Week 6 Saturday Six-Pack: Approaching The Airport

Week 6 is college football’s last on the incline of the curve. After this Saturday, it’s all downhill on the race to the postseason. The legendary Beano Cook once quipped on the ESPN college football podcast that each season felt like Casablanca: You start it, and next thing you know, you’re at the airport. In […]


Aug. 20 News: Ricky Town Eyeing Arkansas?

USC transfer quarterback Ricky Town is not waiting long to scout potential destinations, per syndicated radio host Bo Mattingly. Recruiting Update: Multiple sources say USC QB transfer Ricky Town is on Arkansas campus for a visit and will be at practice tonight. — Bo Mattingly (@SportsTalkwBo) August 19, 2015 Should Town become a Razorback in […]


College Football News May 24: Restoring Dormant Rivalries

Too many college football rivalries were sacrificed to the gods of television revenue, vis-a-vis conference realignment. From the Backyard Brawl to Oklahoma-Nebraska, the staff at The Student Section breaks down dormant rivalries that need a reboot. Of all the realignment-killed rivalries, the Backyard Brawl’s demise is especially asinine. West Virginia shirking a decades-old, bitter rivalry […]


Memphis Heat: Liberty Bowl Turns Into A Pro Wrestling Spectacle

Memphis: It’s a city where Jerry Lawler reigned as King and tens of thousands routinely packed Mid-South Coliseum for professional wrestling. Thus, it’s only fitting Memphis’ postseason college football affair, the Liberty Bowl, would pay homage to the squared circle. Of course Memphis’ rich wrestling history played a part in Monday’s Liberty Bowl. Why else […]