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College Football Hotties 2011 Vol 1

Back by popular demand are the College Football Hotties for 2011.  Enjoy!

The Wildcats may have been overrated this year but she is not.

The Sooners should be able to “shoulder” the load this season.  Ya, I know, that was bad but she’s worth it.

The Red Raiders are in tough competition this season but this hottie clearly stands out above the rest.

She’s keeping the faith despite that ass whooping to Oklahoma.  Keep the faith Longhorns, keep the faith.

“Hmmmm, how the f*ck do we win again?” wonders this hot Gator fan.

Wow!  I would certainly climb a mountain for that.

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College Bowl Predictions

Eagle Bank Bowl in Washington – Navy 39 Wake Forest 21

New Mexico Bowl in Albuquerque – Colorado State 23 Fresno State 14

Las Vegas Bowl in Las Vegas – BYU 48 Arizona 28

Poinsettia Bowl in San Diego – TCU 35 Boise State 29

Hawaii Bowl in Honolulu – Notre Dame 20 Hawaii 17

Motor City Bowl in Detroit – FAU 27 Central Michigan 7

Champs Sports Bowl in Orlando – Florida State 16 Wisconsin 14

Meineke Bowl in Charlotte – UNC 28 West Virginia 21

Emerald Bowl in San Francisco – Miami 24 California 21

Independence Bowl in Shreveport – Louisiana Tech 31 Northern Illinois 21

Papa Johns Bowl in Birmingham – Rutgers 21 NC State 6

Alamo Bowl in San Antonio – Missouri 38 Northwestern 14

Humanitarian Bowl in Boise – Nevada 27 Maryland 24

Holiday Bowl in San Diego – Oklahoma State 34 Oregon 24

Texas Bowl in Houston – Rice 30 Western Michigan 21

Armed Forces Bowl in Fort Worth – Air Force 38 Houston 35

Sun Bowl in El Paso – Pitt 28 Oregon State 14

Music City Bowl in Nashville – Boston College 13 Vanderbilt 7

Insight Bowl in Tempe – Kansas 42 Minnesota 28

Chick-Fil-A Bowl in Atlanta – Georgia Tech 23 LSU 17

Outback Bowl in Tampa – South Carolina 17 Iowa 14

Gator Bowl in Jacksonville – Nebraska 28 Clemson 18

Capital One Bowl in Orlando – Georgia 24 Michigan State 10

Orange Bowl in Miami – Virginia Tech 31 Cincinnati 14

Rose Bowl in Pasadena – USC 42 Penn State 26

Cotton Bowl in Dallas – Texas Tech 45 Ole Miss 35

Liberty Bowl in Memphis – Kentucky 29 ECU 21

Sugar Bowl in New Orleans – Alabama 28 Utah 13

International Bowl in Toronto – UConn 27 Buffalo 7

Fiesta Bowl in Glendale – Texas 38 Ohio State 20

GMAC Bowl in Mobile – Tulsa 41 Ball State 35

BCS Championship – Florida 35 Oklahoma 21

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Great Football Weekend Upon Us

For the first time in several weeks I have the opportunity to make myself a sandwich, grab a beer and sit down and enjoy some college and pro games this weekend.  I so enjoy football season but it also tends to be the busiest time of year with birthdays, holidays and other stuff.  I love this weekend as it is so free and there are great games on both days.


Michigan State v. Penn State

This game is going to be really good.  Penn State has come down to Earth after starting the season so hot.  However the big game in Pasadena is theirs for the taking.  And, what a great way for Joe Pa to go out!

Michigan State looks tough but Penn State’s D is really good.  They are 10th in the nation against the run and Ringer may not have much success.  To keep the Nittany Lion D off balance MSU QB Brian Hoyer will have to have the game of his life.

The biggest key might be that is most likely the last game at Happy Valley for Joe Pa.  This team is going to be pumped.  It is Rose Bowl or Bust.


PENN STATE 23 Michigan State 7   

BYU v. Utah

It is rare when you get a big game out of the Mountain West but this is indeed a big game.  BYU needs the win to increase its chances for a New Years Day Bowl bid.  Utah needs this win to clinch a BCS bowl bid.  As if this Beehive State rivalry needed to get any bigger.

Utah has had some scares in recent weeks but pulled out some wins and then destroyed SDSU last week.  They have a very well balanced team but I’m not sure they have played a very tough schedule. 

BYU on the other hand has one of the top air attacks in the country and QB Max Hall will find a job in the NFL someday.  If Hall can hook up with Austin Collie I think the BYU offense will have a big day.


BYU 35 Utah 26

Texas Tech v. Oklahoma

This is going to be a fantastic game.  Oklahoma is on fire since the Texas game and Texas Tech is just plain awesome.   Harrell and Crabtree are the Brady and Moss of college football. 

Oklahoma is just as stacked and perhaps more well balanced.  Sam Bradford is an NFL ready stud that averages over 300 yards per game.  I think this game is won or lost with the running of DeMarco Murray and Chris Brown.  They are a tremendous 1-2 punch.  Texas contained these two and won the game.  Texas Tech can do the same they will win.  However I am not so sure the Red Raider D is capable of stopping these two.


Oklahoma 45 Texas Tech 42 OT


Chicago v. St. Louis

Yes, I know this isn’t a big matchup but Chicago is my hometown team so I’ll start there.  These two teams are bad but for sake of argument one is a lot worse. 

St. Louis lacks Pace at LT and Steven Jackson at RB.  Bulger is on the downside of his career.  They have Holt (also on the downside) but an upstart WR in Donnie Avery.  If Bulger gets time to pass he will hook up a few times with each. 

