Archive for July, 2009

College Football Pre-Season Extravaganza

July 31, 2009
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Ladies and Gentlemen – Your wait is over….. The 2009 Edition of the College Football Preseason Extravaganza is here….. You didn’t really believe your Favorite College Football Prognosticator would leave you hanging did you? This year we have a lot to cover and two additional conferences to review. So you will have three different installments of the Preseason Extravaganza. Your follow on installment will be out next Friday…. So my dear readers…. Please place...

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The NCAA and Racial Profiling

July 29, 2009
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The NCAA and Racial Profiling

Ladies and Gentlemen – With all the talk recently in the news about racial profiling, It occurred to me that the NCAA has done just that recently in Chattanooga, Tennessee. I know it’s painful my friends but we simply must address it. I am sure we will all find this a “teachable moment…” So please read on…

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Rivalries and Grudges Part II

July 24, 2009
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Rivalries and Grudges Part II

Ladies and Gentlemen – Let’s face it…. When it comes to college football…. We dearly love to hate each other…. Now I am not throwing rocks at anybody…. I am right there with you…. EDITORS NOTE: For those readers that don’t think this section applies to you… Don’t make me say that “one” word that will remind you of your hated rival and make your head pop off. Because I will do it…

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U$C and the NCAA

July 22, 2009
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U$C and the NCAA

My friends I know that I have exhausted many of you by constantly discussing and rehashing the NCAA “Investigation” into Reggie Bush and the Southern California Trojans. Some of you have suggested that I “just let it go….” Others have asked, “Where’s the evidence?”

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2009 Heisman Trophy Winner

July 20, 2009
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Ladies and Gentlemen – You read that correctly…. The 2009 Heisman Trophy Winner…. Let me give you a quick glimpse this Monday….. Into the upcoming edition of the 2009 College Football Preseason Extravaganza…

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Weekly College Football News

July 17, 2009
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Weekly College Football News

Ladies and Gentlemen – We have a lot of college football news to discuss from Tallahassee to Tacoma…. So let’s get to it…..

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College Football Commentary

July 13, 2009
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The NCAA & NAACP versus The Atlantic Coast Conference You may not have read the latest college football news last week….. The issue I am going to discuss…. Was skipped over by most of the major sports news networks…. The NCAA and NAACP are working together… To punish the states of South Carolina and Mississippi….. You are probably asking yourself…. “They must have done some thing really illegal….right?” Wrong….

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College Football Traditions

July 10, 2009
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College Football Traditions

Ladies and Gentlemen – Way before criminal elements flashed hand signs to identify their affiliations…. The members of the Southwest Conference had established identifying hand signs for their respective teams and most if not all the fans of the universities have kept the tradition alive. Clearly this practice of indentifying one another with hand signs is not unique to the members of the former Southwest Conference, but they did perfect the practice.

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Hootie’s Corner

July 7, 2009
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Hootie’s Corner

Hey everybody, it’s your ole buddy Hootie Snitch! In case any of yawl is just now a reading this, I am… The Number Damn One Tennessee Volunteer Fan on the Planet! All of us Snitch’s and Ratt’s (on my momma’s side) is all Volunteer fans… We drool Orange and White… It’s True! In fact I hear we is even related to Coach Phil Fulmer… Cause everybody says he is a Ratt and a Snitch…...

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Independence Day Commentary

July 4, 2009
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Ladies and Gentlemen – Today we celebrate a day when brave and courageous men took it upon themselves to risk everything they had but their honor and integrity… To break away from a tyrant and his dictatorial rule to form a confederation of like minded individuals that desired freedom. Freedom….. It’s a beautiful word isn’t it? A lot of people have given everything to have it….. Not for themselves…. But for future generations…

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