Back in Blue

Boise State players coming out to pregame warm...

So, the NCAA decided blue uniforms on a blue field is OK after all. Go figure.

The Boise State football team will once again be allowed to wear blue uniforms on the blue smurf turf. As will the Eastern Washington football team (red on red), and presumably the Oregon Ducks (green on green – well maybe that pushing it a bit). I’m not so certain the team will really relish the idea – seeing how they really seem to prefer the black unis – but the point is the restriction has been officially lifted.

The funny part of the whole debacle is the role the Mountain West Conference played in all of this. After all, they put the original restriction in place (for in-conference games) when Boise State joined the conference, and did not remove the regulation from the conference rule book until Boise negotiated a return to the conference. However, when the NCAA threatened to ban “color on color”, the MWC went to bat for Boise, and argued that we should be allowed to keep the blue on blue. How funny is that – the “evil” conference came to the rescue! As Sally Field might say, “They like us! They really like us!”

Boise State broncos scrimmage

Personally, I’d love to see the blue on blue go away. It’s just personal preference. I like more contrast. So, white or orange (although not the “creamsicle” orange we had last year) seems best. Even the new gray jerseys are OK. The players seem to like the black, and I have to admit it looks pretty mean and tough, but in reality gray and black are not really a school color. At least not yet. So we should probably stick to white and orange.

The other ruling from the NCAA regarding uniforms that affects us – the numbers on the unis will have to be larger and of a highly contrasting color. This is good for these old eyes. I could hardly read the numbers on the gray jerseys we have. Wish they could do the same for the names.

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40 Responses to “Back in Blue”

  1. Alyssa s Reply

    Name 6 People On The Chargers? Team football team

    • Offense
      NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT EXP COLLEGE
      17 Philip Rivers QB 26 6-5 228 4 North Carolina State
      7 Billy Volek QB 31 6-2 214 8 Fresno State
      6 Charlie Whitehurst QB 25 6-4 227 2 Clemson
      22 Tyronne Gross RB 24 5-9 213 1 Eastern Oregon
      43 Darren Sproles RB 24 5-6 181 3 Kansas State
      21 LaDainian Tomlinson RB 28 5-10 221 7 TCU
      33 Michael Turner RB 25 5-10 237 4 Northern Illinois
      41 Lorenzo Neal FB 36 5-11 255 15 Fresno State
      34 Andrew Pinnock FB 27 5-10 250 5 South Carolina
      89 Chris Chambers WR 29 5-11 210 7 Wisconsin
      84 Craig Davis WR 22 6-1 207 R LSU
      80 Malcom Floyd WR 26 6-5 225 2 Wyoming
      83 Vincent Jackson WR 24 6-5 241 3 Northern Colorado
      40 Legedu Naanee WR 24 6-2 226 R Boise State
      81 Kassim Osgood WR 27 6-5 220 5 San Diego State
      88 Eric Parker WR 28 6-0 180 6 Tennessee
      87 Scott Chandler TE 22 6-7 265 R Iowa
      85 Antonio Gates TE 27 6-4 260 5 Kent State
      86 Brandon Manumaleuna TE 27 6-2 288 7 Arizona
      50 David Binn C 35 6-3 223 14 California
      61 Nick Hardwick C 26 6-4 295 4 Purdue
      65 Cory Withrow C 32 6-2 287 8 Washington State
      68 Kris Dielman G 26 6-4 310 5 Indiana
      79 Mike Goff G 31 6-5 311 10 Iowa
      63 Scott Mruczkowski OL 25 6-5 318 3 Bowling Green
      66 Jeromey Clary OT 24 6-6 306 1 Kansas State
      73 Marcus McNeill OT 24 6-7 336 2 Auburn
      72 Roman Oben OT 35 6-4 305 12 Louisville
      70 Shane Olivea OT 26 6-4 312 4 Ohio State
      Defense
      NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT EXP COLLEGE
      74 Jacques Cesaire DE 27 6-2 295 5 Southern Connecticut State
      99 Igor Olshansky DE 25 6-6 309 4 Oregon
      97 Ryon Bingham DT 26 6-3 303 3 Nebraska
      93 Luis Castillo DT 24 6-3 290 3 Northwestern
      91 Brandon McKinney DT 24 6-2 324 R Michigan State
      76 Jamal Williams DL 31 6-3 348 10 Oklahoma State
      54 Stephen Cooper LB 28 6-1 235 5 Maine
      51 Tim Dobbins LB 25 6-1 246 2 Iowa State
      92 Marques Harris LB 26 6-1 245 3 Southern Utah
      56 Shawne Merriman LB 23 6-4 272 3 Maryland
      95 Shaun Phillips LB 26 6-3 262 4 Purdue
      52 Carlos Polk LB 30 6-2 262 7 Nebraska
      59 Brandon Siler LB 22 6-2 239 R Florida
      94 Jyles Tucker LB 24 6-3 258 R Wake Forest
      53 Anthony Waters LB 23 6-3 238 R Clemson
      57 Matt Wilhelm LB 26 6-4 245 5 Ohio State
      31 Antonio Cromartie CB 23 6-2 203 2 Florida State
      29 Drayton Florence CB 26 6-0 195 5 Tuskegee
      24 Cletis Gordon CB 24 6-1 197 2 Jackson State
      28 Steve Gregory CB 24 5-11 185 2 Syracuse
      23 Quentin Jammer CB 28 6-0 204 6 Texas
      25 Paul Oliver CB 23 6-0 208 R Georgia
      32 Eric Weddle DB 22 5-11 200 R Utah
      42 Clinton Hart S 30 6-0 205 5 Central Florida CC
      20 Marlon McCree FS 30 5-11 202 7 Kentucky
      Special Teams
      NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT EXP COLLEGE
      10 Nate Kaeding PK 25 6-0 187 4 Iowa
      5 Mike Scifres P 27 6-2 236 5 Western Illinois

  2. Anonymous Reply

    Complete List Of All NCAA Men’s Basketball Teams Sponsored By Addidas, Nike, Under Armour? Any division d1 d2 d3. just a whole list of mens basketball teams sponsored by them. ^
    and JORDAN
    and JORDAN

    • Here they all are. I edited it a couple times just to make sure..

