1. Pat White Will Usher the Spread-Option into the NFL

    When Miami’s implementation of the Wildcat series took the NFL by storm in 2008, I couldn’t help but chuckle.Suddenly, NFL analysts had to explain why it worked, and they discovered some good reasons...

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  2. Is Auburn's Bobby Lowder on the Comeback?

    If you ever want to make a die hard Auburn fan swear, there are two words that do it nearly every time. I mean, besides "Bear Bryant" or "Crimson Tide." Try "Bobby Lowder". Lowder is more than just an Auburn booster...

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  3. Analyzing Tim Tebow's "Slow" Release

    One of the major complaints about Tim Tebow by those who say he won't make it in the NFL is that he has a slow release. This critique is related to the charge that he has poor mechanics...

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  4. Clarifying What a "Spread Offense" Entails

    While reading the excellent interview Bruins Nation had with Rick Neuheisel, I came upon the final question of part one...

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  5. Gator Football Spring Practice: Week 1 Review

    The Offense Florida is experimenting with a fast-paced, uptempo offense. It is partially a result of seeing Kevin Wilson's Oklahoma offense in the national title game and partially a result of seeing Kevin Wilson's Northwestern offense in 2001...

    David Wunderlich Written by David Wunderlich about over 5 years ago 1,340 reads 7 comments

  6. The Florida-Era Steve Spurrier Is Officially Gone

    The Florida-era Steve Spurrier is completely gone. I don’t say that lightly, especially because of how big a part of my childhood he was. My first time at the Swamp was the ’89 Florida-Kentucky game when I was four...

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  7. The Oakland Raiders Put the University of Tennessee On Notice

    "As you are undoubtedly aware, Mr. Kiffin is involved in arbitration with the Raiders. Not withstanding the fact that Mr...

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  8. Five Things You Should Consider When Filling Out Your Bracket

    It’s almost bracket picking time, and everyone has a system or a theory to help them out. Regardless of your system, consider these historical trends while you’re picking your winners...

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  9. Alabama Is in Trouble, But Is It Really That Bad?

    In a turn of events that would surprise no one, Alabama found itself in hot water with the NCAA. The Tide has undeniably had some problems with staying on the right side of Myles Brand in recent history...

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  10. SEC Football: Five Things I Love

    Recently, ESPN's SEC blogger Chris Low did a list of five things he loves and hates about SEC football. It seemed like a good idea, so here are my votes on what I love...

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  11. How I Would Explain the BCS to Mack Brown

    Texas head coach Mack Brown is bringing in some BCS experts to explain the system to him and his players. Since the BCS poll was used as the Big 12 divisional tiebreaker (and that system ...

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  12. How To Set Up the Perfect Option Play

    As unbelievable as it would have sounded in 1996, Florida has turned into one of the best option football teams in the country. The Gators use it about as effectively as anyone else, and it is a major part of the offense...

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  13. College Football's Points Per Drive in 2008

    Perhaps the most important thing you can do in football is to maximize the return of your offensive possessions. You only get so many per game, and you don’t fully control how many you get...

    David Wunderlich Written by David Wunderlich about over 5 years ago 770 reads 15 comments

  14. A Final Word on Pace in 2008 College Football

    The past four days I’ve posted topics on how pace affected football in 2008. The primary impetus for doing the series was to put Oklahoma and Tulsa in their proper historical context...

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  15. 2008 College Football Scoring at Oklahoma's Pace

    Pace was one of the hot button issues in the 2008 college football season. Oklahoma's highly publicized switch to a fast-paced offense in reaction to the new clock rules was the major reason for it...

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  16. 2008 College Football Yardage at Oklahoma's Pace

    Pace was one of the hot button issues in the 2008 college football season. Oklahoma's highly publicized switch to a fast-paced offense in reaction to the new clock rules was the major reason for it...

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  17. 2008 College Football Scoring Adjusted for Pace

    Pace was one of the hot button issues in the 2008 college football season. Oklahoma’s highly publicized switch to a fast paced offense in reaction to the new clock rules was the major reason for it...

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  18. 2008 College Football Yardage Adjusted for Pace

    Pace was one of the hot button issues of the 2008 college football season. Oklahoma's highly publicized switch to a fast-paced offense in reaction to the new clock rules was the major reason for it...

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  19. Lane Kiffin's Speech Wasn't Just for Tennessee Fans

    This is going to be the last thing I write about Lane Kiffin, until SEC media days. Or until he opens his mouth again. Unless, I write something about USC from earlier in the decade...

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  20. South Florida Football Team to Travel via Vespa Scooters in 2009

    College football as a whole was able to sustain itself quite nicely in 2008, despite the overall down economy. Some analysts even proclaimed college football to be “recession proof”; ...

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  21. Tim Tebow: The Future Of the NFL?

    If you had any doubts about how big a profile Tim Tebow has earned within football circles, have a look at this video from the sidelines of this year’s Super Bowl: On ...

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  22. Lane Kiffin: Kickin' Ant Piles and Takin' Names

    One of the endemic problems in Tennessee’s football program over the past few years was a lack of excitement and interest...

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  23. A Look Back at Florida's 2005 Football Recruiting Class

    National Signing Day is tomorrow, and the recruitniks are restless with excitement. I've already gone over why I don't follow recruiting closely, but the main reason why I don't go ...

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  24. Grading My 2008 College Football Predictions

    Before I get into much that looks forward to 2009, I figure it's worth taking a look at how I did with my 2008 predictions to see what I can learn from it...

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  25. Gator Football Team Sets Record In The Classroom

    The Gator football team has not just experienced a renaissance on the football field over the past four years, the team grade point average has either increased or remained steady every season under Urban Meyer's watch as well...

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