NCAAF 

Week 1 in the Big 12

On Friday, Big 12 nation was treated to two surprises: Baker Mayfield’s (Texas Tech’s walk-on quarterback) winning performance against SMU and North Dakota State’s upset win over Kansas State. Saturday, the nation got to see two top 25 teams– LSU and TCU– battle it out at AT&T Stadium. Week 1 top performers: Passing: Baker Mayfield– 413 yds, 5 total TD’s (4... Read More
NCAAF 

“Cupcake” Games: Do They Hurt Title Contenders?

On college football’s first weekend, there are some big, prime-time games everyone wants to see. The biggest games of the weekend will be Saturday night, with fifth-ranked Georgia traveling to Clemson to face the eighth-ranked Tigers and the twelfth-ranked LSU Tigers going against the 20th ranked TCU Horned Frogs in Cowboys Stadium. However, while those teams are giving themselves an... Read More
NCAAF 

Villanova Football is trending upwards

29 days ahead of the season opener against Boston College, there is excitement abound about the 2013 Villanova football team, and rightfully so. The Wildcats return 16 starters, including Jerry Rice Award winning quarterback John Robertson, who threw and rushed for 1000 yards in his stellar freshman season. In addition to Roberston, five other All-Conference players will be back on... Read More

Building a Legacy from the Ground Up

There are 119 schools that participate in college football, some more historic than others.  Michigan, Ohio State and Miami have all established a permanent legacy. Teams strive to be mentioned in the same breath as these schools. One team is on the brink of creating a lasting legacy. The Oregon Ducks kick off their 2012-2013 season with high standards and... Read More
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