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Sunday Morning Bowl Watch

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The Granddaddy — aka the Rose Bowl — is probably the most special of the Bowl games, due in no small part to its location and its scheduling time. It begins at 2:00 pm (Pacific) time, which means the beginning of the game . . . → Read More: Sunday Morning Bowl Watch

Sunday Morning Bowl Watch

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I’m going on record now: The Tigers will win the FBS Championship on January 13, 2020.

Take it to the bank. It’s a Joe Namath-esque guarantee.

I say that because the Clemson Tigers (in an absolute thriller) and the LSU Tigers (in . . . → Read More: Sunday Morning Bowl Watch

Sunday Morning Uni Watch

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Ah, Championship Weekend, when everyone gets a trophy the best team from each NCAA conference is crowned, concluded yesterday, and even though we had a limited slate of games, there were some good looking ones. One of those was the ACC Championship, which . . . → Read More: Sunday Morning Uni Watch

Sunday Morning Uni Watch

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“GEAUX” (Pronounced “GO”)

That’s how fans of the LSU Tigers have been cheering their team on for decades — co-opting the French “eaux” (pronounced “O”) and adding it to the English “Go”. It’s a quaint way of combining the French influence down in, . . . → Read More: Sunday Morning Uni Watch