fell short of their first national championship since 1981 after losing to Alabama in the title game. Clemson put it all together in