On the whole, Saturday’s roster of blockbuster matchups failed to live up to their billing. But the series of blowouts that were the order of the day produced some changes in the USA TODAY Sports coaches poll. None of those changes, however, reached the top three, all of whom won easily. No. 1 Alabama coasted past FCS member Chattanooga to tune up for next week’s critical Iron Bowl clash with Auburn, easily keeping the No.1 ranking it has held the entire season. [Continue Reading]
Stock up: Clemson. The changes begin at No. 4, where Clemson inherited the spot vacated by Baylor. The Tigers, who face in-state rival South Carolina next week, climbed two positions and are in a good spot for an at-large BCS invitation.
The Baylor Bears dream season is over. What’s worse is I was really hoping the Bryce Petty would have a great game after the game Manziel had, but he just didn’t do it. So who are we talking about for the Heisman now? Jameis vs. McCarron – I guess we have to go for the non-criminal in that one.
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The World Cup is one of the greatest global sports spectacles we know. In America it doesn’t mean nearly as much as other countries, but that still doesn’t excuse the lunacy that is connected to the sport. A perfectly happy occassion is now a tragedy. It’s truly a shame.
Croatian World Cup Celebration Marred by Pro-Nazi Chants [WithLeather]
Anna Nystrom is a Swedish Fitness Babe [RegretfulMorning]
Athletes Who Shouldn’t Be As Good At Sports As They Are [Uncoached]
Division II Running Back Flips Over Defender Keeps Running [TotalProSports]
Coach K’s College Yearbook Picture [TerezOwens]
It Appears As if Miranda Kerr hung out with Leonardo DiCaprio [Guyism]
Genevieve Morton is Breathtaking by the pool [GCeleb]
Hump Day Hotties are Awesome [Funtasticus]
To answer your first question – Yes, people are still going to Penn State football games. To answer your second question, yes they are still doing it pretty big at their tailgates. Even grandmas are getting in on the action. Probably the highlight of the season.
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After beating Boston College and LSU to start the season, Derek Kellogg’s UMass Minutemen welcomed the previously undefeated Youngstown State Penguins to the Mullins Center. UMass, a team that should contend in the Atlantic 10 with VCU and Saint Louis leading the way, took care of business to the tune of an 85-69 victory. the highlight of the game was provided by forward Raphiael Putney, who took full advantage of an open lane to the basket. Impressive hang-time as well, as he took off from the Atlantic 10 logo. [Continue Reading]
College hoops off to a great start with dunks. Look out for the Minutemen, they may be a team on the rise this year. And just like that a guy you may never hear of in your life becomes relevant. Congrats Raphiael.
I’m not even exaggerating when I say I don’t think I’ve ever seen a reaction like this in my life before. Four coaches hit the deck. FOUR. Honestly, it had to be devastating for them. With all that was on the line in that game, to claw back from 20 points down and then have that happen. Absolutely justified with this reaction.
I was going to say I felt bad for Jonathan Martin throughout this process. There’s no doubt in my mind that Richie Incognito is a d#ckhead. Then I see the guy chillen on the sidelines at the Stanford game with earrings in just having a grand old time and now I don’t know what to think. Ultimately, I’d be fine with a million or two people calling me a pussy if I was rich. Bullying or not the sign is kind of funny.
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UCF’s J.J. Worton: Not only was J.J. Worton’s one-handed touchdown catch a spectacular grab, the most spectacular of the season, it kept Central Florida’s unbeaten AAC season alive. The Knights were trailing the 1-8 Temple Owls 36-29 when Blake Bortles found Worton wide open for the 30-yard score with 1:06 remaining. [Continue Reading]
Auburn’s Ricardo Lewis: On fourth-and-18 on their own 27-yard line down by one, Auburn made the play of the year. Quarterback Nick Marshall threw a 73-yard Hail Mary pass that was tipped by two Georgia defensive backs and caught by Tigers receiver Ricardo Louis, who ran it in for the game-winning touchdown with 25 seconds left. It was a play you had to see to believe. [Continue Reading]
Two unbelievable catches in one day. Unbelievable. Not just because the athletic feat that was accomplished, but because of the implications each TD had.. Hit the jump to check them out…
The USC Trojans don’t get as much love as they use to when it comes to nationally televised games. Because of that we’ve almost forgotten how hot the USC Cheerleaders, song girls, or whatever other chicks they have rooting on the team really are. Well, if any team deserves to get more attention this week it’s the Trojans for their upset over Stanford. For those of you living under a rock, USC’s surge for Ed Orgeron had just swallowed up No. 4 Stanford’s national title hopes. Andre Heidari kicked a 47-yard field goal with 19 seconds to play, and a stalwart defense repeatedly came up big in USC’s 20-17 upset of the Cardinal on Saturday night. [Continue Reading]
Anyway, congrats to the Trojans your program is still a joke and a mess. There’s no doubt you keep churning out some extremely sexy cheerleaders though. Love the conservative uniforms too.
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