Monthly Archives: September 2012

Texas A&M, Mizzou Notes

by David Syvertsen     (you can follow him on Twitter) Texas A&M and Missouri were given their respective welcome parties to the toughest conference in college football this past weekend.  I watched, and re-watched these game and have some opening thoughts … Continue reading

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MAQB – Football is Back

By NFL Gimpy     (follow him on Twitter…he’s lonely) Football is finally back! If you’re like me, you sat on your couch from about noon until midnight only getting up for food, beer, and bathroom breaks. At about 4pm I realized … Continue reading

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By The Numbers – Week 1

Here are some of the top performances by draft eligible players. 

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College Football Preview – Week 2

by David Syvertsen          (follow him on Twitter) ·      Friday night will be my first look at the top defensive tackle in the country this year.  Star Lotulelei of Utah is being projected as a top 5 pick next spring.  At 6’4/320, he has the … Continue reading

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Draft Notes From Week 1

* Michigan SS Jordan Kovacs is one of my favorite CFB players.  He’s a former walk-on with more heart than raw talent, but he’s developed into a good college player.  Kovacs is 6-0, 202.  He is a good run defender … Continue reading

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MAQB – Season Predictions

by NFL Gimpy          (follow him on Twitter) Sorry for the late column, I put a lot of time into making some bad predictions. I’m not always a fan of these type of columns because the chances your predictions will be … Continue reading

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College Football Preview – #1

by David Syvertsen The top one on one matchup this weekend will reside at NC State on Friday night when the Wolfpack take on the Tennessee Volunteers.  Junior wide receiver Justin Hunter makes his return to the field for the first time … Continue reading

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