Steve Harvey Calls Great Moments in College Football History

It’s OK, Steve Harvey. It’s easy to understand how a broadcaster could announce the wrong winner during a live event. But imagine, if you will, a college football world wherein the most spectacular finishes got the Steve Harvey treatment. On second thought, why imagine when I can give you just that! “Fourth-and-five, the national championship […]


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 […]


Week 13 Heisman Top 10: Derrick Henry Charges Ahead

Heading into Championship Week, the Heisman Trophy pack has a clear top five — and one pace-setter ahead of them all. Alabama running back Derrick Henry’s spectacle against rival Auburn put the junior in pole position with just one week to go. Henry’s one-man show Saturday was reminiscent of the ubiquitous martial-arts movie scenes, wherein […]


Argument Against Pac-12’s 9-Game Schedule Is Empty

Every outcome in college football is a referendum on a bigger picture topic, and the biggest picture of all is the College Football Playoff. Thus when Stanford and Utah lost to Pac-12 opponents Saturday, complicating the conference’s hope of sending a representative to the College Football Playoff, an overarching referendum had to be made. But […]


Week 11 Saturday Six-Pack: Into The Playoff Blob

College football 2015 is in its stretch run, with just three full weeks remaining. The College Football Playoff picture isn’t quite yet taking an actual shape. As last week’s upheaval proved, fluidity defines the current state, and one Saturday can throw everything we think we know into flux. Saturday’s lineup presents the possibility of more […]

Halloween 2009: The Game That Changed The Pac-12 Landscape

The upcoming marks the first college football Saturday falling on Halloween since 2009. If this All Hallows Eve shared with college football is anything like the last, expect far-reaching implications well beyond the 2015 season. It was on that Halloween night six years ago that the complexion of the Pac-12 Conference, still then the Pac-10, […]


Marcus Mariota vs. Jameis Winston, The Next Chapter

The necessary point to address up front in the Marcus Mariota vs. Jameis Winston conversation is that football is 11-on-11 at any given time, with dozens more players impacting the outcome over a game’s 60 minutes. Louisiana Tech head coach Skip Holtz pointed out before last Thursday’s game against Western Kentucky that, despite the Conference […]


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 […]