C.J. Schexnayder

College Football Contributor


Tennessee vs. Vanderbilt, The Historical: The Yankee Lawyer And The Captain From West Point

In 1925, Tennessee hired a young Captain from West Point, Robert R. Neyland, and entrusted him with the task of defeating the South's most dominant program, Dan McGugin's Vanderbilt squad.

Stanford Vs. Oregon, The Historical: The Wow Boys And The Webfeet

In 1940 Clark Shaughnessy and his Stanford Indians battled the Oregon Ducks in a game that declared the modern T-formation a force to be reckoned with.

Alabama Vs. LSU, The Historical: The Bear And The Chinese Bandits

The 1958 Alabama vs. LSU game was the first time The Crimson Tide was led by Paul W. Bryant on the sideline as well as the unveiling of the Tiger's "Chinese Bandit" defense that would lead them to...

Heisman Switches Sides

When Georgia Tech got handed a devastating 73-0 loss in 1903 by John Heisman's Clemson squad, the Yellow Jackets' partisans took aim on turning their program around by hiring the sardonic coach.

Steve Spurrier Learns to Loath the Bulldogs

The 1966 tilt between Florida and Georgia was Steve Spurrier's most disappointing hour. And a 73-0 Georgia Tech loss to Clemson in 1903 put the Yellow Jackets' aim on the Tiger's head coach, John...

76 Years Of SEC Saturday Nights In Tiger Stadium

The Historical looks back on the origins of LSU's feared Saturday night at Tiger Stadium as well as Clemson's use of new substitution rules in 1965 to earn a victory over NC State.

The Historical, Michigan Vs. Michigan State: The Black Knights Of Red Cedar

This week The Historical looks at Michigan State's dramatic upset of defending National Champion Michigan in 1934 and the 1951 on-field brawl in Bowling Green that cost the Toledo coach his job.

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