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The Hitch Hikers Guide to Arkansas Football

‘Far out in the uncharted backwaters of the unfashionable end of the Western Spiral arm of the Galaxy lies a small unregarded yellow sun.Orbiting this at a distance of roughly ninety-eight...

A Proposal for New SEC Divisions

Everybody has an opinion on this. Here's ours - meant to save the Third Saturday in October, but also one we believe is the most fair and balanced for the league.

The Craig James Annual Award for Sports Analysis Excellence - Week 4

PRESENTING: THE FIRST ANNUAL CRAIG JAMES ANNUAL ALL-CAPS AND PHOTOSHOPS SPECIAL LIMITED EDITION of the CJAAFSE

The Realignment Saga, As Told By Terrible Dinner Theater

The bye week makes us do weird things. Fortunately, the better part of the NCAA has been doing weird things for years now.

The Craig James Annual Award for Sports Analysis Excellence - Week 3

The Craig James Memorial Trophy will annually recognize the outstanding college football analyst whose performance best exhibits a relentless pursuit of analyzing stuff you know nothing about, a tireless willingness to troll for clicks, and a selfless effort to meet a word count, regardless of the cost to the English language. This week's nominees include Yankee statisticians, completely apt analogies, and yet more from the Worldwide Leader in Conflicts of Interest.

The Craig James Annual Award for Sports Analysis Excellence - Week 2

The Craig James Annual Award for Sports Analysis Excellence - Week 2

RTT Obtains Exclusive Fictitious Letter From SEC Headquarters

RTT has obtained an exclusive (read: fictitious) letter sent to Texas A&M in advance of the A&M Board of Regents meeting to take place today. Learn what Mike Slive has to say to A&M.

"The Big Whatever" Has Staying Power As An Internet Brand

Today's Talking Points features a new name for the Big 12 that might actually stick.

Who's afraid of the Big 12 Championship Game?

With Texas calling the shots, the Big 12 said goodbye to two teams and will now say goodbye to their conference championship game, because their best teams have a history of not being good enough to win it.

How Texas A&M and Oklahoma can benefit Tennessee

If Mike Slive somehow convinces Oklahoma to come with Texas A&M, the Vols could benefit greatly from a potential new divisional alignment.

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