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As UConn and Va. Tech bleed, bowls roll in money

Maybe Connecticut shouldn’t feel so embarrassed after all. University records released this week show the Huskies spent nearly $1.8 million more than the Big East allocated for participating in the 2011 Fiesta Bowl. The biggest culprit: $2.9 million in unsold … Continue reading

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The BCS is why Wisconsin should’ve tried to score 100

Running up the score doesn’t bother me like it does some people, so I just shrugged when I saw that Wisconsin had drilled Indiana 83-20 — including 24 fourth-quarter points. They have scholarships at Indiana, too. The Badgers backups have … Continue reading

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We’re on the cover of Sports Illustrated this week

Many thanks to the editors at Sports Illustrated for bringing in Dan to co-author this week’s cover story with the great Austin Murphy. And even more gratitude to our editors at Yahoo! Sports for allowing us to help spread the … Continue reading

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Why Oklahoma quit

Trailing Missouri 36-27 with 2:24 remaining on Saturday, Oklahoma had the ball and at least some hope of springing a miracle comeback. This is college football after all, and while the Sooners chances were slim, stranger things have happened. Bob … Continue reading

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We have inspired a song, and it is good

We’ll have another post up soon, and it’s a doozy. In the meantime, enjoy this slice of awesomeness from the guys at Mock Session.

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A poll-emic: More ugliness and spin from the BCS

We could certainly do an entire post on the absurdity of the polls and how they impact the BCS standings. After all, nothing illustrates the system’s general failure quite like the University of Florida earning 47 points (good enough to … Continue reading

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