Let The BCS Atrocities Begin

Monday, October 18th, 2010

So Oklahoma is your initial number one in the year's first BCS standings. How, you might ask? Solely because of the computer rankings, which make up one third of the total BCS formula. The Sooners are ranked third in the other two-thirds of the BCS poll, the Harris and Coaches' polls. Yet ...

Your Week Seven College Football Scores

Saturday, October 16th, 2010

Read my week seven picks here. Record after week six: 66-27 (45-45-3 ATS)

Week Seven College Football Picks

Thursday, October 14th, 2010

Record after week six: 66-27 (45-45-3 ATS) 12 pm ET Arkansas State (2-4) at Indiana (3-2) (-10) So here is the situation for Indiana football the rest of the way. With seven games left, the Hoosiers need a minimum of three wins for bowl eligibility and four for a guaranteed bowl berth. Left ...

Your Week Three College Football Scores

Saturday, September 18th, 2010

Record after week 2: 19-7 (10-15-1 ATS) Read my week three picks here. Something to watch until football starts in four hours (courtesy of Deadspin commenter Hustler of Culture): Friday Night Action: Nevada 52 Cal 31 - You're my boy, Blue! Colin Kaepernick and Nevada finally have a marquee win. This is the ...

Your Week 13 College Football Scores

Thursday, November 26th, 2009

10 am ET: Morning! Happy Thanksgiving! I'm clearly not here, but I will definitely be watching football later tonight. Turns out the Lone Star Showdown is the best game of the day because the NFL scheduler is on crack and decided the Lions and Raiders should get this kind of ...

Your Week 13 College Football Picks

Wednesday, November 25th, 2009

Record after week 12: 129-66, 90-103-2 AS I suck against the number again. 2008 was my version of Luis Gonzalez's 51 home runs. Happy Thanksgiving! Thursday, November 26, 2009 8 pm ET Lone Star Showdown (3) Texas (11-0) at Texas A&M (6-5) (+21) The one college football game on Thanksgiving actually has more riding on it that ...

The Paper Champs

Tuesday, November 24th, 2009

The recent economic disaster was caused by unbelievable cheating, dishonesty and stupidity by insiders while the appearance of "fairness" was maintained publicly. Most got away with their misdeeds because there was a total lack of oversight by the federal government and a lack of knowledge of their doings by the ...