Mountain Sports You Must Try

When most people look at a mountain they just see a monstrous insurmountable obstacle. It is true that is what most mountains are, but there really is much more to them under the surface. The mountains around you are not only beautiful, but they can provide hours and hours of fun and entertainment. This is […]

Adverse Effects of Gambling Addiction on College Students

We are not going to discuss whether gamblish is good or not. People decide for themselves how to spend their lives and money. However, gambling addiction is without any question a terrible thing, and can have strong effects on people, especially students. We have collected a list of adverse effects gambling addiction can have on […]

Tips for writing best dissertation essay

Creating an interest in a title that is completely material with the assigned class curriculum and curriculum. The most important thing to remember is to start researching papers at the beginning. Reading recent critical articles and dissertation articles on certain topics will ensure that your thoughts are cut out as well as possible. It is […]

Conference championship games are historically duds and should be replaced by an 8-team playoff

Theoretically, conference championship games should be awesome. In a 27-hour period, you’re essentially assured four top 25 games that have major College Football Playoff implications. Should be fun, right? Except it’s definitely not and historically, that’s always been the case. We’ll get into that in just a minute, but I’m guessing many of you awesome […]

We’re changing our name and our look

The Student Section is now flying under The Comeback banner as the official go-to resource on the network for college sports coverage. The Student Section has been a staple of The Comeback Network’s efforts to provide unique and high-quality college sports content since the site launched in 2014. Since taking over for the site’s predecessor, […]

Five things to watch this spring in the SEC

The hopes and dreams of the college football world have been renewed. We are just days away from spring football practice kicking off for the majority of college football. This means all win-loss records have been re-set. Everybody is now undefeated. During the Nick Saban era, the SEC has been about Alabama and then everybody […]

President Trump declines invitation to fill out NCAA Tournament bracket on ESPN

It had been a yearly tradition under the Obama Administration, but appears to be dead in the Trump Administration. That was the filling out of the NCAA Tournament bracket. Under Barack Obama, the President would fill out both a men’s and women’s tournament bracket. President Donald Trump will do no such thing this March. [link_box […]

Brent Musburger’s agent brother: Brent not forced out at ABC/ESPN, mysterious new venture to be fully disclosed on Monday

The sports blogosphere nearly collapsed upon itself Wednesday morning with news that legendary broadcaster Brent Musburger is leaving ABC/ESPN next week and the subsequent speculation that his departure is connected to Musburger’s latest controversy: wishing Oklahoma’s Joe Mixon “a wonderful career” during the recent Sugar Bowl telecast after video footage of the running back assaulting a […]

2016-17 Bowl Grades: December 30th-January 9th

It has now been a week since the bowl games have ended, which means it is time for college football fans everywhere (except in Clemson, South Carolina) to start to put the season to bed and finish recapping it. While everyone looks back at the season, I prefer to look back at how each team […]

2016-17 Bowl Grades: December 26th-29th

It has now been a week since the bowl games have ended, which means it is time for college football fans everywhere (except in Clemson, South Carolina) to start to put the season to bed and finish recapping it. While everyone looks back at the season, I prefer to look back at how each team […]

2016-17 Bowl Grades: December 17th-24th

It has now been a week since the bowl games have ended, which means it is time for college football fans everywhere (except in Clemson, South Carolina) to start to put the season to bed and finish recapping it. While everyone looks back at the season, I prefer to look back at how each team […]

Faster, faster! 3 proposals to reduce length of college football games

Does watching college football need to be a four-hour commitment? How can games be shortened? Monday night’s College Football Playoff national championship game between Clemson and Alabama was one of the most dramatic, exciting sporting events of this century. It had everything you would want in a big game and then some. The only problem was […]

Top 20 college football games to look forward to next season

The first weekend without college football since last August is now upon us, which begins the toughest part of any college football fan’s year: the long wait until the next season is played. With the conclusion of the College Football Playoff national championship game, it will take just under eight months until we see actual […]

Despite loss, the Alabama Crimson Tide had an outstanding season

Even though the Alabama Crimson Tide didn’t win the national championship, the team still had an outstanding season. It also has a very bright future ahead of it. Please note that I’m not suggesting that this loss won’t sting throughout the offseason. It certainly will. The Tide took a 14-point lead in the second quarter, […]

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