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What a week 13. Congratulations are in order for John Mitchell, who had the first perfect week of the year. Seth Doege’s unlikely interception-filled performance, worsened by some unfortunate tipped balls, spoiled my bid at a one-loss week, and with the season’s final set of games approaching we’re all vying for that .500 mark:
Zach Bigalke: 54-58-2 (3-6)
John Mitchell: 55-57-2 (9-0)
Matt Strobl: 54-57-3 (7-2)
Week 14 Picks
Conference championships are already upon us. It’s hard to believe that the college football season is almost over, but here we are on the cusp of December with BCS berths and bowl appearances hanging in the balance. Due to all the actual and de facto title games on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, we’re posting a little early and excluding our personal picks of the week in favor of some additional key matchups. We offer ten picks this week.
Here’s what the Tailgater crew is predicting in college football this week. Rankings are according to the AP Top ...
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Here is AJ McCarron seen above with some blonde female earlier in the week…Hopefully he has his head on straight because I just put the house and farm on Alabama -7.-TO
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The Alabama fan who teabagged a drunken LSU fan after the 2012 BCS Championship game has been sentenced to two years in prison.
The SEC title game between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Alabama Crimson Tide is being billed as the real BCS national championship game.
On Saturday when the Dawgs and the Tide strap up for the right to face Notre Dame, the two teams will stiffen their jaws for what will undoubtedly be a battle of wills.
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Georgia State head coach Bill Curry coached his last game on November 10, 2012 in a drubbing 51-7 loss to Maine. The final score of his final game does not necessarily represent the final impact of Curry's coaching and football career. Curry took the job at Georgia State 12 years after his last time as a head coach at Kentucky in 1996. He was also previously the head coach at...
This Saturday afternoon, Georgia or Alabama will be crowned the champions of the South Eastern Conference. Referred to as the premier conference in college football by many, the SEC championship guarantees us all what has been common the past few years. The winner of this game will go on to play Notre Dame in the BCS National Championship game on January 7th. That would continue...
The nation's two top-rated quarterbacks will square off in the SEC championship game.
No. 3 Georgia's Aaron Murray and No. 2 Alabama's AJ McCarron have played in plenty of big games - with mixed results.
McCarron takes the ''it's just another game'' approach when asked about the stakes of Saturday's showdown for a BCS title shot. Murray didn...
There’s no telling what kind of sh*t is going to be slung at Nick Saban this weekend, considering that the Crimson Tide are playing Georgia in Georgia. No matter what happens though we’re...
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One of the most important facets of the upcoming SEC Championship Game will be the Alabama running game. More specifically, if Georgia can slow down Alabama's two primary backs, Eddie Lacy and T. J. Yeldon, and get the Bulldog defense off the field by denying long drives.
Pay particular attention to Alabama's line play in this video.
While other sports blogs are busy telling you the ‘Top 5 Reasons Bama’s Defense Will Stuff Aaron Murray In The SEC Championship,’ Busted Coverage has been busy compiling info that BC readers really care about – the cheerleaders. Verne Lundquist loves this stuff. He and Danielson have the Xs & Os perfected, but need an editorial team to provide cheerleader intel.