Clay Helton Is Out At USC.


Once again, the USC Trojans have decided that things were too bad to wait. They have fired yet another football coach in the midst of the season as Clay Helton is out at USC. The Search Begins Athletic Director Mike Bohn issued a statement around 2pm Pacific time today, announcing that Helton was being let […] READ MORE

2021 Week Two College Football Watch Guide


We’ve made it through the first full weekend of the season and experienced two great games with Georgia’s narrow victory over Clemson in a defensive struggle and witnessed Notre Dame hold on to defeat Florida State on Sunday night. Oregon travels to the shoe to face the Buckeyes and the Cy-Hawk Trophy is up for […] READ MORE

Texas A&M vs. Colorado Preview


Texas A&M heads into a matchup with the Colorado Buffaloes after the Aggies’¬†impressive win against Kent State last Saturday. This will be Haynes King‘s first road game, and it will be a tough environment for him at Empower Field. Regardless, the Aggies are heavily favored in this game. They are expected to come out with […] READ MORE

LSU-UCLA Analysis: Tigers Struggles Continue


The LSU-UCLA season opener for the Tigers answered a lot of questions about the program. In a 38-27 loss, Max Johnson looked solid throwing the ball. The Sophomore signal-caller left a lot of yards on the field on Saturday. However, he did what was asked of him. It just wasn’t enough for a win. LSU’s […] READ MORE

The New College Athletics Alliance

The Pac-12, Big Ten, and ACC have responded to the latest growth by the SEC by forming an alliance among the three Power 5 conferences. There were not a lot of details when it came to the new college athletics alliance. But scheduling and the current power structure of college sports seemed to be at […] READ MORE

Pac-12 Media Day Observations


It is a new day with new leadership at the top of the Pac-12 conference, a new coach in the South, new NIL issues, and now the looming topic of schools across the country looking at opportunities in other conferences. It was in the framework that we had 2021 Pac-12 Media Day at the W […] READ MORE

Do Not Pick Up The Big XII Leftovers.

Oklahoma and Texas leaving for the SEC has created a tsunami throughout the college sports landscape. It has caused both the casual fan and the long time sports pundits to be stumbling over themselves breaking down the rest of the Big XII conference to figure out who goes where in the college sports garage sale […] READ MORE

UCLA Must Open The Rose Bowl


.The 2020-2021 sports calendar year was one that tested college programs across the country. Some adapted to the new COVID world order within the confines of state regulations. Others led their respective state in what the regulations were going to be. It is a pointless debate to try to determine if one university handled it […] READ MORE

12 Team Playoff Expansion Gaining Momentum


It’s the annual respite between Spring practice and Fall camp starting for college football. With that, inevitably comes the discussion of playoff expansion. Discussions will move forward in July and further in the Fall. However, among university officials, athletic directors across the country, and media executives around the game a 12 team playoff expansion is […] READ MORE

Fixing The Pac-12 Problems


New Pac-12 commissioner George Kliavkoff had a list of priorities at his introductory press conference Thursday. He wants the conference to be more competitive, nationally, in football. He wants to push for expansion of the college football playoffs. And he said he wants to get the collective back of the student athletes. He intends to […] READ MORE