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Houston Cougars 2008 Outlook

August 28, 2008

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Houston Cougars Head Coach: Kevin Sumlin (1st year) Stadium: Robertson Stadium (32,000) 2007 Record: 8-5 (6-2 C-USA West) Postseason: Lost to TCU 20-13 in Texas Bowl Key Returnees on Offense: QB Case Keenum Key Returnees on Defense: NT Eli Ash, DT Tate Stewart, DE Phillip Hunt, LB Cody Lubojasky, CB Brandon Brinkley, SS Ernest Miller, […]

Houston Cougars 2008 Outlook

August 28, 2008

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Houston Cougars Head Coach: Kevin Sumlin (1st year) Stadium: Robertson Stadium (32,000) 2007 Record: 8-5 (6-2 C-USA West) Postseason: Lost to TCU 20-13 in Texas Bowl Key Returnees on Offense: QB Case Keenum Key Returnees on Defense: NT Eli Ash, DT Tate Stewart, DE Phillip Hunt, LB Cody Lubojasky, CB Brandon Brinkley, SS Ernest Miller, […]

Still in arms' reach

August 20, 2008

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With a little over a month to go, the Cardinals, like it or not, are within arms’ reach of catching the Milwaukee Brewers for the Wild Card lead. And while the Brewers have been playing great baseball as of late, the Cardinals have been lying in the weeds and losing to the perennial losers that […]

Southern Methodist 2008 Outlook

August 18, 2008

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Southern Methodist Mustangs Head Coach: June Jones (1st season at SMU, 76-41overall) Stadium: Gerald J. Ford Stadium (32,000) 2007 Record: 1-11 (0-8 C-USA West) Postseason: None Key Returnees on Offense: QB Justin Willis, RB DeMyron Martin, WR Emmanuel Sanders Key Returnees on Defense: LBs Will Bonita, Justin Smart, CS Bryan McCann, SS Bryce Hudman, FS […]

2008 Central Florida Outlook

August 12, 2008

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Central Florida Knights Head Coach: George O‚ÄôLeary (22-28, 4 years at Central Florida, 74-61 overall) Stadium: Bright House Networks Stadium (45,323) 2007 Record: 10-4 (7-1 C-USA East) Postseason: Lost to Mississippi State 10-3 in Liberty Bowl Key Returnees On Offense: TE Corey Rabazinski, WRs Rocky Ross and Kamar Aiken Key Returnees On Defense: DE Bruce […]

Carolina cops busting athletes' balls?

August 8, 2008

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Friday’s edition of The State in Columbia ran a story on USC donor Eddie Floyd, who claimed that the campus police at the University of South Carolina was targeting athletes, mainly football players. While I’m not sure how true the accusations are, one of my fellow bloggers wrote an entry on the comments made by […]

Well?

August 7, 2008

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When Gerald Ford said 34 years ago that the long national nightmare was over, he was referring to the aftermath of Watergate in which Richard Nixon resigned. Not the soap opera that has been the last month with the Green Bay Packers and Brett Favre, who parted ways late Wednesday night when Favre, the only […]