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2016 College Football Season: 11 Teams Still Undefeated After Week 6

Posted on 9 Oct, 2016, by in College Football

The number of undefeated teams keeps dwindling down, with only 11 remaining after week 6: Three in the Big Ten (Ohio State, Michigan, Nebraska), two in the SEC (Alabama, Texas A&M), two in the Big 12 (Baylor, West Virginia), one in the ACC (Clemson), one in the MAC (Western Michigan), one in the Mountain West (Boise State), and one in the Pac-12 (Washington). More

College Football Week 6 Scores & Standings

Posted on 9 Oct, 2016, by in College Football

In a weekend filled with rain and some cancelled games, the top 5 teams in the nation kept on winning, as Alabama (vs Arkansas), Ohio State (against Indiana), Clemson (facing Boston College), Michigan (visiting Rutgers) and Washington (playing Oregon) all won without any problem. More

Week 6 College Football Predictions

Posted on 6 Oct, 2016, by in College Football

Four games between ranked teams in week 6 of the 2016 college football season: Number one Alabama travel to face number 16 Arkansas, number 9 Tennessee visit number 8 Texas A&M in a top 10 SEC clash, number 23 Florida State will try to stop the losing against rivals and number 10 Miami, while the ACC presents another top 25 showdown between number 25 Virginia Tech and number 17 North Carolina. The Texas-Oklahoma rivalry posts another chapter, but like in most recent years, just the Sooners are ranked going into this game. More

College Football Week 5 Scores & Standings

Posted on 2 Oct, 2016, by in College Football

A busy week 5 gave us Alabama crushing Kentucky and Ohio State shutting out Rutgers in easy conference wins, while Clemson got their big victory of the season, handing Louisville their first loss of the season, while Michigan didn’t let the power of Wisconsin get in their way, also ending the Badgers undefeated run. More

Oklahoma State Block Texas Extra Point and Score Thanks to a Lateral Pass

Posted on 1 Oct, 2016, by in College Football

There’s nothing better than a fat guy touchdown. Oklahoma State blocking a Texas extra point kick and turning it into two points while using a lateral comes close. More

Best Memes of Stanford Destroyed by Washington

Posted on 1 Oct, 2016, by in College Football

When a team as hyped up like Stanford gets destroyed by Washington, a team they rarely lose to, you know the memes, whether it’s Crying Jordan or burning/chopped down trees, are going to pop up, and plenty of them. More

Pac-12: Washington For Real This Time, Stanford Overrated?

Posted on 1 Oct, 2016, by in College Football

With a 44-6 drubbing of number 7 Stanford, Washington (number 10 before the game) move their undefeated run to open the season past week 5, looking like a legitimate college football playoff contender, something that has seemed improbable for such a long time. More

College Football Week 5 Preview & Predictions

Posted on 29 Sep, 2016, by in College Football

Week 5 in the 2016 college football season presents four games between ranked teams, including two conference matchups with both schools in the top 10: Number 8 Wisconsin visiting number 4 Michigan for a huge Big Ten showdown, and in the ACC it’s number 5 Clemson hosting the red hot number 3 Louisville with the leading Heisman candidate so far, Lamar Jackson. More

College Football Rumors: LSU Next Head Coach Shortlist is Really Long

Posted on 28 Sep, 2016, by in College Football

For the rest of the 2016 season, Ed Orgeron will be the head coach of LSU, hoping to land the job on a permanent basis when the season is over. … More

LSU & Les Miles Demise Began The Day They Got Crushed by Alabama & Nick Saban in the National Championship Game

Posted on 26 Sep, 2016, by in College Football, Featured

Where did it all go wrong for LSU and Les Miles? If one would be forced to pinpoint a moment on the timeline, it would have to be the BCS championship game on January 9, 2012, when Nick Saban and Alabama shutout the Tigers to claim the title. Things just haven’t been the same since then. More