Paul Johnson has done so much this season at Georgia Tech, and yet, things being what they are, a loss to an SEC West team would allow the Yellow Jackets to unfairly be seen as “not ready for prime time” or something to that effect. The rewards of victory are real for the Jackets; so are the costs of defeat. This is why the Orange Bowl is so compelling.

The 10 Best Coaching Performances From The 2014 College Football Season

The season’s over. There’s not much of a need for a prelude here. Just what were the 10 best coaching performances in the sport over the past four and a half months? The envelope, please: 10 – P.J. FLECK, WESTERN MICHIGAN The Broncos definitely “rowed the boat” for their young and excitable coach. Much as […]

The Miami Beach Bowl Is Not A Pleasure Trip For BYU Or Memphis

Miami is — along with New Orleans — one of the great winter party destinations for American football fans. The city has served as the longtime host of the venerable Orange Bowl game, and it has also hosted 10 Super Bowls. Miami is a city made for postseason football, so it might be easy to […]