With the NFL Draft approaching and the NFL Combine underway, one question looms over the proceedings: who will the Texans take with the first overall… Continue Reading »
It’s funny—except not actually funny—just how much reverence the Southeastern Conference (SEC) commands in the eyes of the college football community.
This is a fairly ridiculous thing to say, seeing as the SEC has won the last seven national championships, but the sort of adulation the SEC gets can be a bit grating. When the Pac-12 eats itself alive in conference play, it’s called mediocrity; when the SEC does so, it’s called depth.
I’m not going to pretend I’m happy that Stanford couldn’t even sell out its 50,000-seater stadium for the Pac-12 Championship Game on Friday, but there is something deliciously anti-establishment in the fact that, on merit alone, a school that wouldn’t normally get picked for even one BCS bowl is going to be heading to its third in three years.
By Wyndam Makowsky and Alex Romanczuk With Boise State’s loss, Stanford, as long as it beats Oregon State today, seems to hold pole position for… Continue Reading »