With Wisconsin on bye, let’s check out what happened across the Big Ten landscape on Saturday afternoon. Michigan 78 Rutgers 0 – No words to describe this kind of ass-kicking from Michigan. They dominated Rutgers in the worst way possible. Scarlet Knights got their first
Must-See TV 22. Florida State at 10. Miami (-3) 7:00 pm ABC – Is this the first time in a long while where Florida State-Miami means something. Florida State loses another game, they are in a full spiral. If Miami wins and if it’s in
Hurricane Matthew caused LSU Tigers and Florida Gators to postpone their 11 am start on Saturday morning. It’s the right thing to do. Florida knew this was possible, yet they didn’t come up with a contingency plan for a new place to play Saturday’s game.
Kalis says he felt the hit on Newsome was a cheap shot. Defender went right at his knee. — Nick Baumgardner (@nickbaumgardner) October 4, 2016 Lineman are a sensitive bunch. Even though, they are the biggest guys on the team, they are some of the
This is a fun podcast. We had a good time with this one, and I hope you all check it out. We talk about the Ryder Cup, preview the MLB playoffs including my Mike Trout rant, previewing Giants-Packers along with what’s going on in Packerland
It was hard to imagine Wisconsin going 3-0 during their gauntlet which pitted them against Michigan State, Michigan and Ohio State. After their dominating performance versus Michigan State, people thought it might be possible. Then news came out late last week Vince Biegel would miss
Wisconsin Badgers come to Ann Arbor as double-digit underdog. Once again, no one believes in Wisconsin. This is the third week where people have no faith in the eighth-ranked team in the country. It might be fair this Saturday as they go into battle with
News came out Thursday that Wisconsin linebacker Vince Biegel will miss two to four weeks as he’s getting a screw put in his foot as its currently cracked. Additionally, kicker Rafael Gaglianone will be done for the year with a back injury. This is a
Ahead of our time like we live our whole lives backwards. Same team. New look. #BlackoutTheCarter pic.twitter.com/zlwPL2Gjir — TCU Football (@TCUFootball) September 29, 2016 I love this look for TCU. They are one of the more creative teams in college football when it comes to
Tapping The Keg podcast returns again with a sadder start than usual as Mitch and I begin the show talking about the death of Jose Fernandez. We also reflect a bit on Arnold Palmer before I give Mitch a crash course on the Ryder Cup.