      Under Armour

      Calgary Dinos
      Western Ontario Mustangs
      Auburn Tigers
      Boston College Eagles
      Delaware Blue Hens
      Gardner-Webb Runnin’ Bulldogs
      Hawaii Warriors
      Kean University
      La Salle Explorers
      Maryland Terrapins(*)
      McNeese State Cowboys
      Nichols College
      Minot State Beavers
      Northwestern Wildcats
      South Carolina Gamecocks
      South Florida Bulls
      Southern Illinois Salukis
      Temple Owls
      Texas Tech Red Raiders
      Toledo Rockets
      Towson Tigers
      Truman State Bulldogs
      UNC Greensboro Spartans
      Utah Utes
      Wagner College
      Whittier College
      Youngstown State Penguins

      Nike

      Arkansas Razorbacks
      Air Force Falcons
      Alabama Crimson Tide
      American Eagles
      Arizona Wildcats
      Arizona State Sun Devils
      Army Black Knights
      Ateneo Blue Eagles
      Ball State Cardinals
      Baylor Bears (football)
      Boise State Broncos
      Butler Bulldogs
      BYU Cougars
      California Golden Bears
      Clemson Tigers
      Colorado Buffaloes
      Connecticut Huskies
      Creighton Bluejays
      Davidson Wildcats
      Dayton Flyers
      De La Salle Green Archers
      Duke Blue Devils
      East Carolina Pirates
      Florida Gators
      Florida State Seminoles
      FEU Tamaraws
      Fresno State Bulldogs
      Friends University
      Georgetown Hoyas
      Georgia Bulldogs
      Georgia State Panthers
      Gonzaga Bulldogs
      Harvard Crimson
      Houston Cougars
      Idaho Vandals
      Illinois Fighting Illini
      Illinois State Redbirds
      Iowa Hawkeyes
      Iowa State Cyclones
      James Madison Dukes
      Kansas State Wildcats
      Kentucky Wildcats
      Liberty Flames
      LSU Tigers
      Marquette Golden Eagles
      Marshall Thundering Herd
      Memphis Tigers
      Miami Hurricanes
      Michigan State Spartans
      Minnesota Golden Gophers
      Montana Grizzlies
      Ole Miss Rebels
      Missouri Tigers
      Navy Midshipmen
      New Mexico Lobos
      NC A&T
      North Carolina Tar Heels+
      North Florida
      Ohio State Buckeyes
      Oklahoma Sooners
      Oklahoma State Cowboys
      Old Dominion Monarchs
      Oregon Ducks
      Oregon State Beavers
      Penn State Nittany Lions
      Pittsburgh Panthers
      Princeton University
      Purdue Boilermakers
      Rice Owls
      Rutgers Scarlet Knights
      Saint Francis University
      St. John’s Red Storm
      San Diego Toreros
      San Diego State Aztecs
      SMU Mustangs
      USC Trojans
      Southern Miss Golden Eagles
      Stanford Cardinal
      Syracuse Orange
      TCU Horned Frogs
      Texas Longhorns
      Vanderbilt Commodores
      Villanova Wildcats
      Virginia Cavaliers
      Virginia Tech Hokies
      UAB Blazers
      UCF Knights
      UNLV Rebels
      Wake Forest Demon Deacons
      Washington Huskies
      Washington State Cougars
      West Virginia Mountaineers
      Wyoming Cowboys
      Xavier Musketeers

      Jordan

      California Golden Bears
      Georgetown Hoyas
      Marquette Golden Eagles
      North Carolina Tar Heels

      Adidas

      Akron Zips
      Arkansas State Red Wolves
      Baylor Bears (basketball)
      Bowling Green Falcons
      Brown Bears
      Bucknell Bison
      Central Michigan Chippewas
      Cincinnati Bearcats
      Denver Pioneers
      Duquesne Dukes
      Durham College
      Drake Bulldogs
      Eastern Michigan Eagles
      FAU Owls
      FIU Golden Panthers
      Franciscan University of Steubenville
      Georgia State Panthers
      Grand Valley Lakers
      High Point University
      Howard Payne University
      Indiana Hoosiers
      Kansas Jayhawks
      Lindenwood Lions[2]
      Louisville Cardinals
      Jacksonville State Gamecocks
      Loyola Marymount Lions
      Lyndon State College
      Maine Black Bears
      Mercer University
      Miami (OH)
      Michigan Wolverines
      Milwaukee Panthers
      Mississippi State Bulldogs
      Mount Olive College
      Nebraska Cornhuskers
      Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks
      NMSU Aggies
      NC State Wolfpack
      Northern Illinois Huskies
      Northwestern Wildcats (ending in 2012)[3]
      Notre Dame Fighting Irish
      University of Ontario Institute of Technology Ridgebacks
      Saint Mary’s Gaels
      SIU Edwardsville Cougars
      SMU Mustangs
      Tennessee Volunteers
      Texas A&M Aggies
      Troy Trojans
      UC Davis Aggies
      UCLA Bruins
      UIC Flames
      ULM Warhawks
      UMass Minutemen
      Utah Valley Wolverines
      Weber State Wildcats
      Western Michigan Broncos
      Wisconsin Badgers

  3. David Reply

    State Of Alabama : What Image Best Describes Your State? Hello State of Alabama

    My partner and I are obsessed with the States, so much in fact that we have put together a very big drawing of the USA but we want to fill in each state with what you think best symbolises your state. It can be a car, a recepie, a hotdog, your state flag etc etc

    Any help would be much appreciated

    Many Thanks

    Dave

    • There are several answers I could give… but, the main image for the state I would choose is either a houndstooth hat or the script “A” used by the University of Alabama. The houndstooth hat was worn by Paul “Bear” Bryant, who guided the Crimson Tide to six national titles. However, Alabama’s football tradition is decades older than the Bear. In 1925, 60 years after the end of the Civil War, most Southern states were still suffering extreme poverty. The Rose Bowl was established at the turn of the 20th century to determine the nation’s best football team and pitted the best team from the East against the best team from the West. Despite going 9-0 and outscoring opponents 277-7 (only Birmingham-Southern had scored on the Tide that year, and they lost 50-7). Still, the Tide was no where near the top of the Rose Bowl’s list for Eastern teams as everyone considered Southern football, along with Southern culture, inferior. It was only after Dartmouth, Yale, and Colgate turned down the chance to face Western champion Washington that the committee turned to Alabama. Most writers considered the Tide fodder for a superior Washington team. But, Alabama shocked the nation by beating the Huskies 20-19 in the 1926 Rose Bowl. On the way back to Tuscaloosa, the team was celebrated at every Southern town with brass bands. The 1925 Tide, by beating Washington, had upheld the honor of the South.

      The 1925/26 national title was the first won by Alabama. Since then the Crimson Tide has won 12 more national titles — the last coming in 2009. Auburn, another school in Alabama, won in 2010. This year the Crimson Tide enters the season as the national consensus second-ranked team in the nation. In lower divisions, Troy University has won, I believe, six national titles, the University of North Alabama four national titles and Livingston University one title. Tuskegee and Alabama State have each won national black titles during segregation. Three former Crimson Tide quarterbacks have led their teams to Super Bowl wins: Bart Starr, Joe Namath and Kenny Stabler. About a third of the nation’s Division IA (FBS) teams have at least one Alabama-born player on its roster. Entire communities have been known to shut down on Friday night and assemble at the local high school for the game of the week.

      It is difficult to understate the roll of football in the state of Alabama. We might rank near the last of states in terms of education, roads, health care, poverty, etc., but our football teams were better than yours. You could deride us as being rednecks, but we still shelled your teams on Saturdays. Football was the one thing we could point to, and still can, that we are really, really good at. That’s why I think something football related — whether it is houndstooth or the Alabama script “A” or even a football — would best represent Alabama.

  4. Jeremy Reply

    What In Your Opinion, Is The Best University In Washington?
    Washington State

    • No, not Washington State(cougs), they are the party school who suck at football. The UW (University of Washington) is the best school. It is one of the best for actual leaning on the west coast, plus they are best in many fields of education and have a kickass football team compared to the Cougars. Huskies rule. Plus Washington State is in Pullman, basically surrounded by desert and farmers in Eastern Washington, the UW is in the Seattle area, near a hip city and nice beaches. UW rules.

