Re-Rock The Vote: Heisman Snubs Remembered

Saturday, one of either Derrick Henry, Christian McCaffrey or Deshaun Watson will join the most illustrious and exclusive club of college football as Heisman Trophy winners. For the runners-up, supports may well argue their inclusion on another roster comprised of some of the sport’s all-time greats: that of notable Heisman snubs. Each of this year’s […]


SEC Cannibalization Is Real, Starting With Mark Richt

Cannibalization became a popular buzz-word when predicting the SEC’s demise as a football super-power. Prescient, indeed, albeit not for the reasons anyone could have imagined. Georgia’s firing of — excuse me, “mutual” agreement to part ways with — Mark Richt Sunday was the SEC taking a big, ol’ bite out of itself. Now, the conference […]

The SEC East Is Simply A Bad Division

The SEC East is bad. No compelling argument exists to counter the reality cruelly evident Saturday. FCS Playoff-bound The Citadel outplayed thoroughly outplayed South Carolina. There was nothing fluky in the Bulldogs’ option offense rolling up 350 rushing yards en route to a 23-22 victory — even if a penalty negated a would-be, fourth-down game-winning […]


Week 9 Saturday Six-Pack: Halloween Edition

Happy Halloween and welcome to Week 9 of the college football season. To celebrate the intersection of my favorite sport with one of my favorite holidays, I employed the Silver Shamrock Company to manufacture one college football team’s helmets. Alternate uniforms may be passe, but an alternate helmet that turns wearers’ heads into snakes and […]

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Week 5 Heisman Top 10: Chaos Begins

A wild Week 5 that claimed several from the ranks of the unbeaten also brings massive fluctuation to the Heisman Top 10. C.J. Prosise? Out after rushing for just 50 yards in Notre Dame’s 24-22 loss at Clemson. Paul Perkins? UCLA’s bell-to-bell home loss to Arizona State slowed his meteoric rise on the national stage. Chad […]


Heisman Top 10 Week 2: Running Backs Surge Ahead

A running back hasn’t won the Heisman Trophy since Mark Ingram in 2009, and only two have claimed the prestigious award in this millennium. Alabama’s Derrick Henry looks to follow in the footsteps of his forerunner Ingram, however, storming to another wildly efficient performance despite limited touches. Henry is one of three running backs surging […]


Run The Dang Ball, Bobo! — er, Greyson Lambert!

Virginia transfer Greyson Lambert has emerged from the pile as Georgia’s starting quarterback, a decision that makes it crystal clear: Mark Richt heard your cries to run the dang ball. The competition was close but your starting QB for the @FootballUGA game vs. ULM will be Greyson Lambert! pic.twitter.com/WQlmQBUJYW — Georgia Bulldogs (@UGAAthletics) August 31, […]