Category Archives: college

Report: Robert Griffin III Is Going Pro

From SportsGrid The 2012 NFL Draft won’t have Matt Barkley, but those teams who need a quarterback and don’t find themselves with Andrew Luck on draft day will apparently have another pretty damn good one to pursue. This report from … Continue reading

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Texas A&M lineman killed in car crash

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP)  Texas A&M senior offensive lineman Joseph Villavisencio has been killed in a car accident, according to the university. Witness reports say that Villavisencio swerved to avoid a buzzard and veered head-on into the path of an 18-wheeler … Continue reading

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Robert Griffin III Presents A Heisman Winning ‘Top 10′ List On Letterman

From SportsGrid Robert Griffin III is coming off the ultimate high, having won the 2011 Heisman Trophy this weekend. Now, it’s time for him to do the whole media circuit, which includes a spot on tonight’s “Late Show With David Letterman,” where … Continue reading

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TCU’s Players Run A Misdirection Play With An Empty Gatorade Bucket, Then Soak Their Coach With The Real Thing

From SportsGrid In perhaps the most ingenius instance of Gatorade soaking we’ve ever seen, TCU players showered coach Gary Patterson after initially faking him out with an empty bucket on Saturday. The Horned Frogs clobbered UNLV, 56-9, and won their third … Continue reading

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Kevin Sumlin is Overrated as a Top Coaching Candidate

From Larry Brown Sports Kevin Sumlin is one of the hottest names when it comes to head coaching vacancies in college football. Between Arizona State, UCLA, and Texas A&M (who just fired Mike Sherman), someone is going to pay him … Continue reading

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Amazon Users Reacted Strongly To Jerry Sandusky’s Unfortunately-Titled Autobiography

From Sports Grid Remember a week ago, when a comment frenzy erupted below an ESPN.com post about Tim Tebow with a near-constant flow of “[x] > Tebow comments,” to the point people started calling it OccupyTebow? Well, we might never see … Continue reading

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Did you know they can take points off the board in college football for excessive celebration?

From Sports Grid   So far LSU has dominated Florida today. It looked like the Tigers were going to jump ahead 21-0 in the 1st quarter when Les Miles called for what was at the time a successful fake punt resulting … Continue reading

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Navy Comeback Wiped Out by Unsportsmanlike Penalty, Was it Fair?

From Larry Brown Sports:   More often than football fans would like, exhuberance is often mistaken for unsportsmanlike behavior. Egregious celebrations aside, players should have a little wiggle room to be excited. The good news is that they usually get … Continue reading

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This Is How A Football Program In Peril Says, “Please Save Us”

From Sports Grid The latest chapter in the inevitable “Texas A&M leaves the Big 12 goes to the SEC” saga happened this morning, when the SEC officially announced it voted to let Texas A&M in as the conference’s newest member. … Continue reading

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Eyes of Texas are not on Longhorn Network when it launches

  Apparently, there was less than expected viewership when the Longhorn Network debuted last night. The controversial Longhorn Network launched Friday night with much fanfare and a limited audience due to an inability line up distribution partners. Verizon was the … Continue reading

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