  5. David Reply

    NCAA Football Video Game..? I am wondering what are all the teams featured in the video game ncaa football 2013.. Not just the top 25 like all of them

    • Air Force 75 75 74 3
      Akron 63 67 61 1
      Alabama 97 92 95 6
      Arizona 83 81 84 3
      Arizona St. 85 84 80 3
      Arkansas 95 95 87 5
      Arkansas St 81 86 74 2
      Army 73 75 71 1
      Auburn 93 89 91 6
      BYU 89 89 84 4
      Ball State 73 77 71 2
      Baylor 87 88 84 3
      Boise St. 89 89 82 6
      Boston College 85 83 86 3
      Bowling Green 75 75 76 2
      Buffalo 71 75 69 1
      Cal 85 89 76 3
      Central Michigan 73 77 69 2
      Cincinnati 89 84 87 3
      Clemson 97 95 91 5
      Colarado 83 80 82 2
      Colorado State 83 81 80 2
      UConn 83 83 80 3
      Duke 83 84 78 2
      ECU 83 80 82 2
      Eastern Michigan 77 78 73 1
      FIU 85 83 82 1
      Florida 91 84 93 6
      FAU 60 60 63 1
      Florida St. 97 92 95 5
      Fresno St. 87 89 78 2
      Georgia 97 95 91 5
      Georgia Tech 87 86 84 4
      Hawaii 79 78 80 2
      Houston 87 84 86 3
      Idaho 65 64 67 1
      Illinois 83 81 82 3
      Indiana 77 77 76 2
      Iowa 91 89 89 4
      Iowa St. 83 81 82 2
      Kansas 79 80 76 2
      Kansas St. 91 92 86 3
      Kent St. 71 69 74 1
      Kentucky 83 83 80 2
      LSU 99 92 95 6
      La Tech 81 81 78 1
      Louisville 87 84 86 3
      Marshall 73 75 71 2
      Maryland 85 80 87 3
      Memphis 61 66 60 1
      Miami(FL) 91 88 89 6
      Miami(OH) 79 80 74 2
      Michigan 97 94 91 6
      Michigan St. 93 89 89 4
      MTSU 65 70 61 1
      Minnesota 77 75 76 2
      Mississippi St. 87 84 86 3
      Missouri 89 89 84 4
      North Carolina St. 91 89 87 3
      Navy 77 77 76 3
      Nebraska 91 91 87 5
      Nevada 83 83 80 3
      New Mexico 65 64 69 1
      New Mexico St. 65 70 60 1
      North Carolina 91 89 87 4
      North Texas 69 70 69 1
      NIU 79 78 76 2
      Northwestern 87 86 84 3
      Notre Dame 97 94 95 6
      Ohio 81 81 80 2
      Ohio St. 95 89 95 6
      Oklahoma 97 95 93 6
      Oklahoma St. 95 92 91 5
      Ole Miss 83 81 84 2
      Oregon 99 94 95 6
      Oregon St. 79 81 76 2
      Penn St. 89 86 89 5
      Pitt 85 89 76 3
      Purdue 87 84 84 3
      Rice 73 75 73 2
      Rutgers 87 83 87 3
      SMU 89 89 84 3
      San Diego State 83 84 76 3
      San Jose 73 75 73 1
      South Carolina 95 92 91 4
      Southern Miss 83 81 80 2
      Stanford 93 91 89 5
      Syracuse 81 83 78 3
      TCU 93 94 87 5
      Temple 81 83 84 2
      Tennessee 89 88 84 4
      Texas 99 91 99 6
      Texas Am 93 92 87 4
      Texas St. 65 67 65 1
      Texas Tech 87 89 82 3
      Toledo 83 81 80 2
      Troy 73 74 73 2
      Tulane 65 69 63 1
      Tulsa 91 89 86 2
      UAB 65 69 65 1
      UCF 85 84 82 3
      UCLA 87 88 82 2
      UL Lafayette 77 81 71 1
      UL Monroe 69 74 65 1
      UMass 63 67 61 1
      UNLV 63 67 61 2
      USC 99 99 91 6
      USF 81 80 80 3
      UTEP 75 74 76 2
      UTSA 63 66 63 1
      Utah 95 92 91 4
      Utah St. 75 78 73 1
      Vanderbilt 77 80 74 2
      Virginia 89 88 84 3
      Virginia Tech 95 88 99 5
      Wake Forest 81 84 76 2
      Washington 93 92 86 4
      Washington St. 79 83 74 1
      West Virginia 87 91 76 4
      Western Kentucky
      West Michigan
      Wisconsin
      Wyoming

  6. Anonymous Reply

    What Is All The Divisions In NBA And What Do They Mean?

    • The NBA is made of 30 teams divide into two conferences – Eastern and Western Conference. Each conference has 15 teams and these are divided into 3 divisions, meaning each division has 5 teams.

      The divisions in Western Conference are
      1. North West – Oklahoma City, Denver Minnesota,Portland, Utah
      2. Pacific – LA Clippers, Golden State, LA Lakers, Sacramento, Phoenix
      3. South West – San Antonio, Memphis, Houston, Dallas, New Orleans

      Divisions in Eastern Conference include
      1. Atlantic – New York, Brooklyn, Boston, Philadelphia, Toronto
      2. Central – Chicago, Indiana, Milwaukee, Detroit, Cleveland
      3. South East – Miami, Atlanta, Orlando, Charlotte, Washington

      American sports follows a play-off format (as opposed to league format used in European football)

      Hope this helps.

  7. Anonymous Reply

    Bangor Washington Naval Base And Kings Bay Georgia ?s? Does anybody know anything about these two areas? My husband and I have to choose where we want to be stationed and I want to know more about them. I know chances of getting where you want to go is slim but I’d still like to know. I would like to know anything about both places if possible such as weather, nightlife, which would be better, etc. Any info will help, thanks.
    Btw we do not have any kids and we like to go out on weekends where the nightlife is fun and we are big into concerts and music.

    • Both locations are within 1 hour of a major city. They are in quiet areas for a reason due to security.

      Bangor is around 1 hour from Seattle give or take and depending on how you get there. Bremerton/Silverdale are small towns, while they do have major amenities the concerts/nightlife isn’t really there, you would have to go to Seattle or Tacoma for it. It can be easy getting over there sometimes and difficult others. Ferries don’t go through after around midnight/1 am so you would have to drive around through Tacoma to get back and from downtown that can be awhile. Tacoma is about 45 mins/1 hour away and there could be things in Gig Harbor as well but not much. You do have 2 commissaries and 2 exchanges to shop at. Both bases (Bangor & Bremerton) are small but up to date on everything. There is movie theaters, Target, WalMart, major mall, Sears, Costco, Toys R Us and other things there. You are 1 to 1 1/2 hours away from Olympic National Park, 3 hours to Canada if you want to go, nice wildlife, beautiful mountains. Weather can be bad at times and good at others. It isn’t as sunny and warm as Georgia which is sometimes good and sometimes bad. You do get 4 seasons. The people are a bit laid back, don’t mind changes, good restaurants, and an easy way of life, the food is great there with fresh fruits & veggies from Eastern Washington, Pacific Salmon too. Housing is alright and remodeled recently. There is a nice Naval Hospital there which services everyone. Seattle & Tacoma have concerts all the time. Seattle has professional Football, Basketball and Baseball teams. They also have college sports as well. It is the gateway to the Pacific so you can go to places like Japan, Alaska, Canada, Hawaii, Australia, Mexico. You could look at Gig Harbor and commute to Bangor. It is easier traffic that way.

