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As well we know, Mathletics are a major part of any University’s repertoire of activities – without Mathletes, where would national powerhouses like Carnegie Mellon and University of California Riverside be? Nowhere, that’s where! To build a successful program to attract the nations top Mathletes, you need to exhibit not only the facilities but also the following and environment that stimulates the mathlete – not unlike the athlete. However, he or she can be swayed by a school’s tradition and history of success, not merely wins and losses. Part of those winning ways are folded into the tradition – but that’s why it’s important to allow for up and coming Mathletics programs to try their hands at the Great-Grandaddy of Them All – the Mathlete Rose Bowl.
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SOUTH BEND, IN – For the last six years he has been the most wanted man in America. Now he is on his way to South Bend.
Notre Dame shocked the college football world with the announcement of their newest member of the 2008 recruiting class. Read the rest of this entry »
After a furious week of recruiting, superstar prospect H. Dean has decided to pursue a career in association football instead of college football. Dean has signed a two-year deal with Mexico’s FC Atlante.
Dean on August 11 as he arrives in Cancun to play for Mexico’s FC Atlante.
In an effort to increase viewing of the Big 10 Network outside of the upper-Midwest, Jim Delaney, president of the Big 10, has announced plans to add 33 schools, bringing the conference total to 44.
“We hope that by adding teams like Florida, Texas, Nebraska, USC, Harvard, and Boise State, that not only will the Big 10 be indisputably the best league, but will also become relevant and must-watch for the entire country,” Delaney said at a press conference today.
STILLWATER, OK – Eccentric billionaire Boone Pickens announced his intentions today to purchase the college football blog Hell 2 Da Naw. This follows on the heels of his announced donations of $100 million to the University of Texas, on the condition that the donations grow to $1 billion over 25 years and that a building there be named after him. Read the rest of this entry »
I’ll admit it. When I first arrived at Texas Tech I didn’t know much about their football team. I grew up with Longhorns on my dad’s side and a bunch of crappy Ivy League schools on my mother’s. However, after my first Tech football game-a thrilling 200 to 175 win over rival New Mexico State Christian Tech-I became more interested in the high-scoring Red Raider offense.
Then, it happened. I was in my dorm room recovering from a hard night drinking with a beer bong of Coors. I flicked on my roommate’s TV to find an strange man talking about the football team. It wasn’t until a reporter yelled “Coach Leach! Coach Leach!” that I realized the true greatness of the Tech football team. Read the rest of this entry »