I would like to blame my inability to complete this week's musings by Sunday night on the fact that I was waiting for Monday Morning Quarterback today to draft them (my weekly luncheon with Pete Carroll), but the truth is that I failed to complete it on...

People who doubt that college football is the greatest sport (at any level) on the planet are missing out on an entirely exhilarating part of contemporary life.  I have been convinced of its superiority for many years, and yet even I was refreshed and renewed...

I have to say, this week's musings are harder to write than after the Stanford loss.  While that loss was far worse, in that it was at home, and to a terrible team, this loss forces me to face a very likely scenario that I...

I draft this week's musings a bit earlier than normal, this time purposely wanting to get them out before I leave Chicago, as all of the commentary, thoughts, digested analysis, and raw emotion are still fresh in my mind.  Plus, after Monday Morning Quarterback tomorrow,...

And we're off, with the first half of the 2007 college football season officially behind us, and the back nine ahead, there is much to focus on, and much to wonder.  Indeed, are we shaping up for the strangest college football season of all time? ...

Contrary to your understandable assumptions, I have not delayed typing these musings for 48 hours because I have been under suicide watch, or because the tears in my eyes have prevented me from seeing the computer monitor.  I actually waited on purpose to draft this...

And so it begins - Upset Saturday, and the college football world is going crazy.  Luckily, we have no playoff system or rational postseason system, so we get to rely on the media to sort it all out, and they are brilliant.  =)  The only...

A reasonably exciting week across the board, so I will get right into it.    - Not so sure what to say about the Pac-10 defenses this week (besides USC, of course).  While Cal and Oregon continue to win, note the points being given up by other...