1. College Football Stock Watch: Who Is Rising and Falling Post Spring Games?

    Across the nation, spring football 2015 is almost completely in the books. Almost all of America’s FBS programs have finished their spring drills, with only two programs (Hawaii and Oregon) left to hold spring games this weekend...

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  2. 10 Upsets That Would Ruin the 2015 College Football Season

    Upsets are a part of every college football season. On a quiet Saturday, they tend to come out of nowhere, forcing fans to hunt down a channel they didn ’t even know existed ...

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  3. College Football Players Who Have Shot Up the Depth Charts This Spring

    Across the nation, programs are wrapping up their spring football practices. Before long, the popping of pads and spring exhibitions will be replaced with the strain and sweat of summer ...

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  4. Every College Football Conference's Top Heisman Contender for 2015

    Across the nation, teams are wrapping up their spring football practices. Saturday is the final major day for spring games, after which programs will turn their focus to summer workouts in preparation for the 2015 season...

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  5. Winners and Losers of Saturday's College Spring Football Games

    If you’re hungry for football, Saturday was your kind of day. Across the nation, high-profile programs wrapped up springtime with their annual spring games, which are part evaluation, part exhibition and a dash of fun...

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  6. Jeremy Johnson Poised to Make Cam Newton-Like Impact for Auburn in 2015

    Five years ago, an unheralded quarterback stepped into Gus Malzahn ’s offense and propelled Auburn back into the national spotlight. Cam Newton spent only one season on the Plains, but his impact will never be forgotten...

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  7. 10 College Football Players Who Could Wind Up Coaching One Day

    The life of a college football coach isn ’t easy. Sure, the multimillion-dollar salaries pulled down by FBS head coaches like Nick Saban , Urban Meyer and Jim Harbaugh ...

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  8. 9 Most Overpaid Coaches in College Football Today

    It’s no secret that there’s plenty of money to go around in college football. The new College Football Playoff, along with lucrative television contracts, have pumped a ...

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  9. College Football Players with Most Pressure Riding on Their Shoulders

    In college football, pressure is a relative term. When your sport is the biggest moneymaker on campus, the engine that fuels athletic department coffers across the nation, you’re going to feel pressure to consistently perform and win...

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  10. Best Neutral Site Games for 2015 College Football Season

    In college football, little beats a crazed home-field environment welcoming a hated visiting team, with plenty on the line. Those games are common within league play but have become less and less common in intersectional play...

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  11. Incoming 2015 College Football Freshmen with Famous Parents

    It’s only natural to find players with talented fathers dotting college football rosters. That phenomenon has been happening for years...

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  12. 10 Starting Quarterbacks Most Likely to Lose Their Job Before the End of 2015

    There is no more important position in college football than the starting quarterback. Great programs begin with the quarterback and build a foundation around him. A great quarterback can win you games with steady play and nerves of steel in the clutch..

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 21 days ago 55,040 reads 78 comments

  13. 8 New College Football Coaches Who Face the Toughest Road to Success

    College football is a tough business. The new College Football Playoff and ever-improving television contracts have significantly increased the amount of money coming into the sport, ...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 24 days ago 10,330 reads 43 comments

  14. Will John Chavis or Will Muschamp Have Most Success in SEC in 2015?

    From one end of the SEC West to the other, Auburn and Texas A&M find themselves in similar situations entering 2015. Both teams have potent offenses...

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  15. College Football Teams and Players Primed for Huge Bounce-Back Years

    As the calendar flips from March to April, spring has officially sprung across the nation. With spring football in full swing on football-starved FBS campuses, hope springs eternal...

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  16. 9 Juniors with the Best Shot at the Heisman Trophy in 2015

    For elite college football players, their junior season is perhaps the most important. By now, they’ ve likely proved their worth to their coaches and programs and achieved a prominent place on their programs' depth charts...

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  17. 10 Early-Season 2015 College Football Games with National Title Implications

    In its inaugural season, the College Football Playoff offered teams some wiggle room, but not much. In the initial four-team field, Florida State entered as the only unbeaten team...

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  18. Predicting the Winners of Every Major College Football Rivalry Game in 2015

    One of the best parts about college football is the rivalries. Every fall, fans point toward the annual matchups which carry decades of history behind them, galvanizing programs and, in some cases, dividing families...

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  19. 7 Senior Stars with the Best Shot at the Heisman Trophy

    The Heisman Trophy has become a young man’s award. In recent years, college football has become a game that thrives on young stars who excel quickly and then depart early for the NFL...

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  20. 25 College Football Players Set to Shock the College Football World in 2015

    Spring is a time of renewal and opportunity in college football. With starting roles left open across the land due to graduation and NFL draft departures, this is a time for young ...

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  21. Ranking the Top 25 Colleges with the Best Football and Basketball Team Combos

    With Selection Sunday past us, sports fans in America are thrilled about the NCAA tournament. We’re making our upset selections, predicting our Sweet 16 and trying to figure out if anyone can take down Kentucky and John Calipari...

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  22. Predicting the 10 College Football Teams Most Likely to Regress in 2015

    College football is one of the most popular sports in America largely because of its unpredictability. Every fall, contenders emerge from unexpected places and teams pegged for the Top 10 fall out of favor in ugly fashion...

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  23. Predicting the Achilles' Heel of Every Projected Top 25 Team for 2015

    Across the nation, college football programs are shaking off the rust and getting ready for spring practice. 2014, for better or worse, is in the books. 2015, and all of its associated promise, is on the horizon...

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  24. 10 College Football Teams That Are Locks to Win 10 Games in 2015

    When college football programs evaluate their seasons at year’s end, few are truly satisfied. Every program begins their year with one major goal in mind: winning a national championship...

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  25. Which Teams Have Hardest Paths to 2015 College Football National Championship?

    2014 was one of college football’s most exciting seasons ever. The inaugural College Football Playoff offered more opportunity for teams to make noise nationally, as Ohio State proved...

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