It's rivalry week in college football and you know what that means -- time for Vinny and Russell to roll out their "expertise" on the Apple Cup matchup of 3-7 Washington State vs. 2-8 Washington -- plus picks on the games people actually care about. Will they be bold enough to guarantee an Ohio State win by both picking Michigan?
81 comments, Last at 22 Nov 2005, 2:21am by Erasmus
How did Russell manage to not make a single dollar despite going 5-2 in his picks and spending last Saturday in Las Vegas? In this week's Seventh Day Adventure, Vinny uncovers Russell's scheme to make the entire trip tax deductable, plus discussion of all the top college games this weekend.
63 comments, Last at 14 Nov 2005, 11:09pm by Michael David Smith
Is it possible to watch Virginia Tech play Miami without trying to adjust the color on your television set? Is anybody paying attention to Colorado or Oregon? And who will win the game of the year in the Big Ten: Penn State or Wisconsin? (Excuse me, did I read that right?) Go all around the world of college football with the cast of Seventh Day Adventure.
172 comments, Last at 09 Nov 2005, 3:07pm by Vinny
Vinny has some advice for Florida coach Urban Meyer, and some fond memories of Oklahoma QB Jamelle Holieway, while Russell is hopping aboard the New Jersey U. (err, Rutgers) bandwagon as the Knights attempt to get bowl-eligible. Plus, rundowns of all the biggest college games, including Thursday's Boston College-Virginia Tech tilt, and a discussion thread for college football action all weekend.
127 comments, Last at 02 Nov 2005, 9:10pm by Pat
Despite Hurricane Wilma forcing some postponements, Vinny and Russell offer up a lucky seven college picks this week -- lucky for you if you go the other way, that is. This is also the open thread to discuss college football all weekend long.
85 comments, Last at 27 Oct 2005, 11:28am by Sid
Have you ever wondered what would happen if Vinny and Russell ever both picked the same team as their Fred Edelstein Lock of the Week? Hold on to your tin-foil hat, you're about to find out. Plus, use this as the open thread for discussion of all the weekend's biggest games, including USC-Notre Dame and Penn State-Michigan.
150 comments, Last at 25 Dec 2006, 4:54am by Sid
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