College Football Will Miss Steve Spurrier When He Retires

Steve Spurrier's annual appearance at SEC media days takes more influence from Don Rickles than it does Bear Bryant. Tuesday's session-opening appearance was no exception, as South Carolina's Head Ball Coach tacitly defended the Gamecocks' 7-6 finish in 2014 with a zinger at the expense of Tennessee and Arkansas. Spurrier: "There's people in Knoxville &…

Oregon State Transfer Richard Mullaney Would Flourish at Alabama

Alabama may not know who is throwing the football in 2015, but whomever wins the Crimson Tide starting quarterback job could have a steady target in Oregon State transfer wide receiver Richard Mullaney. Mullaney reportedly visited Alabama on Monday per 247Sports.com, and it seems like a seamless fit even if the Tide lack a quarterback…

1990s College Football Plays Jimmy Fallon Should Reenact

Andres du Bouchet, a writer for Conan O'Brien, landed in internet hot water (the hottest of all waters) earlier this spring when he went on a tirade about comedians relying on nostalgia, celebrity cameos and stunts in comedy. The since-deleted but forever-preserved rant was a thinly veiled attack on the comedic styling of Tonight Show…

With Samaje Perine, Thunder To Counter Spread Lightning

Samaje Perine sent social media all atwitter Wednesday afternoon, when the official account of Oklahoma football shared an image of the sophomore running back look especially jacked. This is an unaltered photo of @samajp32's biceps. #94days pic.twitter.com/OTqxGCRc5z— Oklahoma Football (@OU_Football) June 3, 2015 With all due respect to Hulk Hogan, the question Big 12 defensive…

Storylines for the 2015 FCS Season

Folks erroneously set the countdown clock to college football at 100 days last week. For those whose calendars are set thusly, I have some strong #WellActually for you: the 2015 FCS season starts Aug. 29 when North Dakota State visits Montana for what should be a tremendous matchup of two of the nation's best teams.…

TBT: 50 Years of Steve Spurrier Swagger

Coming off what many observers would label a disappointing 7-6 campaign, South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier made various comments this spring and winter that suggest the Head Ball Coach may ride off into the sunset sooner than later. The 70-year-old Spurrier made an off-the-cuff remark about coaching "two or three more years," which raised…