Posted: 11/5/2009 9:23 PM
I hate to critize this site since it use to give the best stories around. But the quality has gone done as of late. Do the all of writers actually look at what they are saying before they post their columns? The latest example is in the goalline stand by Michael Bradley in the Game of the Week portion:
"it won’t matter how many Heisman voters like RB Mark Ingram. LSU gets a boost from the home crowd"
So the game at Bama will have more LSU fans than Bama? If that is the game of the week it seems like a college football writer and "expert" would not know (mess up) a detail such as this when giving analysis.......
Posted: 11/11/2009 11:37 AM
LOL! CFN has always been rather poorly reseached. Who cares? You'd be surprised how poorly ESPN and other supposed "experts" research their stuff. CFN is good for "food for thought". Take them for what they are worth and don't nitpick.
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