College Football Restructuring At The TopIt would seem Les Miles will coach the LSU Tigers once more, when they host Texas A&M this Saturday. Will Mark Richt be coaching his last game as Georgia’s head coach on Saturday when the Bulldogs play Georgia Tech in Atlanta?
Credit Miami For Texans TurnaroundThe second half schedule looked much more daunting on paper, but since reaching the breaking point when they trailed Miami by 41, it appears it doesn’t matter who the opponent is as the Texans picked up their third straight win with a 24-17 win over the Jets.
Goal For Weeden Is To Be Ready SundayIt has been a whirlwind 24-hours for the Texans newest quarterback, Brandon Weeden. Released by the Cowboys on Tuesday, the Texans claimed Weeden off waivers on Wednesday, and he plans to be ready if called on when the Texans host the Jets on Sunday.
Don’t Overlook Most Significant Message At MissouriThe university of Missouri and the social media mafia will celebrate and chalk up the president’s resignation as a victory for race relations. Those are self-absorbed, agenda-driven, myopic projections. I predict the events at Mizzou will be remembered years from now as the events that forever changed college athletics, not race relations.
Running Game Only Thing Missing From Texans Win
Cushing Unaware Of Trade RumorsTexans linebacker Brian Cushing said he was unaware of the reported rumors the team is looking to trade their first pick in the 2009 draft.
Already Embarrassing Sunday For Texans
Upon Further Review: Update Resume TimeWith coaches earning multi-million dollar contracts they should have no complaints about a quick hook.
O’Brien Needs To Go
Mallett’s Latest Mishap Highlights Texans QB Mismanagement
Yippie It’s Game DayFor how much longer is a Texans fan supposed to pretend it’s fun to root for a “lovable loser?”
Upon Further Review: Historic Weekend In College Football