What A Game!

January 5, 2010
By K. Becks

I’ve read some articles that suggest that last night’s Fiesta Bowl was a boring game, in which neither team really played that well. Well, I’m sorry that a 17-10 game that came down to TCU’s final possession wasn’t good enough for those writers. I still think that people will look back on this game...
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The Separate But Equal Bowl

January 4, 2010
By K. Becks

Yep. That’s right. That’s exactly what this game is. Look at the records: 13-0 vs. 12-0. Bitterness aside, a great game in tonight’s Fiesta Bowl is just what playoff protesters want. If the only game featuring two “mid-major” football programs turns out being the best BCS game this year, then the questions about fairness...
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What’s The Logic In This?

January 2, 2010
By K. Becks

Today, we have five bowl games, none of which are BCS games. What exactly were the bowl executives thinking when the scheduled the Papajohns.com bowl the day after New Years? Here’s a rule of thumb; if you’re playing your bowl game after January 1st and it isn’t being played somewhere in Florida, then you’re...
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Happy New Year!

January 1, 2010
By K. Becks

Yesterday I went a respectable 3-2 picking the bowl games. I was very surprised and impressed with the two service academies, not because they won, but because they easily won. Today, due to the fact that I pulled an all-nighter and don’t have the patience to write a long post, I will be giving...
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Thanks Again Pac-10

December 31, 2009
By K. Becks

Well, yesterday I was humbled. Bowling Green and Idaho put on an offensive show as I predicted, and it turned out to be the best finish in a bowl game this year. With that being said, I wasn’t too upset that Idaho won and cost me 18 points in the College Bowl Mania game....
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Big News; Good Day

December 30, 2009
By K. Becks

It’s official; Texas Tech football coach Mike Leach has been fired. If you haven’t heard the story about Leach, you are probably living under a rock. This story has totally shifted the focus from Urban Meyer to Leach and the Texas Tech football program, and for the next few days the media will continue...
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