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The Playoff Starts this week

It’s only week three, but Mississippi, Oklahoma, Notre Dame and USC are all in must-win situations, as a second loss should eliminate these squads from the College Football Playoff.  What’s more, is Ole Miss, USC and Oklahoma are all underdogs on Saturday.   This weekend will also feature several huge games, highlighted by [ . . read more . . ]

Updated bowl projections from across the web

Every Monday we publish bowl projections from several college football experts and offer a little analysis of the expert projections. We’ll also provide a bowl projection that may seem crazy at first, but we’ll provide the rationale behind it. BLACK SATURDAY – It’s not two days after Thanksgiving, it is this Saturday, [ . . read more . . ]

What to Watch This Weekend

Week four on the college football schedule features two big contests. Auburn travels to the Little Apple – Manhattan, Kansas to face the Kansas State Wildcats on Thursday. Saturday’s biggest game features two Top 25 teams with Clemson opening the its ACC schedule at Florida State. There are several other good non-conference [ . . read more . . ]

What a Weekend it Was – A look at week one

  KENNY FOOTBALL – I’m still shocked by the way Texas A&M dismantled South Carolina on Thursday night. Kenny Hill threw for 511 yards, and the Aggies had 680 total yards in the game! The Gamecocks trailed 31-14 at halftime, and could never recover in what was a lackluster performance from a team that I had picked to win [ . . read more . . ]

Who Sold Out — School Sales of Bowl Tickets

COMMODORES AND MIDSHIPMEN CONQUER ALLOTMENTS According to Cornhusker fans, Nebraska has one of the most loyal and best traveling fan bases.  Fans of Big Red might be surprised to find out that for each of the last three years Vanderbilt, a school with fewer than 12,000 students and less football tradition, has sold at least three times [ . . read more . . ]

The In’s and Out’s of the ACC Bowl Picture

Somehow the final month of the regular season has already arrived.  A quick recap of what’s going on at the top; Alabama is still really good, “Famous Jameis” has provided the perfect  sequal to “Johnny Football”, and the quest for the top two spots in the BCS is still as unpredictable as ever.  The only good thing about the [ . . read more . . ]

Week 5 ACC/SEC Power Rankings

After seven consecutive national championships, the Southeastern Conference is the standard to which every other conference is compared to in the world of college football.  The Atlantic Coast Conference may have to deal with those comparisons more so than any other conference in the country due to several of its members being in close [ . . read more . . ]

What to watch for this week in the Atlantic Coast Conference

The Atlantic Division race remains the same.  Florida State still has the inside track to the division championship with Clemson keeping up both in the standings and in the polls.  Miami’s 30-12 home win over Virginia Tech last week moved them a top a wild and crazy Coastal Division where four teams remain in contention for the [ . . read more . . ]