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2012 AFC Playoffs May Prove Conference Power Shift The NFL 2012 AFC playoffs are shedding light on a fact that is largely being ignored. For years the AFC has been considered the lesser conference to their counterpart the NFC. Even in spite of New England’s dominance during the first decade the NFC has largely been considered the toughest and most competitive. For the first time in years it...
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One team already has their ticket to Miami. Come January 7 2013, Notre Dame will be seeking their first national championship since 1988. A the only undefeated team eligible for 2013 Bowl Games, the Fighting Irish became an automatic qualifier … Continue reading
It’s been 46 months since the Ole Miss Rebels played a Bowl game. Way back in January 2009 the boys from Oxford lined up against Oklahoma State, winning the Cotton Bowl Classic 21-7. It’s pretty much been disappointment after disappointment … Continue reading
Almost 10 months ago the LSU Tigers and Alabama Crimson Tide faced off in the BCS Championship. Many predicted these two teams would make the Bowl game, but few predicted how impressive ‘Bama would be, and how lackluster LSU would perform. … Continue reading
College football has changed a lot in 50 years. Conferences have been re-named, teams have bounced from one league to the next, and schools who once dominated in the 60s and 70s have found themselves struggling in the 21st century. … Continue reading
Without a doubt the biggest NCAA Round 1 game is Alabama v Michigan. Number 2 v Number 8 (if you believe the ranking system). Reigning BCS National Champions v reigning Sugar Bowl Champions. AJ McCarron v Denard Robinson, arguably two … Continue reading
With the start of the 2012 NCAA Football season only days away, teams are being reviewed and ridiculed, ranked and revered. USC, LSU and Alabama are clearly the top three heading into the August 30 kick off (their order is just a … Continue reading
While Football/Gridiron/American Football (call it what you will) has been played in the United States since the mid 1800s, its transition into the international market only occurred 35 years ago when the Newton Nite Hawks (Iowa) and Chicago Lions embarked … Continue reading