Articles Posted in the " College Football " Category

  • Trespassing on SEC lawn

    By Bart D. FWAA Member On Twitter @Bart_CFN and College Football News There’s a sign on a house not too far from me, says “Trespassers will be shot. Those who live will be shot again.” If a college football conference had such a sign nailed into a tree sitting outside its main offices, it’d be […]


  • Colt (it’ll be just like Super Bowl) 45

    By Bart D. FWAA Member On Twitter @Bart_CFN and College Football News The Twitter handle is @LongLiveLyerla, which if you spin it just right, can be construed as remarkably arrogant. Imagine a certain Oklahoma City Thunder star on Twitter @LongLiveDurant or a certain San Francisco QB as @LongLiveKaepernick But Long Live Lyerla almost never was […]


  • There’s a draft in here

    There’s a draft in here

    By Bart D. FWAA Member On Twitter @Bart_CFN and College Football News Did you know the NFL draft was this weekend? Oh, you did? Shocking. The 2014 NFL draft was basically your average vegan for sports media. They were so offended it was put off until May, they felt the only way to get this […]


  • Terry’s Takes on Round 1 of the NFL Draft

    Here are some quick hitters about the first round of the NFL Draft. … What was Jacksonville thinking when it selected Blake Bortles with the number three pick in the draft? The last time that the Jags took a QB that burst onto the scene after one big season, it didn’t work out very well. […]


  • Hard to blame those gaming the scheduling system

    By Bart D. FWAA Member On Twitter @Bart_CFN and College Football News In a utopian world, we all crawl into the world kicking and screaming with an even playing field, equally blank canvass and same set of paints with which to form our lives. It doesn’t work that way. In real life, or in college […]


  • Terry’s Takes on the SEC Scheduling Format

    Here are a couple of quick takes on the SEC’s new scheduling format. … The league did the right thing by sticking with an eight game conference slate. Adding the extra contest would have made it much more difficult for each school to schedule seven home games, especially for those that have standing rivalries with […]


  • Top 5 Returning Quarterbacks in the Big 12

    Now that teams are wrapping up spring practice, it’s time to start previewing the 2014 football season. Today, I’ll kick things off by listing the Top 5 returning quarterbacks in the Big 12. 5. JW Walsh, Oklahoma State – Many of you will question him earning the No. 5 spot on this list because he’s still […]


  • Coming back B1G: Quarterbacks

    By Bart D. FWAA Member On Twitter @Bart_CFN and College Football News It’s that time of year in college football fandom. The leaves are turning brown and falling to the ground. You can smell bitter cold on the horizon. The dead period of winter is upon us. So basically, it’s time to make lists of […]


  • Hipster Mark Emmert off to slow start

    By Bart D. FWAA Member On Twitter @Bart_CFN and College Football News There’s an old saying about faux cowboys. “All hat, no cattle.” Which means they may look the part, but when it gets down into the nuts and bolts of the gig, much is lacking. Enter Hipster Mark Emmert, president of the NCAA, who […]


  • Quick Slants: Split-offs, the BCS, and Spring Games

    Here’s my take on what’s going on the world of college football. … Those of you who want to see the 5 Power Conferences split off and form their own division might get your wish much sooner than expected. Dennis Dodds of CBS Sports elaborates on why a “Dennis the Constitutional Peasant“-type of class warfare […]