Steveo’s Salvos – January 31, 2016

This is my least favorite time of the year regarding college football, and it’s not because there are no games being played right now – well, not on the playing fields any way. I understand that the game can’t be … Continue reading

Steveo’s Salvos – January 20

Savoring the past season and already thinking about the next.  I see Coastal Carolina will be joining the SunBelt in 2017 to make it 130 FBS teams with Alabama-Birmingham rejoining ConferenceUSA that season. It will be a nice time of … Continue reading

Steveo’s Salvos – January 13, 2016

We don’t have to tell anybody else who watched Monday night, but GREAT GAME!  The line play was a great fight up front between both teams.  Heisman winner Derrick Henry still got his yards and got the big yardage on that … Continue reading

Steveo’s Salvos – January 10, 2016, FBS Championship insight

Clemson vs. Alabama: This will be a battle up front between big, gifted, experienced lines. We saw Clemson defeat Oklahoma, 37-17, in the CapitalOne Orange Bowl. QB DeShaun Watson and RB Wayne Gallman took care of the ground game against … Continue reading

Game 505: Baylor improvises to defeat UNC, 49-38

Baylor innovates offense to outpace North Carolina, 49-38, to capture Russell Athletic Bowl Orlando, Florida (December 30, 2015) – Looking forward to a high-scoring affair in the matchup, I told people I didn’t know who was going to win, but … Continue reading

Game 507: Tennessee dominates Northwestern in Outback, 45-6

Volunteers wear down Wildcats in Outback, 45-6 Tampa, Florida (January 1) – Like last season, ended a great season with a dominant victory by the Tennessee Vols in a bowl game.  Our season ended with a whimper again, and … Continue reading

Game # 506: Clemson wins to meet Alabama for National Championship

Tigers lower boom on Sooners in second half to advance to FBS final, 37-17 Miami Lakes, Florida (December 31) – The No. 1 Clemson Tigers (14-0) trailed the No. 4 Oklahoma Sooners 17-16 at the half, but the offense, led … Continue reading