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Posted by on January 6th, 2013 in blog, Brady Baylor, CFF Features | No Comments

Oklahoma’s defense had weeks to prepare for their meeting with reigning Heisman Trophy winner John E. Football and his Texas A&M Aggies, the Sooners’ erstwhile Big 12 opponent.  What their scheme lacked in intelligence, it made up for with simplicity: allow Johnny Manziel to run to his heart’s content, eventually tiring and losing his effectiveness.  [...]

Posted by on January 3rd, 2013 in blog, Brady Baylor, CFF Features | No Comments

Wow, I’m thinking of cutting my bowl viewing short after the LSU-Clemson thriller in Atlanta.  Clemson QB Tajh Boyd looks to be the heir apparent to Sylvester Stallone as Rocky Balboa in the Rocky movie franchise after going four insanely brutal rounds with the LSU Tiger defense and emerging victorious, albeit knocking on death’s door [...]

Posted by on December 18th, 2012 in blog, Brady Baylor, CFF Features | No Comments

    As we dive headlong into the 2012-2013 college football bowl season, what a better way to kick it off but to digest a little bowl history trivia.  We’ll look at ten (10) questions and answers ranging from silly to just plain trivial in nature.  Sure, there’ll be plenty of serious bowl talk to [...]

Posted by on November 28th, 2012 in blog, Brady Baylor, CFF Features | 2 Comments

  While the table has certainly not been cleared on the 2012 college football season, so much has happened already that I thought it fitting to serve a little digestif (oh yeah, look it up) prior to dessert being brought out and the season drawing to a close.  So, here we go with a few [...]

Posted by on November 19th, 2012 in blog, Brady Baylor, CFF Features | No Comments

    SECond Chance……   Down go the short-timing number one Kansas State Wildcats.  Down goes the Great West Hope (Oregon Ducks).  Up go the Irish, and the Tide rises (again).      And just like that, we are assured at least one SEC team in the title game, if not two.  Should Notre Dame [...]

Posted by on November 10th, 2012 in blog, Brady Baylor, CFF Features | No Comments

A Saturday date with Texas A&M on Bama’s own turf is likely one of only two serious roadblocks (if that is even appropriate to say by game’s end) between the Tide and yet another title game, the other being the SEC title game.  Save for LSU last week, Alabama has been on autopilot thus far [...]

Posted by on November 1st, 2012 in blog, Brady Baylor, CFF Features | 1 Comment

  Apparently some of us (me) were too busy mulling over the possible routes Oklahoma could still take to the national championship game to notice that Notre Dame might actually be good.  Against Oklahoma last Saturday night, they looked like, dare I say, an SEC team.  They had a consistent running game, a great run [...]

Posted by on October 22nd, 2012 in blog, Brady Baylor, CFF Features | No Comments

Aggie Woes   I’m sure that Texas A&M is a fine educational institution and all, but they certainly struggle with the concept that the team with the most points after four full quarters of football is considered the victor.  The Aggies have made a habit of firing out of the gate and playing at a [...]

Posted by on October 16th, 2012 in blog, Brady Baylor, CFF Features | No Comments

        Top 10 Roundup       #1 Alabama did what Alabama does, which is win by a convincing margin over anyone in its path.  Missouri, this week’s victim, continues its miserable march through SEC competition, still in search of that elusive first conference win.    On to #3 South Carolina, which [...]

Posted by on October 9th, 2012 in blog, Brady Baylor, CFF Features | No Comments

 Wow, did this past weekend’s college football action change the landscape of the title hunt a little bit, eh?  With AP #’s 3 (Florida State), 4 (LSU), and 5 (Georgia) going down, along with #11 Texas, we still have several unbeatens in the mix, but some will face each other along the way, thus guaranteeing [...]