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The Seminoles won’t be letting go of their domination anytime in the near future. A top recruit has just announced that he plans to suit up in Garnet and Gold in 2015. According to Michael Langston, Recruiting Analyst for
Tuck and O’Neill: The Most Exciting Matchups in the College Football Postseason Mike Tuck and Jerry O’Neill spoke to Brent Beaird about the college football playoffs and the Bowl games involving the SEC and ACC. Brent Beaird’s four teams he
Not many saw the Frogs coming after a 4-8 season. So many schools began unranked and proved voters wrong with fantastic seasons.
Heisman Trophy Candidates: Fewer But Stronger This year’s Heisman trophy finalists have been announced and there is one name missing from that list. Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston won the Heisman Trophy last year but why is he not
When the College Football Playoff Committee announced which teams they chose to play for the national championship title, the entire state of Texas went crazy. TCU and Baylor, two very deserving teams, were left out of the top four. Who
Instead of playing a semi-final at the Rose Bowl, the Ducks would have been left out of the title mix taking on the Buckeyes if we still had the BCS.
The Florida Gators accepted an invitation on Sunday to play the East Carolina Pirates in the Birmingham Bowl. The game will take place at noon on Jan. 3, 2015. Let’s take a look at what East Carolina is made
College football conference championship weekend is upon us. But, as a busy sports fan, what games do you watch? Not to worry, here’s an outline of what you should watch and why. Hold on tight, it’s going to be
Maybe this will fall on deaf ears because of the ESPN-ified world we now live in and the atmosphere they have created, but please stop trying to judge and grade things five seconds after they happen. As you’ve probably
About 11 years ago, one-time Ohio State football player, college coach and university athletic director Dick Young told this reporter that one day you will see two college football set ups. The big time schools all in one section,