Random MLB Musings

Over the last few years I’ve been thinking about many different things about the game of baseball that strike me as odd, in addition to recent rule changes. The following topics are all of the things that have been on my mind: Scoring groundouts and fly outs Why is it that when a groundout scores […]

Bear Down For What?

With the NFL draft in the rearview mirror, I decided to take a look at the news around the Chicago Bears both on and off the field. Last week, the Bears drafted Caleb Williams and think he’s going to be the answer at quarterback. As Lee Corso says, not so fast my friend. It doesn’t […]

College Football Playoff? More like the SEC Invitational, featuring Alabama

With the college football playoff being held tomorrow, I decided to look back at the biggest controversy of this year’s playoff, and how this isn’t the first time Alabama has been given preferential treatment. By now everyone knows that 13-0 Florida State was left out for a 12-1 Alabama team, with the committee using the […]

Handicapping the CFP Race Going Into Championship Weekend

The college football regular season is over, but the playoff chase isn’t settled. We still have championship weekend, and then the playoff field will be set, in this the last year of the 4-team playoff. Louisville’s faint playoff hopes vanished with their defeat to Kentucky, and Ohio State’s hopes are on life support following a […]

Handicapping the CFP Race Heading into Week 13

We’re down to the final week of the college football regular season. Rivalry week. The best week in college football, and what makes college better than the NFL. You win this game, and you get bragging rights over your biggest rival for a year. There are no re-matches in college football. At least this year. […]

Handicapping the CFP Race Heading into Week 12

We’re almost at the end of the college football regular season. Ole Miss and Penn State saw their playoff hopes disappear last week, the SEC Championship Game was set, and Texas survived a furious comeback attempt by TCU in Quinn Ewers return. The biggest news this week was the suspension of Michigan coach Jim Harbough. […]

Handicapping the CFP Race Heading into Week 11

Another thrilling week of college football is in the books. Georgia-Mizzou and Alabama-LSU lived up the hype, and both were exciting games. LSU and Mizzou were eliminated from the playoff chase with their losses. In the Big 12, Texas hung on to defeat Kansas State in overtime, stopping the Wildcats on 4th down when they […]

Handicapping the CFP Race heading into week 10

The first playoff rankings are out. In the last year of college football as we know it before radical realignment with mega-conferences and a 12-team playoff takes effect, we’re almost at the end of this season. Kansas upset Oklahoma, while North Carolina’s playoff hopes vanished with their loss to Georgia Tech. Oregon avenged their defeats […]

Handicapping the CFP Race heading into week 9

We’re a week away from the first playoff rankings coming out. A week after Notre Dame dominated USC, Utah defeated them to eliminate USC from the playoff chase and end Caleb Williams chances of repeating as Heisman winner. Virginia upset North Carolina, to give the Cavaliers an emotional boost after last year’s tragic shooting that […]

Handicapping the CFP Race heading into week 8

We’ve crossed the halfway point of the 2023 college football season. Notre Dame absolutely dominated USC, dealing a major blow to Caleb Williams hopes to repeat as the Heisman winner. Oregon-Washington came down to a missed field goal at the end of the game. The rest of the chase held steady, with no major upsets. […]