1. Tim Tebow of Florida Challenges the Record of Ohio State's Archie Griffin

    Ohio State: A grand program of the college gridiron, home of the only two-time Heisman Trophy Winner in Archie Griffin. It's taken 33 years, but along comes a legitimate candidate to match Archie's two awards...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about 6 years ago 771 reads 7 comments

  2. David Pearson Returns to Darlington's Southern 500 Racetrack

    Dateline Darlington, South Carolina, July 3, 2008 He was a master driver. You may count on one hand—and have fingers to spare—his equals in the six-decade history of NASCAR...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about 6 years ago 525 reads 2 comments

  3. Clemson to USA: Send More Females

    Dateline Clemson, South Carolina, July 3, 2008 Football player DeAndre McDaniel remained a student at Clemson after appearing Wednesday morning before the Student Judicial Board...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about 6 years ago 517 reads 5 comments

  4. Steve Spurrier, Can You Please Make South Carolina a Winner?

    For six seasons the South Carolina Gamecock faithful followed the adventures of Coach Lou Holtz. Described as a magician in more ways than one, he had captured a national title at Notre Dame before temporarily retiring to the television booth...

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  5. College Football: Ranking BCS Conferences By Title Games, 1998-2007

    The SEC has dominated the BCS era of college football with multiple champions of superior ability. The first BCS title was won by the SEC (Tennessee), and the most recent BCS title was won by the SEC (Louisiana State)...

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  6. Dale Earnhardt the Greatest Driver of 20th Century NASCAR?

    The discussion about who is currently the top driver in racing would lead to argument without end. Let's cross the finish line with the year 1999 and decide who was the best driver of the 20th century...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about 6 years ago 767 reads 9 comments

  7. Herschel Walker or Bo Jackson: Who Was the Better College Running Back?

    The Southeastern Conference has been home to many great running backs in its 65-year history, but two physical specimens stand out among the greats—Georgia's Herschel Walker and Auburn's Bo Jackson...

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  8. Jim Dunaway, the True Notorious Big

    He lived and thrived during the most exciting and saddest times of the 20th century, performing at the highest level against the top competition...

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  9. Ranking The 10 BCS Champions, Who Is Really The Best Of Alltime?

    Choose an objective system to rank the 10 BCS Winners. The system used here will be a breakdown of the points scored and points given up during the regular season giving us a margin of victory going into the title game...

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  10. Beyond The Forgotten Door, The Lost Boys of Football

    With the uproar concerning former Big East players Pacman Jones and Michael Vick, the news of a drug dealer on Alabama's football team, a woman beater on Clemson's team, and even problem players for Joe Paterno, it seems we should set the record straight.

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about 6 years ago 1,751 reads 8 comments

  11. Who Rules The 21st Century College Gridiron?

    Arguments abound concerning which team is the best of any decade. In the eight completed seasons of the 21st century, we have seen an ebb and flow of success among the top programs...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about 6 years ago 575 reads 9 comments

  12. Top Ten College Football Traditions Fans Love To Hate

    Did you ever notice how much the home team fans love their traditions in college football? Few activities inspire the crowd more than the familiar sight of what generation after generation holds as dear to the old Alma Mater...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about over 6 years ago 45,522 reads 94 comments

  13. Laziness Is Keeping Shoeless Joe Jackson Out of the Hall of Fame

    Will someone please correct the madness of not allowing Joe Jackson into the Hall of Fame. The acceptance of nonsense as truth has gone on for too many years...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about over 6 years ago 645 reads 5 comments

  14. An American Controversy: The Legend of Bear Bryant, Fact or Fiction?

    So much has been written and said regarding this American Icon that it is difficult to separate fact from fiction. The following is taken from quoted and misquoted items during his career...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about over 6 years ago 5,034 reads 5 comments

  15. The NBA All-time Defensive Team

    Although Russell looks helpless to stop Wilt in the attached photo, it seems that Russell is the greatest post and off the ball defender in history. Russell's defense could change the outcome of a game and in fact set the table for a dynasty...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about over 6 years ago 2,373 reads 4 comments

  16. Top Five Villains of the NBA

    The 1950s and '60s produced the most ruggedly competitive NBA matchups between men fighting for a paycheck. The '70s and '80s produced a violent, and often dangerous, brand of competition...

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