The Unbalanced Line Daily v.4

Friday, April 29, 2011

What I'm Reading Today


Spring Games Galore Tulsa , Mich. State, Oregon Rutgers

 It will seem like a long summer so get your football fix in now. 


The Unbalanced Line Daily v.3

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

What I'm Reading Today

Carolina March takes a look at some common misdirection practices behind Title IX

The New York Times report of the Title IX fudging is here.

Really interesting reads.


From the Quad

Auburn's Chizik speaks out against the HBO Real Sports story that Auburn player had been paid to play - because if there's one thing Auburn is known for it's: not paying players to play for them.

GETTHEFUCKOUTTAHERE, Chizik. I've just about had it with Auburn.


Dennis Dodd speculates about the future of the bowl system.

I think we know what will come of this.


The Unbalanced Line Daily v. 2

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

What I'm Reading Today


Tressel Allegations Emerge

The NCAA have notified Ohio State of Jim Tressel's violations.


Pitt Blather's Big East Non-expansion Expansion non-Update


NCAA Officials are in the Pocket of Fiesta Bowl 


The Unbalanced Line Daily v.1

Monday, April 25, 2011

What I've Been Reading

An interesting and very well written examination of the Orange Bowl's color barrier as untested by Syracuse in 1953

It's penned by Kleph from Roll Bama Roll

Army football conference talk has a way of resurfacing at about this time each year

Sal discusses the idea with new AD Corrigan. 


A 122 page hardly researched slideshow looks at the worst loss for every FBS school

Army is listed on page 41 of the slideshow and the Cadets worst loss is: a tie. '46, Notre Dame fought the might Army squad to a 0-0 tie, effectively ending one of the best winning streaks in college football history.

Kickoff times have been announced for the 2011 Black Knights

 Sal has the times listed along with future football schedules.


Video interview with injured Rutgers DE Eric Legrand

The first update on #52 that we've had in a while. "Never will I stop believing."
He is obviously in great spirits, uplifting news. 


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