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NFL Rumors – Indianapolis Colts Want to Hire Nick Saban as the Head Coach

Posted on 13 Nov, 2015, by in College Football, NFL

The Indianapolis Colts are underperforming this season, and the ownership is putting it on head coach Chuck Pagano, with General Manager Ryan Grigson getting an honorable mention. Their dream candidate, although no one knows if he wants the job, is Nick Saban. More

2015 College Football Season – Week 10 Playoff Rankings

Posted on 11 Nov, 2015, by in College Football

The second edition of the College Football Playoff rankings has been released, keeping Clemson at number one while Alabama move to move to take the number two positions. Ohio State remain at number three while Notre Dame, who like the Crimson Tide have one loss, move up to the number four spot, which means getting into the playoffs. More

SEC Dominance – Only Three NFL Teams Don’t Have Alabama or LSU Players

Posted on 9 Nov, 2015, by in College Football, NFL

The SEC has been dominated by LSU and Alabama for quite some time, combining for five national titles in the BCS era (four of them won by Nick Saban). Not just on the field, but in the draft as well, as only three teams in the NFL – Pittsburgh Steelers, Indianapolis Colts and Detroit Lions, don’t have a player from either of these schools. More

2015 College Football Season – Week 10 Rankings

Posted on 9 Nov, 2015, by in College Football

The AP Poll rankings don’t determine anything, but they still mean something, and following week 10 in the 2015 season, they put Clemson on top for the first time in 34 years, followed by Ohio State, Alabama, Baylor and Oklahoma State in the top 5. The Cowboys rising seven spots are the big winners of the week while Michigan State and TCU tumbled down eight spots, not to mention Toledo, Ole Miss and Texas A&M dropping out, replaced by Navy, Wisconsin and Northwestern. More

2015 College Football Seasons – Undefeated Teams Upset; Rankings Will Massively Change

Posted on 8 Nov, 2015, by in College Football

After week 10 of the 2015 college football season, we’re left with just six undefeated teams: Ohio State and Iowa in the Big Ten, Clemson in the ACC, Baylor & Oklahoma State in the Big 12 and Houston in the American Conference. But as the first edition of the rankings by the College Football Playoff committee showed us, losses aren’t the only thing that matters. More

2015 College Football Season – Week 10 Scores & Standings

Posted on 8 Nov, 2015, by in College Football

The number one team in the latest rankings, Clemson, finally beat Florida State and clinched their division to set up a spot in the ACC championship game. LSU got destroyed by Derrick Henry and Alabama, Ohio State didn’t look too smooth in a win over Minnesota and Notre Dame keep on winning despite the injuries piling up. Florida clinched their division and a spot in the SEC title game by beating Vanderbilt, barely. Michigan State lost to Nebraska in the final seconds on a wrong call by the officials. More

NFL Teams Locker Rooms

Posted on 5 Nov, 2015, by in Miscellaneous, NFL

A nice little photo tour around locker rooms of the NFL, which don’t look that different from each other, although a few stand out thanks to actually making their floor … More

2015 College Football Playoff Rankings Week 9

Posted on 4 Nov, 2015, by in College Football

The first rankings by the College Football Playoff committee consist of a few surprises, mainly Clemson and LSU topping Ohio State in the rankings, while Alabama and Notre Dame, teams with one loss, have an edge over Baylor, Michigan State, TCU and Iowa, while Florida complete the top 10. More

2016 College Basketball Season: Preseason Rankings

Posted on 3 Nov, 2015, by in College Basketball

Despite being quite a way from their most recent success, North Carolina are crowned as the preseason number one team, with Kentucky, Maryland, Kansas and defending national champions Duke completing the top 5. Wisconsin, last year’s national title game losers, are in at number 17. More

2015 College Football Season – Week 9 Rankings

Posted on 2 Nov, 2015, by in College Football

Not a lot of action or movement in the top 25 following week 9, with five of the top 7 not playing, which keeps Ohio State, Baylor, Clemson, LSU and TCU in the top 5, in that order as well. No one new joining the top 10 while Notre Dame move up at the expense of Stanford, while North Carolina make it in for the first time this season and Texas A&M make it back, all at the expense of the ACC, with Pittsburgh and Duke getting bumped. More