If he wins everything, sure. If he doesn't . . .
"1. On NFL broadcasts, nothing is happening most of the time."
Yep. Between NFL Redzone and the DVR I'm finding it difficult now to watch NFL games in real time.
Let's all feel sorry for Coach Cal. Coach has a big, big problem: "Kentucky’s second five is probably better than the starting lineups of most teams outside the top 20."
We'll see. I saw most of the Alabama-West Virginia game and aside from rather big problems in the defensive secondary, Alabama looked good. I saw the Auburn highlights, and they looked pretty good.
But Texas A&M--also aside from lapses by their defensive secondary--looked really darn good, too.
Good list. I'd add two more: soccer is much better to exercise to and Leo.
College football is here again! (Did you see Texas A&M kick the Head Ball Coach's butt?) Here's a piece that "explain[s]" college football.
I found most interesting the alleged facts that players tend to come from "big cities in hot places" but coaches come from the Midwest.