Category Archives: Conferences

Domination of the SEC West

The numbers don’t lie. The SEC, specifically the SEC West IS the best conference in the nation. They broke yet another record this week by being the first conference to have 4 teams in the top 5 of the AP poll. You have, in order,  Mississippi State, FSU, Ole Miss, Alabama and Auburn. Here’s what’s […]

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College Game Day at Ole Miss

The Grove is going to be INSANE today. It’s the first time College Game Day has ever been there, and they are getting ready to play the biggest game of the SEC so far this season. Oh, and have you heard who they have for their special celebrity guest picker? KATY PERRY! Her manager is […]

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David Ash gives up football due to concussion

The QB for the Texas Longhorns, David Ash, has officially decided to hang up his helmet and move forward with his life. He sustained his first concussion in September 2013. After the August 30th win against N. Texas, he had headaches for 7 or 8 days. After consulting with the Coach Charlie Strong and the team […]

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Football in Mississippi

Football in Mississippi

For those of you have followed our blog for the past year, you know that I am a huge SEC football fan. As an SEC fan, there are teams that I love and teams that I despise. The rest of the teams in the conference I cheer for because I want the conference to do well and […]

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Georgia Bulldogs Season Outlook

This could be the year for the Dogs By: Mark Bryson, Award-winning Journalist August 30, 2014 This could be the year. And that’s what is good about being a Georgia Bulldog fan – any year could be the year. Looking forward to the 2014 campaign, this could be the year the Dogs beat Clempsin, Spurrier, […]

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Kenny Hill better than Manziel?

Steve Spurrier rarely loses at home, and he certainly doesn’t lose his home opener. He hasn’t done that since 1989 when he was at Duke! The Gamecocks didn’t stand a chance yesterday from the very beginning. Kenny Hill and the Texas A&M Aggies ran all over the Gamecocks handing Spurrier the worst lost of his […]

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Georgia Tech Football 2014 Outlook

by Rick Mehaffey (guest blogger for Flip the Field) The question heading into the 2014 football season: can the Yellow Jackets break out of the rut of a 7-win season? The answer: Not very likely. The Vegas bookmakers set Tech’s win total at 6 ½, and most experts have slotted the Jackets at the fifth […]

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Preseason Scouting Report: Texas A&M

Flip the Field would like to thank our second contributor, Jill Roberts, for her pre-season scouting report on Texas A&M! This is another example of how football is NOT just for the men! Howdy Ags! I LOVE Texas A&M Football and I’m a HUGE fan! After attending an Aggie football game at Kyle Field (and midnight […]

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What a season! Who are the 2013 College Football Conference Champions

What a fantastic season of college football!! In the end, there is only 1 team that is still undefeated and they will be playing in the BCS National Championship in Pasadena, CA on January 6th. It’s fitting that the championship game will be played in Epiphany as this is probably the first time the BCS […]

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It’s a team loss or a team win – Roll Tide ‘Til I Die!

….and a real fan is supportive no matter what. So it’s no secret that I am an Alabama fan. Was I happy with the outcome of last night’s game? Absolutely not. I screamed like any other fan when the last Alabama field goal attempt was missed and caught by an Auburn player who ran it […]

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