NCAA Football Zone Week 1 Beast Mode Performers

It’s finally here!  Our long anticipated NCAA Football Zone Weekly Beast Mode Performers.  As our fan base is aware, this weekly post concept was created as a tribute to my son who I will often hear say, “Dad, that player is in beast mode (or he is a beast)”, which translates into someone having an incredible performance.  We […]

Ohio State now without Braxton Miller win against Navy

Ohio State without 2-time Big 10 Offensive Player of the Year Braxton Miller due to injuring his shoulder again still won against Navy in Baltimore, MD 34-17.  If you can believe it, the Buckeyes were actually down going into halftime 6-7.  Braxton’s replacement Redshirt freshman J.T. Barrett completed 12 of 15 passes for 226 yards and two touchdowns […]

FBS programs need to think twice before scheduling North Dakota State

FBS programs need to think twice before scheduling North Dakota State.  The 3-time FCS Champs are not afraid of anyone and would welcome the invitations to keep playing.  For the 5th straight year, North Dakota State have beaten an FBS foe. Saturday, North Dakota State took out Iowa State 34-14.  The Bison no longer look these wins as upsets […]

Maryland makes it look easy and overwhelms Jamses Madison

Maryland made it look easy and overwhelmed an under matched James Madison squad 52-7 to open their 2014 season in College Park as a member of the Big 10.  Although quarterback C.J. Brown was only 11 of 24 for 111 yards, he was able to score 3 times on the ground. Coach Randy Edsall was very happy with his […]

James Conner & Pittsburgh cruise to win over Delaware

Pittsburgh’s RB James Conner on 13 carries totaled 145 yards and 4 TDs–yes, 4TDs against the Blue Hens of Delaware Saturday.   The FCS team was no match for the Panthers who outgained Delaware 501 yards to 64 and whose RB had scores of 7, 8, 1 and 19 yards.   This was the first shutout for Pittsburgh in nine years. Pittsburgh […]

Arkansas hangs for a half and then Auburn cruises

Arkansas hangs with the defending SEC Champs for a half and then Auburn turns it on to win easily 45-21.  Jeremy Johnson started the opening game instead of Nick Marshall who stood by watching the game from the sidelines.  Johnson passed for 243 yards and two TDs in place of the partially suspended Heisman candidate.  […]

Welcome back Everett Golson as the Irish beat up Rice in opener

Everett Golson put on a show in his first outing in over a year and a half throwing for 295 passing yards with 2 TDs. but that was not his whole day.  Golson also added 3 rushing TDs against a Rice team from Houston, TX.  Despite 5 Notre Dame players out due to an ongoing investigation on academic fraud, […]

No repeat for Appalachian State as Michigan rolls

Michigan made sure history wasn’t repeated when Appalachian State visited the Big House this afternoon.  The Wolverines routed the Mountaineers 52-14 and erased any chance of bringing back that nightmare from 7 years ago.  This was a game that proved to be nothing more than a warm up for Michigan’s upcoming date with Notre Dame. Appalachian State is competing this […]

Georgia & Todd Gurley pull away from Clemson

Todd Gurley came into the 2014 with high expectations and he made a statement against Clemson in a game many expected to be much closer than 45-21 final score. After being tied going into half-time at 21 a piece, the Georgia defense put the clamps down and held the Tigers scoreless the second half.  QB […]

Alabama wins against a determined upset minded West Virginia team

The Crimson Tide had tot survive a scare from a determined West Virginia team who came to the Chick Fil-A Kickoff in Atlanta with hopes of pulling off the upset.  Alabama eventually won 33-23 at the Georgia Dome in a game where Blake Sims was not flashy but efficient with the offense.  Sims was 24 of 33 for a […]