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New Arkansas Razorbacks Logo Looks Like Pumbaa from the Lion King

The University of Arkansas unveiled its new secondary logo yesterday and the Internet has decided that it reminds them of Pumbaa, the lovably flatulent warthog from… 84 more words

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Johnny Smoke-Screen

Johnny Manziel hasn’t taken a single snap in the NFL yet and he’s arguably one of it’s biggest stars already. Johnny Football is charismatic, exciting and born to be in the spotlight. 1,072 more words

NFL

Attention, SEC: The Achilles' Heel of the Alabama Defense

Three national championships in four years.  Dozens of draft picks making millions of dollars in the NFL. The Alabama Crimson Tide, led by defensive gurus Nick Saban and his henchman Kirby Smart, have been without question the most dominating team in college football for the last five years.  873 more words

Oklahoma

Big 12 Coaches Discuss State Of College Football

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – The mercurial state of college football could be summed up by listening to Big 12 coaches respond to questions Monday as spring practices draw to a close. 816 more words

Sports

Alabama C Chad Lindsay announces transfer to Ohio State

Chad Lindsay, who started four games at center for the Alabama Crimson Tide last season, is transferring to Ohio State, according to CBS Sports’ Jeremy Fowler… 76 more words

NCAAF

Charlie Strong: Texas won't be in national championship game

Charlie Strong has been on the job at the University of Texas for three months since replacing Mack Brown — long enough to get a read on the state of the program and how good his first Longhorns squad could be. 291 more words

NCAAF

Charlie Strong warns Texas fans they won't win a national championship this year

New Texas coach Charlie Strong told a crowd of Longhorns fans that their team will not play for a national championship this year.

Not exactly what any fan base wants to hear from their coach. 304 more words

NCAAF

lboogie81 reblogged this on The Student Becomes The Teacher and commented:

Blasphemy (or just honesty)?