Don Johnson wrote a new college football project called “Score”

Grantland had a Q&A with Don Johnson, yeah the Miami Vice guy, and he dropped some interesting news about an upcoming college football project that he wrote and will be acting in. Here’s what Johnson had to say about the upcoming project… It’s called Score and it’s set in the ’80s, and it’s about the rise of […]

HUNH: Crootin, Swag and QB worth

After a week off we are back to take a look around the world of college football and check out some of the biggest stories, best content (and sometimes worst), videos and opinions here in our weekly Hurry Up No Huddle around college football. Let’s start off with some “absurb” recruiting tactics from Sports Illustrated. […]

The Best of Mike Leach’s Reddit AMA

In 2012, Mike Leach did an interesting AMA (Ask Me Anything) on Reddit. He was back at it yesterday. You can read through the full AMA here, but here are some of the more interesting questions and answers from the session… Question: I know you are big history buff, if you had to fill your coaching […]

Baylor’s new tailgating area will make you jealous

In 2013, the Baylor Bears said goodbye to Floyd Casey Stadium after 64 years. McLane Stadium is in the process of being built with hope that it will be ready for the 2014 season opener. So what happens to Floyd Casey? According to this tweet from Baylor football, they taking some of the turf and […]

Building a Program: Kennesaw State and the off-season

Over the last several months we’ve been following a start-up college football program, the Kennesaw State Owls, and watching their story as it develops in front of our eyes. In February, they landed their first recruiting class. In March, they held try-outs in hopes of finding some diamonds in the rough. In April, we took […]

Who wins the SEC East: Georgia or South Carolina?

Missouri won the SEC East last season but the three previous years it was won by either Georgia or South Carolina and, at least on paper, they look like the teams to beat again this season. A recent Athlon Sports round-table I took part in asked the question “Georgia or South Carolina: Who Wins the […]

Bloguin around college football (5/19)

It’s Monday and that means it’s time to take a look around the Bloguin family of sites and see what they are talking about….. Let’s start off with a name that some may remember, Gunner Kiel. He’s bounced around a lot for a guy who has yet to make his mark on a college football […]

The curious case of the Georgia secondary

In 2013, the Georgia secondary ranked ninth in the SEC in passing yardage allowed. Sometimes stats don’t tell the whole story and in this case those stats might even have made the Bulldogs secondary sound better than it was. In fairness, the secondary for Georgia was extremely young in 2013 and we saw this from […]

Can Ole Miss overtake LSU in the SEC West?

Hugh Freeze has made some noise at Ole Miss since his arrival and has them on the uptick. With back-to-back winning seasons and bowl berths, the Rebels are looking to continue to climb the ladder in the SEC West. The LSU Tigers are a team that will have a tremendous changeover on offense this season […]

The growing problem of undrafted underclassmen

This past weekend 38 out of the 98 underclassmen (players with college eligibility remaining) that declared for the NFL Draft went undrafted. Among this list were quite a few big names like Adrian Hubbard (Alabama), Henry Josey (Missouri), Loucheiz Purifoy (Florida), Kelcy Quarles (South Carolina), James Wilder Jr (FSU), Kapri Bibbs (Colorado State), Brendan Bigelow (Cal), Isaiah […]

Bloguin around college football (5/12)

It’s Monday and that means it’s time to take a look around the Bloguin family of sites and see what they are talking about….. Dale Newton of The Duck Stops Here takes a look at some horrific news surrounding some Oregon student athletes and ask the tough questions about the Athletic Department. [story link] Over […]

Six ways to make the NFL Draft more entertaining

I am a huge college football fan and I enjoy the idea of the NFL Draft but let’s face it, unless you are a hardcore NFL fan, it’s just not very fun to watch. Here are five ways to make the NFL Draft, and specifically the coverage of the NFL Draft, more fun…. Guest Hosts […]