(RNN) - Well, this is about the fifth weekend of "Game of the Century" match-ups this season and I, for one, am tired of "Games of the Century". "Games of the Century" should be limited to one per century.
How many Games of the Century were there last century? Bunches.
Week 10 Well, we're officially half-way through the regular College Football season and about 4 months away from pretending to crown a National Champion. Even though a large number of teams are taking
It's a weak week for college football, but a great one for horse racing. Embrace what's beautiful, everybody.
The Line King's old friend Oail A. "Bum" Phillips passed away last week. He didn't know me, but he was still my friend.
The Line King takes time out to remember the late Bum Phillips, the product of a generation that gave us the sort of man you don't see so much anymore: a great American, a great Texan and a great coach.
As The Line King points out at every opportunity, College Football has completely imploded from the grand spectacle it once was and morphed into a 3-hour reality show.
What was wrong with having the Gator, Cotton, Fiesta, Rose, Sugar and Orange bowls played on the same day? Who cares if they overlapped? Half the fun was switching back and forth.
You don't see the words "chicken" and "coward" so much in the politically correct world of college athletics these days.
Old-school coaches trump gimmicks like "whiteout" games, use colorful metaphors, and they also say what they really mean when reporters ask them questions.