West Virginia Mountaineers And Dana Holgorsen Part Ways

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As of 12:01 a.m. on January 1, the West Virginia Mountaineers and Dana Holgorsen part ways, ending a sometimes tumultuous but always exciting eight-year relationship. Holgorsen is expected to become the head coach at Houston, replacing the recently fired Major Applewhite. Why 12:01? Well, that is when Holgorsen’s buyout dropped from $2.5 million to $1 million. […] READ MORE


Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl: Army’s Record-Breaking Win Over Houston

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In the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl, we were witness to Army’s Record-Breaking Win Over Houston. Saturday afternoon in Fort Worth, the Army Black Knights slaughtered the Houston Cougars. Houston has not been known for their rushing defense this season. Army was averaging 296.3 yards per game.  Army dominated from the start, Houston did not […] READ MORE


Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl: Houston Cougars vs. Army Black Knights

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Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl: Houston Cougars vs. Army Black Knights.  This year the Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl will feature the Houston Cougars versus the Army West Point Black Knights.  This will be the seventh meeting between The Cougars and The Black Knights.  Houston has the current win streak of three and leads the series […] READ MORE


Midweek Musings: College Football, Week Two

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We’re halfway to another weekend of college football, which means it’s time for Week Two Midweek Musings. Clemson 28, Texas A&M 26 This was a closer game than I think a lot of people were expecting, myself included. I even wondered if it would become Clemson’s Inexplicable Loss of the Year. Looking at their schedule, […] READ MORE


Things We Learned in College Week 12

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After a chaotic Week 11, things returned to some sense of normalcy in Week 12- Thursday night notwithstanding. Louisville at Houston looked like a premier matchup in September, but after each team suffered an early-season loss, some of the luster wore off. I expected a fairly close game through maybe the first half, and then the […] READ MORE



Things We Learned In College Week Six

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It was a chaotic weekend in college football and a chaotic weekend, period, for many in the southeastern U.S. I hope all of our readers are safe and sound after Hurricane Matthew. If you didn’t have power and missed the action this weekend, have no fear; I’ll wrap it up for you. Things We Learned […] READ MORE


Things We Learned In College Football, Week Five

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Things We Learned In College Football, Week 5 Thursday night got the weekend off to a strange start. Houston was missing two starting linebackers during the game with UConn after team-building activities got out of hand on Wednesday. Apparently, Matthew Adams and Tyus Bowser got a little “overly competitive” during what was supposed to be […] READ MORE


Oklahoma vs TCU Preview: Is this a must win?

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As Oklahoma travels into Fort Worth this weekend, how important is this game to the Sooner football program? Is this a must win? Is this a program-defining game? There are very few games that have a determining connotation to the program. College football is a crazy world where there are performances and results that are difficult […] READ MORE


NCAA Football: P2PY Week 3 Recap and Week 4 Picks

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P2Y nailed the picks in week 3. There’s almost literally nowhere to go but down from here… WEEK 3 RECAP Last week was the first time I used points squared per yard (P2PY) to try to predict game score and did surprisingly well. The picks along with the spreads are summarized below (ATS picks in […] READ MORE