      Kings Bay is just over the Georgia border and about 40/45 minutes from downtown Jacksonville, FL. Kingsland is a quiet place as well. There isn’t really much there, commissary & exchange are small. NAS Jax and NS Mayport are within an hour of Kings Bay and are bigger. The base itself is quiet and secluded. You can live in Florida if you want to and he commutes up each day. Jacksonville does have quite a few things to offer you, lots of concerts, Pro Football then minor league baseball. College team close by as well. Nightlife in downtown Jax isn’t bad. There is lots of malls, clubs, shopping, etc.. there. You are about 3 hours from Orlando to do Disney, SeaWorld, Universal, etc… Then there is Miami, Savannah, and other places within a day or less drive. You can go to the Caribbean, Europe, South America for travel if you want to. Right at the beach, nice weather – not too cold in the winter but still nippy at times. You can go swimming without a problem in the spring, summer and part of the fall. It does get really hot in the summer like in the 90s and 100s which is hard, the humidity can be nasty as well. The restaurants there are all right but not the greatest, it is mainly chain restaurants. They are more set in their ways for things they don’t like a variance. The economy sucks in Florida and parts of Georgia to be honest. The housing market is still going down, the unemployment rate is high, lots of businesses going belly up. The cost of living is alright but not the best either.

      It is really going to depend on what you want. Both are within an hour of nightlife, less if you live closer and commute each day.

  8. Jordanths05 Reply

    Which College Football Teams Goes For The Most Rivalry Trophies? Ex LSU vs Tulane (Tiger Rag) Michigan vs Minnesota (Little Brown Jug) Michigan vs Michigan State (Paul Bunyen Trophy) Washington vs Washington State (Apple Cup) I need a list of teams that go for 2 or more trophies

    • Notre Dame probably goes for the most each year. They have a trophy with Purdue, Boston College, USC, (Navy mabye?). Notre Dame vs. Purdue is played for the Shillelagh Trophy. Notre Dame vs. Boston College is called the “Holy War”, and it is played for the Ireland Trophy.
      USC plays Notre Dame annually for the Jeweled Shillelagh.
      Stanford plays Notre Dame for the Legends Trophy.
      Michigan State and Notre Dame play for the Megaphone Trophy. I think that covers Notre Dame.
      Seems like they play for a trophy every week.

      Here’s a list of the Division I-A rivalries/trophy games:

      Apple Cup – Washington vs Washington State
      Backyard Brawl – Pittsburgh vs West Virginia
      Golden Egg Trophy – Mississippi vs Mississippi State
      Nevada Fremont Cannon – Nevada vs UNLV
      The Bones – UAB vs Memphis
      The Bell – Marshall vs Ohio
      Golden Boot – Arkansas vs LSU
      The Palladium – Middle Tennessee vs Troy
      Tiger Rag – LSU vs Tulane
      Battle of I-10 – Silver Spade – New Mexico State vs UTEP
      Battle of I-25 – The Maloof Trophy – New Mexico vs New Mexico State
      Battle of I-75 – Peace Pipe – Bowling Green vs Toledo
      Battle of the Brazos – Baylor vs Texas A&M
      Battle of the Brothers – Beehive Boot – Utah vs Utah State
      Battle of the Palmetto State – Clemson vs South Carolina
      Battle of the Palouse – Idaho vs Washington State
      Battle of Idaho – Idaho vs Boise State
      Administaff Bayou Bucket – Houston vs Rice
      Bedlam Series – Bedlam Bell – Oklahoma vs Oklahoma State
      Battle for the Schwartzwalder Trophy – Ben Schwartzwalder Trophy – Syracuse vs West Virginia
      Big Game – The Stanford Axe – Stanford vs California
      Black and Blue Bowl – Memphis vs Southern Miss
      Black Diamond Trophy – Virginia Tech vs West Virginia
      Border Showdown – Indian War Drum – Kansas vs Missouri
      Border War – Bronze Boot – Colorado State vs Wyoming
      Bowden Bowl – Clemson vs Florida State
      Civil War – Oregon vs Oregon State
      Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate – Governor’s Cup – Georgia vs Georgia Tech
      Commander in Chief’s Trophy – Air Force, Army, and Navy
      Commonwealth Cup – Virginia vs Virginia Tech
      Cy-Hawk Trophy – Iowa vs Iowa State
      Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry – Auburn vs Georgia
      Duel in the Desert – Territorial Cup – Arizona vs Arizona State
      Floyd of Rosedale – Iowa vs Minnesota
      Florida Cup – Florida, Florida State, and Miami
      Friends of Coal Bowl – Governor’s Cup – West Virginia vs Marshall
      Governor’s Cup – Florida vs Florida State
      Governor’s Cup – Kentucky vs Louisville
      Governor’s Victory Bell – Minnesota vs Penn State
      Heartland Trophy – Iowa vs Wisconsin
      Holy War – Frank Leahy Memorial Bowl and Ireland Trophy – Boston College vs Notre Dame
      Holy War – Beehive Boot – Brigham Young vs Utah
      Illibuck – Illinois vs Ohio State
      Iron Bowl; James E. Foy, V-ODK Sportsmanship Trophy – Alabama vs Auburn
      Iron Skillet – TCU vs SMU
      Jefferson-Eppes Trophy – Florida State vs Virginia
      Jeweled Shillelagh – Notre Dame vs USC
      Keg of Nails – Cincinnati vs Louisville
      The Kit Carson Rifle – Arizona vs New Mexico
      The Battle of the Land Grants – Land Grant Trophy – Michigan State vs Penn State
      Legends Trophy – Notre Dame vs Stanford
      Little Brown Jug – Michigan vs Minnesota
      Lone Star Showdown – Lone Star Showdown trophy -Texas vs Texas A&M
      Megaphone Trophy – Michigan State vs Notre Dame
      Missouri – Nebraska Bell: Missouri vs Nebraska
      Michigan MAC Trophy – Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, and Western Michigan
      Old Brass Spittoon – Indiana vs Michigan State
      Old Oaken Bucket – Indiana vs Purdue
      Paul Bunyan’s Axe – Minnesota vs Wisconsin
      The Battle for the Mitten – Paul Bunyan Trophy – Michigan vs Michigan State
      Purdue Cannon – Illinois vs Purdue
      Ram-Falcon Trophy – Air Force vs Colorado State

      Red River Rivalry – This game is played for 3 different trophies, the Red River Rivalry Trophy, the Golden Hat, and the Governor’s Trophy – Oklahoma vs Texas

