Friday LinkFrogging – 12/4/09

Welcome to December.  Christmas is only three short weeks away kids.  Have you done your shopping? Me either. I'm too busy compiling our weekly fantastical trip around the internet as compiled by your friendly neighborhood GonzoGeeks. As always, before we hit the links, its time for some cheesecake.  Ironically, it was a hit from the links … Continue reading Friday LinkFrogging – 12/4/09

The Mumme Poll: A Democratic Approach To Complaining About College Football

Complaining about the BCS is one of those go-to topics that makes college football blogging (and really, all college football coverage) tick. The annual calls for change are usually that the computers are too objective (seeing only the stats and scores, not the way teams looked on the field), and the human polls aren't objective enough (regularly … Continue reading The Mumme Poll: A Democratic Approach To Complaining About College Football

Postseasonal Affective Disorder: College Football’s Long, Winding Journey To Determine A Champion, Part II

Word on the street is that there's a problem with college football's Bowl Championship Series format. The sports media hates it, and have always hated it. Bloggers hate it, and likely will always hate it. Saturday Night Live hates it, or at least Will Forte had written one of his Weekend Update songs and needed … Continue reading Postseasonal Affective Disorder: College Football’s Long, Winding Journey To Determine A Champion, Part II

Postseasonal Affective Disorder: College Football’s Long, Winding Journey To Determine A Champion, Part I

Word on the street is that there's a problem with college football's Bowl Championship Series format. The sports media hates it, and have always hated it. Bloggers hate it, and likely will always hate it. Saturday Night Live hates it, or at least Will Forte had written one of his Weekend Update songs and needed … Continue reading Postseasonal Affective Disorder: College Football’s Long, Winding Journey To Determine A Champion, Part I