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NYT article on the Sod Cemetery


Hopefully we can bury a piece of Rose Bowl sod next week.

Lost in translation: FSU vs Clemson


The big game gets the Taiwanese animation treatment.

Daily Show rips NCAA


Daily Show's take on the NCAA / Student Athlete relationship. Also hints at how the NFL concussion suit could cause problems for NCAA in the future.

How many times do we see this on Saturday?


How many times do we see this on Saturday?

Two Noles on HD's Top 10 ACC list


8. Brandon Jenkins, DE, Florida State: He was second in the ACC with eight sacks for a loss of 62 yards, and had 12 tackles for a loss of 79 yards. He finished with 41 tackles, one pass breakup and five quarterback hurries. He was the team defensive MVP of the nation’s No. 4-ranked defense, and he was still disruptive despite facing double teams throughout the entire season. 10. Rashad Greene, WR, Florida State: Despite missing four games with injuries, Greene led FSU in receiving with 38 catches, 596 receiving yards, and seven touchdown catches as a true freshman. He averaged 15.7 yards a catch and 14.7 yards on three runs from scrimmage. Sammy Watkins is #1 on this list... but I think he is too high.

Ranking ACC Coaches


#6 Jimbo Fisher Age: 46 2011 record: 9-4, 5-3 ACC At Florida State (2 years): 19-8 FBS career: Same FSU was a trendy pick to compete for a national title last season, and by and large it failed to meet expectations. Fisher is a talented offensive coach, but the Seminoles’ porous offensive line and invisible running game have to reflect on him. Then again, the Noles are trendy again, aren’t they? Anything less than an Atlantic Division title in 2012 will be an (yet another) absolute failure for the program. Trending: Down. Year 2 was supposed to be huge in Tallahassee.

Horrible Ivan Maisel article saying recruiting class rank doesn't matter


I know this has been discussed ad nauseum on this site. Please invade their comment section.

The man behind the BCS curtain


Really good behind the scenes look at the BCS: There is no towering corporate office. Its notorious computers aren’t located in some guarded, all-white room in Langley, Virginia. In fact, according to executive director Bill Hancock, for all its control over big-time college football, it’s hard to even call the BCS a governing body. "Some people think we’re this evil corporation in charge of college football," he says, "but that’s just not the case." Despite its cultural impact, the BCS is tiny. It staffs just three people: Hancock and two part-time office assistants. And it’s headquartered out of the director’s suburban Kansas City home. "I don’t give out my address," he says with a laugh, "because I don’t want someone egging my house."

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