      River City Rivalry – The Captains’ Telegraph – Pittsburgh vs Cincinnati
      Rocky Mountain Showdown – Centennial Cup – Colorado vs Colorado State
      Shillelagh Trophy – Notre Dame vs Purdue
      Shula Bowl – Don Shula Award – Florida Atlantic vs Florida International
      South’s Oldest Rivalry – North Carolina vs Virginia
      Sunflower Showdown Governor’s Cup – Kansas vs Kansas State
      Sweet Sioux Tomahawk – Illinois vs Northwestern
      Telephone Trophy – Iowa State vs Missouri
      Textile Bowl – Clemson vs North Carolina State
      The Game – Michigan vs Ohio State
      Third Saturday in October – Alabama vs Tennessee
      Third Saturday in September – Florida vs Tennessee
      Tiger-Sooner Peace Pipe – Oklahoma vs Missouri
      Victory Bell – Cincinnati vs Miami (OH)
      Victory Bell – Duke vs North Carolina
      Victory Bell – UCLA vs USC
      Wagon Wheel – Akron vs Kent State
      War Canoe Trophy – Florida vs Miami
      The World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party – Florida vs Georgia

  9. Anonymous Reply

    Complete List Of All NCAA Men’s Basketball Teams Sponsored By Addidas, Nike, Under Armour? Any division d1 d2 d3. just a whole list of mens basketball teams sponsored by them. ^
    and JORDAN
    and JORDAN

    • Here they all are. I edited it a couple times just to make sure..

      Under Armour

      Calgary Dinos
      Western Ontario Mustangs
      Auburn Tigers
      Boston College Eagles
      Delaware Blue Hens
      Gardner-Webb Runnin’ Bulldogs
      Hawaii Warriors
      Kean University
      La Salle Explorers
      Maryland Terrapins(*)
      McNeese State Cowboys
      Nichols College
      Minot State Beavers
      Northwestern Wildcats
      South Carolina Gamecocks
      South Florida Bulls
      Southern Illinois Salukis
      Temple Owls
      Texas Tech Red Raiders
      Toledo Rockets
      Towson Tigers
      Truman State Bulldogs
      UNC Greensboro Spartans
      Utah Utes
      Wagner College
      Whittier College
      Youngstown State Penguins

      Nike

      Arkansas Razorbacks
      Air Force Falcons
      Alabama Crimson Tide
      American Eagles
      Arizona Wildcats
      Arizona State Sun Devils
      Army Black Knights
      Ateneo Blue Eagles
      Ball State Cardinals
      Baylor Bears (football)
      Boise State Broncos
      Butler Bulldogs
      BYU Cougars
      California Golden Bears
      Clemson Tigers
      Colorado Buffaloes
      Connecticut Huskies
      Creighton Bluejays
      Davidson Wildcats
      Dayton Flyers
      De La Salle Green Archers
      Duke Blue Devils
      East Carolina Pirates
      Florida Gators
      Florida State Seminoles
      FEU Tamaraws
      Fresno State Bulldogs
      Friends University
      Georgetown Hoyas
      Georgia Bulldogs
      Georgia State Panthers
      Gonzaga Bulldogs
      Harvard Crimson
      Houston Cougars
      Idaho Vandals
      Illinois Fighting Illini
      Illinois State Redbirds
      Iowa Hawkeyes
      Iowa State Cyclones
      James Madison Dukes
      Kansas State Wildcats
      Kentucky Wildcats
      Liberty Flames
      LSU Tigers
      Marquette Golden Eagles
      Marshall Thundering Herd
      Memphis Tigers
      Miami Hurricanes
      Michigan State Spartans
      Minnesota Golden Gophers
      Montana Grizzlies
      Ole Miss Rebels
      Missouri Tigers
      Navy Midshipmen
      New Mexico Lobos
      NC A&T
      North Carolina Tar Heels+
      North Florida
      Ohio State Buckeyes
      Oklahoma Sooners
      Oklahoma State Cowboys
      Old Dominion Monarchs
      Oregon Ducks
      Oregon State Beavers
      Penn State Nittany Lions
      Pittsburgh Panthers
      Princeton University
      Purdue Boilermakers
      Rice Owls
      Rutgers Scarlet Knights
      Saint Francis University
      St. John’s Red Storm
      San Diego Toreros
      San Diego State Aztecs
      SMU Mustangs
      USC Trojans
      Southern Miss Golden Eagles
      Stanford Cardinal
      Syracuse Orange
      TCU Horned Frogs
      Texas Longhorns
      Vanderbilt Commodores
      Villanova Wildcats
      Virginia Cavaliers
      Virginia Tech Hokies
      UAB Blazers
      UCF Knights
      UNLV Rebels
      Wake Forest Demon Deacons
      Washington Huskies
      Washington State Cougars
      West Virginia Mountaineers
      Wyoming Cowboys
      Xavier Musketeers

      Jordan

      California Golden Bears
      Georgetown Hoyas
      Marquette Golden Eagles
      North Carolina Tar Heels

      Adidas

      Akron Zips
      Arkansas State Red Wolves
      Baylor Bears (basketball)
      Bowling Green Falcons
      Brown Bears
      Bucknell Bison
      Central Michigan Chippewas
      Cincinnati Bearcats
      Denver Pioneers
      Duquesne Dukes
      Durham College
      Drake Bulldogs
      Eastern Michigan Eagles
      FAU Owls
      FIU Golden Panthers
      Franciscan University of Steubenville
      Georgia State Panthers
      Grand Valley Lakers
      High Point University
      Howard Payne University
      Indiana Hoosiers
      Kansas Jayhawks
      Lindenwood Lions[2]
      Louisville Cardinals
      Jacksonville State Gamecocks
      Loyola Marymount Lions
      Lyndon State College
      Maine Black Bears
      Mercer University
      Miami (OH)
      Michigan Wolverines
      Milwaukee Panthers
      Mississippi State Bulldogs
      Mount Olive College
      Nebraska Cornhuskers
      Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks
      NMSU Aggies
      NC State Wolfpack
      Northern Illinois Huskies
      Northwestern Wildcats (ending in 2012)[3]
      Notre Dame Fighting Irish
      University of Ontario Institute of Technology Ridgebacks
      Saint Mary’s Gaels
      SIU Edwardsville Cougars
      SMU Mustangs
      Tennessee Volunteers
      Texas A&M Aggies
      Troy Trojans
      UC Davis Aggies
      UCLA Bruins
      UIC Flames
      ULM Warhawks
      UMass Minutemen
      Utah Valley Wolverines
      Weber State Wildcats
      Western Michigan Broncos
      Wisconsin Badgers

  10. ? Reply

    What NFL Team Should I Root For? I am a big sports fan. I follow football (soccer), cricket, tennis, and rugby. I also love watching the NFL. I am in the UK and I really want to follow a team but I can’t choose. I have some criteria but have no idea what team would fulfill 75% of it. Can you guys suggest a team based on my criteria, and the team mentioned the most gets my support? I have been following the NFL since the Saints won the Super Bowl and have grown tired of being a neutral.

