NCAA Football

Team Cloth Diaper Covers — Sports Fashion for Babies

February 10, 2012
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Have you ever felt that your 3 month old doesn’t show enough team spirit? Well here is a line of team cloth diaper covers from Bug on a Rug. It looks like a litany of teams are available, so take a gander at their selection.

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Have You Ever Wanted To Understand a Spread Running Offense? Fishduck Has You Covered

February 8, 2012
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I’m shocked that I haven’t linked to these guys before, but FishDuck is one of the truly great websites for helping a casual fan learn about college football strategy. Focusing on Chip Kelly’s offense at Oregon, but an interesting watch for any team running a spread running attack (for example, many of the concepts...

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Pet Cheerleader Costumes

January 25, 2012
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If you’ve ever wondered: Why can’t I dress my dog as a Tennessee cheerleader? Well, then here you go: There are also costumes for LSU, Wisconsin, Ohio State, and North Carolina, among others.

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Customized Auburn Storage Bins

January 25, 2012
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Canvas storage bins are awesome for holding kids toys, toiletries or gifts. This woman in Alabama makes a customized Auburn bin that would be great for Tigers fans.

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College Football Recruiting and Social Media

January 24, 2012
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Andy Staples of SI has a great article today on the role of social media in the modern age of college recruiting. With more and more students getting on twitter and Facebook from a very young age, colleges are going to have to deal with potential recruits having years of documented bad press before...

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The Best Obituary For Joe Paterno

January 23, 2012
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With the loss of an icon of college football over the weekend, I knew that America’s talented sportswriters would take their turn at attempting to provide a fitting obituary for a man who has dominated the landscape of a sport for as long as most of us can remember. After reading a number of...

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Party Foul Flags

January 23, 2012
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With the Super Bowl matchup set, you can begin to plan for your Super Bowl party in earnest. One of the best accessories for any party host is a clear, indisputable method of calling out your guests for inappropriate behavior like double-dipping or rooting for New England. It’s a home penalty flag. You should...

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Oregon Ducks Put Their Awesome Shiny Helmets on Sale

January 13, 2012
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Ducks wear reflective helmets at the 98th Rose Bowl Game

If you saw the Rose Bowl this year, you were treated to the latest in Oregon’s evolving uniform design, the “liquid metal” helmet. This shiny, chrome helmet was simply awesome: glittering in the sun from afar and reflecting the beautiful landscape of the Rose Bowl in closeups. The Ducks have taken a lot of...

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Award Someone The Football Way — With Stickers

January 12, 2012
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Have you ever found yourself watching a college football game and asking: Why do players on that team have a seemingly arbitrary number of stickers on their helmets? These stickers, sometimes also called pride stickers, are granted to players for individual and team accomplishments. The practice is thought to have began as a nod...

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Bomani Jones With An Interesting Piece on the BCS v. Playoffs

January 11, 2012
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Sports commentator and the greatest Around the Horn guest ever writes a fascinating piece today on the potential for a college football playoff. As college football playoff advocates/BCS haters jump for joy that the big conference commissioners seem warmer than ever to allow at least a 4-team playoff, Jones asks all of us to...

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