The Good, The Bad, And The Bowl-worthy

July 10th, 2013

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Everyone loves the college football experience, one of the last frontiers of pure amateur competition. College Bowl Week is an exciting time of the year where you can catch more games, see more action and celebrate the sweet victories. It’s Read the rest of this entry »

Taking The Rose Bowl by The Horns

May 20th, 2013

The Rose Bowl has a long history of hosting legendary games that have entertained the crowd with dramatic plays. In January of 2006, the defending-champion USC Trojans would take on the exciting Texas Longhorns. This game would go down as one of the greatest National Championship games of all-time. USC’s Reggie Bush and Matt Leinart were poised to win a second consecutive championship for their team. On the other hand, Texas QB Vince Young had proven himself capable of leading his team to some impressive victories.Check out this link here. Read the rest of this entry »

Boys will be Boys In College Football

March 27th, 2013

It is absolutely the case that those who play in college football are just as young and often immature as their peers. Just because someone is held up to a higher standard does not mean that they can live up to it. There are many college football players who feel that they are under too much pressure to really handle the pressure that comes with being a college football player.

Those individuals who are college football players may Read the rest of this entry »

Keeping Up With College Football

July 13th, 2012

For some people, football is a way of life and even a religion garnished with elaborate rituals and body painting that is somehow meant to affect the overall impact of the game. Whether or not these actions actually do any good, they do offer proof that people really do love football and even if you aren’t playing, it’s still difficult not to get your head into the action. So what do you do when the major leagues call it quits for the season? Where do you turn to for your football fix when all the major networks on television aren’t showing any more of your beloved sport for the rest of the season?

College football is usually the next best thing when it comes to getting that fix and you can usually find it through services like NFL SUNDAY TICKET, but if that doesn’t work, you can always check your internet or local listings. While perhaps not as sensationalized or given quite the same amount of attention as the NFL, there is still plenty to enjoy when it comes to college football and, believe me, one football fanatic to another, the hits and tackles and scores and strategies are just as hard-hitting as you have come to expect.

The Journey To A Bowl begins With A Single Play

May 28th, 2012

College football continues to grow as a sport and most teams fans do not realize that the journey to a bowl begins with a single play. Each week college football teams take the field and they all are looking for the same thing a spot in the BCS title game. The truth of the matter is a single play and can affect the outcome of a season. One single play can make or break a season for a team who is looking to be perfect and land in Read the rest of this entry »

Which Teams Will Take It To The Bowls?

May 25th, 2012

With spring practices wrapping up quickly, it is time to start taking a serious look into the upcoming college football season. Though talks of a controversial playoff system are ongoing, it is certain the the familiar bowl system will be in place for at least one more go. With the two BCS National Championship Game participants, the Alabama Crimson Tide and Louisiana State Tigers, losing a plethora of key contributors to April’s NFL Draft, a steady diet of new contenders will be looking to dethrone the Southeastern Conference, where the last six BCS champions have come from.

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The Battle To The Bowls In College Football

May 24th, 2012

The college football season is a strange thing. It much more different than any other sport that is played on television. The season comes to an end, and for a couple of days it almost seems to come back alive all over again. This is due largely to all of the bowls in college football.

There are Rose, Fiesta, Champs, Little Caesars, BCS and Sugar Bowls. There are AT&T, Capital One, Gator and Outback college football bowls. One doesn’t know if they should watch the game or buy something one from of these sponsors. That is what Read the rest of this entry »

College Football: Weeding Out The Boys From The Men

May 21st, 2012

When it comes to judging athletes in college people only need to look at one area: how an individual performs in big games. Putting up numbers in championships and rivalry games are definitely what separates the ‘boys from the men.’ A player’s performance in a Bowl Game is crucial to his draft status as well. It could lower or raise that player’s “draft stock.”

Obviously, the key to what separates a good player vs. a great player is how he plays under pressure.Additional information can be Read the rest of this entry »

College Football: To Bowl Or Not to Bowl

May 20th, 2012

Each year as the college football season draws to a close, the debate begins again. Football fans argue back and forth about whether or not the bowl system should be continued or if a playoff system with a championship should be instituted. There are certainly good points on each side of the debate. Those who argue for continuing the bowl system usually base their argument on tradition. The bowl system has been is place for years, website, so why change it now? Also, many of the bowls are based on traditional games between old rivals. For instance, the Rose Bowl is a long standing bowl traditionally featuring the Big 10 champion versus the Pac 12 champion. Doing away with the bowl system would place these type of traditional rivalries in jeopardy. On the other hand, those who argue in favor of ending the bowl system in favor of a playoff system do so on the basis of wanting a true national champion. Under the current BCS system, the national championship is often in dispute leading to a lot of disagreement about who is really the number one team in college football. With a playoff system in place, there would be no doubt as to the number one team. Just as in professional football, there would be a definite champion.

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