1. College Football Playoff Contenders Forced to Start Inexperienced Quarterbacks

    To win a college football national championship, a strong quarterback is a must. Contenders must have someone who can handle the pressure, someone who isn ’t afraid to face ...

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  2. 8 Reasons College Football Coaches Can't Wait for Camp to Begin

    Next week, college football preseason practices will spring to life across the nation. Players will report for “fall camp” and two-a-day practices, one of the prime bonding times for any collegiate team...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 2 days ago 1,500 reads 4 comments

  3. 2014 Fall Camp Previews for Each College Football Top 25 Team

    It’s almost here. As college football’s media days schedule enters its second week, the feeling that football is just around the corner gets more and more palpable...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 3 days ago 47,724 reads 115 comments

  4. Whose Seat Is Hotter Entering 2014: Brady Hoke or Will Muschamp?

    Will Muschamp didn ’t hide from the questions. Quite the contrary. Florida’s embattled head coach dove right in before a reporter could even bring up the topic...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 7 days ago 19,298 reads 180 comments

  5. New College Football Starters Poised for Breakout Seasons in 2014

    In college football, change is the only constant. Each fall, stars emerge to thrill us with game-breaking performances, massive hits, big throws and unbelievable catches...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 10 days ago 54,828 reads 110 comments

  6. Home-and-Home College Football Series That Need to Happen

    Six weeks from now, the 2014 college football season will kick off, and with it, a number of marquee nonconference games ...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 12 days ago 88,788 reads 442 comments

  7. Hottest Topics Entering College Football's Media Days Frenzy

    Just over six months have passed since Jameis Winston’s last-second touchdown pass topped Auburn in the final BCS national title game...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 15 days ago 24,588 reads 38 comments

  8. Predicting Which CFB Coordinators Will Take Head Coaching Jobs After 2014 Season

    This time of year, the carousel is still. It sits in a forgotten corner of the college football world, sitting silent and gathering dust as the summer heat beats down on it. This, of course, is a metaphorical carousel...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 17 days ago 17,999 reads 33 comments

  9. How Top College Football Coaches on the Hot Seat Can Get off It by End of 2014

    With league media days cranking up next week—starting with the SEC’s four-day gabpalooza in Hoover, Alabama—the chatter surrounding college football will soon reach a fever pitch...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 19 days ago 11,337 reads 22 comments

  10. Predicting the 2014 Win-Loss Record for Every New College Football Head Coach

    Last winter, the coaching carousel was a bit quieter than normal. Although several major positions (Penn State, Southern California and Texas) opened up, only 20 FBS institutions will boast new head coaches when preseason practice opens up next month...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 21 days ago 62,518 reads 356 comments

  11. Every College Football Playoff Contender's Most Difficult 2014 Stretch

    Now that the calendar has turned to July and the U.S. Men’s National Team’s World Cup run is over, it’s time to think about football. American football...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 23 days ago 47,957 reads 638 comments

  12. Should More College Football Programs Offer 4-Year Scholarships to Recruits?

    On the surface, it sounds revolutionary. A major step forward in the welfare of college football players...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 25 days ago 5,047 reads 24 comments

  13. 6 Most Obscure College Football Rules

    It’s happened to us all. You’re watching a college football game and a game-changing play happens. You look to the officials for an explanation, and the result is flummoxing...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 29 days ago 13,028 reads 27 comments

  14. New College Football Coordinators with Toughest Tasks in 2014

    Each winter, college football’s coaching carousel spins with furious abandon, seemingly faster with each passing year...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 1 month ago 10,724 reads 27 comments

  15. 8 Offseason Transfers, Dismissals That Will Have Biggest Impact on 2014 Season

    In college football, change is a constant. Each winter and spring, players shift from one program to another for a variety of reasons: looking for the next big thing, a better opportunity, more playing time or simply a new start...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 1 month ago 70,926 reads 105 comments

  16. War Hero Daniel Rodriguez Trying to Make His Mark on Clemson Roster

    CLEMSON, S.C. — Daniel Rodriguez wants to be known for football, and he is ready to work for it. The Clemson junior receiver's road to college football is a fascinating, heartfelt story...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 1 month ago 41,878 reads 48 comments

  17. Best Recruiting Class in Every Power 5 Football Conference's History

    This month, a number of top recruits from the Class of 2014 arrived on college campuses across America, ready to get a head start on their college football careers...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 1 month ago 12,393 reads 23 comments

  18. The 10 Biggest Off-the-Field Moments of the BCS Era

    College football’s highly anticipated 2014 season is just over 10 weeks away from kicking off. When toe meets leather for the important matchup between Texas A&M and South Carolina on Aug...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 1 month ago 11,882 reads 38 comments

  19. Inside a Top 10 College Football Team's Summer Conditioning Program

    CLEMSON, S.C. – Every Friday morning this summer, Adam Humphries ’ routine has been the same. At 4:15 a.m., the Clemson senior wide receiver’s alarm clock jolts him out of bed, the wake-up call to begin his day...

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  20. 5 Schools Most Responsible for Keeping the ACC on the Upswing

    2013 was a banner year for ACC football. The league expanded its East Coast footprint with a pair of additions in Pitt and Syracuse, replaced departing Maryland with an upgrade in ...

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  21. Top 4 College Football Recruits Who Could Be Selected in the 2014 MLB Draft

    A generation ago, athletes played multiple sports as a way of life. The only thing that changed was the season, as football bled into basketball, which bled into baseball, which bled back into football...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 1 month ago 12,053 reads 6 comments

  22. 6 Teams That Were Better Than Their Record in 2013

    You' ve heard it in seemingly every pregame or in-game interview done in the last decade or so, and probably beyond. “What do you have to do to win this game, Coach?” “We have to win the turnover margin...

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  23. 6 College Football Teams That Will Struggle to Replace Talent Lost to NFL Draft

    Earlier this month, programs across the nation basked in the glory of their former stars as they were selected in the 2014 NFL draft...

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  24. Why College Football Needs to Implement Early Signing Period

    For college football fans, the first Wednesday in February is akin to a high holiday. Recruits across the nation put pen to paper, signing national letters of intent with their ...

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  25. How School's Depth Chart Impacts Top College Football Recruits' College Choices

    When DeShaun Watson enrolled at Clemson in January, he brought with him some of the highest expectations ever associated with a Tiger quarterback. The Gainesville, Ga., native is considered one of the top prospects in the 2014 recruiting class...

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