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- Ohio State has some fun with numbers, and is wrong
- Episode 157 – Archie Griffin on the Heisman Trophy and Andy Coppens on Wisconsin’s surprise coaching search
- The Big 12’s biggest problem wasn’t the lack of a championship game
- The McGuire Metric vs. the College Football Playoff
- No 2-Minute Warning Podcast is now on iHeart Radio
- Wife Knows Best: Week 15 College Football Picks
- Episode 156 – The Big 12’s Playoff Picture
- Episode 155 – 2014 Pac-12 Championship Game Preview
- College Football Playoff Projection: Version 1.3
Uniform Madness: No. 5 Maryland yellow uniforms vs. No. 9 Pitt Pro Combat
- Updated: March 26, 2012
Oregon Region: Pitt looking for second straight upset bid
The Final Four is about to be set in the 2012 Worst College Football Uniform Tournament, and the Pitt Panthers are looking for a second straight upset to advance to the Final Four. In the previous round the Pitt Pro Combat uniforms from 2010 upset the tournament’s second overall seed, and top seed on this side of the bracket, the Georgia Pro Combat, with 62.16% of the votes! Now they look to take down another strong contender in the tournament, Maryland’s yellow jerseys. In the previous round these Maryland jerseys dominated Stanford’s all-black uniforms with 89.29% of the votes.
Vote below to determine which of these two uniforms deserves to be put away in a storage closet, never to see the light of day again until appearing on a future episode of Storage Wars? Voting is open until Friday night, with the next round starting Saturday.