1. Hey, SEC, These 10 Teams Could End Your BCS Title Reign in 2010

    If you love SEC football then the past four seasons have been magical. Starting with Urban Meyer’s Florida Gators in 2006, the chant of S-E-C has been heard at the conclusion of the past four BCS Championship Games...

    Tom Perry Written by Tom Perry about 4 years ago 2,792 reads 68 comments

  2. College Football’s 28 Best Home Run Hitters for 2010

    Alabama’s Mark Ingram and Ohio State’s Terrelle Pryor are both considered Heisman favorites entering the 2010 season. But they have something else in common … neither are among the best home run hitters in College Football...

    Tom Perry Written by Tom Perry about 4 years ago 14,584 reads 111 comments

  3. Run or Gun: Categorizing College Football's Dual-Threat QBs of 2010

    It used to be every college coach was looking for the next Dan Marino or Peyton Manning. You know the type—big, strapping, prototypical quarterbacks who can zip the football down the field...

    Tom Perry Written by Tom Perry about 4 years ago 9,821 reads 94 comments

  4. Decade of Dominance: Which Teams Win Most Conference Titles in 2010s?

    Predicting the future of college football right now is about as easy as guessing when the BP oil spill saga will end for the folks of the Gulf Coast. Think about it...

    Tom Perry Written by Tom Perry about 4 years ago 3,254 reads 81 comments

  5. NCAA Conference Realignment: Are Super Conferences Dead Now?

    Pac-10 commissioner Larry Scott took a big gamble by going after six Big 12 teams. It netted him Colorado, but not the other five. Of course he really wanted Texas and Oklahoma, but now it appears the Big 12 will survive as a 10-team league...

    Tom Perry Written by Tom Perry about over 4 years ago 1,021 reads 35 comments

  6. Ranking the Potential New Rivalries Created by Conference Realignment

    With the Pac-10 and Big Ten taking on new league partners through expansion the potential for positive change is endless. One of the most promising developments is the possibilities for burgeoning rivalries...

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  7. Big Ten Expansion: Iowa State's Futile Bid for Consideration

    If your team is lucky enough to be one of the favorites for conference expansion in the Big Ten or Pac-10 (and possibly in future months in the ACC and SEC) then the back-and-forth discussions over the past six months have been exciting...

    Tom Perry Written by Tom Perry about over 4 years ago 4,194 reads 8 comments

  8. College Football Rankings: 2010’s Most Turnover-Prone Teams

    How many times have you heard a coach say, “If we win the turnover battle we’ll win the game”? Thanks coach. But don't shun those cliche-spewing coaches just yet...

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  9. Pac-10 Expansion: Power Rankings with Texas, Oklahoma, et al

    College football expansion has become a lot clearer. Texas is in the driver’s seat (sorry Notre Dame) and everybody else is waiting to see where the chosen one decides to go...

    Tom Perry Written by Tom Perry about over 4 years ago 9,428 reads 56 comments

  10. NCAA Football: Is the Pac-10 Striking First?

    If the rumors coming out today about the Pac-10 are true, then hats off to commissioner Larry Scott. The Dallas Morning News and Associated Press are citing anonymous sources close ...

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  11. 10 Programs That Would Benefit Most from CFB Playoff

    It seems everyone has a playoff scenario they’ve jotted down on bar napkins or documented on blogs. Some tournaments are as small as four teams and for the most part none are larger than 16 teams...

    Tom Perry Written by Tom Perry about over 4 years ago 1,156 reads 58 comments

  12. Wofford + LA Lafayette = Fun for the Ohio Bobcats?

    I've attended a few Ohio Bobcat football games over the past 18 years. Almost every time I've had a great time. Mid-American football isn't top shelf, but it's underrated...

    Tom Perry Written by Tom Perry about over 4 years ago 439 reads 2 comments

  13. 14 CFB Coaches Who Might Never Win Another Conference Title

    To the casual college football fan, the only championship that matters is the BCS Championship. Any real fan will tell you that winning a conference title is the first step toward a bigger prize...

    Tom Perry Written by Tom Perry about over 4 years ago 3,341 reads 34 comments

  14. College Football's 25 Highest Paid Coaches: Are They Worth It?

    If you want to get paid as a college football coach it’s best to be in the SEC. In 2009, eight of the top 25 paid coaches (who are still coaching this year) were in the SEC—and ...

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  15. Big Ten Expansion: Power Rankings With ND, Nebraska, Mizzou and Rutgers

    The news reverberated quickly yesterday as word spread that the Big Ten had formally invited Notre Dame, Rutgers, Nebraska and Missouri to join...

    Tom Perry Written by Tom Perry about over 4 years ago 4,145 reads 41 comments

  16. Kiper Big Board: Will First-Rounders Translate into More 2011 CFB Wins?

    ESPN’s Mel Kiper has posted his initial Top 25 Big Board for the 2011 NFL Draft (only 11 months early). There are very few head scratchers, but no one should get too attached to his analysis right now...

    Tom Perry Written by Tom Perry about over 4 years ago 7,356 reads 16 comments

  17. Why Notre Dame To the Big East Makes Sense

    Why are there only two "legitimate" scenarios for Notre Dame? The first is to remain independent and the second is to be the jewel in the Big Ten's expansion plans...

    Tom Perry Written by Tom Perry about over 4 years ago 2,259 reads 62 comments

  18. College Football: The 6 Biggest Trap Games in the SEC in 2010

    It’s always tough for fans to understand how their team can overlook a team on the schedule, or get knocked off by an inferior opponent...

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  19. Sons of Joe Montana, Phil Simms and 11 More: How They'll Do in College

    Simply being the offspring of someone famous doesn’t guarantee success. Of course, there are the Peyton and Eli Mannings or a Ken Griffey Jr. and Barry Bonds—all of which are arguably more successful than their papas...

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  20. The 10 Best States to Find a College Football Coach

    When athletic directors and senior administration make the final decision on hiring a football coach, there are a number of factors they must consider...

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