By Any Rational Measure, FSU Is The Better Team. So What?

College bowl games are far too fleeting and superfluous to serve as the basis for any lasting conclusions, even about the teams playing in them. In fact, if the 2013-14 bowl season has taught us anything–and I'd really prefer that it hasn't, but if it has, in spite of itself–it is that attempting to predict these… » 1/06/14 5:48pm 1/06/14 5:48pm

The Definitive List Of Actual, No-Bullshit College Football National…

Monday night, the Alabama Crimson Tide mercilessly clobbered Notre Dame in the BCS championship game. According to Alabama, it was the school's 15th national football title. Football has been an intercollegiate sport for 142 seasons, starting in 1869 (no one played in 1871). So that should mean that Alabama has won… » 1/11/13 11:45am 1/11/13 11:45am

Nick Saban Is The Ultimate Freakshow

Nick Saban won his third BCS title in four years last night, and given the likelihood that he'll reject the idea of sucking in the NFL one more time, he's probably going to win a lot more. He gets the best players and he trains those players better than any other coach possibly could. By the time he's finished, he may … » 1/08/13 12:15pm 1/08/13 12:15pm

Here Is The Most Entertaining Moment Of Alabama's Dismantling Of Notre…

This game had nothing. It was dead on arrival. Maybe there were some moments—Brent Musberger salivating all over A.J. McCarron's girlfriend or McCarron getting shoved by his own center come to mind. But there was not a single entertaining moment until Nick Saban grimaced through his Gatorade bath. His entire body just … » 1/08/13 8:45am 1/08/13 8:45am

Brent Musburger Is A Bit Too Infatuated With A.J. McCarron's…

As often happens during boring, blowout bowl games, the cameras and commentary shifted tonight from the action on the field to the stands and Alabama QB A.J. McCarron's girlfriend Katherine Webb. Okay, sure, mention she goes to Auburn and how scandalous that is—that's normal. ESPN announcer Brent Musberger, though,… » 1/07/13 9:17pm 1/07/13 9:17pm

Was Knute Rockne Killed By The Mob? Tracing The Origins Of One Of The…

On the morning of March 31, 1931, TWA Flight 599, en route from Kansas City to Los Angeles, fell out of the sky over the Flint Hills of central Kansas, near the community of Bazaar. Farmers on the ground reported hearing a bang before the right wing snapped off, sending the plane into a dive. All eight people on board… » 1/07/13 5:10pm 1/07/13 5:10pm

New Orleans Police Are Officially Looking For The Teabagger

New Orleans cops now believe an act of sexual battery has occurred in the Krystal teabagging incident, and are seeking the public's help in finding a "person of interest." WWL has the full wanted poster, while the Times-Picayune reports police won't say if the victim is cooperating. WVUE in New Orleans spoke with Baton… » 1/18/12 6:20pm 1/18/12 6:20pm

NSFW: An Alabama Fan Teabagged A Passed-Out LSU Fan At The Bourbon…

Those of us un/fortunate enough to have visited the Krystal restaurant at the mouth of Bourbon Street in New Orleans know it's a place where the occasionally odd, bizarre, or criminal events take place. We don't know which of these this incident is, if not all three. That's especially given that some people are… » 1/15/12 3:10pm 1/15/12 3:10pm

The Crying Alabama Fan Gets The Last Laugh

You do remember the crying Bama fan, don't you? Dressed like Bear Bryant, a blonde sorority girl on his arm, moved to tears by an overtime loss in the Game of the Century. He headed down to New Orleans this weekend, where he was recognized by an LSU fan who just happened to have a blown up photo of him as a poster. » 1/10/12 10:45am 1/10/12 10:45am

Let's Go To The Studio, Where It's Jimmy With Keggy And The Gang

Considering that FOX has barely showed any college football this year and therefore has no established halftime "in the studio" team, we were curious how they would handle last night, which after all was the supposed biggest game of the year. We admire their conclusion: They just picked two retired players who were the… » 1/09/07 2:45pm 1/09/07 2:45pm