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WEEK 2—Can it top week one?

A LOOK BACK AT WEEK ONE I can’t remember an opening week of college football, that had so many twists and turns.   The weekend was filled with stunning upsets and remarkable late game heroics.   I want to start with David slaying Goliath.   The FCS did it again.   Liberty defeated Baylor 48-45 in Mark Rhule’s debut [ . . read more . . ]


Quarterbacks will be the focus of the PAC 12 this season.   The conference is loaded with elite talent at the position.   I project four quarterbacks to be taken early in the NFL draft and a few others potentially joining them later in the draft.   It will be interesting to see who might come out early.    I think the PAC 12 is [ . . read more . . ]

WEEK 1—-Are you ready for some football?

The wait is finally over.   Kickoff to the 2017 college football season will ramp up this weekend.   We have a gigantic matchup in primetime Saturday night, as #1 Alabama will meet #3 Florida State.    Two other top 25 battles will occur.   #21 Virginia Tech will battle #22 West Virginia in Washington D.C.   #11 Michigan [ . . read more . . ]


The SEC should once again be one of, if not the most dominant conference in college football. The conference that has produced eight out of the last eleven national champions will once again be the home to incredible football this fall. The SEC features some of the nation’s most talented running backs, offensive lines, defensive units, [ . . read more . . ]


This should be an outstanding conference this season.   The Big Ten features some of the top running backs in the country.   Six running backs return who topped the 1,000 yard mark last fall.   Penn State’s Saquon Barkley, gets my vote as the top back in the nation!   I also believe Barkley is a frontrunner for the Heisman [ . . read more . . ]


Last season I told you that the ACC was the top conference in the FBS.   Looking back, I was right as the ACC sent eleven teams to bowl games.   An 8-3 mark in the bowl games, and a national championship proved my point.   This year, I expect a much different result.   The loss of several quarterbacks who left early for the NFL [ . . read more . . ]


Since the NCAA adopted the new college football playoff (CFP) in 2014, only one BIG 12 team has been involved in the four team playoff.    This year, as many as three teams have a distinct chance to crack the top four.   Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Texas should finish with double-digit wins, forcing a big debate for the [ . . read more . . ]


There are only four teams currently playing without a conference affiliation, but three of them should finish in the top 25!   Notre Dame, BYU and Army should play a major role in the upcoming season.   The Irish and the Cougars, both have a shot to crash the BCS party at season’s end.    The Cadets are also poised to [ . . read more . . ]