NCAA Football Report (Week 3)

This week of games was a bit of good and a bit of bad and again saw a lot of boring games until the night. With Notre Dame and Stanford both going into the spotlight expected to lose in the night games the roles were reversed. The Irish beat their rivals the Michigan State Spartans who were ranked 10 spots ahead of them and the Cardinal beat the second best team in the nation in the USC Trojans.

NCAA Football Report (Bowl Week 4)

The NCAA Football season was finished about one month ago but that did not mean the NCAA was finished playing. The Bowl Season began and for the last four weeks the fans have seen some great games that have all led up to the BCS National Championship. Before the National Championship there were the BCS Bowl Series.

NCAA Football Report (Bowl Week 3)

The Bowl Season is almost done and that can only mean one thing as the BCS Bowls are on the horizon. The BCS Bowls feature the best of the best as they invite the teams they see as the best in the NCAA. There is always the controversy of picking the teams for the BCS Bowls as some teams could have been the better choice.

W2W: New Year’s Edition (Dec. 30-Jan. 2)

New Year’s Eve is upon on us provided yet another long weekend meaning more sports for everyone. After a busy last weekend this one will be almost as busy with a number of great events and games. Hockey is in full swing as the Spengler Cup and World Juniors are at the end of their tournament.

NCAA Football Report (Week 9)

The NCAA schedule is beginning to get a lot more interesting with teams being knocked out of contention and big games coming up. This week the biggest game was between two ranked teams but one with much more hope for the top prize in the NCAA. This game was between the #20 USC Trojans and the #6 Stanford Cardinal. The Cardinal were bringing their league leading winning streak that stretches back to last year. The Trojans were coming into the game off of a big win against their longtime rivals the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.

What 2 Watch (Oct. 21-23)

The Sport Addiction is back with What to Watch for yet another weekend in the sports month of October. October is winding down and so are some of the sports but even more are just getting started. The CIS is almost down their regular season with the OUA regular season ending this weekend and a big rivalry game featured in the closing weekend. The CFL is beginning to wind down with a battle for the top spot in both conferences and for the first round bye.

NCAA Football Report (Week 6)

The NCAA was not too thrilling this weekend but there was one thing that many noticed above all. The top 10 teams in the NCAA are there for a reason and that is because they are the cream of the crop. There were a number of games this past weekend that saw these top teams completely dominate some good teams. The Top 25 is constantly under scrutiny because it is not an exact science. The problem is that the rankings are based on a number of different factors and before the BCS rankings come out the rankings are based on writers and coaches voting for their top teams.

NCAA Football Report (Week 2)

The NCAA is in the swing of things as they entered week 2 and many teams began playing their real schedules after their warm-up games. Some teams began their conferences schedules while others took on some big rivals as they all continue towards the #1 spot. Oklahoma Continues to have a hold on the #1 spot as LSU and Alabama battle for the #2 spot. Meanwhile Boise State and Florida State remain in the top five while Stanford is just on the outside led by Heisman favorite Andrew Luck. With some of these teams in action the movement at the top of the Top 25 was relatively low. One major aspect of the NCAA this year is the emergence of new QBs in some major programs.

College Football’s Redemption (NCAA Preview)

NCAA Football has had a rough offseason after numerous problems arose and made it to the public eye. The biggest thing has been the never-ending flow of reports of recruiting infractions and illegal activities in the NCAA. One of the biggest issues has come out of Ohio State where players sold merchandise in exchange for tattoos. This infraction has led to legendary coach Jim Tressel retiring and Terrell Pryor leaving the team to enter the NFL supplemental draft. It may also lead to major sanctions against the program that could include anything from the removal of scholarships to a ban on attending bowls and forfeiting wins much like at USC. It could also lead to the worst sanction of all known as the death penalty, although that is unlikely as it has only been invoked once against SMU.

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