This is one hell of a play by Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater here last night vs Cincinnati. Does this play help cement Bridgewater's status as the #1 pick in the draft? The consensus among draft experts is Bridgewater will be the first quarterback taken. The Houston Texans lost their 10th straight last night and now sit in the driver's seat for the #1 overall pick. The Texans have long been infatuated with Aggies QB Johnny Manziel but before the season started they had no idea they were going to have the 1st pick. Would you take Manziel #1 overall or would you bank your franchise future on Bridgewater?
Personally I would go Manziel. I know he's a wild card off the field but eventually he has to grow up. His upside is huge and with the exception of Jameis Winston I can't think of a better college QB to build my franchise around. Plus his marketability would be huge in Houston where he is already a known commodity and he would definitely sell tickets and jerseys. I'm not as impressed with Bridgewater's overall play this season. Bridgewater, Jadeveon Clowney, and Stephon Tuitt all took step backs in their junior seasons in my opinion. I thought all 3 of those players would dominate the college game but for the most part they have not lived up to the hype. All 3 could and should be NFL stars if they stay healthy but their not locks like I thought they were before the season to be franchise difference players.
But the real question remains: Fantasy Football Who are you taking? Johnny Football or Teddy Ballgame?
Friday, December 06, 2013
Thursday, December 05, 2013
This radio call is about as real as AJ McCarron's relationship with that horse face who slaps on makeup that Brent Musberger is so infatuated with. But the good thing about games like this are no matter how dramatic and entertaining they are it isn't life and death. It's just a game between college boys in pads and helmets. So don't take it so serious Bama fans. It's not like another Bama fan would kill you for laughing it off. Shit. Never mind. I guess she was a "die hard" fan.
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Tuesday, December 03, 2013
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Monday, December 02, 2013
TAILGATE LIKE A CHAMPION SHIRTS FOR $6
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As a Notre Dame fan it was with much delight to hear USC has come to an agreement with PAC-12 retread Steve Sarkasian to be their new head coach. Sarkasian had a 34-29 head coaching record at Washington where he took over a program that was in the shitter left by another PAC-12 retread in Tyrone Willingham. Granted I have no idea if Sarkasian is a great hire or if he will eventually lead the Trojans back to BCS Bowl games but I'm sure as shit happy they didn't get a Chris Peterson, a James Franklin, a Kevin Sumlin, etc. The only other hire that would have been worse is bringing back Ed Orgeron.
Congratulations USC. You have hired more mediocrity. Average on!
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 11:53 AM
Sunday, December 01, 2013
I could watch these all day. The 2013 Iron Bowl was by far the most insane finish I have ever watched live. I'm not even a fan of either team but I was jumping up and down when Auburn's Chris Davis returned the missed field goal 108 yards for the game winning score as time expired. Insane. Auburn is definitely destiny's child this college football season.
Posted by Matt Fairchild (email@example.com) at 9:27 AM
Friday, November 29, 2013
I'm sorry but I laughed out loud at the Auburn fans and AJ McCarron pissing on the tree. Too fucking funny.
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Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Check out all the new official Wilson Leather NCAA Game Day football we have in stock. These are the exact same footballs that your favorite program plays with on Saturdays in the fall. These footballs are extremely hard to get and are limited edition and also made entirely in the USA.
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