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SEC Bowl Projections

During the fall, we publish bowl projections from around football experts web every week beginning after any team gets to six wins.  We also provide analysis on the projections and make a pick ourselves we call, “The Crazy Bowl Projection.”   This week, we are providing pre-season bowl projections and commentary on the [ . . read more . . ]

Pac-12 Bowl Projections

During the fall, we publish bowl projections from around football experts web every week beginning after any team gets to six wins.  We also provide analysis on the projections and make a pick ourselves we call, “The Crazy Bowl Projection.”   This week, we are providing pre-season bowl projections and commentary on the [ . . read more . . ]

Big 10 Bowl Projections

During the fall, we publish bowl projections from around football experts web every week beginning after any team gets to six wins.  We also provide analysis on the projections and make a pick ourselves we call, “The Crazy Bowl Projection.”   This week, we are providing pre-season bowl projections and commentary on the [ . . read more . . ]

WEEK THIRTEEN………. Rivalry weekend is finally here

Rivalry weekend signals the end of the regular season.   There are just a handful of games next weekend with all the conference championships being played as well.   We have a smorgasboard of monster matchups this weekend.   Games start Thanksgiving day with the “Egg Bowl” in Oxford Mississippi.   There are fifteen games [ . . read more . . ]

WEEK ELEVEN REWIND……. Status Quo in the Top 10

There were no changes in the Top 10 this week, as all teams won.   Washington State blowout win over Colorado, helped the Cougars vault both Ohio State and LSU, moving to number eight.   Cincinnati made the biggest move in the Top 25, jumping six spots.   Fresno State, North Carolina State and Michigan State all fell out of the Top 25 [ . . read more . . ]

WEEK TEN REWIND………. Michigan ready for primetime.

Michigan’s 42-7 pasting of a very good Penn State team, will surely vault the Wolverines into the CFP ‘s top four.   Their win coupled, with the LSU loss to Alabama should land the Wolverines at number four.   Jim Harbaugh’s squad played a near flawless game limiting the Nittany Lions to just 186 total yards.   The [ . . read more . . ]