The College Tailgate’s Bowl Pick ‘Em Special

With the graduation of Peter Fiorentino, a darkness fell across the land. Jamey Schilling was left without an opponent for his annual College Football Bowl Selection Article. Schilling searched far and wide for a worthy competitor to fill Fiorentino’s shoes, but came up empty. That is, until columnist Brad Dickson stepped in. Seemingly at the last possible moment, like the

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Harbaugh’s Day Has Arrived, But Michigan’s Has Not

Just 36 hours separated from a new year, the University of Michigan football program celebrated a new era. Jim Harbaugh was announced to be the 19th head coach of the maize and blue on December 30, 2014 and 247 days of mass hysteria have ensued since. He has been the story at the center of the college football universe, a political

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Conference Preview: Big Ten

The Big Ten conference proved a lot of doubters wrong last season. The conference ended the year with a winning bowl record, and probably their best bowl record in the past five years. The Big Ten was the only conference to have two teams finish in the top five, Michigan State and Ohio State. Coming into 2015, the Big Ten

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15 for ’15: Sports Resolutions

“You could stand to improve by changing the following things about yourself.” Recommending New Year’s resolutions is always a tricky prospect. In fact, you probably shouldn’t do it. Besides, who are you to meddle in someone else’s goals? You don’t know their life. You don’t know their values and their struggles, their idiosyncrasies and inhibitions. So why in the world would you

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