August 27, 2007
There’s something rotten in State College, and we’re not talking about Grandpa Joe’s dentures.
They’ve long known in Nittany-ville that the referees are biased against the Nittany Lions. All throughout 2006, Joe Paterno was eying the Alamo Bowl as he does his pile of Betty Page papyri every night. Alas, ’twas not meant to be. The evil Big Ten commissioner’s office, run by the tight knit Ohio State/Michigan cartel, in an act frighteningly akin to rape, brutally forced Penn State to play in Tampa instead.
Paterno exhales following his daily session in the hyperbaric chamber.
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May 7, 2007
For those of you not in the know, the Fulmer Cup is an offseason award handed out by EDSBS to the team that spends its free time in the most productive ways. After compiling the all-time Fulmer Cup scoreboard, it became clear to us at H2DN that several schools are shockingly scoreless.
1. Florida State Seminoles Read the rest of this entry »
April 27, 2007
Editor’s Note: On the eve of the NFL Draft, H2DN presents the Third Round of our Conference Draft, as we attempt to reorganize D-1A Football. Stay tuned for more in the coming weeks!
Round One Two
1 (15) ACC: I felt like I should take another ACC team here, and Georgia Tech is a solid football team who manages to do fairly well despite Chan Gailey’s best efforts to drive the team into the ground. Read the rest of this entry »
April 25, 2007
Sports are both a great uniter and a great divider. It is a uniter in that it can give complete strangers who happen to be wearing the same cap an immediate connection, and make friends out of people who might never have said a word to each other otherwise. However, that’s boring. So this article will be focusing on the dividing aspects of college football, and how you can improve your trash talking on your rivals’ message boards. Read the rest of this entry »
April 22, 2007
1 (8 overall) SEC – Georgia: The SEC needed someone to win the East once a decade when UF and UT weren’t, so the Dawgs are here to stay. Games will still be played “between the hedges”, which will get quite a touch-up if Oregon and their band ever come to play. Read the rest of this entry »
April 18, 2007
After making our saves, it came time to hold the actual draft to fill out seven twelve-team conferences. The order was based on the final 2006 ranking of the champion of each conference. The first round was held in reverse order, and the rest of the draft proceeded in a serpentine fashion.
Without further ado, let’s get this thing started with the ACC’s first pick: Read the rest of this entry »
April 17, 2007
Hell2DaNaw primarily focuses on college football. However, as you may have noticed, it gets a little slow here during the offseason. The upcoming NFL Draft involves picking college players (some of whom have actually stepped foot in a college classroom!), so we thought we’d kill a little time with an exclusive preview of the upcoming NFL Draft. Read the rest of this entry »