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Updated Bowl Projections and Eligibility

Every Monday, we gather bowl projections from the web and publish them in one list.  Starting next week, we’ll also offer a bowl projection of our own, that will be something that we think you haven’t heard of, and it may seem crazy at first.  But we’ll explain how it happens,and why it’s a possibility.  We [ . . 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 . . ]

ACC Bowl Projections – By an ACC fan

I never would have believed someone if they said after week 10 of the season, the ACC would have only three bowl eligible teams.  I would have been even more shocked if they told me that Duke would be one of those teams.  But as of now, the ACC has only three teams that are bowl eligible.   That should improve — with the [ . . read more . . ]

Bowl Projections — October 29, 2012

Only six undefeated teams remain on the Road To Miami, after this past weekend saw five teams that had been undefeated lose.  The number could get even smaller next week.  Of the six remaining undefeated teams, one is ineligible for post-season play (Ohio State), and two others, Alabama and Oregon, will go on the road to face [ . . read more . . ]

ACC: A Conference in Chaos

While the ACC doesn’t have any games featuring two ranked teams this week, it has exciting match-ups for fans of ACC football. Every game has a storyline that is significant to each team and, in many cases, the conference race. Virginia vs. Wake Forest– This is a must-win game if either of these teams hope to make a bowl [ . . read more . . ]

Bowl Game Projections – October 15, 2012

This past weekend, several teams become eligible for the college football post-season, including Northwestern, Kansas State, Florida, Mississippi State, Alabama and LSU. Nevada, Tulsa, Toledo, Northern Illinois, Notre Dame, Louisville and Rutgers are also apart of the list. As we get closer to bowl season, we’ll gather and post the [ . . read more . . ]

Updated Bowl Projections – October 8, 2012

The Ohio Bobcats, off to a surprising 6-0 start including a win at Penn State, became the first team to earn bowl eligibility this season when they defeated Buffalo Saturday.  Also becoming bowl eligible on Saturday were the South Carolina Gamecocks and Oregon Ducks.  With another 19 teams trying to become bowl eligible this Saturday, [ . . read more . . ]