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College Football Rankings

Posted on 26 Sep, 2016, by in College Football

No change in the top 7 of the rankings following week 4, with Alabama, Ohio State (without playing), Louisville, Michigan, Clemson, Houston and Stanford staying put. Wisconsin enter the top 10 for the first time this season, Ole Miss enjoy the biggest rise after beating Georgia, who had the biggest drop of all, 13 spots. LSU and Oklahoma (without playing) dropped from the rankings, in a week when all four ranked teams that lost did so against other ranked teams. More

Les Miles, LSU Tigers Head Coach, Fired After Week 4 Loss to Auburn

Posted on 25 Sep, 2016, by in College Football

Last season Les Miles was able to avoid being fired by LSU despite growing pressure, and emerge seemingly stronger than ever. However, a 2-2 start and falling out of the rankings despite being a top 10 team in preseason resulted in the one-time national champion with the Tigers to be fired. More

2016 College Football Season: 27 Teams Still Undefeated (Week 4)

Posted on 25 Sep, 2016, by in College Football

After week 4 in the 2016 college football season, there are still 27 undefeated teams: Six from the Big Ten, four from both the ACC and Pac-12, three from the American conference, Mountain West and SEC, and two in each of the Big 12 and the MAC. More

20 Best Memes Making Fun of LSU, Florida, Notre Dame, Georgia, Oregon & Auburn Girl

Posted on 25 Sep, 2016, by in College Football

There were plenty of teams to mock with memes in week 4 for their losses: Oregon, Florida, LSU and Notre Dame to name a few, but it seems that an Auburn girl getting hit in the face with a kick caused the strongest reaction. More

2016 College Football Season: Week 4 Rankings Changes Predictions

Posted on 25 Sep, 2016, by in College Football

Not everyone was active in week 4, but there was plenty of action to go around, from the easiness teams like Alabama, Louisville and Michigan enjoyed, contrasted with the big ranked vs ranked wins teams like Wisconsin, Ole Miss, Texas A&M and Tennessee had, which should mean a lot of changes in the 20-5 area of the rankings, including LSU, Florida and Georgia probably dropped from the top 25, or at least taking a very heavy hit. More

College Football Week 4 Scores & Standings

Posted on 25 Sep, 2016, by in College Football

While Alabama, Louisville and Michigan didn’t break a sweat in dominant wins over unranked teams, Tennessee showed their true worth by finally beating Florida while erasing a 21-point deficit, Auburn beat LSU without even scoring a touchdown, and Wisconsin impressed by dominating Michigan State in East Lansing, getting their second win over a top 10 team this season. More

2016 College Football Season: 16 Musings on Week 4 Games

Posted on 22 Sep, 2016, by in College Football

In week 4 of the 2016 college football season, the spotlight is turned to a couple of big conference games: In the Big Ten, Michigan State hosting Wisconsin might not be entertaining but it’s going to be fun, while in the SEC undefeated Arkansas travel to play loss-less Texas A&M in a semi-clash of styles that could give us the main challenger to Alabama in the division and conference. More

The Highest Paid State Employee in the United States? Nick Saban, Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach

Posted on 22 Sep, 2016, by in College Basketball, College Football

A perfect example of just how big of a business college football has become is the salaries of head coaches. For example, Nick Saban, the head coach of Alabama, is the highest paid state employee, not just in the state of Alabama, but in the entire United States. More

College Football Stats: Offensive & Defensive Team Rankings

Posted on 20 Sep, 2016, by in College Football

Comparing statistics between teams from different conferences in college football is difficult, but in an attempt to gauge what matters and what not, we look at the current leaders in … More

College Football Week 3 Rankings

Posted on 19 Sep, 2016, by in College Football

Three newcomers to the top 25, as Nebraska, San Diego State and Utah replace Iowa, Notre Dame and Oregon. Alabama maintain the top spot while Ohio State rise to number 2 and Louisville take over number 3. The rest of the top 7 remains unchanged, while Miami moving up 10 spots to number 15 is the biggest rise of the week. Both Oklahoma and Florida State dropped 11 spots. More