The Surgeon General has advised that following the handicapping advice of Vinny and Russell for this weekend's college football games can be hazardous to your health. Four out of five dentists surveyed agree that these picks likely stink. But don't let that stop you from offering your own predictions, claiming after the fact that you did much better, and using this as the open thread to discuss college games all weekend long.
106 comments, Last at 14 Oct 2005, 11:31am by Sid
Desperate for some help to improve their putrid record picking college games against the spread, Vinny and Russell turn to a guest expert for some insight on one of the weekend's biggest games. Plus, have the boys given up on their alma mater? Use this as the open thread to discuss college football all weekend long.
72 comments, Last at 03 Oct 2005, 5:51pm by Carl
Everything is right with the world -- Vinny and Russell are both comfortably back under .500 for the season. This week they take their discerning football acumen and ascerbic wit to the biggest conference games of the weekend, mostly in the 10's, both Big and PAC. Plus they look at the Conference USA barnburner between Tulsa and Memphis, and perform some sophisticated sideline accoutrement analysis.
59 comments, Last at 26 Sep 2005, 7:30pm by Carl
Our college prognosticators (and we do use that term loosely) are back with a rundown of this weekend's biggest games, and an answer to the question, do the Lobos and Aggies play for the Loogie Trophy? Plus, use this as the open thread to discuss college football all weekend long.
68 comments, Last at 21 Sep 2005, 12:49pm by B
On the eve of their road trip to Ann Arbor for the Notre Dame-Michigan game, Vinny and Russell offer their thoughts on that contest as well as the other big college games of the weekend (Texas at Ohio State; LSU at Arizona State) as well as some others you might not have thought of. Plus, use this as the open thread to discuss college football all weekend.
72 comments, Last at 13 Sep 2005, 10:58am by DaveW
We could all use a laugh or two right about now. To that end, the college football season returns Thursday, and with it comes the season debut of Seventh Day Adventure, our college picks column. Vinny and Russell will try to improve upon last year's decidedly mediocre performance. Also, use this as the open college thread to discuss the games all weekend long.
115 comments, Last at 09 Sep 2005, 4:02pm by CaffeineMan
The first season of our college column Seventh Day Adventure draws to a close, as Vinny and Russell weigh in with their opinions on the bowl games that actually matter. They also discuss the Music City Bowl. Use this thread to discuss the big BCS games all weekend.
College football bowl season is upon us (the lame part of it, anyway) and Seventh Day Adventure is back with the first of a two-part bowl-season spectacular. And really, what's more spectacular than the Continental Tire Bowl? Or a not-quite-New-Year's trip to Boise?
This is the final weekend of the college football regular season, with conference championships and BCS berths on the line. Vinny Gauri and Russell Levine break it all down, and answer the question: "What's the perfect reward for a successful trip to Detroit?" This article also serves as the college football open thread to discuss the games and the BCS selections on Sunday.
Think all the college football rivalry games were last week? Think again! Texas A&M no longer lights a big bonfire to prepare for its game with Texas, so instead they'll try to burn down the BCS. This week also brings us the Egg Bowl, the Backyard Brawl, and whatever they call Virginia-Virginia Tech (The Virgin Bowl?). Vinny and Russell have the details on all the college action as well as a thread to discuss college football all weekend long.