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A True Collegiate Set

By Brandon York aka UofLnMU

There’s a reason they cheat to win. College football is where it is at. In the Southeast, the names are immortal: Herschel, Bo, Peyton. In the Midwest and West Coast, it’s no different. The coaches are revered as gods—Woody Hayes, Bo Schembechler, the Bear—and we are stunned to see them fall from the lofty peaks when they do. In the midst of a fascinating baseball season, pit against one of the most dramatic work stoppages in recent NFL memory, what has consistently dominated the sports consciousness? College football. As a transplant from Kentucky (the pseudo-South) to More >

Where is the kindness?

Whenever we can, we all brag about our so-called “steals”. Here on SCF we even have a contest called “eBay steal of the week”, where we vote on the best steal.

There is nothing wrong with boosting about a bargain we can find bargains in a store as well as online. If the seller has done a mistype, chooses to end the auction early morning, or put the card in the wrong category, well it’s lucky for whoever picks it up at a dirt cheap price. Sometimes it’s down to plain luck, that particular day maybe the interest in a special More >

Product Review: 2008 SAGE Hit High Series

I picked up a retail box of 2008 SAGE Hit High Series while I was out and about and have to say I am very pleased with the product.

The box guarenteed two autographs and 10 six card packs which each inlcuded one glossy parallel.

The High Series is also loaded with the big names from the draft. It seemed pack after pack I was pulling Darren McFadden, Matt Ryan and other top names.

Box Breakdown:

  • Base set: 46/50; 92 %
  • Duplicates: 4 (McFadden, Mendenhall, Mendenhall, Kelly)
  • Glossy: 10
  • Autographs: 2 (One blue, one Gold)

Pack by Pack:

Pack 1:

  • Dan Conner
  • DeSean Jackson
  • Matt Ryan/Brian Brohm
  • Jamaal Charles/Limas Sweed
  • Antoine Cason
  • Matt Ryan/Andre Callender More >

Week 9 NCAA Football Review

Week 9 NCAA Football Review

Week nine in the NCAA football season has come and gone and there were some big wins, heartbreaking loses, and last second thrillers. Since this is my first article, I will go through the process of what I will be doing each and every week. Usually on Tuesdays or Wednesdays, I will do a small review of each game that the top 10 ranked teams played in the previous week. I will also pick a “game of the week” for the teams that are ranked #11-#25 and highlight that game. Here it goes:

#1 Ohio State Buckeyes More >