Here's what CBS's lead college football analyst Gary Danielson, the former Browns quarterback, had to say about this weekend's Arkansas-Alabama showdown in Tuscaloosa, Ala. according to a CBS press release:
"You would think that to beat Alabama, you want to throw the ball. But when you look closer at Alabama’s four conference losses over the last three seasons, it’s interesting that the formula is the same in all four games. The most passes thrown by any of those winning teams is 22 (Florida, 2008). Sothe real key to this game is not the great Arkansas passing game, but can Arkansas run the ball enough? Because if you get into the passing game with Alabama, the stats say they don’t lose."To read more or comment...
Ohio State coach Luke Fickell is guaranteed nothing after this season, taking over after Jim Tressel's forced resignation on May 30. So it's time for Fickell to fight for the job, which means starting the quarterback who gives the Buckeyes the best chance to win the rest of the season.
That is true freshman Braxton Miller.To read more or comment...
Everyone in America has an opinion on what Ohio State coach Luke Fickell should do with his starting quarterback situation. Most believe he should turn the team over to true freshman Braxton Miller for the remainder of the season, starting with Saturday's home game against Colorado.
But if Fickell has a plan going forward, he wasn't sharing it at his press conference Tuesday. That led some to believe he will continue to let fifth-year senior Joe Bauserman and Miller share the job.
Former Browns quarterback Gary Danielson, now the lead college football analyst for CBS Sports, may have designs on John Madden status.
The network announced today that Danielson will have an SEC on CBS Cruiser bus on site at every SEC game of the week.To read more or comment...
Former Browns offensive lineman Joe Andruzzi and his brothers Billy and Marc, both firefighters in New York City on Sept. 11, 2001, will relive their memories of the terrorist attack 10 years ago on Sunday's "The NFL Today" on CBS.
The Andruzzis will be interviewed by Lesley Visser for a segment during the broadcast from noon-1 p.m.To read more or comment...
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