Category Archives: College Football

Osceola Swifter than War Eagle, Just Barely

Shayn Roby’s Take: It’s only fitting that Florida State’s shirts would have the score backwards, because that game was so near to being a loss that anyone could make the mistake.

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Monday, January 6, 2014

BCS National Championship

Pasadena, California

Florida State 34  Auburn 31

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Vanderbilt Out Duels Houston In BBVA Compass Bowl

Shayn Roby’s Take: The Vanderbilt Commodores became the SEVENTH SEC team to post a bowl victory this year, with the BCS National Championship Game yet to be played. The Auburn Tigers will represent the SEC in its quest for an eighth straight National Title in Division I College Football on Monday, January 6, 2014.

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Perhaps somewhere today in heaven, Irby “Rabbit” Curry is smiling, as Vanderbilt out dueled Houston 41-24 in the BBVA Compass Bowl in Birmingham to cap off a season with a bowl victory for the second year in a row.

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Prior to the Commodore victory, they were shown this inspirational video:

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This video perhaps was inspirational to this year’s edition of the Commodores and helped create the right mindset and mental toughness to achieve another bowl victory.  Perhaps the spirit of “Rabbit” Curry is smiling, as some believe his spirit urged Vandy on to victory against Texas after Vanderbilt coach Dan McGugin told them about Curry prior to the game on October 22, 1921. …

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January 3 Bowl Winners: Tiger Day, Missouri Tigers in Cotton, Clemson Tigers in Orange

Shayn Roby’s Take: Tigers win….twice. Both the Clemson Tigers and Missouri Tigers logged in Bowl wins on Friday, January 3 in the Orange and Cotton Bowls, respectively.

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January 3, 2014

Cotton Bowl

Arlington, Texas

Missouri 41  Oklahoma State 31

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Orange Bowl

Miami Gardens, Florida

Clemson 40  Ohio State 35

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College Football Bowl Results: Monday Dec. 30

Shayn Roby’s Take: Today’s Bowl Game winners were, Navy, Ole Miss, Oregon, and Arizona State. Mack Brown coached his last game at Texas. Arizona State left people scratching their heads as they were wondering how in the world the Sun Devils ever made it to the Pac-12 Championship game.

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Monday, December 30 2013

Armed Forces Bowl

Fort Worth Texas

Music City Bowl

Nashville, Tennessee

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Mississippi 25  Georgia Tech 17

Alamo Bowl

San Antonio, Texas

Oregon 30  Texas 7

Holiday Bowl

San Diego, California

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Final Regular Season Pro-Gridiron Roby Ratings

Shayn Roby’s Take: The Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos nailed down the top two spots in the final regular season Roby Ratings. Two teams, the Arizona Cardinals (10-6) and the Miami Dolphins (8-8) did not make the playoffs, but finished in the top twelve, but there was no room in the inn for them. Green Bay (ranked 17th) won the NFC North with an 8-7-1 record, and the Philadelphia Eagles (ranked 13th) claimed the NFC East with a 10-6 record.

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Shayn Roby's Pro Gridiron Report

Team         Record       PD         WP         LD       CR

1.Sea         13-3          18.6      105.5     (0.36)    123.7

Car,SF,Jac,Hou,Tn,Ari,StL,TB,Atl,Min,NO,NYG,StL, (Ind),(SF),(Ari)

2.Den          13-3         20.7       101        (0.39)  121.3

Bal,NYG,Oak,Phi,Dal,Jac,Was,SD,KC,KC,TN Hou,Oak,(Ind),(NE),(SD)

3.Car         12-4         12.5         97.5       (0.75)    109.3


4.Cin           11-5           12.5        98.0    (1.94)   108.6


5.SF           12-4          13.4        91.5       (0.23)   104.7


6.NE         12-4          10.6         93.0       (0.66)   102.9


7.NO           11-5           11.0        91.0    (0.93)    101.1

Atl,TB,Ari,Mia,Chi,Buf,Dal,SF,Atl,Car,TB, (NE),(NYJ),(Sea),(StL),(Car)

8.Ind           11-5            5.5         90.0   (1.08)       94.4


9.Ari       10-6              5.5        81.0     (1.07)      85.4


10.KC            11-5           12.5        70.0   (0.56)       81.9


11.SD        9-7               4.8       78.0      (3.05)       79.8


12.Mia    8-8              (1.8)     78.0       (2.59)      73.6


13.Phi          10-6             6.0        63.5  (2.06)       67.4


14.Pit       8-8                0.9      64.5     (2.80)        62.6


15.Chi    8-8             (3.3)      68.0      (3.56)        61.1


16.Bal    8-8               (3.2)     61.5      (2.30)       56.0


17.GB       8-7-1           (1.1)      58.8    (2.48)        55.2


18.StL   7-9            (1.6)         57.0        (2.13)      53.3


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Mrs. Dee Dee McCarron Screaming War Eagle?!?!?

Shayn Roby’s Take: Maybe there IS HOPE for peace in the Middle East. If even Alabama and Auburn fans can put their extreme disdain for one another aside, reconciliation is possible ANYWHERE!!! Indeed there may be hope for our planet after all.

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This year has brought a monumental change in human behavior that may sweep across our nation.  Never again will one American be able to hate another.  Well, maybe that’s stretching the Truth quite a bit.  However, something has happened that almost never happens.  An Alabama fan is rooting for Auburn during a football game.  Mrs. McCarron reportedly met Tre Mason in New York at the Heisman ceremonies and according to Graham Watson of Yahoo Sports, is rooting for the player and not necessarily the team.  The Crimson Tide mom tweeted this picture of a shirt that she ordered for the National Championship game.

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Alabama Crimson Tide Take On Oklahoma Sooners in the Sugar Bowl

Shayn Roby’s Take: The Crimson Tide are disappointed that they won’t be playing for a third consecutive national championship, but they still are better than the Sooners. Expect Alabama to prevail by at least one touchdown.

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Thursday, January 2, 2014

Sugar Bowl

New Orleans, Louisiana

76.0 Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Oklahoma Sooners 50.9

Alabama by 7

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