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WEEK FIVE……PAC-12 FEATURES FIVE BIG CONFERENCE GAMES

The final week of September football brings us to the end of most non-conference action.  There are great games all weekend long and it all starts Thursday night in Memphis Tennessee.   Navy travels to Memphis to kickoff AAC play.   Friday night actually has three important games, featuring Penn State at Maryland, Duke at Virginia [ . . read more . . ]

WEEK THREE REWIND…..CENTRAL FLORIDA GETS SIGNATURE WIN

We had some great results across the country this weekend, but none bigger than Central Florida’s domination of Stanford.   The Knights went with freshman quarterback Dillon Gabriel who responded with four touchdown passes, while throwing for 347 yards.   “I think since we’ve been here, we’ve been a part of the [ . . read more . . ]

WEEK TWO…… Can the Aggies take down Clemson?

Week two of the season only gives us two real showdowns.   Texas A&M travels to Death Valley, while Texas will host LSU.   I can’t wait to see if the SEC bounces back from what many are calling a disappointing week one.   The BIG 12 will also be looking to build on a blemish free week one. No.12 TEXAS A&M (1-0)  AT  [ . . read more . . ]

WEEK ONE REWIND…… FRESHMEN QUARTERBACKS COME OUT BLAZING

It seems like more and more teams are willing to start the season with freshman quarterbacks.   This weekend showcased multiple talented freshmen, delivering eye popping performances.   Jayden Daniels (Arizona State), Bo Nix (Auburn), Sam Howell (North Carolina) and Hank Bachmeier (Boise State) all looked like future NFL stars.   [ . . read more . . ]

WEEK ONE IS FINALLY HERE…… PAC-12 IS ON CENTER STAGE

PAC-12 commissioner Larry Scott has spent all summer trying to figure out how his conference can get more of a spotlight.   Scott even floated the idea of playing 9am kickoffs on the west coast.   That idea was meant with a big backlash and has since been tabled.   The best way for the PAC-12 to get the publicity they need, is to [ . . read more . . ]