Posts Tagged ‘ 2016 college football playoffs ’

The Championship Picks

January 4, 2017
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The Championship Picks

Ladies and Gentlemen – We have waited for this all season….. It’s time to determine a Champion. Tighten those chin straps. It all comes down to one game. Enjoy….

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College Football Bowl Picks Part III

December 28, 2016
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College Football Bowl Picks Part III

Ladies and Gentlemen – I hope you all survived your respective holidays… By now the Christmas and Hanukkah wrapping and the boxes have all been discarded and the last of your Aunt Regina’s “Turkey Surprise Casserole” has been sent through the garbage disposal. And if your cousin Jimmy slipped any of that putrid concoction to any of the family pets I can assume you also have a carpet cleaner to return before New Years...

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2016 College Football Bowl Picks

December 13, 2016
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2016 College Football Bowl Picks

Ladies and Gentlemen – Your “Part I” of the 2016 College Football Bowl Picks along with the remainder of “The CFB Wizard College Football Awards” are awaiting you on this “Special Edition” from Your Favorite College Football Prognosticator. Consider it an early Christmas gift….. You Are Welcome America

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The Last College Football Picks of 2016

December 8, 2016
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The Last College Football Picks of 2016

Ladies and Gentlemen – Please don’t let the title disturb you, or send you diving head first into the anxiety pool. There is still the upcoming 2016 Bowl games and College Football Playoffs to report on, so don’t head to the spiked Eggnog just yet. Just take a deep breath, settle back in your favorite chair. The CFB Wizard will keep you informed and entertained until the final whistle sounds on the 2016 College...

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Hypocrisy at its Finest

December 7, 2016
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Hypocrisy at its Finest

Ladies and Gentlemen – The truth is we can all at one time or another find ourselves to be hypocrites. It’s true, you know it and I know it. But the funny thing about hypocrisy is others can see through it easily in most cases, especially when the issue is placed under the bright lights of a grand stage. Let’s take the College Football Playoff Committee for example…

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