Football Links of Interest

Occassionally StatefansNation will try to draw your attention to some stories and links in which we think that you will find value. The following are a few for you. Hope you enjoy:

* It is the Saturday of the NC State @ Wake Forest game…so, let’s at start by honoring the game with some focus. I agree with Section Six that I liked Wake a lot more when they were going 2-9 (Jim Grobe is the most underrated coach in America). Regardless, State had to prepare for the Deacs.

* I have always loved following “coaching talk” in both college football and college basketball. Therefore, I was very appreciative that FansBlog logged this entry earlier in the week. Great work. Ole Butch Davis was on the top of the lips of every Clemson fan that I knew before the Tigers spanked us last Thursday night.

* I have always been a huge Alabama Crimson Tide fan (variety of reasons); so, this year’s revival in Tuscaloosa has been fun for me. Of course, the annual “third weekend in October” match up with Tennessee now has a renewed excitement. The rivalry has recently been fueled by Phil Fulmer’s role in Alabama’s probation – which led to this interesting ambush.

* Southern Pigskin gives us a couple of interesting ones:
(a) Article on the past/present/future of ACC football.
(b) Article on current southern football powers.

* The Cathlotics Take on the Mormons this weekend…on the gridiron, of course.

* Speaking of Catholics, the BC Eagle in Atlanta is just good. I wish the Wolfpack had to worry about holiday travel plans. Speaking of Atlanta….and bowling…and blogging…Georgia fans love to pick on Georgia Tech.

* The New Math from Heisman Pundit.

* I’ll leave you with a quick look around at today’s local games of interest and former Wolfpack QB, Jim Donnan’s national viewing guide.

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3 Responses to Football Links of Interest

  1. Ray P 10/22/2005 at 5:41 PM #

    We suck.

  2. class of 98 10/22/2005 at 7:56 PM #

    Bring back Lou Holtz or someone we do suck!

  3. paulwesterdawg 10/23/2005 at 8:48 PM #

    Thanks for the link.

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