Bowl Preview Bonanza Part V: Halfway Home

When we last left off, the CFB Huddle Bowl Preview Bonanza dangled from thr proverbial cliff. Part IV began with the first of the four-game Tuesday slate, but ended there. That’s because the Armed Forces Bowl marks the exact midway point of the bowl season, thus making for a natural time to take an intermission. […]


If You Didn’t Already Feel Like A Slacker, Here Comes Lincoln Riley

Last week, I turned 33. That’s pertinent information because today, Oklahoma offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley won the Frank Broyles Award, given to the nation’s top college football assistant. Lincoln Riley is 32. Jeez, I’m a slacker. Another award for the #Sooners today as Lincoln Riley wins the Broyles Award!! #OUDNA #BoomerSooner pic.twitter.com/XAZJbMtRfF — Oklahoma Football […]


What To Expect Of Oklahoma With Baker Mayfield at QB

No one tell Katy Perry and risk ruining her #ManCrushMonday: It appears as though Texas Tech transfer Baker Mayfield is starting Week 1 for Oklahoma ahead of Trevor Knight. Breaking: A source tells the Tulsa World that Oklahoma will name Baker Mayfield as its starting quarterback. #Sooners — Eric Bailey (@EricBaileyTW) August 24, 2015 BREAKING: […]


TBT: Unraveling the 2008 BCS Mess

No season in the 15 years of the Bowl Championship Series become more of a tangled mess than 2008. Controversy was inherent with the BCS, which is why the College Football Playoff now exists — and, in fact, the College Football Playoff largely owes its existence to the 2008 BCS debacle. The push for postseason […]


Potential FCS Upsets of Power Five Teams in 2015

FCS upsets of FBS opponents contribute to the annual drama that is college football season. FCS upsets of Power Five Conference foes are especially exciting. Appalachian State and Armanti Edwards vaulted into public consciousness in 2007, christening the Big Ten Network with their upset of Michigan. In seasons since, Jacksonville State has taken down Ole […]