Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Since week 1, I have had LSU at the top, in large measure because their win over Texas was so impressive. Since then, Texas has lost two more times, including Saturday’s inexplicable defeat at TCU where quarterback Sam Ehlinger threw four interceptions.
Dolphins wide receivers Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson knelt during the anthem before Sunday’s home game against the Tennessee Titans.
The crowd roared its approval as Florida State became bowl eligible Saturday with an expected romp over Alabama State-- and the chants are growing louder, especially from current players, to hire interim Head Coach Odell Haggins.
Gamblers know all about the Super Bowl but it seems more Americans than ever are betting on the big game and President Donald Trump is one of the reasons. 
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.
In just a few weeks, the Alliance of American Football (AAF) will begin play in Orlando. This will be the eighth professional football team to call Orlando home (shout out to the Panthers, Broncos, Blazers, Renegade, Thunder, Tuskers and Rage!)...
U.S. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., is continuing his efforts to make sure China does not host the 2022 Winter Olympics.
It is quite obvious that we come from a family that loves this country and are willing to offer the ultimate sacrifice if called upon, as countless other brave patriots have already done and are now doing.
Last week, I wrote that we would learn a lot about the state of football in the state of Florida this past weekend and, boy, did we ever. 
There is a train of thought in college football that if a team loses a single game, they’re out of it.  Every year, the college football playoffs prove this line of thought is far from the truth and this year is shaping up to be no exception.