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I’d rather be the underdog

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Published on : July 28, 2017

    As football season approaches there is a pretty wide range of thoughts and feelings that approach with it. There’s the excitement of finally being able to watch my favorite sport every season. There’s also the uncertainty that comes along with not being a fan of […]

Could Alabama beat the Cleveland Browns?

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Published on : December 12, 2016

    Seems like every year, sports pundits and talking heads compare college football’s best against the NFL’s worst in some hypothetical showdown. First off, it could never happen, ever. Not like when people say McGregor vs. Mayweather won’t happen. I mean legally, it can’t happen. We […]

SBS Remembers: The SMU Death Penalty

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Published on : December 7, 2016

    There was a time in college football when the cash was flowing and players were bought. Boosters and coaches lined pockets of their potential recruits, using money and gifts to build powerhouse programs. Winning the game was all that mattered and this was how the game […]

This loss stings

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Published on : November 29, 2016

    This one still stings. It’s going to sting for a while. Probably until next November.   It’s now been three days since The Game, and I’ve barely been able to bring myself to leave the house ever since. The sick feeling in my stomach is eerily […]

Showdown in Columbus

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Published on : November 22, 2016

    It’s finally almost here. The moment everyone in Ann Arbor, Michigan and Columbus, Ohio have been waiting for. The moment college football fans across the country have waited for. The Game, the name given to the annual matchup of the University of Michigan Wolverines and […]

Trump won. The Wolverines lost. And the Lions are in 1st place. Welcome to our strange new reality.

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Published on : November 14, 2016

  What a week this has been. If you asked me on Monday November 7, 2016 what life would be like after that day, I probably would have told you that it would be pretty much the same. The world would keep moving on in the same […]

Dark Days Ahead for Michigan State

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Published on : November 1, 2016

    Don’t let the final score fool you. The game may have been a bit closer than many people, including the oddsmakers in Vegas, had thought it would be. But for most of last Saturday’s matchup between Michigan and Michigan State, the Wolverines were in control. […]

How the mighty have fallen: The sad story of the 2016 Michigan State Spartans

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Published on : October 17, 2016

  What is happening in East Lansing? The Michigan State Spartans, a powerhouse in the Big Ten and contender for the national championship in recent years, are in shambles. The team sits on the cusp of missing a bowl game, less than one year after winning a […]

Michigan Wolverines are storming towards OSU and the College Football Playoff

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Published on : October 10, 2016

  If you didn’t watch the University of Michigan Wolverines road win over the Scarlet Knights of Rutgers then you missed one of the more lopsided games in the modern history of college football. I say modern history because if you count the entirety of college football […]

Dusty Wolverines: Burning Man and College Football

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Published on : September 18, 2016

    For a few short weeks every year, the third largest city in the Nevada springs forth from the nothingness of the Black Rock Desert. This vast expanse of alkali-flats, situated in the northern part of the state, is the home of Burning Man. The festival of art, music […]

Student Athletes of the World Unite

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Published on : September 6, 2016

    Should student athletes be allowed to unionize? That’s a complicated question that has yet to be definitively answered. This is a battle that is far from over. So I’m here to give you my thoughts on the issue.   I’ve alway had a firm belief […]

#7 feels about right for the Wolverines

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Published on : August 28, 2016

    The AP released the first Top 25 poll of 2016 recently, signaling the beginning of college football. The preseason poll is all speculation, but it’s fun to see where the pundits put our favorite teams in relation to other teams around the country. It’s no surprise […]

Is Jabrill Peppers the second coming?

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Published on : August 13, 2016

    After just one season as head coach of the University of Michigan Wolverines, Jim Harbaugh has already achieved god-like status for fans of the team. That might be a little over the top but that’s just the way it seems in Ann Arbor and all across […]

Lou Holtz: Trump Supporter, Xenophobe, Crazy Old Kook

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Published on : July 21, 2016

      I never really thought I could dislike Lou Holtz more than I already do. Sure, his endless ranting about how great Notre Dame is every year annoyed the hell out of me, but he seemed like just another harmless old man whose whits had […]

SBS Film Vault: The Program

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Published on : April 8, 2016

    I don’t know about you, but I LOVE this movie. Maybe it’s because of the times I enjoyed watching it with fellow high school football teammates and getting pumped up before games or maybe it’s just because it’s a totally badass college football movie. I […]

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