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Homerism Clause In Longhorn ESPN Contract?

At least that's what the Longhorns' ability to potentially sack on-air talent that doesn't suit the Bellmont narrative suggests. This is the relevant passage in the IMG contract obtained by the...

Your comprehensive 2008 UConn men's basketball preview: The search for Calhoun's gold

There are four-year-old children out there who haven't seen UConn win a national title. Let's fix that. Hey everybody! It's Basketballmas in...

Georgia Tech Fans Still Think the Yellow Jackets Won the ACC

Georgia Tech fans are delusional.

Preseason Blog Poll Ballot Up for Review

Help me fill out my preseason ballot for the Blog Poll. Your opinion matters at Gobbler Country.

2009 ACC Football Predictions: Week 3

Predicting Week 3 of the ACC season. The Hokies, Noles and Hoos all have big non-conference games. Georgia Tech travels to Miami, trying to start the season 2-0 in league play.

10 ACC Players I'm Looking Forward to Watching in 2009

Here are the 10 players in the ACC that for one reason or another I'm looking forward to seeing play in 2009.

Mid-Major Monday/Homerism: Modern Times at Southern Miss

As a Southern Miss fan, you get accustomed to certain cycles. Straight-ahead runs on two out of three first downs, a failed jailbreak screen once every quarter or so (success here is defined by the...

Following Up: We've Got to Massively Expand This Place

Last week, the buzz was East Carolina (and maybe Memphis) offering to do anything for the Big East – and they mean anything – in an all-out effort to get the hell out of Conference USA....

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