1. New College Football Uniforms 2012: Best and Worst Jerseys of Week 2

    With another week of college football in the books, it's time to take a look at who were the best and worst uniforms from Week 2...

    T.J. Mcaloon Written by T.J. Mcaloon about almost 2 years ago 1,172 reads 20 comments

  2. Studs and Duds from Week 2 in College Football

    Week 2 saw a vast number of heroes help their respective team to a big victory. However, where there are studs, there are players who failed to live up to expectations and hurt their team by struggling during Week 2—otherwise known as duds...

    T.J. Mcaloon Written by T.J. Mcaloon about almost 2 years ago 5,837 reads 26 comments

  3. Notre Dame Football: 5 Reasons Tommy Rees Must Start over Everett Golson

    After Notre Dame was led down the field by Tommy Rees in the final minutes of their 20-17 victory over Purdue, the Fighting Irish now have, on their hands, a quarterback controversy...

    T.J. Mcaloon Written by T.J. Mcaloon about almost 2 years ago 3,200 reads 34 comments

  4. Michigan Wolverines' Scare vs. Air Force Shows They Are Far from BCS-Worthy Team

    Michigan has done nothing in their first two games to prove to anyone that they can make a second straight appearance in a BCS game as an at-large bid, or as the Big Ten champion...

    T.J. Mcaloon Written by T.J. Mcaloon about almost 2 years ago 2,957 reads 19 comments

  5. Penn State Football: Will the Nittany Lions Win a Game This Season?

    After today's soul-crushing, 17-16 loss to Virginia, Penn State fell to 0-2 for the first time since the 2000 season when they finished 6-6, 4-4 in the Big Ten. That year, the Nittany Lions opened their season by losing to USC, 29-5, and Toledo, 24-6...

    T.J. Mcaloon Written by T.J. Mcaloon about almost 2 years ago 3,596 reads 26 comments

  6. 2012 College Football TV Schedule Week 2: TV Listings for the Upcoming Week

    The first week of college football is all but in the books, and if you have survived all five days worth of television watching then I commended you. There were a lot of highs and lows from week one, and one team came out strong in their first game...

    T.J. Mcaloon Written by T.J. Mcaloon about almost 2 years ago 10,724 reads 1 comments

  7. 5 College Football Teams with Something to Prove Next Week

    For some teams, Week 1 was a nightmare as they opened 2012 with a loss. Some of these teams tried to open their season with a higher-ranked opponent to prove they could be a contender this year...

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  8. SEC Football: Grading Every Team's Week 1 Performance

    The Southeastern Conference is known for having the nation's best college football teams. In the preseason polls, six SEC teams were ranked in the Top 25, with two—Alabama and LSU—in the top three...

    T.J. Mcaloon Written by T.J. Mcaloon about almost 2 years ago 4,178 reads 5 comments

  9. New College Football Uniforms 2012: Best and Worst Jerseys of the Week

    The 2012 season is brand new, and with the new season brings a change to some universities' college football uniforms...

    T.J. Mcaloon Written by T.J. Mcaloon about almost 2 years ago 43,898 reads 54 comments

  10. Predicting How the College Football Top 25 Polls Will Look After Week 1

    With an uneventful first week of college football—no major upsets to highly ranked teams, unless Louisville or Virginia Tech lose on Sunday or Monday—the new Associated ...

    T.J. Mcaloon Written by T.J. Mcaloon about almost 2 years ago 41,617 reads 215 comments

  11. Penn State Football: Key Adjustments Bill O'Brien and Staff Must Make

    The start to Penn State's 2012 season was about change and forgetting the past. However, after Saturday's 10-point upset loss at home to Ohio University, there needs to be more changes to this team if it wants to finish 2012 with a winning record...

    T.J. Mcaloon Written by T.J. Mcaloon about almost 2 years ago 3,331 reads 5 comments

  12. West Virginia Football: Geno Smith Ignites Heisman Hopes with RGIII-Like Game

    The 2012 season may be in its infancy, but West Virginia Mountaineers quarterback Geno Smith is making sure that every Heisman voter remembers him...

