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Propaganda season in college football begins with SEC Spring Meetings

Follow TSS on Twitter @TheStudentSect Propaganda season in college football, some will say, never really ends. Sports fan delusional season never seems to take days off, either. When Ohio State won the College Football Playoff (CFP) Championship (remember, kids, don’t call it a National Championship unless people aren’t voting on it. There’s nothing “national” about […]

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Should divisions be abolished in college football?

This morning we started our Wednesday roundtable by talking about the UAB football program. This afternoon we are back as TSS Associate Editors Bart Doan and Terry Johnson join staff writer Kevin Causey and a rotating special guest in our weekly roundtables discussing all things college football. This morning we talked about whether the UAB football program should […]

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Should UAB restart their football program?

It’s Wednesday and that means it’s time for our weekly college football roundtable at The Student Section. TSS Associate Editors Bart Doan and Terry Johnson join Kevin Causey and a rotating guest in our weekly roundtables discussing all things college football. Last week we discussed college football rules we would like to change and which college […]

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Satellite camp battle a fruitless fight for SEC, but worth the try

Follow TSS on Twitter @TheStudentSect Overheard on no construction site while roofing a house ever in the history of man: “Hey, could you hand me that hammer. I gotta pop in these 40 bundles of shingles.” “I just put the nail gun by you. It’s all hooked up and ready to go.” “No, I prefer […]

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The Curious Case of Frank Kaminsky

As the NBA draft inches closer, more and more weird things will happen to prospects’ stock levels. Some will drop because of notions that the NBA game has changed; others will rise for that same reason; and many people will abandon all reason for the sake of making uneducated declarations in the hopes of sounding […]

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Post-Combine NBA Draft Big Board

With the NBA Combine (and lottery) done with for another season, some guys have moved up (and down) draft boards. I am reluctant to change too much given that I think years of data, stats, and scouting should outweigh a weekend, but I do think that seeing how some guys are likely to be used […]

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Which college football rivalry should be re-started?

This morning we started our Wednesday roundtable by talking about college football rules we would change. This afternoon we are back as TSS Associate Editors Bart Doan and Terry Johnson join staff writer Kevin Causey and a rotating special guest in our weekly roundtables discussing all things college football. We explored the rulebook earlier so let’s look […]

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College football rules that should be changed

It’s Wednesday and that means it’s college football roundtable time here at The Student Section. TSS Associate Editors Bart Doan and Terry Johnson join Kevin Causey and a rotating guest in our weekly roundtables discussing all things college football. Last week we discussed which college football conference would be the best in 2015 and if conferences should be […]

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Everett Golson to FSU is nothing to sneeze at

Follow TSS on Twitter @TheStudentSect Sometimes, things just fit into place. I’d be lying if I said I didn’t sneeze as I typed the headline to this. At any rate, Florida State finds itself in an enviable position., The Everett Golson Irish Flight Tour 2015 made its final stop in Tallahassee and decided that was […]

Scenario: Chaos ensues in the Pac-12. Florida State gets ambushed. It's 11-1 TCU versus 11-1 Alabama for the fourth playoff spot. Alabama might deserve the bid, but the TSS editors agree: If the Crimson Tide get the nod, they need to get the nod because they've earned more on the field, not because the wear the Alabama brand name and carry the SEC label. Reputation-based, television-friendly selections that diminish a less prominent team's body of work would send a chilling message through the non-SEC precincts of the college football community.

Fisher, Saban Point to Fundamental Change in College Football

Jimbo Fisher and Nick Saban are two of the best coaches in college football, and their paychecks reflect that. Each has won a national championship in the last three years. Both their teams made the inaugural College Football Playoff last season. You’d think both would be pretty content with where the sport is right now. […]

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The Most Important Part Of the Big 12-SEC Challenge Is Not The Matchups Themselves

The coming college basketball season has finalized a schedule for the latest Big 12-SEC Challenge. Naturally, the fact that Kentucky and Kansas will meet is the headline story from the event. Wildcats-Jayhawks might receive more publicity than any other non-conference game on the road to the 2016 NCAA Tournament. John Calipari, Bill Self, and two […]

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Tom Crean draws a line in the sand with dismissals of Davis, Mosquera-Perea

Follow TSS on Twitter @TheStudentSect “If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always got.” – Henry Ford Every attitude or action has a shelf life. I’m not sure anyone will understand this reference, but remember the band Blink 182. In the early to mid 90’s, Blink toiled mostly in the underground west […]

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2015-16 MEAC Preview: What To Do About North Carolina Central

North Carolina Central under head coach LaVelle Moton has absolutely owned the MEAC as of late. They have won the league’s regular season title in two of the previous three seasons, and lost just two conference games in three years. Unfortunately, they’ve been to just one NCAA tournament in that time. Last year, despite going […]

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Jim Harbaugh’s new quarterback camp may be the wave of the future

Follow us on Twitter @TheStudentSect Ann Arbor’s Aerial Assault (A4 from here on out) sounds more like a vengeful female superhero video game than anything football related, but it might end up being the wave of the future in college recruiting if you have the opportunity to put something like that together. Consider it the modern […]

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