1. Does College Football Really Deserve 'Not-for-Profit' Status?

    We are learning a lot of things on the verge of a massive conference realignment that will reshape the entire college football landscape...

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  2. Michigan State Football: Spartans Fall Flat in Season Opener

    Months of waiting finally came to an end today when Michigan State kicked off against Young’s Town State. After an off-season filled with Rose Bowl and National Championship dreams, how did the Spartans perform? They fell flat...

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  3. Notre Dame Football: Will Tyler Eifert Continue Irish Run Of Elite Tight Ends?

    If Penn State is Line Backer U, and Purdue is the Cradle of Quarterbacks, what does that make Notre Dame? Tight End U, of course! Over the last decade, and throughout much of Notre ...

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  4. Michigan State Football 2011: Predicting the Win and Loss Column

    As usual, a lot of pundits are picking Michigan State to disappoint this season. Most aren’t saying that Michigan State will do poorly; instead, they are saying that the Spartans simply won’t have as good of a season as last year...

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  5. 2011 Michigan Football: Predicting the Wins and Losses for the Woverines

    Michigan fans won’t want to hear this, but the Wolverines aren’t going to win the National Championship or get to a BCS bowl this year...

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  6. 2011 Notre Dame Football: Stepping Back into the National Spotlight

    Ask a lot of college football fans if they are getting excited for the upcoming football season and they’ll say they have been waiting all year. Ask some Notre Dame fans and they’ll tell you they have been waiting for two decades...

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  7. Doubting the Doubters: Why Michigan State Will Win the Big Ten in 2011

    The season has not even begun, and many commentators already feel Michigan State is overrated. On one hand, there are good reasons to question how good of a season Michigan State will have...

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  8. Brady Hoke: Michigan Fans Meet Your Next Head Coach

    First things first. This is a prediction, not inside information received within the Michigan Athletic department or close to Brady Hoke. Okay, I admit I was wrong...

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  9. What Greener Pastures? Harbaugh Should Stay at Stanford

    Reports are circulating the web that Jim Harbaugh is interviewing the the 49ers, and other NFL programs have expressed interest...

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  10. Michigan Football: Why Les Miles Will Soon Be Coaching the Wolverines

    First, this is pure speculation. I am not saying that I have reports, or inside information that Les Miles has accepted an offer from Michigan...

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  11. Forget the Turtle? Randy Edsall the Next Maryland Football Coach

    Apparently Mike Leach will not be coaching at the University of Maryland after all. Instead, Randy Edsall, former coach of the University of Connecticut Huskies, will be taking over the reigns...

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  12. Gator Chomp: Should the Florida Gators Pursue Charlie Weis?

    An interesting report is spreading across the Internet. Charlie Weis may be heading to Gainesville to take over as the University of Florida's offensive coordinator...

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  13. Michigan State Basketball: The Spartans Are Getting Stomped

    At the opening of the 2010-2011 basketball season I envisioned myself writing an article entitled “The Spartans Stomp” and it would recount the success and talent of ...

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  14. Mike Leach Should Allow Ralph Friedgen To Finish His Contract

    Substantiated rumors are shooting around the web that Ralph Friedgen will be pushed out of the Maryland football program and will be replaced by offensive genius Mike Leach...

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  15. A Respectful Farewell to Urban Meyer and a Wake Up Call for Florida Gators Fans

    One of College Football 's most prolific coaches has decided to retire at the young age of 46. Sadly, I am writing this article not so much out of my respect for Urban Meyer , ...

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  16. Why Notre Dame Will Pull Out a Huge Victory Over Utah

    I am calling the upset. It is crazy, I know as the Fighting Irish are underdogs by nearly a touchdown. Heck, the only reason bookies are calling the game that close is probably because of the drubbing TCU carried out last weekend...

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  17. Mark Dantonio: Face of The Michigan State Spartans Football Program

    Mark Dantonio has become the face of the Spartan Football program. In four short years, he has turned a perennially underachieving team into a stable and solid competitor...

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  18. The Mad Hatter And His Mad Fan Base: Les Miles Deserves Respect

    Les Miles has pulled out a huge victory against their archrival, the Alabama Crimson Tide. Yet one must wonder, when the excitement wears down over the next couple of days, will ...

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  19. Should Michigan Wolverines Fire Rich Rodriguez?

    Michigan is on a three-day losing streak, and with the surprisingly good Illinois up next on the schedule, there is a real possibility of that streak continuing...

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  20. Notre Dame Football: Do the Fighting Irish Schedule Weak Opponents?

    Notre Dame fans are used to hearing it. Notre Dame critics are used to leveling it. Notre Dame schedules a weak set of opponents, and thus they need to join a conference in order to face real competition...

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  21. College Football: Dreaming Up a Playoff System

    Like many college football fans, I dream of the day when the bigwigs in the sport decide to abandon the joke that is known as the BCS system...

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  22. Michigan State Football: It's a Jersey Thing!

    Michigan State needs to modify its road jerseys. The charcoal gray tone of the shoulders is absolutely unacceptable for a program that chants “Go Green, Go White!” not ...

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  23. Should Joe Paterno Be Forced to Retire? Penn State 2010

    Joe MUST go! What, wait. Heck NO, Joe must stay! The man is a living legend, after all! A look at both sides of the debate: Let me start by saying that I'm not arguing that JoePa should or should not retire...

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  24. Notre Dame Football: Defending Coach Brian Kelly

    First, a moment of silence for Declan Sullivan, the student who died in the tragic accident last week. Rest in peace. Notre Dame stands at 4-5, coming off embarrassing losses to Navy and Tulsa...

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  25. Builders and Giant Killers: A Look at The Top Five BCS Teams

    At the moment Oregon has secured the top spot in the BCS rankings. Yet twenty years ago the Ducks were a bottom feeder program, a doormat for the USC's of the world as they marched on to national championships...

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