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Cobs: MAC Refs, OU, Borges, Miami...

This week's candidates for worst of the weekend in college football include a coach fired for a profanity-laced tirade against his team, Oklahoma and Al Borges for inciting profane tirades from their fans, Miami for general suckages, and MAC refs.

The Long Search For Eddie Gran's Offenseive Roots

Anytime you try to figure out what a first time offensive coordinators offense will look like it pays dividends to look at who he has worked under and what they did. In Grans case that means a trip back in time and space.

How Much is Shutting Down Denard Robinson Worth?

Alabama and Notre Dame got much praise for shutting down Denard Robinson, but how much do they deserve? And just how good is Alabama?

Year2's Week 1 Picks

Picks for Week 1 SEC action.

Q&A with AztecSportsReport.com

Tom Shanahan writes exhaustively about Aztec football at AztecSportsReport.com. He kindly answered these questions from the Purple Wimple, about SDSU and the upcoming match with TCU. Purple...

Cob Of The Week: Ron Zook, Cheap Shot Artist William Gholston, Illinois Defense, Michigan's Al Borges

Your vote for worst performance of last week? The nominees are Ron Zook, Michigan State's William Gholston, Illinois' defense, and Michigan offensive coordinator Al Borges

College Football Power Rankings: Alabama Can Have Your QB Ready For The Grill In Minutes

This week's power rankings laments Alabama's slaughterhouse efficiency, compliment's LSU's colorful inhumanity and fondly recalls Franco Zeffirelli.

Friday Happy Hour Looks Like Anthony Anderson, Enjoys The Start of Michigan's 2011 Fall Football Camp

Maize n Brew gives you your daily (or semidaily) rundown of all the Michigan Football, Michigan Basketball, College Football, and College Basketball news you need to get through the day.

23 Days Until The 2011 Michigan Football Season Kicks Off

23 Days Until The 2011 Michigan Football Season Kicks Off

Analysis of the Enemy: Denard Robinson's New Offense

More than anything, the Michigan offense under Lloyd Carr appears back structurally. Multiple backs, bigs, and formations indicate a return to the pro-style scheme Carr's Wolverines exhibited throughout his tenure. There will be important differences in the actual plays-- likely more 3 and 5-step passing-- but the deployment of players and formations will resemble the stereotype of a Michigan offense.

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