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NCAA Fact or Fanatic: Athletes, Universities, and Crimes – Emergency Edition

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The Oklahoma football program made Joe Mixon, who was an 18-year-old incoming freshman at the time, sit out for a season. You know – they redshirted him. That was the punishment the coaches and administrators at OU thought appropriate for a five-star, superbly conditioned, top-tier athlete whose response to a skinny little girl was to punch her so violently that bones in her face shattered. Read More »

NCAA Fact or Fanatic: Week 12 Edition and Picks

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Ready for another crazy weekend of college football? We certainly are. With our picks record sitting at 35-15, we're pleased with the chaos we've managed to get right. The real wackiness begins next weekend. Between the rivalry games and conference championships, we are tentatively expecting over half of the current top ten to fall. Read More »

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

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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 »