Wednesday, June 28, 2017

#CFB - 6/28/17

Since it's the offseason, I let some tweets build up before making this post.  A little bit of everything in this round up.

Monday, June 19, 2017

#CFB - 6/19/17

Today's Twitter round up includes some broadcasting news, the beginning of the next NCAA controversy, and some ACC analysis.

Saturday, June 17, 2017

#CFB - 6/17/17

Not a lot trickling out of Twitter today, but I managed to find a few good pieces.

Friday, June 16, 2017

Thursday, June 15, 2017

#CFB - 6/15/17

I'm starting a new feature at the blog, where I post tweets that catch my eye in relation to college football.  I imagine this will be a bigger feature the closer we get to the actual season.


Thursday, June 8, 2017

National Title-Winning Coaches Update

First off, I commend Bob Stoops for identifying when the time was right for him to leave and congratulate him on an outstanding career with Oklahoma. He’s taken a few “character chances” in the last 3-4 years, but he’s generally been one of the good guys in the sport. Best of wishes moving forward, Big Game Bob!

That being said, we are down to 4 active coaches who have won a national title. Back in January, I promised I would break down the head-to-head history. With Bob’s retirement, my job just got a little easier 😊.

An analysis of Mark Richt's tenure at Georgia

To the casual college football observer, Mark Richt is a respectable head coach.  He coached the Georgia Bulldogs for 15 years, and only had one losing season (a 6-7 mark caused by a bowl loss).  Nine of those seasons had 10 or more wins.

But one thing Richt always gets dinged for in a coaching discussion is his inability to get Georgia to the national title, and even the inability to win the SEC championship, even though Georgia was in the perceived weaker SEC East.

I thought I would take a look at Richt's tenure at Georgia just to see if any of those message board claims have any merit.