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College Football Update, Recap and Perspectives, Saturday, 12-14-19:

Army forgets to bring its tackle box, as Navy blows the Black Knights outta the water in thier annual armed forces confrontation.

On the "Bribery Tutorial" edition of CDST (Part 1):

Hey, if Duncan can play goalie in the GEICO commercial, Tank can certainly play catcher for the Mets …

On the “Bribery Tutorial” edition of CDST (Part 1):
— Well-read recounts his latest episode of “I dream of Tank”; wow, he’s now blocking the plate for the obscenes from Queens (hey, if Duncan can play goalie in the GEICO commercial, he can play catcher)
— Needed somebody to help us out re Fouts (w/regard to the HoF, yes, thankfully he’s in)
— Delving into the genesis of those Saturday Night nightmares
— OU vs. Baylor …. nice but not thrilling … and that Big 12 Sooner defense is not built for the BCS
— Clemson’s on a collision course with the Burrowing Machine (hey, Joe, watch out for Dabo)
— Speculating about the OSU halftime pep talk (was Eddie George or his photogenic mom involved?)
— A special song from Sir MIxalot with plenty of ifs, ands and butts … for my good friend Chuck (yes, the genre of men that this speaks to is still out there)
— Eric reiterates the importance of always keeping things in proportion
— Jalen Hurts returns to the spotlight with his fellow conquerors from Norman, and this is a good thing
— USC … must be bound for the Holiday Bowl… to play Penn St. (Eric our Bowlmaster take pains to so ordaines)
— A rather rude political interlude involving the supposed chiding of Biden by an 83 year old Wilfed Brimley impersonator (“You’re a damn liar, man, … that’s why I’m not sendentary, … and you want to check my shape on, let’s do push ups together …get your words straight, Jack, …look fat, here’s the deal…”)
— Nepotism in politics … it comes with the territory, but common sense dictates certain limits
— Never Trumper Nancy and the mantra of never hating
— Sidney Bernstein CPA gets upbraided for his unpaid tickets, but actually they belong to his wife (Cuff me? Is there something I have in this office … that could make you kind of forget you’re holding those pink tickets … ouch let go of my arm, $200 … there’s one, there’s two, they’re real crisp)
— Don’t make light of Lamar’s limp-wristed throwing style; it’s highly effective, especially when tossed to Chariots of Fire music (but ChabDog contends Maahk is off case with suggestions that the Baltimore QB plays for the pink team … sounds like there’s some projection going on)
— We break the bad news to Caruso that a Boston pro sports team finally lost at home (sorry Bruins)
— Unfortunately, there’s no breaking ground on some unfounded dirt to be unearthed re Malcolm Butler’s suspension for Super Bowl 52,,,, we’ll have to get the Sports e-cyclopedia to look into this … or maybe breakout the roofies laced with sodium pentothal
— Calling out Stevie Belichick for not really calling the plays for his daddy’s team
— Feeling sorry (not) for a flu-ridden bunch of pansies who were too sick to run their two-minute offense in Houston lol
— Looks like nobody does beat Majomes two times in three years
— Musical mates can indeed be toxic between teammates
— And what about Bob Kraft’s synagogue membership (has it been revoked?)
— Pedro for Carl Pavano — or is it Spackler?– along with Brian Rose (yeah that’s a good deal)
— One of us is being an unabashed shill for the Bills (bad move)
— Speculating about exactly who booked passage to Jeffrey Epstein’s island
— Backing into the Skins getting the points against Green Bay would have been a very gutless … and wise move
— Denver jackets have no business being on the body of any sport fan … when accompanied by a Patriots hat
— Yours truly correctly identifies Denver getting 9.5 as a lock over Houston in an obvious trap game
— No way for NO against Jimmy G. … if only we had seen the light
— Thank you Cincy for the incredible half point bad bat against the spread
— Yes, we were very smart to be scared throwing in our lots with Carolina (sorry Maahk)
— Messy Marvin Lewis to Washington … yes, you heard it here
— Way to go Detroit (falling to Minnesota by only 13)
— Miami continues to be trustworthy now that there’s no tanking for Tua
— Pushing our luck trying to pick TB vs. Indy

On the "Sick of Leftovers & Alabama" CDST Show (Part 1):

