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The Georgia Bulldogs, Excessive Injuries, and a Trip (and Fall) Down Memory Lane

The year was 1965. Despite being led by the previous autumn’s SEC coach of the year, second-season skipper Vince Dooley, the Georgia Bulldogs were picked to finish near the bottom of the league due...

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Sorry For All the Football from Fox Sports 1


Do you dream of bathing in an unending wave of college football goodness? Do you ever feel like you just see too much of your girlfriend, the sun or your Jack Russell, Bo?  If so, do we have...

Holgorsen & Huggins Press Conferences


Holgorsen & Huggins pressers, off-week plan, Holton's eligibility, soccer wins, WVU Pros updates, Big 12 roundup & more

TX-OU Turning It Into A "Bloodletting" Again


The Texas-OU series has seen both sides enjoys stretches of dominance. In 1958, Darrell Royal got his first win over his alma mater and propelled the Longhorns into an over decade-long period of...

A Remembrance of Things Past, and a reminder that things don’t last


I wrote the following in the Jones Top Ten this week: Texas and Florida are headed to the same place for very different reasons. While I fully believe that Urban Meyer has lost his passion for the...


The Interesting Case of Dorsett Vandeventer Graves

While doing my research on the recent series over at Roll Bama Roll looking back on the eight games played between the Crimson Tide and the Longhorns, I stumbled across an interesting connection...

1957: Broyles Comes to Town...and Goes (Part One)


Part One of a look at the 1957 Missouri football season, Frank Broyles's one season as Missouri head coach.

Review - I Remember Bud Wilkinson


I figured I'd cheat on this book like a lot of reviewers do, and only read parts of it then write the review. It didn't work out that way. The more I got into the book and Bud Wilkinson's life, the...

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