Monthly Archives: September 2014

Week Two Preview: If Ann Arbor Pops Up, Swipe Left

The Big 2 and the Little 8. That’s how the Big Ten for a long stretch of time. From 1968 to 1982, Michigan and/or Ohio State had at least a split of the Big Ten title. Michigan State and Iowa … Continue reading

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Week 1 Review: Sumlin’s World Emerges Out of Johnny’s Ashes

When Texas A&M football joined the SEC in 2012, it was essentially a reboot for the program. It was similar to when a new actor plays James Bond or The Doctor. Their history, while solid, wasn’t particularly storied, so it … Continue reading

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