1. Big 12 Football: Power Ranking the Receivers

    For the Big 12, running backs stole the show in week one. Daniel Thomas, Kendall Hunter, and DeMarco Murray all went over 200 yards, and only Taylor Potts and Jerrod Johnson rank in the nation's top 15 in passing yards...

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  2. College Football Predictions: Predicting Each Big 12 Team's Top True Freshman

    Only a few days stand between now and the start of the 2010 college football season. The Big 12 Championship seems to be more up in the air than usual due to the amount of departing talent...

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  3. College Football’s 20 Most Hallowed Grounds

    For whatever reason, stadiums in college football are bigger, more lively, and more iconic than any other sports venues.They seem to evoke a certain emotion in teams and fans that simply cannot be matched...

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  4. 2010 College Football Predictions: The Best Individual Matchups of Week

    It's football time, and week one is almost here. Tim Tebow, Colt McCoy and Ndamukong Suh are gone, but plenty of talent remains...

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  5. College Football Predictions: Texas Tech's QB Controversy Is a Good Thing

    Red Raider fans aren't accustomed to uncertainty regarding signal callers. The Texas Tech quarterback position has been remarkably consistent over the past decade. Kliff Kingsbury, B...

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  6. College Football: Offensive & Defensive POY Predictions for BCS Leagues

    The fall is almost here, meaning summer practices are nearing their end and teams are gearing up for opening weekend...

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  7. Message to Big East Football: Catch Up. You're Lagging Behind

    In a recent article, I wrote that Boise State and TCU don't deserve a preseason top-five ranking. The reason for this was simple: They need to earn what they get. Well, it's a two-way street...

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  8. College Football Preseason Top 25: Why No Mid-Major Should Be Top Five

    The target on the back of the BCS seems to be larger than usual this year. The hype surrounding the national championship ambitions of Boise State and TCU surpasses anything seen in ...

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  9. Texas vs. Texas Tech: New Lone Star Showdown?

    Texas Tech fans will learn a lot about their team when the Longhorns come marching in to Lubbock on September 18th. They're going to find out just how far this program has come under Mike Leach and how far it will go under Tommy Tuberville...

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  10. College Football's 15 Toughest Road Schedules of 2010

    College football. Is there any other sport in which home-field advantage is so significant? Maybe college basketball...

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  11. College Football Predictions 2010: How Heisman Trophy Voting Will Look

    Fall is just around the corner, meaning fans all around the country are beginning to advocate for or against their favorite college football teams and players. Once again, we saw an underclassman win the Heisman in 2009...

    Christopher Brown Written by Christopher Brown about almost 4 years ago 2,849 reads 36 comments

  12. 2010 Big 12 Preview: Ranking the Quarterbacks

    Remember a couple of years ago, when it seemed like every high-profile quarterback in the country resided in the Big 12? Gunslingers like Colt McCoy, Sam Bradford, Graham Harrell, ...

    Christopher Brown Written by Christopher Brown about almost 4 years ago 5,927 reads 16 comments

  13. Stepping In: What Neal Brown Means For Texas Tech Football

    The departure of Mike Leach has created a void at Texas Tech that has yet to be filled. Surprisingly, this void doesn't have much to do with winning football games, or remaining competitive in the new Big 12...

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  14. 10 Reasons Alabama Shouldn't Be College Football's Preseason No. 1

    College football nation is still high on the success on Nick Saban, Mark Ingram, and the Crimson Tide. With a returning Heisman trophy winner, all signs seem to point toward a preseason No...

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  15. Preseason Outlook: What to Expect From Rice in 2010

    For David Bailiff and Rice, last season was the ultimate rebuilding year. His team lost most of the players that made history in 2008, most notably quarterback Chase Clement, James Casey, and all-American wide out Jarrett Dillard...

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  16. Why Is Nobody Talking About Texas Tech?

    It's been seven months since Mike Leach was fired, enough time for the dust to settle and allow people to see what hasn't changed: Texas Tech is a very good football team. The Mad Man of West Texas is gone, but his creation is still thriving...

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  17. Welcome Back, Huskers: Bo Pelini and the Future of Nebraska Football

    Even in the world of college football, the universe has its own way of making things right. Leagues come and go, but tradition finds a way to survive the storm. After the recent realignment fiasco, many anticipate further instability in the Big 12...

    Christopher Brown Written by Christopher Brown about 4 years ago 2,112 reads 28 comments

  18. Climbing the Ranks: 10 Programs to Keep An Eye On

    In the past decade, these programs have proven their worth. Some have overcome tremendous setbacks, ugly losing streaks, and downright tragedies. Others have been good in the past, but have reached a whole new elite level in recent years...

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  19. Is 2010 the Year for a Non-BCS National Champion?

    It seems like it's getting closer and closer. Boise State's 2007 Fiesta Bowl win, along with Utah's 2008 Sugar Bowl victory, started the trend for "mid-major" programs to crash the exclusive BCS bowls...

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  20. Texas Tech Strikes Gold With LB Commitment Derek David

    Tommy Tuberville is wasting no time in transforming the Texas Tech defense. Yesterday, the Red Raiders landed what is possibly their biggest recruit in the past decade when they signed ...

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  21. Who Cares About College Basketball?

    If there was one thing that was made clear throughout the conference alignments, it's that money steers all decision making, therefore crowning football as king...

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  22. Emerging Offensive Players in the Big 12

    With many of the Big 12's darlings out the door, several players will be forced to make names for themselves. As odd as it seems for the Big 12, running backs dominate this list of potential stars for the 2010 season...

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  23. Big 12: Prediction of the Preserved Red River Rivalry

    Amidst all the drama surrounding the Big 12's future and the Red River Rivalry's 110th birthday this fall. The realignment outcome that seemed most certain was the preservation of Texas and Oklahoma's storied rivalry...

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