We see a lot of strange stories flow through the inbox and across our television screens related to sports passions running wild. We see the frenzied, sign-carrying fans on “College GameDay.” The competition continues to grow with the advent of new television networks (FOX Sports 1, NBC Sports Network, CBS Sports Network), 24-7 radio networks [...]

On Sunday, the Fantasy Freaks on FOX Sports Radio welcomed a very special guest to truly kick off football coverage for the fall of 2013. Phil Steele, college football guru and publisher of the jam-packed, 352-page preview, joined Peter Burns and Mike Harmon to set the scene for the 2013 College Football season. Who’s hunting [...]

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The dust has barely settled in Miami, where the Alabama Crimson Tide steamrolled the Notre Dame Fighting Irish to claim their third title in the past four years. It was the fourth title of Saban’s career. He’s run roughshod over the SEC since he first joined the LSU Tigers and, barring a sudden change of [...]

Monday night’s BCS Championship Game was a veritable yuck-fest. Well, it was for virtually everyone except Notre Dame fans and their investors. I suspect the television ratings for the second half slid markedly, so perhaps some broadcast executives or those who booked ad space deep into the game weren’t particularly thrilled, either. At one point, [...]

You might remember the story of a man being arrested for “performing a simulated sex act on an unconscious man” following the BCS title game this past year. It made all of the rounds on sports talk radio and the evening laugh-fests. On Tuesday, Louisiana prosecutors reached a plea agreement with the perpetrator, a man [...]

If you watched Saturday’s slugfest between Alabama and Arkansas, you probably got caught up in the emotion and swings of this game, whether or not you have any affiliation or love for the SEC. I bleed the purple of Northwestern, and even I couldn’t sit and watch the slate of terrible games proffered by the [...]