1. College Football Predictions: Baby's Losers For Week Four

    Baby's Losers 1. Miami @ Virginia Tech The coming-out party for Jacory Harris of the Hurricanes is temporarily put on hold in the confines of Blacksburg...

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  2. College Football's 11 Best 11s: Down Goes Southern California

    The Southern California Trojans defeated Ohio State last week for the second consecutive season. This past Saturday, the Men of Troy dropped their game following the Ohio State victory for the second consecutive season...

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  3. College Football Reality Lesson: Curb Your Enthusiasm

    The magic number for many college football fans can only be located between zero and two. There is a rising belief among some followers of the game that anything less than a championship for their team is a disappointing season...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about almost 5 years ago 1,443 reads 39 comments

  4. College Football Predictions: Baby's Losers for Week Three

    The second week of the season gave college football fans several reasons to remember why the game is so beloved despite the fact the entire personnel of your favorite team changes every four years...

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  5. College Football's 11 Best 11s: A House Divided Cannot Stand

    "A House Divided Cannot Stand," shouted Abraham Lincoln. We know the old saying popularized in the 19th century. The phrase still has a meaning in the political world; however, let us now review ...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about almost 5 years ago 2,076 reads 101 comments

  6. College Football Predictions: Baby's Losers for Week Two

    The first week of the season gave fans reasons to cheer with the outstanding performance of never-say-die Navy and reasons to be sad with the injury to Oklahoma's Sam Bradford. Initial week performances can be great indicators of what is to come...

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  7. College Football Rankings: The 11 Best 11s Week Two

    Did you ever accidently stick a metal object into an electric socket while working on a wiring repair job? Mark it down to inexperience, or to blindly reaching around a corner while on a ladder, ...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about almost 5 years ago 1,867 reads 76 comments

  8. Is There Something About Who Is the President That You Don't Understand?

    Upon traveling through Georgia and South Carolina this past week, the subject was seemingly everywhere on the radio, in restaurants, taverns, and viewed on television...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about almost 5 years ago 569 reads 60 comments

  9. College Football Predictions: Baby's Losers for the First Saturday in September

    Back for the second year in a row on Bleacher Report is the weekly series Baby's Losers. The vast majority of college football predictions concern who will be the winner on any given Saturday...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about 5 years ago 5,122 reads 155 comments

  10. College Football's Down Home Prophet: The Return Of Country Joe

    There appears to be something good that came out of the summer drought, a banner year of vegetables in the garden of longtime acquaintance Country Joe. Every year, in the dog days of summer, Country comes to town...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about 5 years ago 351 reads 34 comments

  11. Two Tickets to Paradise: College Football's 2009 Bowl Projections

    Of all the subjects in college football, the most interesting must be the bowl games at the end of the regular season. The reasons are many, but most importantly, it settles the National Championship...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about 5 years ago 4,556 reads 128 comments

  12. 2009 College Football Preview: The 11 Best 11s

    In less than two weeks, another exciting season of college football will begin. Hopes are high for outstanding years in college towns throughout the country...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about 5 years ago 914 reads 92 comments

  13. Orange Fans Are Juiced, but Can Greg Paulus Really Rescue Syracuse Football?

    Major League. The term the game of baseball uses to describe the highest level of competition. In college football, we find teams belonging to an ethereal association known as the FBS...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about 5 years ago 442 reads 26 comments

  14. College Football: The Sun Shines on Every Squirrel's Backdoor One Day

    In this world of college football, the casual observer can find a number of enthusiasts who know a great deal about how their team will perform this season. All you have to do is ask...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about 5 years ago 428 reads 27 comments

  15. Debunking the Myth of College Football's Home-Field Edge

    As surely as the dog days of summer slowly crawl toward September, a new college football season will soon be upon fans throughout the nation...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about 5 years ago 920 reads 76 comments

  16. College Football: Is Southern California the New Miami?

    Southern California was never much of a factor on the college football stage. Until 1921. The 20th Century Trojans were one of the greatest programs in college football, boasting an astonishing ...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about 5 years ago 1,450 reads 110 comments

  17. College Football's Hard Times Lead To Tap City

    Tap City. The end result of hard times, broken promises, and failed expectations. For college football fans feeling the heat of more pressing financial matters, the road sign up ahead ...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about 5 years ago 258 reads 19 comments

  18. College Football's Triple-Name Terrors

    Have you ever considered how many college football players seem to have the personality to match their names? Dick Butkus of Illinois, Warren Moon of Washington, Steve Smear of Penn State, I...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about 5 years ago 1,339 reads 13 comments

  19. Riders on the Storm: 11 of College Football's Worst Weather Games

    The unparalleled writing brilliance of a former Vanderbilt student was never more on display than in the Oct. 18, 1924 issue of the New York Herald Tribune newspaper...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about 5 years ago 1,312 reads 79 comments

  20. College Football: The 11 Best Defenses to Play in Rose Bowls from 1959-2009

    The offensive game brings in the big ratings and crowds, but fans often reserve their fondest memories for the defenses who provided the greatest thrills and success...

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  21. College Football's Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Crash Dive From Success

    Have you ever seen Irwin Allen's science fiction film Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea? It concerns a futuristic submarine that can go lower in the ocean than any craft in history...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about 5 years ago 411 reads 35 comments

  22. Where Will the Florida Gators Meet Their Waterloo in 2009?

    "Waterloo, Waterloo, Where Will You Meet Your Waterloo, Every Puppy Has His Day, Everybody Has To Pay, Everybody Has To Meet...His Waterloo...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about 5 years ago 1,106 reads 146 comments

  23. College Football: The Inside Report On Steve Spurrier's All-SEC Ballot

    A copy of the All-SEC ballot of Steve Spurrier reveals how Tim Tebow not being selected for the first team actually occurred...

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  24. College Football's Biggest Mystery Solved As Steve Spurrier Confesses!

    Alfred Hitchcock could not have directed a more suspenseful finale. During the SEC Media Days in Hoover, Alabama the fans and sportswriters alike have been quizzing everyone over who was the ...

    BabyTate Written by BabyTate about 5 years ago 280 reads 49 comments

  25. College Football's Retail Product Dilemma: Do Wins Translate into Sales?

    Deannie Dunbar and Ted DeYounge are two old pros at hawking college football paraphernalia in and around the stadiums of the southeast...

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