The debate that seems to be the topic du jour in college football today: Who will, or who should, play LSU? Who is going to this bowl, or that bowl?
If it's not, you can bet the discussion is centered somewhere around the Penn State and Syracuse scandals. Maybe who’s hiring who and who’s firing. As a public, we all seem to thrive on the dirty, the scandals, the dark clouds. (I am as guilty as anyone else. No matter how satirical it may be, I write a weekly column here at Crystal Ball Run focusing on “The Ugly” of college football.)
Perfection is the goal of every college football team. As it should be.
Alabama, Michigan, Oklahoma, Florida State, USC are all teams synonymous with having undefeated seasons. However, in 1951 there were five teams that completed undefeated seasons. Michigan State, Maryland, Northern Illinois and Princeton all had remarkable years. There was one team, though, that stands out above all others, in my eyes. Not for the nine wins that they went to war...