7 More Plays To Get You Fired Up for College Football

The most popular topic of conversation at the Johnson family Fourth of July picnic was college football. As soon as the hot dogs went on the grill, we got into a spirited discussion about who was going to win the College Football Playoff and which teams were going to win their respective conferences. After having […]

With Jameis Winston in NFL, who will be vilified in 2015?

This morning we opened up our Wednesday roundtable by discussing the College Football Playoff committee (and we didn’t even have to meet in person to do it!). This afternoon we are back as TSS Associate Editors Bart Doan and Terry Johnson join staff writer Kevin Causey and a rotating guest in our weekly roundtables discussing all things […]

Flashback Friday: The best bowl performances of 2013

With the bowl games starting Saturday, I thought it would be interesting to take a quick peek at last year and which players had the best individual performances (in a winning effort): * Teddy Bridgewater — Louisville Stat Line: 35/45, 447 yards passing, 3 TD, 0 INT, 1 rushing TD Final Score: Louisville 36, Miami […]

Flashback Friday: Memorable Heisman Moments

On Saturday, the 80th Heisman Trophy will be awarded. The expectation is that Oregon’s Marcus Mariota will walk away with the trophy. Mariota has earned the trophy by being consistently excellent all season long. When the Heisman Trophy comes up in conversation, there is often talk of a “Heisman Moment.” While Mariota doesn’t have one […]

The 2014 Heisman Race: Jameis Winston Won’t Be In New York, But He Still Owned The Stage, And That Raises Questions

In the final installment of the 2014 Bloguin Heisman Poll, TSS associate editor Bart Doan chose Jameis Winston as the winner on his ballot. It’s an against-the-grain choice… and this country was built on against-the-grain choices in places such as Boston Harbor and Valley Forge. (This sounds like something the late, great Beano Cook would […]

Todd Gurley and Carrying the NCAA’s Water

In the wake of Todd Gurley’s suspension last week for allegedly signing autographs for cash, members of SB Nation’s editorial team revealed that they passed on the story when approached multiple times by a bottom-feeding memorabilia dealer offering to dime out Georgia’s star running back. In doing so, writers Spencer Hall and Steven Godfrey gave […]

Thursday Night Newsmaker: Sumlin The Superstar

Thursday night marked the first full night of college football for the new season. It also marked the debut of the SEC Network as a live-game broadcast outlet. In the first half of the network’s season premiere game, the Texas A&M-South Carolina clash, the booth team of Brent Musburger and (especially) Jesse Palmer heaped praise […]

7 Memorable TDs To Get You Ready for College Football

It’s finally August, which means that the college football season will start later this month. Just in case you’re more concerned with a pennant race, Paul George’s gruesome injury, or what’s going to happen in the next episode of Falling Skies, here are seven more plays to get you fired up for college football season. […]