The NCAA’s decision to allow Jeremiah Masoli to play in 2010 goes against the principles of fair play.
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John Mitchell: It’s finally here. This is my favorite time of the year and college football is ready to begin. I hope you enjoyed our conference previews. As always, Zach Bigalke and Matt Strobl are joining me in our first in-season edition of the tailgater. Zach Bigalke: We were already treated to a real thriller last night [...]
The North Carolina Tarheels will be severely short-handed when they take on LSU in the 2010 opener.
When EA Sports released NCAA Football 11 this last month I was stoked. This is one of two games that I have owned every year for the last 10+ years. The other being Tiger Woods golf. You can find the review of this years edition of that game here. I can never get enough of [...]
NTSF 100: Celebrating a century with cycling news, a non-traditional take on college football and more…
So it’s been a crazy journey over the past couple years. When I sat down at FanNation in March 2008 — prodded by a friend on the site to write a weekly article for one of his groups — and penned the first edition of A Non-Traditional Sports Fan in America, I was simply setting [...]
All those teams in the five conferences without an auto-qualifier to the BCS have some big shoes to fill, after 2009 gave us the first chance ever to see two teams bust into the BCS. Of course, the powers that be felt it necessary to protect the sanctity of the six BCS conferences, and decided [...]
Zach Bigalke: Welcome back to another preseason edition of The Tailgaterhere at Sports Nickel, everyone. We’re down to our last BCS conference to discuss, the smallest of the bunch. It’s time to move on to the Big East, and with me as per usual are fellow college football analysts Matt Strobl and John Mitchell. Matt [...]