Chicago is not good but most teams in the NFL aren’t that good.  All you need these days is health, a couple of breaks and limited errors.  The Bears have been making dumb mistakes on and off the field and it is costing them.  This game is so very important to this team.  Win and they still control their own destiny in a weak division.  Lose and they may slide to 3rd place, ridicule and a new head coach in 2009.


Chicago Bears 24 St. Louis Rams 17

Carolina v. Atlanta

This could be the best game of the day.  Only two teams in the NFC South will make the playoffs which means ATL, Carolina or Tampa will be on the outside looking in. 

Carolina is a top this tough division currently and they should stay there.  However, they are going to have to win down in ATL against Ryan and Co. to cement that lead.

Atlanta should hold their own at home and back to back losses at home are usually rare.  Even with Matt Ryan’s emergence the thing that keeps the offense moving is Michael Turner.  He will have a difficult time breaking free against a stingy Carolina D.


Carolina Panthers 21 Atlanta Falcons 13

Have a fun football weekend everyone!

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College Hotties Volume 3

As long as you guys are diggin them I will keep throwing them up there.  I must say I have seen many hotties this football season.  The only down for us football freaks in the midwest is the weather tends to get chilly now and the college cuties start bundling up.  Fortunately for us the girls of the SEC, ACC and PAC 10 don’t have to deal with the crazy, crappy weather and show us their stuff all football season long.


Rumor has it these ladies are on the TTech Swim team.  If this is true they are the hottest swim team EVER.  My guess is that they are a sorority or the dance team.  Whatever they are they certainly are hot!

The hotties actually have sponsors now.  These hot pieces of Sooner ass are brought to you by Miller Lite.  Now I want a beer too! 

Sterger and Co. root on the Florida State Seminoles.

Do guys look at this and honestly think, “Hmmmm, that takes a lot of athleticism.  Let’s applaud her cheerleading abilities?”  What do we really say?  “Oh yeah!  Imagine how flexible she is in bed.”  I know, we are pigs but that is what’s going through our brains.

Check out the F-Me boots on that Trojan fan!  The belly ring adds a nice touch too.

The Texas Cheerleading Squad certainly doesn’t beat around the bush…do they?  Then again with that kind of advertising maybe they beat around the bush quite a bit.


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NCAA Football Pre-Season Predictions 15-11

#15 Illinois

The Fighting Illini would have been BCS bound if Rashard Mendenhall had stayed.  They are still good enough to make a major bowl game but the questions at running back, linebacker and tough schedule make them third best in the Big 10.  Never the less, Juice and Arrelious Benn will be very entertaining to watch.  They have a lot of depth at receiver so Illinois’ hope is that RB Danny Dufrene can maintain a solid yards per carry average as the team’s #1 back.  The defense took some hits in the off-season but the defensive line is very solid and they should shut ‘run first’ teams down.  The schedule kills their chances of a big time bowl with games against Missouri, at Penn State, at Wisconsin and Ohio State. 9-3

#14 Texas

The Longhorns are usually a staple inside the Top 10 but they lost too many key players from last years team to break inside this season.  The bright spot should be Heisman candidate Colt McCoy.  He has been learning on the job the last two seasons and should really do well this year despite the lack of experience around him.  While the offense should be decent, and sometimes exciting, the defense has a lot of holes.  They were one of the worst teams against the pass last year and have a new defensive coordinator.  Look for Texas to blitz a lot.  The schedule looks pretty much as it does every season.  They do have a very tough stretch where they play Oklahoma in Dallas, Missouri, Oklahoma State, at Texas Tech and two weeks later at Kansas.  It wouldn’t surprise me if they finished 6-6 this season but McCoy is too talented. 9-3

#13 LSU


The domination of 2007 is gone.  Gone is Early Doucet, Matt Flynn, Glenn Dorsey and Craig Steltz.  Gone is the QB of the futue Ryan Perrilloux.  However, the Tigers are loaded with young talent led by QB Andrew Hatch.  While he won’t set the world on fire, LSU QBs just need to be good game managers and he should be an excellent one.  The defense will have problems stopping the talented offense teams in the SEC.  They are very young and are going to make the typical mistakes young defenses make.  Over a 4 week period they play at Auburn, at Florida and at South Carolina.  Then, a week later, they meet the SEC favorites Georgia in Baton Rouge.  9-3 

#12 Texas Tech

This could be your dark horse team in 2008.  The offense only lost one starter and under QB and Heismann hopeful Graham Harrell.  They have a phenomonal recieving corp led by Michael Crabtree and a solid run game led by Shannon Woods.  The defense, while far from dominating, is efficient.  The only weakness on that side of the ball is stopping the run but the young, talented group of linebackers TT has should do a fine job.  The schedule is as tough as it comes.  This is the only reason I didn’t take Texas Tech inside my Top 10.  They have a relatively easy non-conference schedule, which hurts them in the BCS voting, and then it gets brutal.  They play Nebraska, at Texas A&M, at Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma St. and at Oklahoma.  That is as tough a stretch of games as you will find.  9-3 

#11 Arizona St.

Arizona State has a REAL chance to up end USC this season.  They have the offense, defense and coaching to do it.  So, what will stop them?  They are the only one’s that can stop a run at the PAC 10 and National Title.  Really!  QB Rudy Carpenter is a future NFL QB and has a great group of guys surrounding him.  On defense they have a stellar front four that will wreak havoc on most of the passing teams in the PAC 10.  The only thing that could stop them is inconsistent run play or injuries on the lines.  The schedule is tough but they should be able to handle it.  The most difficult stretch should be the middle of the schedule where they play Georgia, at Cal, at USC and Oregon.  9-3

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