Are you a sports addict?

Written by Aaron B.  In May, my little brother graduated from Mizzou. He majored in finance and was somehow able to immediately find a job in his field at an investment firm, albeit part time. He was so excited and 100% determined to prove himself in order to get a full time position. But then his determination dropped when… Read more »

Sarah Jones and The Bengals

By Zach Knott Sarah Jones pleaded guilty yesterday to having inappropriate relations with a (at the time) 17 year old student. Her punishment? Five years of probation. “I began a romantic relationship while he was a student and I was in a position of authority,” Jones said. “Our romantic relationship included voluminous phone calls and text… Read more »

Awkward Fan Photos: Bama Family Uses Baby As Football

Why are Alabama fans so crazy and dumb? Because there are so many crazy and dumb fans in Alabama. In order to stand out, you have to step well across the line. How so? By posing with your family in Bama gear and using your youngest child as a football. That’s how. Props to @evansapp… Read more »

Ode to the Option and Other Relics of the Old South

By Dantzler Smith Heading to a Wofford football game on Fall Saturdays, you drive from the leafy neighborhoods towards downtown on Main Street. At the Spartanburg Chamber of Commerce, with its flag poles hoisting the standards of countries the small city boasts as business partners, you turn down Pine Street. Following those Norman Rockwell directions,… Read more »

Starting 11: South Carolina Is a National Title Contender

We’re at the halfway point of the college football season and, like just about every year, we’ve got a hot mess of a season unspooling all around us. Florida State, Georgia, and LSU all took big losses this past weekend. Of the three losing teams, only LSU has a chance to still contend in the national… Read more »

South Carolina Dominates Georgia: Makes Married Man Get Cock Tattoo

Columbia, South Carolina For generations Williams-Brice Stadium was a football graveyard, the place promising coaching careers came to give up the ghost, one plodding loss after another. No matter who South Carolina brought to take over the football program the Gamecocks were a perpetual Charlie Brown, running pell mell towards a football that was so tantalizingly close… Read more »

Yeah . . . That’s My Son’s Football in Your Cheese Dip

By Stevie Cocksman Despite my passionate love of college football, I’ve always had a strong aversion to boys throwing a football in the tailgate parking lot. First, those that primarily engage in it – eight to eighteen year old boys – are not by nature a considerate group. Seldom does a 12-year old boy stop… Read more »

The Linemaker Poll

Popularity polls are the most hotly contested useless debate college football fans engage in every year.  Alumni and students work themselves into a frenzy all fall because “the media doesn’t respect them.” In reality, the only group of individuals with a vested interest in ranking teams accurately each week are the members of the linesmaking… Read more »

Bleacher Report vs. Grantland: The Spectrum of Online Sports Media

With one foot firmly in the business side of online sports media and the other foot firmly in the content creation business, sometimes I feel like a house divided against itself.  On the one hand, every morning I check all our site metrics — ad impressions, Google analytics for where our readers came from, Twitter shares, Facebook likes, desktop… Read more »

Presidential Debate Drinking Game: Jim Lehrer Edition

I love politics. There, I said it. This is despite the fact that my own political career ended after my first year of law school when I wrecked Nashville congressman Jim Cooper’s wife’s Volvo. Then when Jim Cooper unexpectedly had colon cancer surgery, I, who was then working as his body man accompanying him to all events, took… Read more »

The Ten Commandments of the Gym

It’s been a while since I’ve publicly berated groups of individuals for making poor choices in social settings. I think the last time I climbed atop my soapbox was for an article I wrote about men’s footwear and how their shoe decisions drastically impact my everyday life. (In case you missed that one, here’s the… Read more »

In defense of Vandy

Vanderbilt’s position as the top academic institution in the SEC means that our reputation revolves more around libraries than parties. Yes, Vanderbilt students work hard. We had to. The school is packed with type A overachievers so things get competitive. But all of that stress has to have an outlet or students would be throwing… Read more »

Starting 11: Alabama’s Magic First Downs Edition

As we enter October there are now six undefeated SEC teams remaining, five of them in the top ten. It’s a sign of how dominant the SEC is that having half of the top ten teams in the country, and four of the top six, is just expected at this point. No one in the rest of the nation even… Read more »

College Cliff Notes Week 5

Long winded break downs about tactical advantages are boring.  If I don’t want to read them myself, you don’t either.  Gambling info distilled to its essence with eveything you need to know before you walk to the window for Week 5. Market Movers Clemson -10 to -7 Can the Tigers scrape themselves up off the… Read more »

All That and a Bag of Mail: West Virginia Couch Burning Edition

It’s Friday which means it’s mailbag time. Our beaver pelt trader of the week is the LSU fan who did this paint job. In particular, look at the way that ball cap perches right on the edge of Les Miles’ head. This is some Michelangelo quality work by a corndog artist.  Where was this picture… Read more »

The Long Con: Petrino’s Plan to be Fired

By Jacob Cooper The prevailing sentiment around the country is that Razorback fans are willing to do anything to get Bobby Petrino back. With each game that interim head coach John L. Smith lets slip away, the chorus grows louder. Although numerous sports writers and columnists have outlined why it’s impossible for Hogs’ Athletic Director… Read more »