Monday, October 21, 2019
Last week, U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., sent a letter to Thomas Bach, the president of the International Olympics Committee, urging the committee to reconsider its decision to host the 2022 Winter Olympics in China.
Fans are increasingly coming to the realization that the Associated Press poll is poorly done and worthless. Anyone want to venture a guess as to why Notre Dame is the highest-ranked one-loss team?
October means it’s time for the good stuff. Bring on the conference matchups. The start of October means the days of teams playing their in-state little cousins are (mostly) over. Conference games mean the fans get the best matchups. What a...
There is a new number one in college football according to media writers and whichever staffers fill the polls for the coaches.
You will again see a large number of changes in my poll this week. Simply put, we are learning more about the teams we are ranking by their performances. It is also becoming clear that some wins are better than others. 
This week reaffirmed what’s been happening all season. There are simply good programs, mediocre programs and not so good programs regardless of which conference your team plays in.
College football is the greatest sport on Earth. It’s the only sport where every regular-season game actually matters. People complain about how there are too many bowl games and that most of them are meaningless exhibitions.
As the Gators and Canes tangle in Orlando, I am giving you the top 25 teams in college football before the season starts--which means absolutely nothing and you should take it as such. This column is for discussion, arguing, debate and having the worst of us come out on Facebook.
The game staying for an additional year is considered a major win for the tourism industry. The Pro Bowl has generated more TV viewers than any other sporting event that Orlando has hosted since the Orlando Magic made the NBA finals a decade ago.
Steube brought out an amendment to the “Equality Act” which would “ensure that nothing in the bill could be construed to require biological females to compete against biological males in sports.”