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Duke Dominates Notre Dame to Avenge Loss

Duke Dominates Notre Dame to Avenge Loss

Only about a week before this matchup Notre Dame won an extremely close game over fellow ACC title contenders Duke by a score of 77-73. That game clearly left a bad taste in the mouth of the Blue Devils because in the rematch at Cameron Indoor they dominated the fighting Irish winning by a final […]

Krzyzewski Gets to 1,000 Career Wins

Krzyzewski Gets to 1,000 Career Wins

With a win over St Johns, Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski became the first Division 1 head coach to reach 1000 wins in their career. Coach K started at his alma mater Army, but has spent the last 35 years at Duke turning it into one of, if not the, premier programs in all of […]

Marcus Mariota vs. Jameis Winston: Who Will Be Drafted First?

Marcus Mariota vs. Jameis Winston: Who Will Be Drafted First?

Florida State University’s quarterback Jameis Winston, recently declared for the 2015 NFL Draft earlier this month. In more recent news, Oregon’s quarterback, Marcus Mariota has now declared himself into the draft as well. With both players being two of the top prospects in this year’s draft, many questions and debates are now arising as to […]

College Football: Worst Coach in America

College Football: Worst Coach in America

As this college football season heads to the finish line, focus usually shifts to the best coach of the year. But who is the worst college football coach in America? It is rather harsh to declare a college coach as the worst depending on his school’s season record. Factors like focus, honesty and commitment become […]

National Title Game Set After First Playoff in College Football History

National Title Game Set After First Playoff in College Football History

One of the biggest complaints from fans over the years, ever since the BCS, Bowl Championship Series, came into play, was that a lot of teams were getting snubbed from a shot at the national title picture. After making the announcement two years ago, New Years day 2015 saw the very first two playoff games […]

Army-Navy a Traditional Rivalry

Army-Navy a Traditional Rivalry

Army-Navy plays its annual rivalry contest each year while thousands of excited spectators, military personnel and television networks watch on in anticipation. The excitement, energy and love of nation are all mixed into this rivalry. The Army-Navy game is among the most enduring traditional rivalries in college football. Today’s game was played at MT&T Bank […]

Kentucky Wildcats Dominate North Carolina Tar Heels 84-70

Kentucky Wildcats Dominate North Carolina Tar Heels 84-70

In a huge matchup of traditional college basketball powerhouses, University of North Carolina traveled to Lexington to take on number one ranked Kentucky. The Wildcats got a dominant win by a score of 84-70 in what might have been their best offensive performance of the season so far. North Carolina showed flashes of being able […]

Big 12 Snubbed by Playoff Committee

Big 12 Snubbed by Playoff Committee

The Big 12 was snubbed by the playoff committee. The teams for the first ever college playoff have been selected. Four of the five major conferences will be represented. The Big 12 will not be in the playoffs. The Big 12 is the only major conference that does not have a championship game. The Big […]

Brady Hoke Fired at Michigan

Brady Hoke Fired at Michigan

News came out that many have expected for some time now; Brady Hoke has been fired as the head coach of Michigan. After a 5-7 season this news was not a surprise to many especially considering the fact that the Wolverines had gotten worse, record wise, in each of his four seasons at the helm. […]

College Football Playoff Outlook

College Football Playoff Outlook

With one more weekend of games to go the inaugural College Football Playoff is starting to take shape. A lot could still change with the conference championship games still to be played but there are some teams that have put themselves in a good position to be in the conversation of the top four college […]

OSU Football Player Found Dead

OSU Football Player Found Dead

Ohio State University (OSU) football player, Kosta Karageorge, was found dead Sunday in Columbus after being missing since Wednesday. Karageorge was a defensive lineman for the team, and had recently been suffering the effects of multiple concussions. He contacted his mother prior to going missing and apologized for the “embarrassment’ of him suffering from the […]

Alabama Overtakes Florida State as Number One in Associated Press Poll

Alabama Overtakes Florida State as Number One in Associated Press Poll

Alabama overtakes Florida State as number one in the Associated Press poll. Alabama finished three points ahead of Florida State in the latest voting with 1,426 points. The Crimson Tide received 25 first place votes. Florida State received 29. It was the first time a No. 2 team received more first place votes than the […]

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