I’ve been waiting (very impatiently) for College Football to start and now it’s upon us… THANK GOODNESS! While it’s hard to fathom December weather at this point, with current Florida temps in the upper 90’s and 100% humidity, the fact of the matter is… it’s Officially FOOTBALL SEASON… ~ THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR ~ It’s the most wonderful time of the year. There’ll … Continue reading ‘TIS THE SEASON – FOR COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Finally, after months, all the college football fans got their fix a few days ago during kickoff weekend with Week 1 (post Week Zero) of NCAA College Football. If you’re not a true fan you won’t understand, but for those of you who do, you can relate to the feeling I experienced leading up to that day…. chill bumps, hair standing up on my arms and … Continue reading Not Panicking with Hurricane Season – Mild Gusts from Week 1
I recently spent a week on the West Coast in the San Francisco area and also explored communities to the south and north of there and absolutely loved it! I went to a Giant’s game in AT&T Park and the views of the bay and mountains were stunning. I thoroughly enjoyed the trip and had an incredible time experiencing a different landscape, culture, weather and … Continue reading West Coast Visit – Nothin’ like the SEC!
There are so many good games today, many of which are being played simultaneously – I’ll have to keep up on my game tracker! Of the bigger rivalry battles, these are my picks – impartial and totally based on who I think will rise to the occasion and get the victory… (1) Clemson vs. South Carolina – Tigers Georgia vs. Georgia Tech – Bulldogs (8) … Continue reading My Rivalry Picks, for What it’s Worth
Why go to the game when you can livestream from your phone, tablet or laptop, or watch it on an array of networks via cable and satellite TV? Easy answer – there’s nothing quite like being in a stadium with thousands (sometimes more than 100,000) of other football fans cheering for their team, donning their school colors, and ultimately experiencing the feeling of victory or … Continue reading Biggest House, Best Fans, By the Numbers
I’m not a bandwagon fan – I actually went to college at Mississippi State – SEC – specifically, the SEC West. If you’re a true sports fan, you’re objective. Having said that, the SEC naysayers were RIGHT! We sucked it up in the bowl games – the SEC West dropped the ball as a whole; no pun intended. ‘How the West was won’ consisted of … Continue reading SEC West Bowled a Strike-OUT!
I’m not a bandwagon fan – I actually went to college at Mississippi State – in the SEC – namely, the SEC West. If you’re a true sports fan, you’re objective. Having said that, the SEC naysayers were RIGHT! We sucked it up in the bowl games and in addition to that, the SEC West dropped the ball, no pun intended. ‘How the West was … Continue reading SEC West Bowled a Strike-OUT!
What conferences have the most teams in bowl games and how are they performing so far? There are six remaining games to be completed in addition to the CFP semifinal games tonight. Here are the numbers as of 3:15 p.m. CST on New Year’s Day. Conference name, % of teams that made it to a bowl game, win-loss record so far, and how many teams … Continue reading Bowls by the Numbers