Tonight Is Probably Your Last Chance To Watch Chip Kelly's Oregon Ducks. Don't Miss It.

If you believe the reports, one of the most captivating eras in recent college football history ends tonight. Chip Kelly will coach Oregon against Kansas State in the Fiesta Bowl, and then he'll interview for NFL head-coaching jobs (chats with Philly, Cleveland, and Buffalo are scheduled so far), and then, presumably,… »1/03/13 7:35pm

Deshazor Everett's Name And His Interception To Beat Alabama Are Equally Fantastic

As subplots go, the Alabama-Texas A&M game had an unexpected one from the end of the first quarter through the tense final minute: an errant extra point. Up until the decisive few seconds, when a Bama penalty on an Aggies punt killed the dregs of game clock, there lingered the question of whether the huge early… »11/10/12 8:05pm

643 Rushing Yards And 10 Touchdowns Make For A Pretty Solid Birthday

What was your eighteenth birthday like? Mine was my first day of college: After four hours by car (we got lost), uncomfortable goodbyes, and eons of totally disorienting orientation activities, I went to a party and lost in beer pong, without hitting a cup, to two girls. I don't specifically recall how my teammate and… »9/15/12 11:00am

Alex Trebek Calling College Football Highlights Is Strangely Calming

Solid Verbal presents the highlights of an Oregon-Stanford game, called by Jeopardy's Alex Trebek. The man stays remarkably calm throughout the close game; with Stanford down 45-31 and just over two minutes to play, he somberly tells his viewers, "in crisis mode, it's all going to come down to this, isn't it." Yes,… »3/22/11 6:30pm

College Football Preview: Y'all Better Recognize Joe Pa Wants His Daps, Yo

The eyes of the college football world shift to Nashville, Tennessee this weekend where the mighty Vanderbilt Commodores will be hosting Auburn. This is a huge game for Vandy. The last time they beat Auburn was 1955, the same year that Rosa Parks instituted her bus boycott in Montgomery. Yep, black people couldn't… »10/03/08 11:45am

Bob Griese Sets A New Standard for Announcing Objectivity By Waving Purdue Flag During "Shout"

ESPN/ABC assigned Bob Griese, a Purdue alum, to call the Purdue-Oregon game this weekend. On Friday we posted that Erin Andrews felt the need to defend her objectivity after the Florida-Miami game »9/15/08 2:15pm. Well, it should be interesting to see what the response is from Bob Griese after he took a Purdue flag and waved it…