1. BCS Rankings: the Promise of a Future Playoff Doesn't Fix the 2012 Season

    With the shiny new BCS rankings making their auspicious debut this Sunday night, we are once again reminded of the powerful regime that currently has a firm grasp upon college football...

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  2. Ranking the Easiest Roads to BCS Title Game for Each Unbeaten Team

    After a wild week in which BCS championship contenders Georgia, Florida State and LSU all fell from the ranks of the unbeaten, the chase for the national title is now officially up in the air...

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  3. Studs and Duds from Week 6 in College Football

    In as much as Week 5 of the 2012 college football season was a weekend without a defense, Week 6 was the weekend that the mighty and powerful fell from grace...

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  4. Week 6 College Football Injury Report: Latest News and Updates

    After five full weeks of play, it’s natural that the college football injury list would grow and become more critical in deciding the outcome of games...

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  5. College Football Uniform Watch for Week 6

    After Week 5’s Wisconsin-at-Nebraska game that featured an alarmingly huge handwritten “W” or “N” on the chests of the competitors, you have to wonder what’s next in college-football couture...

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  6. Grading the Top 25 College Football Offenses Heading into Week 6

    After a Week 5 that celebrated offense and left us pining for a little dose of the “D”, it seems prudent to evaluate the top point-scoring teams in the land...

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  7. Studs and Duds from Week 5 in College Football

    Week 5 of the 2012 college football season may well go down as the “week without a defense,” meaning we have lots of offensive studs to celebrate now that the dust has settled...

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  8. Why West Virginia's Big 3 on Offense Are Better Than USC Trojans' Top Weapons

    After West Virginia’s Week 5 offensive detonation vs. Baylor it’s time to put the Mountaineers' offensive attack right up there with the best in the biz...

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  9. Tennessee vs. Georgia: Why Volunteers Will Be an SEC Contender in 2013

    Given the lingering sting of their 51-44 loss at Georgia and their 0-2 start in SEC play, it’s easy to understand why Volunteer fans might be ready to throw in the towel on the 2012 season...

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  10. Ohio State vs. Michigan State: Why Spartans Always Seem to Be a Step Behind

    Despite the fact that the Buckeye defense managed to completely shut down Michigan State’s running game on Saturday, the Spartans still managed to hang around by virtue of posting 269 passing yards...

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  11. The 10 Tastiest Cupcake Games of College Football Week 5

    One of the best things about the fifth week of the college football season is the reduction in the number of “gimmee” games...

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  12. Most Important Injuries That Could Impact Week 5 College Football Games

    One of the underlying storylines that explains each week’s results in college football is the constant barrage of injuries that are naturally involved in a sport teeming with physicality...

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  13. Penn State Football: Are ESPN and ABC Exploiting PSU's Scandal Woes?

    How do you explain a 2-2 team, banned from postseason play, having their fifth consecutive game covered on national TV? Yes, this is a team that was out of the championship and bowl mix before the first snap of the season...

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  14. College Football All-Week 4 Team

    If you were charged with selecting the best college football players, by position, thus far in the 2012 season, what would your list look like? Yes, if you were tasked with filling ...

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  15. Arizona vs. Oregon: De'Anthony Thomas & Kenjon Barner Are Best 1-2 Punch in CFB

    Oregon’s 3-0 start to the 2012 season and No. 3 AP ranking is powered by the No. 4 rushing offense in the land, an attack that is solidly anchored by the best running duo in the country...

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  16. Cal vs. USC: Trojans QB Matt Barkley Needs a Redemption Game

    After a less than inspiring performance in USC’s shocking Week 3 loss to Stanford, Trojan superstar QB Matt Barkley needs a salvation-type performance in Week 4’s clash with Cal...

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  17. Clemson vs. Florida State: Is This the Start of Another Seminole Dynasty?

    After whipping up on two FCS opponents and putting the hammer down on Wake Forest, Florida State’s Week 4 game vs. Clemson marks the true starting point of their 2012 quest to return to national prominence...

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  18. College Football Week 4: Last Minute Injury Updates

    With a full bore schedule of college football games just hours from kickoff it’s important to be clear on which critical athletes won’t be taking the field today, which are coming back, and then the guys whose play might be compromised...

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  19. College Football: Studs and Duds from Week 3

    When you peel back the layers of the big onion that is a weekend jam-packed with college football, you find the individual performances that sparked the bigger story of who won and who lost...

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  20. Notre Dame vs. Michigan State: Irish Squad Proves to Be Legit BCS Contender

    After starting the 2011 season 1-2 and basically dropping out of the national spotlight, Notre Dame has burst onto the 2012 scene as a 3-0 team that looks prepared to make a run...

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  21. Tennessee Football: 10 Things We Learned from the Volunteers' Loss to Florida

    After holding Florida to just 10 first-half points, Tennessee’s defense bent and then broke in the second half of their Week 3 game vs. the Gators, giving up 27 points and ultimately dropping the game 37-20...

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  22. Florida State Football: Will Emerging Running Game Be 'Noles' Missing BCS Piece?

    Though many folks will point to quarterback EJ Manuel’s inconsistent play as the reason why Florida State didn ’t triumphantly return to the BCS in 2011, what if the ...

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  23. Oregon Football: The Blueprint for De'Anthony Thomas' Heisman Campaign

    After Oregon ’s LaMichael James finished No. 3 in the 2010 Heisman Trophy voting and No. 10 last year, it’s natural to wonder if 2012 will finally be the year that ...

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  24. Power Ranking Potential BCS Busters

    Over the 14 year history of the BCS, 19 non-AQ (automatic qualifier) teams have technically been in position to be BCS “Busters,” with only a mere seven making it to an actual BCS bowl...

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  25. Notre Dame Non-Football Sports to ACC: The Mall Theory of Conference Realignment

    According to reports released today by ESPN, Notre Dame’s non-football sports interests are leaving the Big East for the ACC ...

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