Planning a Football Party

The most wonderful time of the year is finally here! You know what that means….time to start planning a football party!!! Here are some basic key factors when planning a football party: TIME: This might not seem like a big issue, but it is. Are you focused on having a party on a certain day and […]

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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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Texas A&M Scouting report

First night of college football 2014

Wow! Tonight is the night Denise and I have been waiting for since January 6th of this year when Jameis Winston held up the BCS National Championship Trophy! Now, it is a new season, new players, newly aligned conferences and a new championship ‘playoff’ process and trophy! It is going to be a great season, […]

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College Football Hall of Fame for Families

If you are of the mindset that the College Football Hall of Fame is only for the die hard fan, you are so wrong!  It is for the every type of football fan and is VERY family friendly.  I honestly believe that it will soon become an attraction as exciting for the kids to go to as any […]

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Enjoying the College Football Hall of Fame….as a non-fan or a new fan

Are you stuck going to the College Football Hall of Fame as someone who doesn’t care the first thing about football? The crowd is going and you feel like you have to go? Or maybe, you are just new to the sport and need some direction on not getting overwhelmed and making the most of your […]

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College Football Hall of Fame Exhibits

This is not your father’s hall of fame! The College Football Hall of Fame Exhibits are interactive, current, full of technology and, the best part, customized to you. That’s right, customized! The Hall is not just dominated by the Power 5 conferences and is most certainly not dominated by just the SEC. Yes, some exhibits […]

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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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College Football Hall of Fame: An Introduction

Media Day Oh-my-GOODNESS!!! When I received a confirmation email that we were invited to the College Football Hall Media Day, I literally started jumping up and down in the middle of my kitchen. I felt like I won the lottery. After explaining to my family why I was about to cry tears of joy, I […]

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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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Preseason Scouting Report: Buffalo Bills

Pre-Season Scouting Report: Buffalo Bills

Note to our readers: We have decided that there is no one better to do pre-season scouting reports than the fans themselves. We have reached out to our friends and followers of NFL and NCAA football who are die hard fans to give us their reports…just as we would for Alabama and GA Tech. That […]

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