College Football: Week Two in memes

Monday, September 10th, 2012

Welcome to the Week In Memes! We decided we would have some fun with our weekly wrap up of college football, so instead of game wraps or just straight stealing from EDSBS, we're going to meme our way through the week's action. At least until we run out of ideas ...

College Pop Tarts: A Good Idea Poorly Executed

Monday, August 20th, 2012

Monday we learned that five colleges are getting their own special edition Pop Tart boxes: Michigan, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and Arkansas. This is a bit of marketing genius since Pop Tarts played a huge role in my college dietary plan, and have likely continued to do so for ensuing generations ...

Dabo Swinney Gives Back To Clemson

Monday, February 20th, 2012

Clemson head football coach Dabo Swinney has (kind of) followed in the footsteps of Georgia head coach Mark Richt and used his own money to compensate his assistant coaches. Swinney is using $265,000 of the raise he earned for winning the ACC and putting it toward paying his assistant coaches more. ...

The South Carolina Gamecocks Aren’t Dead Yet

Monday, October 17th, 2011

The South Carolina Gamecocks got their first bit of real bad news for the 2011 season on Sunday: stud running back, and focal point of the offense, Marcus Lattimore is done for the year with torn knee ligaments and cartilage damage. Getting rid of drunken master/quarterback Stephen Garcia seemed to have ...

Week Six College Football Roundup: Texas Messed With Itself

Sunday, October 9th, 2011

So Oklahoma won the Red River Shootout 55-17 at the Cotton Bowl. The end of the game featured a completely full OU half of the stadium and a mostly-empty Texas half of the stadium once OU was obviously up for good, which was sometime in the second quarter. I don't know ...

McD’s Week One College Football Picks

Saturday, September 3rd, 2011

I couldn't think of the right exclamation to start off my fifth season of gambling on college football for this site, especially since the last two years went so damn well. No seriously, I was over .500 both years, which if you knew me, you'd be shocked I could do ...

Jim Donnan Accused Of Making Millions From Ponzi Scheme

Sunday, July 17th, 2011

Former University of Georgia football coach (and former ESPN college football analyst) Jim Donnan has been accused of making millions of dollars off of a Ponzi scheme. Federal court documents filed on Thursday as part of a larger Ohio bankruptcy case allege Donnan was involved in a scheme that also ...