1. Live Blog: Florida Gators vs. LSU Tigers

    This could and should be a good one. The last time the last two national champions met, that 1990 Notre Dame/Miami tilt? Here’s a recap: It was a 29-20 win for the ‘Canes, ...

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  2. The Saturday Speculator: Week 7

    Yeah, uh, about that Hangover Cure? I’ll make it up to you. Wake Forest vs. Clemson: Seriously, people are still on the Tigers’ bandwagon? I’ve long been off of it, and even ...

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  3. Live Blog: Arkansas Razorbacks vs. Florida Gators

    I’m actually blogging from bed. I love Saturday. Florida kicks, and it’s a touchback. Arkansas throws on its first snap, and the ball falls incomplete...

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  4. The Saturday Speculator: Week 6

    Last week was not kind to my record. But I will keep picking. It’s not like this is all that difficult to do. (What is difficult is quantifying the carnage from last week; I’ll do that tally for tomorrow...

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  5. This Is Where I’m Supposed to Care About Baseball, Right?

    The MLB playoffs started today. I’m not sure I care. Baseball is still, at heart, as provincial a sport as there is...

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  6. The Hangover Cure: Week 5

    In Week Five, Upset Season 2.0 went live. (Sorry.) Back to the Future It was heartbreaking for this Florida fan to watch the Gators lose yesterday. But the manner in which they succumbed to Ole Miss was even more frustrating...

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  7. Florida-Ole Miss: Smiling Through the Storm

    It’s easy to write about chaos and schadenfreude from afar. At your doorstep, it feels different. There’s not a Gator in Gainesville feeling good today. Tim Tebow, head bowed, in shadow...

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  8. The Saturday Speculator: Week 5

    I’m going to spare you a lot of prologue. Just go read this, okay? Home teams are listed first in my picks, if you care. My picks are in bold...

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  9. Let’s All Just Shut Up, Okay?

    We’re playing a game that no one wins. And there’s nothing to lose if we stop playing. USC succumbed to the Curse of Corvallis last night, losing at Oregon State 27-21 for their ...

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  10. If You Diss During a Slow Week…

    …will anyone care? NC State and USF hope so. From a piece by Kerry Klecic in the USF Oracle: N.C. State coach Tom O’Brien said Monday he wouldn’t seek advice from USF’s defense for stopping the spread offense...

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  11. The Hangover Cure: Week 4

    This week, I’m doing it pro-Bono. Boy Every year in the last few has been the Year of the Freshman in college athletics, it seems, and there are a few players who extend that trend this fall...

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  12. The All Day Saturday Live Blog: Week 4

    Starting nine minutes past noon. I’m good. East Carolina starts by forcing a three and out, but a muffed punt squanders some of the field position; Iowa’s in the red zone ...

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  13. The Saturday Speculator (Week 4)

    All killer, no filler. West Virginia vs. Colorado: I definitely would have picked the Mountaineers, seduced by the potential of Pat White and Noel Devine playing for redemption with a defense that isn’t as bad as it used to be...

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  14. The Mystery of Emmanuel Moody and the Promise of Percy Harvin

    If the University of Florida has anything of certainty in its football program besides Tim Tebow and a retinue of Bull Gators who want to see their team win, it is speed...

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  15. The Hangover Cure: Week 3

    I commented on blogs Saturday rather than blogging here. Still, I looked better than all but Missouri, Oklahoma and USC...

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  16. The Saturday Speculator: Week 3

    You know who Beanie Wells is? Big Brown. But I’ll get to that later. Kansas at South Florida You’ll hear a lot about how Kansas’ football and basketball teams have something ...

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  17. The Unbeatable Lightness of Being a Green Bay Packers Fan Post-Favre

    There was something different about Lambeau Field Monday night, something different in the feel of it, the energy...

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  18. The Hangover Cure: Week 2

    Inspired by something I ate last night. Everything But The… My heart goes out to the Ohio Bobcats. They had their Goliath tied up, beached, muffing bad snaps and turning them into touchdowns for the other team, missing extra points...

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  19. The Sunday Speculator, Week 1

    …so I’ll be picking every game on the NFL slate, mostly just because, well, I want to keep up with this whole blogging thing. I’ll be using the odds Bill Simmons uses each week and picking both straight up and against the spread...

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  20. Live Blog: The Wars for Florida

    It’s, as the NCAA Football series tells me, the Battle for the Seminole War Canoe. And it’s my first dedicated live blog of a game this year. “Oh,” you say, what about that other one earlier today?” Well, that wasn’t just one game...

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  21. The All Day Saturday Live Blog: Week 2

    I totally need another title for this. Tell me in the comments. Ohio State is STRUGG-A-LING. Someone named Boo Jackson is breaking their defense down on the scramble, and the basic ...

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  22. The Saturday Speculator: Week 2

    Here’s where I’m going to throw out my predictions for the Top 25 games for the week and other mostly totally erroneous opinions about the upcoming Saturday’s slate of action...

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  23. The Hangover Cure: Week 1

    I used to run a Facebook group that discussed NCAA football, and what I thought of as the crowning achievement of that group’s short life was the Sunday morning post I wrote and dubbed The Hangover Cure...

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  24. The Arena Picks…

    …so I’ll be picking every game on the NFL slate, mostly just because, well, I want to keep up with this whole blogging thing. I’ll be using Yahoo’s odds and picking both straight up and against the spread...

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  25. Jericho Scott, Harrison Bergeron, The Incredibles, and Me

    We, as Americans, like to believe we’re in a meritocratic society, one where gumption, skill, and diligence can compensate for all but the most grievous errors of caprice and circumstance. And, as such, this is troubling...

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