The Iron Bowl was a big headache for Little Nicky…

On the “Sick of Leftovers & Alabama” CDST Show (Part 1):
— Eric the Well-read stands tall as one helluva stand in
— College football run down … including the saga of gambling man, ex-Trojan Josh Shaw … sour Saban falling short at Auburn … and no time to be sick of The Ohio State
— A classic clip from No Country For Old Men (better be careful what you ask sugary Anton Chigurh) (instructions on how to proceed with a toin coss) (“this coin has been traveling 22 years to be here”)(“don’t put it in your pocket, where it’ll be mixed in with the others and become just another”)
— an unforgettable trip with the Big Green Van (attention all units, this is Sgt. Stadenko … we’re changing from a code green to a code red)
— Frank the Tank pops in with a giant black dildo and then Marc proceeds to bust his balls
— Take a walk on the wild side,as we run roughshod through our massive library of classic clips, quotes and sound bites
— Hear Marc take Barstool to school… “they can’t goof on our boy” … those are our pledges
— A sprinkle of Chris Walken, and then some raw, unchecked Billy Belichick (no days off)
— Find out what a frontier psychiatrist is really like,as told by the Avalanches (that boy needs therapy)
— Billy Squier’s on fire … from way back in 2005 … “Rock Me Tonite”
— A weather update from Boston … if you stuck your sack to a metal pole it would definitely stick
— Good advice for Wolverine fans: turn that TV off
— Beating Dallas … contain Elliott and Prescott and let the others beat you
— The latest on Steve Grogan (what a warrior) and the greatness of Mosi Tatupu
— Giants host Green Bay (worthless vs. weak … take weak)
— Skins vs. Panthers (Well-read trashes Washington, and then unknowingly makes the brilliant move of picking them)
— Caruso goes 0-3, by picking the Niners to shave the Ravens, and then predicts an RG-3 type explosion before Christmas
— The trend wasn’t your friend in TN vs. Indy (yes, Eric, Vinny was the difference, but not in the way you expected)
— Poor Patriots flew to Houston with the flu … so there’s your built in excuse (that’s what happens when youz guys do all those jacuzzis together)
— ChabDog checks in all hot and bothered about the 10 am Browns-Steelers telecast on CBS, but not everyone can understand (he warned you guys… take Pittsburgh getting the points)

College Football Playoff scenarios for 2019:

After focusing on the NFL for most of the season, while doing my work on college football and watching all the games in the background, I decided to take a look at the next two weeks and how they will impact the race for the national championship. Now heading into rivalry week and the ensuing conference championship games, I wanted to go through different game results and how they could affect the playoff picture, plus a prediction of what I think will ultimately happen. We have seen the committee show a lot of inconsistency and rank teams specifically to push those ones they are putting higher than the AP or Coaches Poll. So nothing is impossible at this point, but here is what I would think depending on how the following games turn out:

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NCAAF Top 25 Update, Recap and Perspectives, Saturday, 11-23-19

Great Guns: Brutus and his brutes are running over their foes the JK way!

NCAAF Top 25 Update:

— Jayhawks try and do some major world shaking by hanging with No. 22 I-state, until falling apart in the last frame, when things just got too Purdy for the home team. #Jayhawks #Cyclones
— Boilers continue to be toilers in obscurity at Camp Randall; Taylor tends to the rushing, and things go swimmingly for the Big Bad Badgers. #Boilers #Badgers
— Ducks won’t soon be clucking after getting stuck for a bad time in Tempe by the Devils of the desert. #Ducks #SunDevils
— Sooners continue their tightrope act of living dangerously by holding on for dear life against the fearless Frogs from Ft. Worth. #HornedFrogs #Sooners
— Cincy grinds out a tough victory over Temple and earns its status of top jock in the American Athletic Conference. #Bearcats #Owls
— Who knew that the new and improved Illini would give the Hawkeyes such a tough time in Iowa City; Iowa keeps its cool with Stanley, a powerful tool for effective game management. #Hawkeyes #FightingIllini
— Razors travel to Baton Rouge and undergo a major hazing, with Burrow nearly perfect and the defense largely mounting stiff resistance, other than two, fourth quarter garbage TDs. #Razorbacks #Tigers
— Bears lock horns with the Horns, and this time, apply the brunt of the lethal goring. #Longhorns #Bears
— As the case has been from time immemorial (or at least since the late 80’s) when it comes to getting a win against Michigan, Indiana doesn’t even know where to begin. #Wolverines #Hoosiers
— GA slogs its way to another blue collar victory. #Aggies #Bulldogs
— Will today’s big victory over defenseless UCLA be enough to help Clay stay? Inquiring boosters want to know. #Trojans #Bruins
— Notre Dame throws the Book at Boston College … and it works. #GoldenEagles #FightingIrish
— Banner day for Tanner, and Minnesota gets back on track with a road tromping of Northworstern. #GoldenGophers #Wildcats
— Western Carolina was definitely in the wrong place at the wrong time when they wandered into T-town for cupcake week. And Tide’s attack doesn’t miss much of a beat under replacement Mac. #Catamounts #CrimsonTide
— Auburn junks Samford and sons. #Bulldogs #Tigers
— Brutus and his brutes break down the Nittany Lions the JK way; credit Penn St. with giving the Bucks a pretty stiff test, but let’s face it, when it comes to the Big 10, The Ohio State is the best. #NittanyLions #Buckeyes
— Plus — Harvard goes down hard at the Yale Bowl, blowing a 17 point fourth quarter lead and succumbing in an OT shrouded by darkness. This was perhaps the sweetest win ever for Eli enthusiasts, who may well welcome this recent change in The Game’s fortunes as compensation for objectionable climate change. #Elis #Crimson