    T.J. Mcaloon Written by T.J. Mcaloon about almost 2 years ago 7,082 reads 26 comments

  13. Notre Dame Football: Does Blowout of Navy Translate into Realistic BCS Hopes?

    For Notre Dame Fighting Irish fans this was the perfect way to open the 2012 season. The Irish never trailed, dominated on offense and defense and limited their turnovers while forcing Navy into four...

    T.J. Mcaloon Written by T.J. Mcaloon about almost 2 years ago 3,267 reads 26 comments

  14. 2012 College Football TV Schedule Week 1: TV Listings for the Upcoming Week

    It’s that time of year again. That time when college football fans can scurry away from the outdoors and back into their favorite rooms in their house or apartment or their favorite stool at their local watering hole...

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  15. WWE SummerSlam 2012: Randy Orton Will Factor in World HeavyWeight Title

    Because of the WWE’s inability to grow new stars, it allows someone like Randy Orton to not lose his spot on the card despite being one strike away from being kicked out of the WWE due to the company’s Wellness Policy...

    T.J. Mcaloon Written by T.J. Mcaloon about 2 years ago 5,478 reads 34 comments

  16. Fantasy Football 2012: Which Rookies Will Be Worthy of a Starting Spot?

    Picking a rookie is a big gamble in fantasy football. Sometimes they pan out to be a serviceable player who nets you 10 points a week and helps you to a victory...

    T.J. Mcaloon Written by T.J. Mcaloon about 2 years ago 11,094 reads 21 comments

  17. WWE Raw 1000: Predicting Segments That Will Be the Worst on Historic Show

    In the history of Monday Night Raw there have been some amazing moments, and then there have been some terrible ones that have been awful to watch both live in the arena and at home on television...

    T.J. Mcaloon Written by T.J. Mcaloon about 2 years ago 11,534 reads 110 comments

  18. The Influence of Paul Heyman: Who Would Not Have Made It Without ECW?

    In the 1990’s Paul Heyman revolutionized the world of professional wrestling with Extreme Championship Wrestling, and gave life to a number of great talents that went on to great careers in pro wrestling...

    T.J. Mcaloon Written by T.J. Mcaloon about 2 years ago 4,047 reads 31 comments

  19. Euro 2012: Cristiano Ronaldo Will Lead Portugal to Their First-Ever Title

    There isn’t a player under more pressure to perform for his country in the 2012 UEFA Euro Tournament than the leader of Portugal’s national team, Cristiano Ronaldo ...

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  20. 2012 Pittsburgh Pirates: Is This the Year They Finish with a Winning Record?

    It’s been 20 long years since the Pittsburgh Pirates have finished a regular season with a winning percentage of over .500...

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  21. Boston Celtics vs. Philadelphia 76ers: Iguodala Must Have a Monster Game

    The Philadelphia 76ers have surprised their fans and critics by making it into the second round of the NBA Playoffs...

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  22. WWE over the Limit 2012: CM Punk Not Closing PPV Will Continue to Damage Title

    CM Punk has been the WWE Champion for the last six months, but he hasn’t closed a pay-per-view since “Tables Ladders & Chairs” in December...

    T.J. Mcaloon Written by T.J. Mcaloon about over 2 years ago 2,791 reads 29 comments

  23. Bryce Harper: Is the Media Unfairly Treating the Washington Nationals Phenom?

    Bryce Harper has the talent to be a great player in the major leagues. However, is it fair that because of the hype that surrounded him from the time he was a 16-year-old high school ...

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  24. 2011-12 Pittsburgh Penguins: Not Signing Jaromir Jagr Was a Good Thing

    Remember how much fun #JagrWatch was during the 2011 offseason? Remember how Penguins fans were glued to their televisions, Twitter feeds and their favorite blogs trying to figure ...

    T.J. Mcaloon Written by T.J. Mcaloon about over 2 years ago 3,586 reads 10 comments

  25. Winnipeg Jets Ticket Scandal: Officials Using Public Funds Fuels Controversy

    The Winnipeg Jets had a great first season back in the NHL at the gate, as they were at 100 percent capacity for every home game...

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