Alabama has won 3 National titles in 4 years, are they a college dynasty?
They would certainly seem to be approaching that designation. They are a great team and while it is very difficult to repeat in any sport these days Alabama appears to be the exception.
Absolutely, Its hard for any College Football team to win 3 National titles in a 4-year span.
It seems like they are becoming one, if not already one. Their defense is so good, that teams just can't score, and with their quarterback never throwing interceptions, they are just hard to beat. I don't know if it will stop by next season, but still, 3 out of 4 years is pretty good.
by agaglia 9 years ago
How do I get my poetry published on the hub?There is a green arrow on my hub page that says "published" and I want to use it-- I want my poems to be published. What do I have to do to get the titles listed to be green? (with that designation)
by Melanie Palen 6 years ago
I've been experiencing a drop in traffic for the last week or so. I've been seeing a lot of people in the forums talking about how they are seeing increases in traffic, but I am seeing the opposite. Is anyone else seeing a drop in traffic?
by Laurel Rogers 4 years ago
Are 'content farms' necessarily a bad thing? Which ones are you thinking of?Many sites have been labelled as 'content farms'. Is this designation fair to the site, or do they provide a service for the writing community? Name as many as you wish.
by Peg Cole 3 years ago
I make it a habit to count my EC hubs just to make sure none have gone missing. (OCD) This morning I was surprised to see one of mine lost its designation overnight. There were no edits to it and it still has the same 70 comments and 42 original pictures of a method and a recipe. The only...
by Juliette Kando FI Chor 3 years ago
The EC program is a means of removing the best articles from our sub-domains and giving them to the main HP site hubpages.com.As Cardisa so rightly pointed out inhttp://hubpages.com/forum/topic/129147#post2714297The predominance of labelled EC hubs in the Related Hubs section puts non-EC hubs at a...
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