    Criteria
    – No team on the West Coast or Southwest. Preferably a Midwestern or East Coast team. No Florida teams either. I don’t mind southern teams.
    – The state/city the team is in must have a NHL and MLB team as well. I don’t like basketball so I don’t care if the state/city has NBA team.
    – Underdogs, but not completely hopeless. A team that has a good chance at getting a SB, but is not a safe bet.
    – A few famous players.
    – Interesting city.
    – Good stadium. I have domed stadiums. I like domes such as Cowboys, Texans and Colts but hate Falcons, Rams and Vikings style stadiums.
    – Good fans who stick with their team and never boo.
    – A team that hasn’t won the SB more than three times.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks

    • I agree with ‘Garrison R’, as NE Patriots have an NHL team (Bruins) and solid, loyal fans. The NY Giants fans do have an NHL team (NY Rangers), along with rabid fans. NY has a little-known baseball team in the MLB too, the Yankees (sarcasm) and meanwhile Boston has the (MLB) RedSox.

      Philadelphia Eagles are another team with feverishly loyal fans, with their own NHL team (Flyers) and their own MLB team (Phillies).

      The Washington _____skins have an outdated, racist name that is bigoted as the “N Word” only their slur is aimed at attacking 100% of the Indigenous Native American Indian peoples of this continent who were here long before colonials. They have the MLB (Nationals) and the NHL (Capitals).

      Not sure why you are prejudiced against Florida teams because technically this state IS on the eastern seaboard. Their Tampa Bay Buccaneers have also have a loyal MLB fan base (Rays), and an NHL following (Lightning).

      Good luck choosing; seems you asked this question last season, thought you would have chosen by now.

  11. Bob Marley Reply

    For Colledge Football, What Are The Names Of All The Conferences And What Teams Are In Each One?

    • ACC Standings
      ATLANTICCONFOVERALL
      * – Florida State
      6-29-3
      * – Maryland
      5-38-4
      * – North Carolina State
      5-38-4
      * – Boston College
      4-47-5
      * – Clemson
      4-46-6
      x – Wake Forest
      1-73-9
      COASTALCONFOVERALL
      * – Virginia Tech
      8-010-2
      * – Miami (FL)
      5-37-5
      * – Georgia Tech
      4-46-6
      * – North Carolina
      4-47-5
      x – Duke
      1-73-9
      x – Virginia
      1-74-8

      Big 12 Standings
      NORTHCONFOVERALL
      * – Nebraska
      6-210-2
      * – Missouri
      6-210-2
      * – Kansas State
      3-57-5
      x – Iowa State
      3-55-7
      x – Colorado
      2-65-7
      x – Kansas
      1-73-9
      SOUTHCONFOVERALL
      * – Oklahoma
      6-210-2
      * – Oklahoma State
      6-210-2
      * – Texas A&M
      6-29-3
      * – Baylor
      4-47-5
      * – Texas Tech
      3-57-5
      x – Texas
      2-65-7

      Big East Standings
      TEAMCONFOVERALL
      * – Connecticut
      4-27-4
      * – West Virginia
      4-28-3
      * – Pittsburgh
      4-26-5
      * – Syracuse
      4-37-5
      * – South Florida
      3-37-4
      * – Louisville
      3-46-6
      x – Cincinnati
      2-44-7
      x – Rutgers
      1-54-7

      Big Ten Standings
      TEAMCONFOVERALL
      * – Michigan State
      7-111-1
      * – Ohio State
      7-111-1
      * – Wisconsin
      7-111-1
      * – Iowa
      4-47-5
      * – Illinois
      4-46-5
      * – Penn State
      4-47-5
      * – Michigan
      3-57-5
      * – Northwestern
      3-57-5
      x – Purdue
      2-64-8
      x – Minnesota
      2-63-9
      x – Indiana
      1-75-7

      Conference USA Standings
      EASTCONFOVERALL
      * – UCF
      7-19-3
      * – East Carolina
      5-36-6
      * – Southern Miss
      5-38-4
      x – Marshall
      4-45-7
      x – UAB
      3-54-8
      x – Memphis
      0-81-11
      WESTCONFOVERALL
      * – Southern Methodist
      6-27-5
      * – Tulsa
      6-29-3
      x – Houston
      4-45-7
      * – UTEP
      3-56-6
      x – Rice
      3-54-8
      x – Tulane
      2-64-8

      IA Independents Standings
      TEAMCONFOVERALL
      * – Navy
      --8-3
      * – Notre Dame
      --7-5
      * – Army
      --6-5

      Mid-American Standings
      EASTCONFOVERALL
      * – Miami (OH)
      7-18-4
      * – Ohio
      6-28-4
      * – Temple
      5-38-4
      x – Kent State
      4-45-7
      x – Bowling Green
      1-72-10
      x – Buffalo
      1-72-10
      x – Akron
      1-71-11
      WESTCONFOVERALL
      * – Northern Illinois
      8-010-2
      * – Toledo
      7-18-4
      * – Western Michigan
      5-36-6
      x – Ball State
      3-54-8
      x – Central Michigan
      2-63-9
      x – Eastern Michigan
      2-62-10
      Expanded Standings

      Mountain West Standings
      TEAMCONFOVERALL
      * – TCU
      8-012-0
      * – Utah
      7-110-2
      * – Air Force
      5-38-4
      * – San Diego State
      5-38-4
      * – Brigham Young
      5-36-6
      x – Colorado State
      2-63-9
      x – UNLV
      2-62-10
      x – New Mexico
      1-71-11
      x – Wyoming
      1-73-9

      Pacific-10 Standings
      TEAMCONFOVERALL
      * – Oregon
      8-011-0
      * – Stanford
      8-111-1
      * – Arizona
      4-47-4
      x – USC
      4-47-5
      Oregon State
      4-45-6
      Washington
      4-45-6
      x – Arizona State
      3-55-6
      x – California
      3-65-7
      x – UCLA
      2-64-7
      x – Washington State
      1-72-9

      SEC Standings
      EASTCONFOVERALL
      * – South Carolina
      5-39-3
      * – Florida
      4-47-5
      * – Georgia
      3-56-6
      * – Tennessee
      3-56-6
      * – Kentucky
      2-66-6
      x – Vanderbilt
      1-72-10
      WESTCONFOVERALL
      * – Auburn
      8-012-0
      * – Arkansas
      6-210-2
      * – LSU
      6-210-2
      * – Alabama
      5-39-3
      * – Mississippi State
      4-48-4
      x – Mississippi
      1-74-8

      Sun Belt Standings
      TEAMCONFOVERALL
      * – Florida International
      6-16-5
      * – Troy
      5-26-5
      Middle Tennessee
      4-35-6
      x – Arkansas State
      4-44-8
      x – Louisiana-Monroe
      4-45-7
      x – Florida Atlantic
      3-44-7
      x – Louisiana-Lafayette
      3-53-9
      x – North Texas
      3-53-9
      x – Western Kentucky
      2-62-10

      WAC Standings
      TEAMCONFOVERALL
      * – Hawaii
      7-19-3
      * – Nevada
      6-111-1
      * – Boise State
      6-110-1
      * – Fresno State
      5-37-4
      Louisiana Tech
      4-35-6
      x – Idaho
      2-55-7
      x – Utah State
      2-54-7
      x – New Mexico State
      1-72-10
      x – San Jose State
      0-71-11

  12. JaMei X Reply

    NCAA Division 1-A Teams? Can anyone tell me where to find a link that will show me the list of all NCAA Division 1-A Football Teams?
    Thank You!

