Archive | September, 2017

Army Will Beat Ohio State

Some really good quotes in this one…. “You need to spend every waking moment from here until the foot hits the ball to prepare against the wishbone,” Meyer said this week…………….. The only chance of keeping this close, and giving Army a shot at beating a Power 5 team for the first time since October […]

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HEADLINES: FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15TH 2017

Last Weekend Woolfork Scores Two TD’s in the 4th as Army Beats Buffalo More Colleges Succeed with the Flexbone but Navy Leads the Way Navy Offense Needs to Find It’s Rhythm Moving Forward Citadel Winning with Two Quarterbacks   Upcoming What’s Air Force Bring to the Big House? Michigan Sees Triple as it Prepares to […]

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HEADLINES: WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 6TH 2017

Last Weekend Ten Years In Johnson Remains Confident, Defiant as Ever Army Rolls and Navy Sails in Opening Night Wins Navy Halts Lane Train: Crushes FAU 42-19 Army Never Trails – Tops Fordham 64-6 Yellow Jackets Dazzling on Offense Despite Defeat Brilliant Debut Ends with Marshall on his Back GT Falls but TaQuan Marshall Stars […]

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Georgia Tech’s Johnson reaches Year 10 doing things his way

Paul Johnson has reached rarified territory at Georgia Tech — really, for any college football coach these days — so it seemed appropriate to ask what might be done to recognize the accomplishment. Never one to pass up the opportunity at a tongue-firmly-in-cheek response, Johnson pounced. “They gave me a Rolex,” he said, managing to […]

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Vols history shows time hasn’t helped preparation for option offense

Conventional wisdom says that if you have more time to prepare for an offense like the triple-option, which Tennessee football will deal with its first game, you’re better off. If that’s the case, Vols fans should feel relief. But unless Bob Shoop is that much better than John Chavis was at Tennessee, history tells a […]

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Kennesaw State visits Samford looking for elusive big win

By most logical measures, Kennesaw State’s first two seasons with a football program have been a massive success: a 14-8 record, strong fan interest and the creation of a legitimate home-field advantage at Fifth Third Bank Stadium. The Owls have won most of the games they were supposed to. Now they’re after a victory few […]

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Mediocre predictions motivate Niumatalolo, Midshipmen

Ken Niumatalolo leaves for his annual trip home to Hawaii in early July. That is about the same time most of the national college football preview magazines hit the newsstands. It’s a 10-hour flight so Navy’s 10th-year head coach picks up copies of Athlon’s, Lindy’s and Phil Steele’s College Football Preview to occupy the time. […]

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