1. Stay-or-Go Advice for Top Eligible NFL Draft QB Prospects

    ‘Tis the season. Not for holiday shopping and traditions. Or hanging out with family. Nope. The beginning of college football’s postseason means that college football’s speculation season has also begun...

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  2. The Most Underrated NFL Draft Prospect in Every Bowl Game

    At long last, the 2014-15 college football bowl season is upon us. When Nevada and Louisiana-Lafayette kick off in the New Orleans Bowl Saturday morning, the 39-game bowl slate will begin...

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  3. 25 Players Guaranteed to Light Up the Stat Sheet This Bowl Season

    We’re hurtling toward the end of the 2014 college football season. Following plenty of discussion from all corners, the inaugural College Football Playoff field is set...

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  4. Power Ranking 15 Best Freshmen from 2014 College Football Season

    Now that the dust is settling on college football’s 2014 regular season, with the first College Football Playoff field set and 38 postseason games in place, it’s time to start looking back...

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  5. Best Head-to-Head Matchups to Watch for This Bowl Season

    When the dust settled from the release of the inaugural College Football Playoff pairings on Sunday afternoon, sending the arguments over the much-hyped final four into hyper drive, ...

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  6. Bold Predictions for Conference Championship Weekend

    Conference championship weekend is finally here. For an entire season, we've watched, waited, debated and talked about the happenings of the 2014 college football season, and now that we're coming to its denouement, it is as intriguing as ever...

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  7. Grading 1st-Year College Coaches' 2014 Seasons

    This week, the college football coaching carousel started spinning again, with multiple high-profile jobs opening up as the 2014 regular season wound to a close. Bo Pelini was fired by Nebraska...

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  8. 10 Most Disappointing Teams of 2014 College Football Season

    We’re nearing the end of college football’s 2014 regular season. Conference championships are set, teams are getting bowl-eligible and accepting postseason bids and Saturday ...

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  9. Can Heisman Contender Melvin Gordon Lead Wisconsin Past OSU for B1G Title?

    Saturday afternoon, we learned the matchup for next week’s Big Ten Championship. And it got even more intriguing than we could have imagined...

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  10. Could Loss to Clemson Be the End of Steve Spurrier Era at South Carolina?

    On Saturday afternoon, Steve Spurrier sounded like a rather defeated man. Following a 35-17 defeat at Clemson, the Gamecocks’ first loss to their in-state rival since 2008, ...

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  11. Georgia Tech's Option Will Cause Problems for Florida State in ACC Title Game

    Florida State’s quest for an ACC championship and a College Football Playoff berth hasn ’t been easy. Entering Saturday, the Seminoles had won five games by six points or fewer and erased three double-digit road deficits...

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  12. The College Football Rivalry That We Miss the Most

    Thursday afternoon, the state of Texas pulsed with anticipation for a great night of rivalry college football...

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  13. College Football Rivalry Games with Biggest Heisman Implications

    Welcome to crunch time. With just two weeks remaining in the 2014 college football regular season, we’ve reached the point where awards are won and postseason berths are earned...

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  14. Updating the College Football Top 25 Rankings If Preseason Polls Didn't Exist

    Week 13 of the 2014 college football season was far from the most active on the calendar. With SEC teams facing as many FCS opponents as FBS foes (four each), the week was a chance ...

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  15. Melvin Gordon Must Carry Wisconsin to a Big Ten Title to Win Heisman

    One week ago, Melvin Gordon vaulted into college football’s national spotlight with a 408-yard rushing effort against Nebraska that set the FBS single-game rushing record (for ...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 25 days ago 7,540 reads 38 comments

  16. Florida State's Rashad Greene Sets School Record for Most Career Receiving Yards

    If Florida State University makes the College Football Playoff, you’ll hear plenty about sophomore quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston (as if you haven’t already)...

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  17. Bo Wallace Passes Eli Manning for Most Career Offensive Yards at Ole Miss

    University of Mississippi senior quarterback Bo Wallace has been up and down this season, and Saturday was no different...

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  18. Penn State Football: What Went Wrong in 2014 and How Can Nittany Lions Fix It?

    This fall, Penn State will go beyond what most reasonable observers expected, while also failing to live up to preseason expectations...

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  19. J.T Barrett Sets New Ohio State Record for Total Offense, Most Touchdown Passes

    When Braxton Miller went down with season-ending shoulder surgery in August, Ohio State fans were concerned. And with good reason. Redshirt freshman J.T...

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  20. Predicting the Winner of Every College Football Conference

    It’s crunch time now. We’ve reached the final stretch of the 2014 college football season, with a little over two weeks to go until the inaugural College Football Playoff is set and bowl matchups are decided...

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  21. Injuries That Have Had Biggest Impact on 2014 College Football Season

    With only three weeks left in the 2014 college football regular season, the chase for the inaugural College Football Playoff has come into sharp focus...

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  22. Heisman Watch 2014: Grading Top Contenders' Performances from Week 12

    You could argue that this 2014 college football season hasn’t had a true Heisman moment — the kind of moment where fans take notice of an accomplishment so incredible that ...

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  23. Wisconsin's Melvin Gordon's Insane 408-Yard Game Makes RB Heisman Front-Runner

    Entering this weekend, Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota was the Heisman Trophy front-runner, and justifiably so...

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  24. With Little Help from QB Christian Hackenberg, Penn State Is Now Bowl Eligible

    Saturday afternoon, Penn State achieved a significant milestone given the program’s troubled recent history...

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  25. 8 Best True Freshmen Contributing for College Football Playoff Contenders

    The final month of the college football season is no time for neophytes. The season’s most important games are played with a year’s worth of work and preparation riding on every snap...

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