1. Top 10 Reasons Why College Fantasy Football Trumps the Pro Game

    College fantasy football is growing at a rapid pace. The Supreme Court opened the door for media giants to use college player names in fantasy, and the cross-over from the pro game has begun...

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  2. College Fantasy Football: A Beginner's Guide

    New to college Fantasy Football? Here’s a beginner’s guide to get you revved up. The Evolution of College Fantasy Football Pro Fantasy Football really started to hit it big in the ...

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  3. Spring Q&A: Catching Up with Nevada Quarterback Colin Kaepernick

    In the summer of 2005, Colin Kaepernick was just a tall, skinny kid from Turlock, California looking to earn an FBS (then Div. 1-A) scholarship...

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  4. A Look At College Football Spring Game Attendances

    Spring games are becoming more popular each and every year. It’s a chance for fans to get their football fix in the middle of the long offseason...

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  5. College Football Spring Game Quick Hitters: Apr. 27

    Below is a recap of twenty-five spring games from this weekend. Click on the links to go to the original story source. BOSTON COLLEGE http://bceagles.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/042509aaa...

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  6. College Football Spring Practice Quick Hitters: 04/24

    Another week of spring practice is in the books. Here's some of the news coming from around the country as we head into the weekend. Army The skill positions are shaping up for the Black Knights...

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  7. College Football Spring Game Quick Hitters: Apr. 19

    News is pouring in from a big weekend chock full of spring game results. Below is a rundown of spring games that took place across the country this past weekend. Alabama Greg McElroy completed 16 of 30 passes for 189 yards and two touchdowns...

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  8. College Football Spring Practice Quick Hitters: Apr. 11

    He’s baa-aaaack. Well, kind of. Jacquizz Rodgers made his return to the practice field this week. The Oregon State coaching staff has been ultra-cautious with their star running back so far this spring...

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  9. College Fantasy Football: Debating the 2009 No. 1 Draft Pick

    There may be 160 more days until the college football season kicks off, but it's never too early for some healthy college fantasy football debate. Today's topic: Who should be your No...

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  10. College Coaching Hires Who Will Light Up the Scoreboard

    There were 21 head-coaching changes in Division I college football this past offseason, not to mention some big name offensive coordinators that landed in different zip codes...

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  11. Texas Tech Receivers in the Post-Crabtree Era: An Evaluation

    It was fun while it lasted, but Michael Crabtree is gone. He will now grace fantasy rosters in the NFL. In his two seasons in Lubbock, the All-American registered 231 catches for 3,127 yards and 41 touchdowns...

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  12. College Fantasy Football: Is Rice Still a Viable Draft-Day Destination?

    In 2008, the Rice Owls were home to one of the most dominant trios in college fantasy football history. QB Chase Clement was the highest scoring fantasy player in the country. TE James Casey was easily the most dominant player at his position...

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  13. College Fantasy Football: Which Houston WRs Are Draft-Worthy?

    Only Texas Tech threw for more yards and touchdowns than the Houston Cougars in 2008. The passing numbers were staggering: 411 completions, 5,221 yards, 45 touchdowns. Quarterback Case Keenum returns along with a slew of experienced receivers...

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  14. How Will Michigan State Replace Javon Ringer?

    In 2008, Michigan State put its entire offense on the shoulders of star running back Javon Ringer. He logged an incredible 390 carries on the season...

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  15. What Can We Expect From Jake Locker in 2009?

    Jake Locker caught everyone’s attention in 2007 with a sensational freshman campaign. He entered 2008 being hailed as the “Tim Tebow of the West”, but his year was cut short due to injury...

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  16. SMU QB Bo Levi Mitchell: 2009 Breakout Star?

    Coach Junes Jones put Hawaii on the college fantasy football map with a record-breaking, high octane aerial attack. He made household names of quarterbacks Timmy Chang and Colt Brennan...

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  17. BCS Conference Superiority: Ranked by NFL's First-Round Draft Picks

    As we inch closer to the NFL draft, college football conference debate heats up. To many, the NFL is the ultimate barometer of the strength of the talent in college football...

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  18. College Fantasy Football: Who Will Fall Prey to the Dreaded "RBBC" in 2009?

    Here are four words no college fantasy football owner wants to hear: Running Back By Committee. It’s a plague that has infected the NFL. There are very few true featured backs left in the pro game...

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  19. College Football: Who Will Catch the Ball for Oklahoma in 2009?

    Only Texas Tech and Houston threw for more yards than Oklahoma in 2008. Chances are we will see more of the same high-flying passing attack from the Sooners in 2009...

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  20. Will Anyone Fill Donald Brown's Shoes at UConn?

    UConn’s Donald Brown led the nation in rushing last year with 2,083 yards. Not surprisingly, the junior decided to leave school on a high note and bolt for the NFL...

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  21. College Fantasy Football Sleepers: Wide Receivers and Tight Ends

    Part One: Quarterback Sleepers Part Two: Running Back Sleepers In our final installment of “College Fantasy Football Sleepers,” we focus our attention on wide receivers and tight ends...

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  22. College Fantasy Football Sleepers: Running Backs

    In our second installment of “Colege Fantasy Football Sleepers”, we tackle the running back position. Unlike the quarterbacks, where most of the players we highlighted are likely to start in 2009, the running backs are a much riskier bunch..

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  23. College Fantasy Football Sleepers: Quarterbacks

    It's never too early to start talking about next season's college fantasy football sleepers. Let's kick things off with the quarterbacks. The definition of a sleeper varies depending on whom you talk to...

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  24. College Football Fast-Forward: 2009 Impact Freshmen, Tight Ends, and Kickers

    This is final installment of our five-part series analyzing the potential fantasy impact of the 2009 incoming freshmen. Part One of our story proves that you should temper your emotions when it comes to freshmen, at least from a fantasy standpoint...

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  25. College Football Fast-Forward: 2009 Impact Freshmen Wide Receivers

    This is Part Four of a five-part series analyzing the potential fantasy impact of the 2009 incoming freshmen. Part One of our story proves that you should temper your emotions when it comes to freshmen, at least from a fantasy standpoint...

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