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Latest Pat Dye Items
The most scrutinized committee in sports has been set. The members say they'll need thick skin, plenty of time and the ability to leave their loyalties behind to pick the four teams that will play for college football's national title next year.
The new BCS will be a lot easier to live with if all you remember is this: It's bound to be better than what we have.
Sometimes, human conditions get the best of us. Take the LGBT movement's precondition propositions, the railings against Condoleezza Rice joining a traditional all-boys club or school budget policies that are tilted against level playing fields for children.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is poised to become the newest member of the College Football Player's selection committee — but to former Auburn coach Pat Dye, that would be a travesty.
Albert Haynesworth already was a star when the Washington Redskins signed him to a record-setting $100 million free agent contract in February 2009. He was a quarterback's nightmare on the field and twice had been named an All-Pro defensive tackle. That acquisition, however, turned out to be one of the worst in NFL history.
They start early in this part of the country.
The Christmas shopping can wait. Instead of Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving should be called BCS Friday.
Cam Newton has made quite the impression on Auburn teammate Philip Lutzenkirchen.
A conference was expanding and splitting into divisions, and nobody knew what would happen to its two most bitter football rivals. Would they stay in the same division or be split apart?