Beating Bama

Surprised by Alabama’s throttling defeat of LSU on Saturday? The margin, maybe. But Bama winning? You really shouldn’t have been. Bama eats teams like LSU for lunch. The scariest part of the Tide is how they’ve been the exact same team for seven seasons now. Don’t believe me? Go on the most credible source according to your college professors, Wikipedia,

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NCAA 2015 Tournament Challenge Game-by-Game Analysis: East

Upsets so drastic you’ll think I’m crazy, things go strangely as planned, and underrated and ticked-off teams. Welcome to the East. There’s a lot to cover, so we’ll get right at it. I will only be doing the first round for these teams, because hey, I can’t give up the secrets for how I win these things. There are five

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Don’t Count on Class Rankings

National Signing Day is all but in the books. A quick glance at ESPN’s class rankings and you would see the usual suspects. Alabama has signed the number one class for the fourth year in a row. LSU has signed its third straight top 10 class. Florida State has signed its sixth straight top 10 class. Texas, Auburn and USC

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Michigan has a Winning Problem

By Henry Greening The University of Michigan Wolverines are not having a great year. A year filled with promise and potential has been anything but that. An embarrassing loss to Notre Dame seemed to set a precedent for the rest of the season to this point, as it was followed by pathetic performances at home against Utah and Minnesota. Head

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14 Year-Old Verbally Commits, Dooming Future of Recruiting

By John Deighton Earlier this week, Zadock Dinkelmann became the first verbal commitment for the LSU Tigers’ Class of 2022. Despite the fact that Dinkelmann has yet to play a single down of high school football, LSU decided to extend a scholarship offer to the 6’4”, 190 pound 14 year-old. Due to his large frame and family lineage (Dinkelmann’s uncle

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