1. News Flash: Florida Can't Be National Champions In College Football!

    Smiling Gator fans should borrow a pen and paper and take note. There is nothing national in the BCS National Championship and Florida represents all of the reasons why...

    Doug Urschel Written by Doug Urschel about almost 5 years ago 149 reads 61 comments

  2. The Wizard Of Oklahoma: Bob Stoops

    The above photo says it all. Bob Stoops is looking up at the scoreboard during the 2004 BCS National Championship Game against USC. USC won the game 55-19 and Bob doesn't look too happy about it...

    Doug Urschel Written by Doug Urschel about almost 5 years ago 146 reads 2 comments

  3. The PAC-10 Asks For The Impossible: Honesty

    This article is a gut check for the people in the Harris Poll, the voting coaches of the Coach's Poll and the faceless computers. The aforementioned three entities make the decision of which two teams play for the BCS Championship...

    Doug Urschel Written by Doug Urschel about almost 5 years ago 32 reads 4 comments

  4. USC Wins Their First One In 2009: PAC-10 Media Day

    Pete Carroll is the football coach of the University of Southern California and he is all smiles. Why not? The PAC-10 media picked USC to win the PAC-10. This was the seventh consecutive year that USC was selected to win the Conference Championship...

    Doug Urschel Written by Doug Urschel about 5 years ago 50 reads 0 comments

  5. FRANKIE TELFORT: Once a Trojan, Always a Trojan

    Frankie Telfort is a linebacker and a member of the 2009 recruiting class of USC. Frankie played his high school football at Miami Gulliver Prep. It was there, that he decided to play football for USC...

    Doug Urschel Written by Doug Urschel about 5 years ago 166 reads 0 comments

  6. USC: The Best In The West and All Of The Rest

    They're baaack! The University of Southern California football team will soon begin their 2009 fall practice. There will be much on the table for the 2009 team and the coaches, as well as the fans, will be looking forward to all of it...

    Doug Urschel Written by Doug Urschel about 5 years ago 106 reads 0 comments

  7. THE 2009 HEISMAN TROPHY: The Fix Is In

    In 1935, the Heisman Trophy was created by New York City's Downtown Athletic Club. The award was first known as the DAC Trophy and it was awarded to the "best college football player east of the Mississippi River...

    Doug Urschel Written by Doug Urschel about 5 years ago 184 reads 2 comments

  8. For USC Trojans, Nothing Less Than Perfection Is Acceptable

    There is no other team in college football that expects perfection more than the University of Southern California Trojans. All of the coaches expect perfection, they don't demand it. If a player does not perform as expected, he is replaced...

    Doug Urschel Written by Doug Urschel about 5 years ago 379 reads 59 comments

  9. Mike Tyson and the Day That Boxing Died

    Today, professional boxing just isn't what it used to be. Although that sounds great to some, it's terrible to many. People who follow boxing know that as the Heavyweight Division goes, so goes all of boxing...

    Doug Urschel Written by Doug Urschel about 5 years ago 2,222 reads 20 comments

  10. Florida: The Bully Of The Block

    All college football fans are getting anxious to get the season started, but none more than those in Florida. Ah yes, the land of oranges, beaches, and the bully of college football...

    Doug Urschel Written by Doug Urschel about 5 years ago 55 reads 4 comments

  11. The BCS Champion Is The Champion Of Nothing

    The Bowl Championship Series (BCS) was created to select a National Champion in College Division IA (now FBS) football. It has failed, and failed in a terrible way...

    Doug Urschel Written by Doug Urschel about 5 years ago 124 reads 15 comments

  12. The BCS Can't Seem to Get Rid of Its East Coast Bias

    Why hasn't the BCS selection process improved over the years? The BCS keeps giving teams who continue to lose more chances...

    Doug Urschel Written by Doug Urschel about 5 years ago 347 reads 159 comments

  13. Pete Carroll: A Hard Guy To Hate

    Peter Clay Carroll is regarded as a gift to college football. Many who follow the game know Pete Carroll as the head coach of the University of Southern California. Outside of the sport, he is known as someone totally different...

    Doug Urschel Written by Doug Urschel about 5 years ago 460 reads 21 comments

  14. PETE CARROLL: FIRST GET THE COACHES, THEN THE PLAYERS

    Many people believe that Coach Pete Carroll runs around the country grabbing every Five Star football player he can get his hands on. That's secondary to Coach Carroll. He stocks his coaching staff first...

    Doug Urschel Written by Doug Urschel about 5 years ago 107 reads 2 comments

  15. USC and the NCAA: The Investigation

    Today, the University of Southern California awaits for the next convicted felon to be released from prison. USC's Athletic Department knows that there are many reporters who are waiting for ...

    Doug Urschel Written by Doug Urschel about 5 years ago 63 reads 0 comments