    • ACC:
      boston college
      clemson
      duke
      florida state
      georgia tech
      maryland
      miami
      north carolina
      north carolina state
      virginia
      virginia tech
      wake forest

      BIG EAST:
      cincinatti
      uconn
      louisville
      pittsburgh
      rutgers
      south florida
      syracuse
      west virginia

      BIG TEN:
      illinois
      ohio state
      indiana
      iowa
      michigan
      michgan state
      minnesota
      northwestern
      penn state
      purdue
      wisconsin

      BIG 12:
      iowa state
      kansas
      kansas state
      nebraska
      missouri
      colorado
      oklahoma
      oklahoma state
      texas
      texas tech
      baylor
      texas a&m

      CONFERENCE USA:
      houston
      rice
      msu
      utep
      tulane
      tulsa
      uab
      memphis
      east carolina
      marshall
      southern mississippi

      INDEPENTS:
      notre dame
      army
      navy

      MAC:
      akron
      bowling green
      buffalo
      miami (oh)
      ohio
      kent state
      ball state
      central michigan
      eastern michigan
      northern illinios
      toledo
      western michigan

      MOUNTAIN WEST:
      air force
      brigham young
      colorado state
      san diego state
      utah
      texas christian
      nevada (las vegas)
      wyoming

      PAC-10:
      arizona
      arizona state
      usc
      ucla
      california
      washington
      washington state
      stanford
      oregon
      oregon state

      SEC:
      florida
      kentucky
      georgia
      tennesee
      lsu
      south carolina
      alabama
      arkansas
      aurburn
      vanderbilt
      ole miss
      mississippi state

      SUN BELT:
      arkansas state
      florida atlantic
      florida international
      ul monroe
      ul lafayette
      middle tennesee state
      north texas
      troy
      western kentuck (will join in 2009)
      south alabama (will join in 2013)

      WAC:
      hawaii
      fresno state
      utah state
      boise state
      san jose state
      new mexico state
      new mexico
      idaho
      louisanna tech
      nevada (reno)

  13. Jjbrj Reply

    Can You Name All The College Football Teams In Divison 1 And Include The City There Located? Also can you right divison 2 &3 but label so i can tell the diffrence thanks

    • Here’s Division I (119 + Western Kentucky which is about to join the ranks) and where they play their home games:

      Air Force – Colorado Springs, Colorado
      Akron – Akron, Ohio
      Alabama – Tuscaloosa, Alabama
      Alabama-Birmingham – Birmingham, Alabama
      Arizona – Tucson, Arizona
      Arizona State – Tempe, Arizona
      Arkansas – Fayetteville, Arkansas
      Arkansas State – Jonesboro, Arkansas
      Army – West Point, New York
      Auburn – Auburn, Alabama
      Ball State – Muncie, Indiana
      Baylor – Waco, Texas
      Boise State – Boise, Idaho
      Boston College – Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
      Bowling Green – Bowling Green, Ohio
      Brigham Young – Provo, Utah
      Buffalo – Buffalo, New York
      California – Berkeley, California
      California-Los Angeles – Pasadena, California
      Central Florida – Orlando, Florida
      Central Michigan – Mount Pleasant, Michigan
      Cincinnati – Cincinnati, Ohio
      Clemson – Clemson, South Carolina
      Colorado – Boulder, Colorado
      Colorado State – Fort Collins, Colorado
      Connecticut – Hartford, Connecticut
      Duke – Durham, North Carolina
      East Carolina – Greenville, North Carolina
      Eastern Michigan – Ypsilanti, Michigan
      Florida – Gainesville, Florida
      Florida Atlantic – Fort Lauderdale, Florida
      Florida International – Miami, Florida
      Florida State – Tallahassee, Florida
      Fresno State – Fresno, California
      Georgia – Athens, Georgia
      Georgia Tech – Atlanta, Georgia
      Hawai’i – Honolulu, Hawaii
      Houston – Houston, Texas
      Idaho – Moscow, Idaho
      Illinois – Champaign, Illinois
      Indiana – Bloomington, Indiana
      Iowa – Iowa City, Iowa
      Iowa State – Ames, Iowa
      Kansas – Lawrence, Kansas
      Kansas State – Manhattan, Kansas
      Kent State – Kent, Ohio
      Kentucky – Lexington, Kentucky
      Louisiana-Lafayette – Lafayette, Louisiana
      Louisiana-Monroe – Monroe, Louisiana
      Louisiana State – Baton Rouge, Louisiana
      Louisiana Tech – Ruston, Louisiana
      Louisville – Louisville, Kentucky
      Marshall – Huntington, West Virginia
      Maryland – College Park, Maryland
      Memphis – Memphis, Tennessee
      Miami (Florida) – Miami, Florida
      Miami (Ohio) – Oxford, Ohio
      Michigan – Ann Arbor, Michigan
      Michigan State – East Lansing, Michigan
      Middle Tennessee – Murfreesboro, Tennessee
      Minnesota – Minneapolis, Minnesota
      Mississippi – Oxford, Mississippi
      Mississippi State – Starkville, Mississippi
      Missouri – Columbia, Missouri
      Navy – Annapolis, Maryland
      Nebraska – Lincoln, Nebraska
      Nevada – Reno, Nevada
      Nevada-Las Vegas – Las Vegas, Nevada
      New Mexico – Albuquerque, New Mexico
      New Mexico State – Las Cruces, New Mexico
      North Carolina – Chapel Hill, North Carolina
      North Carolina State – Raleigh, North Carolina
      North Texas – Denton, Texas
      Northern Illinois – De Kalb, Illinois
      Northwestern – Evanston, Illinois
      Notre Dame – South Bend, Indiana
      Ohio – Athens, Ohio
      Ohio State – Columbus, Ohio
      Oklahoma – Norman, Oklahoma
      Oklahoma State – Stillwater, Oklahoma
      Oregon – Eugene, Oregon
      Oregon State – Corvallis, Oregon
      Pennsylvania State – State College, Pennsylvania
      Pittsburgh – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
      Purdue – West Lafayette, Indiana
      Rice – Houston, Texas
      Rutgers – Piscataway, New Jersey
      San Diego State – San Diego, California
      San Jose State – San Jose, California
      South Carolina – Columbia, South Carolina
      South Florida – Tampa, Florida
      Southern California – Los Angeles, California
      Southern Methodist – Dallas, Texas
      Southern Mississippi – Hattiesburg, Mississippi
      Stanford – Stanford, California
      Syracuse – Syracuse, New York
      Temple – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
      Tennessee – Knoxville, Tennessee
      Texas – Austin, Texas
      Texas A&M – College Station, Texas
      Texas Christian – Fort Worth, Texas
      Texas-El Paso – El Paso, Texas
      Texas Tech – Lubbock, Texas
      Toledo – Toledo, Ohio
      Troy – Troy, Alabama
      Tulane – New Orleans, Louisiana
      Tulsa – Tulsa, Oklahoma
      Utah – Salt Lake City, Utah
      Utah State – Logan, Utah
      Vanderbilt – Nashville, Tennessee
      Virginia – Charlottesville, Virginia
      Virginia Tech – Blacksburg, Virginia
      Wake Forest – Winston Salem, North Carolina
      Washington – Seattle, Washington
      Washington State – Pullman, Washington
      West Virginia – Morgantown, West Virginia
      Western Kentucky – Bowling Green, Kentucky
      Western Michigan – Kalamazoo, Michigan
      Wisconsin – Madison, Wisconsin
      Wyoming – Laramie, Wyoming

