By MIKE HERNDON If the past week was any indication, we’re in for another heck of a season of college football. We are only a handful of games into the 2022 season and already, we’ve had at least three classics…. Read More ›
Aranda’s success is a lesson that we don’t have to settle for the boundaries of our comfort zones. It doesn’t always take an alpha to lead. Just someone who knows how to climb out of the pit.
Sooner or later, people are going to learn that predicting the end of the Alabama dynasty is a losing proposition as long as Nick Saban remains on the sideline
LSU head coach Ed Orgeron must feel the heat coming into his kitchen after losing to Auburn in Death Valley this past Saturday. This loss, plus coming up short against the “sissy blue shirts”, makes two with the bulk of… Read More ›
It will be more than skill and success at their chosen sport that turns college athletes into successful marketing machines. The athletes who really cash in on name, image and likeness will use something much more powerful – their personalities.
Part of the fun of sports fandom is arguing about which teams and players and conferences are the best. But we still need to be honest with ourselves about the tools we use to make those arguments.
Pining for the BCS because of the irregularities of an unprecedented, pandemic-shortened season is wrong-headed and short-sighted.
Within the last few weeks, stands taken by two athletes have led to changes that have been so long in coming that some thought they might never happen. So much for shutting up and dribbling.
By MIKE HERNDON Let’s see if we can put this in terms you’ll all understand. Say there’s a popular New Year’s party that everyone wants to get invited to, but not everyone can. At this party, there’s a beer-chugging competition…. Read More ›
By MIKE HERNDON Why do we even bother to expend energy talking about “resumes” and “quality wins” while we breathlessly await the College Football Playoff rankings each week? The CFP selection committee keeps showing us, week after week and year… Read More ›