Category Archives: SEC

FCS Victories Over FBS: Bizarre World of Comparative Scores

By | January 5, 2016

In the bizarre world of comparative scores, two teams with FCS victories over FBS teams made a case for having been in the 2015 College Football Playoff. Well, I did say bizarre world.  But both Portland State and The Citadel would have made it all the way to the College Football Playoff, instead of Michigan State, if comparative… Read More »

The Citadel Caps 2015 Season’s FCS Victories over FBS

By | November 26, 2015

The Citadel capped the 2015 college football year of FCS victories over FBS teams winning at in-state, SEC and Power Five member, South Carolina. The 23-22 win gives the Bulldogs, of the Southern Conference, a tremendous head of steam going in to the 2015 FCS playoffs.  The Citadel plays at Coastal Carolina on Saturday in Conway, South Carolina,… Read More »

Mizzou Football Photos: Missouri Tigers Football Game Day

By | November 9, 2015

With Mizzou Football being in the news so much recently, here are some photos from two 2015 Missouri Tigers football game days at Faurot Field. Tower Club: Photos of the New Additions to the Mizzou Football Stadium in 2014

Tower Club: Photos of the New Additions to the Mizzou Football Stadium

By | October 23, 2014

Here are some photos of the new additions in 2014 to Memorial Stadium, home of Missouri Tigers Football.

What Mizzou Must Correct Against South Carolina

By | September 26, 2014

Missouri played their worst game of the season last Saturday against Indiana.  There are many things that need to be corrected if the Tigers are to have a chance this Saturday at South Carolina. Mizzou needs to step its game up against South Carolina from what it displayed against Indiana last Saturday in order to have a chance… Read More »

Three Formerly Downtrodden College Football Teams Look Like They May Be Better This Year

By | September 8, 2014

Memphis, UTEP and UAB have generally been down in football for what seems like forever.  It appears that those losing ways may be coming to an end. A change may be on the horizon for Memphis, UTEP and UAB.  These three teams have been card-carrying members of the downtrodden club for a very long time now.  Preseason prognosticators… Read More »

Notes from the First Week of College Football

By | September 4, 2014

Here are a few things that captured my attention in the first week of college football. Wisconsin v. LSU in Houston – Regardless of the much discussed weak Wisconsin rushing game in the second half, the passing numbers for Wisconsin for the whole game were a losing stat.  Eight of 24 for 50 yards and two interceptions will… Read More »