In honor of Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis this weekend, here are a couple pictures from passing through earlier this week.
Last night the latest College Football Playoff rankings were revealed. The top 10 are the only teams remaining with a reasonable chance of making the playoff and becoming the national champion, and I’m not sure all 10 of them really have a chance. It will be fun to see how it all comes out because… Continue reading 2017 College Football Playoffs
I made a last minute trip to Lexington for the Missouri game.
I made it to my first Memphis game, it only took 4 years. I had previously made it close enough to tailgate before a game.
I went to the Kentucky game at Southern Miss.
Last weekend 4 of the 9 undefeated major college football teams lost, leaving Alabama, Clemson, Michigan, and Washington as the 4 remaining Power 5 teams and Western Michigan as the only remaining Group of 5 team. I beleive the first 4 now clearly control their own destiny in making it to the playoff, but the… Continue reading And Then There Were 5
Nine teams remain undefeated in major college football, 7 from the power conference and 2 from the Group of 5 conference. Alabama, Michigan, Clemson, and Washington clearly control their own destiny, meaning if they win out they’ll be the 4 teams in the College Football Playoff. I believe Nebraska also controls it’s own destiny because… Continue reading 9 Undefeated Teams Remain
The College Football Playoff teams have been announced and there was no surprise with the teams selected. Clemson remained first and will play number four Oklahoma in Miami. Alabama remained second and will face third ranked Michigan State in Dallas. The only hint of surprise was Michigan State jumping over Oklahoma, but based on the… Continue reading College Football Playoff
Kentucky is now 5-7 and the season is over. The season ended with a 38-24 loss to Louisville after jumping out to a 24-7 halftime lead. Without earning at least 6 wins the Cats are not bowl eligible, therefore the season is over. Sadly for the football team, the basketball team already has more victories… Continue reading Kentucky is 5-7
Kentucky convincingly beat Charlotte, 58-10, to raise our record to 5-6. It was our highest scoring game combined with the game in which we gave up the fewest points. Louisville will visit Commonwealth Stadium in what will be our last game of the season unless we win. Beating Louisville would make us bowl eligible and… Continue reading Kentucky is 5-6
Kentucky fell to Vandy 21-17 in Nashville this weekend, making their record 4-6. Kentucky now has to win out to become bowl eligible. The next game is Saturday against Charlotte. The undefeated list lost a member this weekend with Baylor falling to Oklahoma, and nearly lost Houston who won a close game against Memphis. Minnesota… Continue reading Kentucky is 4-6
Kentucky lost 27-3 to Georgia to extend the losing streak to 4. I watched most of the game and didn’t see enough good play from Kentucky to make me happy. Kentucky next travels to Nashville to play Vanderbilt. On the undefeated front, 5 of the 11 undefeated teams entering the week left with a loss.… Continue reading Kentucky is 4-5
Kentucky lost a disaster of a game to Tennessee, 52-21. Tennessee scored more by halftime than Kentucky would in the game and the second half was worse. Georgia is next. On the national scene, one team fell from the undefeated list. Temple lost a close game to Notre Dame leaving the list with 11. Eight… Continue reading Kentucky is 4-4