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NCAA Fact or Fanatic: Week Seven Myths, Week Eight Picks


We're hoping for a fun weekend of great college football – hopefully without serious injuries. And while we'd like to think that CFB officials would get their act together and finally learn how to call a game with equality for all teams and players, we somehow don't think that's likely to happen. Still, we're looking forward to the end of the season. Read More »

NCAA Fact or Fanatic: The Season Picks Edition, Part 2


First off, we unequivocally and categorically dislike the idea of two teams from not only the same conference but the same division within that conference getting into the playoffs. So sorry, Alabama-LSU, Florida State-Clemson, and Ohio State-Michigan proponents, but it's not going to happen. And if it does, our next column after the announcement of such a travesty will be vicious. Read More »

NCAA Fact or Fanatic: The Curse Edition


In a competitive situation where the psychological aspect of the game is as important as the physical, it's easy for people to fall back on superstition to explain what to them is inexplicable. On the other hand, if we were in your shoes, we absolutely would not say anything negative about Lil B. Read More »