Archive for September, 2011

Friday Ramblings

By Posted on: September 30th, 2011 in Football Comments Off

It’s not quite Friday as I prepare for this weeks edition. I run across THIS, and see a remarkable signal of just how strong the SEC is against the rest of our college football society. In continuing revelations of the predators, and the many shady dealings of their trade(seeKenny Rogers) we are discovering just how much some coaches Continue Story…

Battles with South Carolina.

By Posted on: September 29th, 2011 in Football Comments Off
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War Eagle, everybody! It’s hard to believe September is nearly at an end. This weekend, Auburn’s October meat-grinder begins in Columbia, South Carolina against the Gamecocks. South Carolina looks for their first win over Auburn in 77 years. The Tigers must find a way to slow down a veteran offense, and generate points. The TV Continue Story…

TET Pick Em Results–Week Four

By Posted on: September 29th, 2011 in Football Comments Off
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Week Four was a tough one, with Luker87 winning with 17 points. Still no one has managed to score over 20. After four weeks and throwing out your worst three, your score now is your highest one week total. No we start to go up dramatically and put some distance between the entrants. Twenty-two games on the slate Continue Story…

President Loftin’s Letter to A&M Faithful

By Posted on: September 28th, 2011 in News Comments Off
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Below is a letter from the President of Texas A&M University, to the Students, Faculty and Staff, regarding the Aggies joining the South Eastern Conference. In it Dr. Loftin explains why he feels A&M is a good fit for the SEC. The letter is provided here as a reference to those points as well as to the enthuisam the Continue Story…

Good News For Texas A&M Presents Scheduling Dilemma For SEC

By Posted on: September 28th, 2011 in News Comments Off
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SEC Commissioner Mike Slive attended a college pep rally Monday in a place that just two years ago most people could’ve never guessed he would be standing. The location was College Station, Texas. After months of speculation, threats of law suits, and negotiations; Slive was in College Station to attend a Texas size celebration of the announcement Continue Story…

Around the SEC This Week

By Posted on: September 26th, 2011 in Football Comments Off
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There’s nothing like a good cupcake to allow you to watch a lot of other games on a Saturday night even while your team is on. That’s not to say that I gave up on the Tigers Saturday, that’s not true. But I did find myself flipping back and forth between the USC-Vandy and LSU-WVU games Continue Story…

A Weekend of Ugly College Football

By Posted on: September 26th, 2011 in Football Comments Off

As far as memorable college football weekends go, this past one is likely to be forgotten quickly. On second glance, it was probably a good time to do some final summer yard work. With downright boring contests (see Auburn/FAU) and unexpected blowouts, a weekend of marquee matchups turned into snoozers. Here are some general thoughts Continue Story…

Saturday College Football Television Schedule

By Posted on: September 26th, 2011 in Football Comments Off

Saturday, October 1st Air Force at Navy 11:00 a.m. CBS (HD) / cbssports.com Arkansas vs. Texas A&M 11:00 a.m. ESPN (HD) / espn3 Minnesota at Michigan 11:00 a.m. BTN (HD) Mississippi State at Georgia 11:00 a.m. Fox Sports South / ESPN-GP / espn3 Northwestern at Illinois 11:00 a.m. ESPN2 (HD) / espn3 Penn State at Continue Story…