Week 11 College Football Scores

Saturday, November 13th, 2010

Read my week 11 picks here. 8:15 am - Watching Man U/Aston Villa. Might as well start watching bad football now with the state of the teams playing at noon. 9:18 am - This article on CNN is proof that it's utterly pointless to try to understand teens' behavior online. The rules ...

Week 11 College Football Picks

Thursday, November 11th, 2010

Record after week 10: 107-50 (78-76-3 ATS) 12 pm ET Miami (6-3) at Georgia Tech (5-4) (+3) Both teams have not played even close to expectations. Both teams lost their stud quarterback recently. Miami's offense sputters easily. Georgia Tech's defense is terrible. What's a gambler to do? Stay the hell away from this ...

Your Week Five College Football Scores

Saturday, October 2nd, 2010

Read my week five picks here. Record after week 4: 48-13 (29-30-2 ATS) 8:20 am ET - Ryder Cup til football at noon. Nice little Saturday. 8:28 am ET - Jeff Overton is on fire at the moment. Must be because he stole LL Cool J's hat from the "I Need Love" ...

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 ...

Get Ready To Screw Boise State

Sunday, September 12th, 2010

Only in college football could the third-ranked team in the nation somehow lose during their bye week. Boise State gets the honors this year, and in week two no less, because Virginia Tech managed to lose to I-AA James Madison at home, in Blacksburg. The immediate reaction all over the country was ...

TheBaker Tackles The Worst NCAA Bubble In History

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

First off, I want to start by saying anyone who advocates expanding the NCAA Tournament field from 65 teams to 96 teams is a moron. This isn't little league. We don't all get participation ribbons. And I know there were opponents to the expansion to 64 back when it was introduced, ...

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 ...