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Big Games and an Unranked Big 10

No ranked teams in the Big 10 Following Saturday’s action, it is possible that the Big 10 could have only one team rated in the Top 25.  If Penn State wins at home against Northwestern, and Ohio State beats Nebraska, it is possible that only Ohio State will be ranked.   Even more shocking is the possibility that because the [ . . read more . . ]

Razorback QB Wilson looks to get back on track

Tyler Wilson knows what it takes to be a great quarterback, just ask Greenwood High School coach Rick Jones. Wilson was making headlines before he ever donned a Razorback jersey. The 6-foot-3, 220-pound quarterback had one of the most prolific high school careers in Arkansas history, passing for over 8,000 yards and 93 touchdowns while [ . . read more . . ]

Tennessee at Georgia: Volunteers Experience Mixed Emotions

Fans from both teams certainly got their money’s worth in Athens, Ga. this past Saturday.  The contest between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Tennessee Volunteers saw 60 combined points in the first half, the highest first-half score in the SEC since 2004.  Paying attendance was just under 93,000 and no fan dared leave the 51-44 [ . . read more . . ]

Freshman QB Wallace continues to make strides

Jonathan Wallace is barely five months out of high school, but he’s shown Auburn’s team and fans he can hang with the big guys. It’s rare to see a true-freshman quarterback leading a team. It’s even more rare for that same true-freshman to make his debut during prime time on ESPN against the No. 2 team in the nation. Wallace did [ . . read more . . ]

Tigers show grit in first conference win

The trap game, the let-down, the emotional hangover… Going into this past weekend’s game in Chestnut Hill against Boston College, Clemson fans pondered just what kind of reaction they would see out of their team in the aftermath of suffering their first defeat of the season against division rival Florida State the week before. Over [ . . read more . . ]

BOWL PROJECTIONS – October 1, 2012

Starting today until bowl teams  are announced on December 1, we will gather and publish bowl projections from college football experts every Monday.   This week, we are launching with picks from Mark Schlabach and Brad Edwards, ESPN.com writers and Jerry Palm from CBSsports.com.  As the season goes on, we’ll add a few [ . . read more . . ]