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Posted by on October 8th, 2012 in blog, CFF Features, Dan Pierson, Freaks, Uncategorized | 3 Comments

  And this my friends,is what makes College Football so special!! It really doesn’t matter to whom your allegiance lies; if this doesn’t give you a chill, well you might want to check for a pulse. Check out our advertisers, they help sustain our shenanigans….  

Posted by on October 8th, 2012 in CFF Features, Dan Pierson | 1 Comment

And let me take some Longhorn hides with me!  Geno Smith, Tavon Austin and the rest of the swag-tastic Mountaineers strutted into Darrell K. Royal Stadium on Saturday night ready for their first Big-12 road game.  Playing under the lights in Austin is a wee-bit different than strapping on the pads in Papa John’s Stadium, [...]

Posted by on September 27th, 2012 in blog, CFF Features, Dan Pierson | No Comments

The Noles are back, baby!  The good folks in Tallahassee might as well start rounding up the RV’s for the trek down I-95 to Miami cuz the Noles are coming for the BCS title game!  All exaggerations aside FSU ran rampant on Clemson in the 2nd half this past weekend.  It wasn’t just the score [...]

Posted by on September 20th, 2012 in blog, CFF Features, Dan Pierson | No Comments

Tallahassee will be rocking this Saturday evening as their beloved Seminoles host Clemson in the most anticipated college game of the weekend.  Both major polls have the Noles ranked #4, with the Tigers checking in at #10 in the AP, #9 in the USA Today and you can bet the Doak will be rocking and [...]

Posted by on September 18th, 2012 in blog, CFF Features, Dan Pierson | No Comments

First off, yes I realize each of my picks from last week’s “Randomness” blog was wrong.  Quick recap: ‘Bama vs Arkansas would be “closer than expected”… um yeah not so much; “filleted Irish”… Notre Dame dominated Sparty on the road; “blackened Gator”… the Vols started strong, but Florida had an astoundingly dominant 2nd half (Jeff [...]

Posted by on September 13th, 2012 in blog, CFF Features, Dan Pierson | No Comments

The highlight (or lowlight if you like to chant Woooo Pig Sueeeey) of week 2 in college football was definitely the Louisiana-Monroe Indians Warhawks taking down previously 8th-ranked Arkansas in Little Rock.  The tiny school from the Sun Belt Conference came into the game unafraid of the big stage (in previous years they had made [...]

Posted by on September 6th, 2012 in blog, CFF Features, Dan Pierson | No Comments

Nick Saban’s boys are once again dominant.  College football is almost always about who can get the best players (duh!), so when the greatest defensive mind in the sport combines with some of the best recruiters in the nation, and they work for a university with top-notch everything and unlimited funds you get the current [...]

Posted by on August 29th, 2012 in blog, CFF Features, Dan Pierson | No Comments

How does one of the most prolific, explosive and fast-paced offenses in all of college football become even scarier?  By naming a freshman as their QB, naturally!  This past weekend Chip Kelly tabbed Marcus Mariota (from Honolulu football juggernaut St. Louis HS) as his new offensive ring-leader and Ducks fans nation-wide rejoiced.  While naming a [...]

Posted by on August 8th, 2012 in CFF Features, Dan Pierson | No Comments

Let’s start the latest installment of this series by going back to national Signing Day of 2011.  DeAnthony Thomas is a tiny (5’9”, 170lbs) but horrifyingly fast (4.3 40-yd dash, 10.57 100-meter dash) athlete from Crenshaw HS in Los Angeles, and is being recruited hard by USC’s 2nd year head coach Lane Kiffin.  The Trojans [...]

Posted by on July 25th, 2012 in blog, CFF Features, Dan Pierson | 1 Comment

Last season I blogged it was a shame nobody had hired Mike Leach to coach their football team; at the time my entire argument was based around the fact that Mike Leach is a darn good football coach who does nothing but win games with an entertaining style of football.  I argued that any AD [...]