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Added January 19th, 2015 by Ian

Furniture business loses $1.5 million bet on college football game

An American company called Ashley Furniture Home Store and Better Sleep Shops recently lost a huge bet with its customers over the nation’s college football championship game and it cost them about $1.5 million in furniture. The company told fans that if the Ohio State Buckeyes could pull off a playoff win over Alabama and then beat Oregon by seven points to win crown then their furniture would be free as long as they had originally paid up to $1,999 for it.

Well, Ohio managed to beat Alabama on New Year’s Day and then upset Oregon 42-20 in the National Championship showdown and Ashley Furniture had to cough up on their deal. The bet promotion kicked off on December 17th and ran until December 30th. The company was hoping that fans would take a risk by buying $2,000 worth of furniture from them in the hopes that Ohio State won.

 
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Added October 14th, 2014 by Ian

Georgia football fans ask President Obama to overturn player’s suspension

College football star Todd Gurley of the University of Georgia was an early season favourite for the Heisman Trophy this year, that was until he was suspended by the school on October 9 for allegedly breaking NCAA rules. An investigation is still underway and Gurley will have to sit out until it’s been completed. It’s believed that the running back took a small amount of money earlier this year during a memorabilia-signing event and could now be banned for the remainder of the 2014 season.

Georgia fans aren’t happy with this turn of events and have decided to do something about it. The entertaining Gurley was leading the SEC in rushing with 773 yards at the time of the suspension and also had eight touchdowns, which ranked him as number six in the nation.

 
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Added July 25th, 2012 by Matt

Penn State Fan Compares Sanctions to 9/11

On what alternate universe does someone compare a college football program being punished to 9/11? The one that Penn State fan Tom Price is on.

He says that the day the sanctions came down on Penn State were similar to one of the all-time worst tragedies in American history. “It was our 9/11 today. I just saw planes crashing into towers,” Price said.

See it for yourself.

This guy needs to go to a 9/11 remembrance and apologize in-person to some of the families that actually lost people on that day. He should take out a full-page ad in the paper telling the world how foolish his comparison was. Lastly, he might want to seek psychological help.

 
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Added January 11th, 2011 by Brad

Chris Petersen Elects to Remain at Boise State

Boise State head football coach Chris Petersen announced on Monday that he has elected to remain at Boise State. Petersen was rumored to possibly head to Stanford after the University called for permission to talk to the leader.

Petersen has accumulated a 61-5 record in five seasons at the helm of the Broncos. The lone loss for the Broncos this season was to Nevada, which cost Petersen’s crew a shot at a BCS bowl game. In his career, the Boise State football team has won two BCS bowl games.

The Stanford Cardinal are looking to fill the void at head coach left by former NFL quarterback Jim Harbaugh. Harbaugh left to become the head coach of the San Francisco 49ers. His brother John is the head man for the Baltimore Ravens. No names have been discussed for the job after Petersen declined the offer.

 
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Added January 10th, 2011 by Brad

Michigan Begins Search for New Head Coach The Michigan Wolverines have started to look for anew head coach after firing Rich Rodriguez.

 
Added January 10th, 2011 by Brad

Pittsburgh Upends Kentucky in the 2011 Compass Bowl The Pittsburgh Panthers beat the Kentucky Wildcats to win the 2011 Compass Bowl.

 
Added January 8th, 2011 by Brad

TCU Extends Head Coach Contract Head coach Gary Patterson at the Texas Christian University got his contract extended through the 2018 season.

 
Added January 7th, 2011 by Brad

Alabama Loses Running Back to the Draft Alabama Crimson Tide will be losing Mark Ingram to the 2011 NFL draft.

 
Added January 6th, 2011 by Brad

Quarterback Elects to Remain at Nebraska Nebraska Cornhuskers quarterback Taylor Martinez have decided to stay with the team for another season.

 
Added January 5th, 2011 by Brad

University of Michigan Fires Head Coach Rich Rodriguez is no longer the head coach of the University of Michigan college football team after being fired.