  14. Erik Walden: Week 17 Legend Reply

    Admit It. You’re Excited For Custom Colored Fields On NCAA ’11, Aren’t You? With Eastern Washington’s new red field and Boise State’s blue one, it’s only a matter of time before EA Sports allows players to create turf in any color for their created teams. Black, purple, white, whatever you want. And as much as you say football fields should be green, you know that you’ll want to make an orange field just because. Right?

    • I’d make a beige colored field, so that it is the same color as the football.

  15. Ⓑⓡⓐⓝⓓⓞⓝ Reply

    What Does It Take To Build A College Football Program? For teams like Eastern Michigan, Akron, New Mex St, New Mex, UL Monroe, UL Layfeyette, FIU, FAU, Wyoming, Idaho, Duke, Indiana, Utah State, Washington State, Kent St, Buffalo, Ark St, and Tulane. Is it a good recruting class or good coach? Im really curious about this because on NCAA Football 12 they all are 1 star teams and get recuits with 65 overall and they end theyre season at around 2-10,
    1-11, 3-9, 4-8. Can someone explain this process of building a good football program!

    • No one wants to go there because they are bad

  16. Sidiq w Reply

    On Ncaa06 Football How Do U Get In Toughest 25 Stadiums? How do u get smaller programs stadiums to be come a tough stadium?

    • Basically, the more you win as a program, higher you rank, more bowl appearances that you have, national championships, etc… will start to move you up. It might take you a long, LOOOOONG time if you’re playing with a team like Eastern Michigan, or Eastern Washington University, stuff like that. Those ones may never have a chance to get in that ranking. So you basically just need to keep winning.

  17. Awkward Reply

    College Football Teams, Who Is The Best? My friend thinks he knows every college football mascot in the United States.
    I need the most absurd mascots and what team they are for…

    Please help, I am trying to stump him, plus my laundry on is on the line. (We bet he would do my laundry if he couldn’t name a mascot in three days for whatever college team I give him).
    What do you think will stump him?

    (I need college name and name/animal of mascot)

    • San Diego State Aztecs, Eastern Washington Eagles, U Portland Piolots

  18. Derek Reply

    How Would You Fix College Football? What do you think about this? and if you have a different idea lets hear it.
    ——————

    College football is being ruined by the BCS and college rivalries about to be ruined by teams moving to different conferences.

    I say no more SEC, no more BIG 12, no more PAC 12(or whatever number they will be) no more of these conferences. everybody is talking about four 16 team conferences.. well I’ve came up with four 18 team conferences. YES there will be a lot of football colleges out of the picture but the way college football is going those schools will be left out anyways. Maybe in time they can create their own “league” and have a “NFL-AFL” type match up in the end.

    Here is what I propose.

    WESTERN CONFERENCE
    Washington
    Washington St
    Oregon
    Oregon St
    California
    Stanford
    Southern Cal
    UCLA
    Boise St
    Utah
    Arizona
    Arizona St
    Colorado
    Colorado St
    BYU
    Wyoming
    New Mexico
    New Mexico St

    SOUTHERN CONFERENCE
    Texas
    Texas A&M
    Baylor
    TCU
    Texas Tech
    Oklahoma St
    Oklahoma
    Arkansas
    LSU
    Kansas St
    Kansas
    Nebraska
    Ole Miss
    Mississippi St
    Missouri
    SMU
    Alabama
    Auburn

    NORTHERN CONFERENCE
    Minnesota
    Iowa St
    Iowa
    Wisconsin
    Illinois
    Northwestern
    Michigan St
    Michigan
    Ohio St
    Ohio
    Miami (OH)
    Cincinnati
    Notre Dame
    Purdue
    Indiana
    Louisville
    Kentucky
    Vanderbilt

    WESTERN CONFERENCE
    Syracuse
    Boston College
    Connecticut
    Penn St
    Pittsburgh
    West Virginia
    Maryland
    Virginia
    Virginia Tech
    Wake Forest
    Clemson
    South Carolina
    Florida St
    Florida
    South Florida
    Miami (FL)
    Georgia
    Georgia Tech

    New College Format
    Each conference has their own ranking system from 1-18.
    Play 9 inner-conference games on a rotating schedule and 3 outer-conference (1 from each conference)
    The top 4 team in each conference will play a playoff format.———#1 vs. #4 and #2 vs. #3
    Winners from each conference will play in another playoff format to determine a National Champion.———Western vs. Eastern and Northern vs. Southern.

    • Sixteen team playoff, with seeding based on the current “BCS” system…..first round on campus sites; elite eight, final four and championship played at “BCS” bowl sites. Retain remainder of bowls for non-qualifiers, but try to bring more sanity to that mish mash with tie-ins to create interstate “rivalries.”

  19. Kobra Reply

    What Cities Have A Team In All 4 Major Sports? Two questions:

    1. What cities have a pro sports team in basketball, football, hockey and baseball?

    2. Out of all the cities that DO have a team in all four sports, do any of them have teams that are in different conferences/leagues in all four? For example, in football and baseball, they have National and American, and in basketball and hockey, they have East and West. I want to know if there is a city that has a team in all four – one in the National league/conference, one in the American league/conference, one in the Western conference, and one in the Eastern conference (i.e. Cleveland would not count because the Browns are in the American Football Conference and the Indians are in the American league).

    • Alot New York, chicago, Boston, Washington

      2. Detroit Lions-NFC
      Detroit Tigers- American league
      Pistons- East
      Red Wings- west will be east next year though

  20. Austin f Reply

    Nfl Or College? Plus BQ? Which do you prefer and why? Who Is your favorite team in the nfl and college?

    • I personally prefer to watch NCAA College Football, because it is more exciting. In college games, we can see a combined score of 80 points in a high scoring shoot-out. In the pros, you usually don’t see a 80 point combined game, and if you do, you’re of your medication. Very rarely do you see a very-high scoring match-up in the National Football League. We can see Quarterbacks throw for over 500 yards in a single game, or we can see a running back run for 200 yards or more. In the pros, that’s the cream of the crop, and usually we don’t see things like that happen often.

      BQ:
      Favorite Collegiate Team(s):
      Notre Dame Fighting Irish
      Western Michigan Broncos
      Oregon Ducks
      Eastern Michigan Eagles

      Favorite Professional Team(s):
      Tampa Bay Buccaneers
      Pittsburgh Steelers
      Washington Redskins

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