By Josh Kramer How many times have you heard a person say that baseball is too boring? That baseball is a sport in which it is impossible to watch a full game on television? A sport that is longer the American pastime? I am sure you have … Continue reading
Photo courtesy of CollegeFootballPerformance.com. Taylor Martinez (pictured above) and the Nebraska Cornhuskers get their first taste of the Big Ten in Camp Randall on Saturday night.
By Josh Kramer
Though it is very hard to believe, we are already four weeks in, and week five begins tonight. As has been the case for a good few years now, Boise State once again is being brought up in the National Championship Game discussion. If Kellen and the blue squad win out, will they get an invitation to Bourbon Street? In addition, Michigan is 4 and 0 for a third consecutive year. Can Denard and the Big Blue keep it going through a brutal Big Ten schedule? And lastly, there are two SEC teams that appear to have a great shot of making the National Title Game (Alabama, LSU). The SEC seems primed to bring home a 6th straight BCS National Championship.
Here are the marquee matchups.
Texas A&M vs Arkansas: Razorbacks by 3 Continue reading
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