An Awful Dessert

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The BCS is a plate of crap. But you knew that already.

The Home Stretch

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With a week to go in the regular season, it’s the beginning of the end.

Pandemonium Reigns

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#1 and #2 fall in the same weekend. What’s not to love?

Hail to the King

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Alabama looked beatable on Saturday, until they showed the world why they’ve been the top dog all along.

Phog Nation Show Archive 11-1

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With no Pete Knuston or Molly Ryan, Pat and Jonas anchored the show. Kansas football Kansas basketball Firestarters NCAA football Pick’em Make sure to catch Phog Nation every Thursday from 6-7 p.m. only on 90.7 FM KJHK or online at kjhk.org.

All The Bacon and Eggs: It’s Finally Back!

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By Joe Fuentes It was a great weekend in sports: college football returned, Manchester United avoided embarrassment, Dwight Howard said thank you to Orlando and the NFL begins Wednesday. So let’s get started:   College Football Is it bad that I left the KU game early? I walked out after the 99 yard touchdown run (which I called by the way) by South Dakota State in the first quarter to put the Jackrabbits up 7-0. I’m sorry, but it was 100 degrees in the stands, there was no shade and our offense couldn’t score on its first two possessions. I had already seen enough. Although, the Jayhawks ended up winning the game, I think it…

Gridiron Gesticulations Week 1: Sloppy Starts

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By John Griffin So, the Charlie Weis era of Jayhawk football began with a victory. What else happened around the world of college football? Well, prepare for a dollop of creamy knowledge to be dropped onto your crunchy, tortilla brain. Sloppy Top 25 Really, #4 Oklahoma? You beat UTEP 24-7? You needed a pair of 4th quarter touchdowns to put away the Miners? #9 South Carolina: You won 17-13. With 69 yards passing. Against Vanderbilt. Do I have to elaborate? Okay, I do. SC quarterback Connor Shaw had a tough performance, returning to the game after an injury sidelined him. But it’s not like he was lighting it up before he was hurt. #12 Wisconsin:…

Gridiron Gesticulations: 2012 Expectations

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by John Griffin Like a tidal wave of sweaty, manly, American goodness, college football season descends upon us, determined to sweep us away in a torrent of fandom, hype, and greasy stadium nachos. Before the season officially kicks off this Thursday , here are a few things to expect this year: 1. The Jayhawks will be improved.  Don’t expect any miraculous turnarounds, but Charlie Weis should be a great hire for KU. The talent and knowledge of the system will take time to solidify, but the Jayhawks’ scoring attack should be reinvigorated under Weis, who has a track record of success with almost every offense he’s run. 2. Steve Spurrier will throw things. Spurrier throwing his…

” Phog Nation” 11.3 Archive

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Here is what you missed on this week’s episode of Phog Nation.