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Ole Miss beat Boise State

Ole Miss Over Boise State – Bad Game, Happy Ending

Posted on 29 Aug, 2014, by in Football

Playing on a “neutral field” in the South didn’t really help Boise State as they enter a new era, probably one with less success than before. The Broncos were routed 35-13 by Ole Miss in the Georgia Dome, despite Bo Wallace not having the most accurate of performances. More

Texas A&M beat South Carolina

Texas A&M Over South Carolina – Quarterback Transition Goes Smoothly

Posted on 29 Aug, 2014, by in Football

Out with the old, in with the new. Texas A&M had no problem entering the post-Johnny Manziel era, coming up with one of their biggest wins since joining the SEC, beating #9 ranked South Carolina 52-28 in Columbia, presenting sophomore quarterback Kenny Hill, looking almost flawless on his first start for the Aggies. More

Kidd Brewer Stadium

10 Smallest Stadiums in College Football

Posted on 28 Aug, 2014, by in Featured, Football

While College Football is often about size and huge venues, the smallest stadiums in the FBS also deserve some mention, including Peden Stadium in Athens, Ohio, the often empty FIU Stadium in Miami, and the spectacle known as the Kibbie Dome in Moscow, Idaho. More

Dylan Thompson

College Football – Texas A&M vs South Carolina Predictions

Posted on 28 Aug, 2014, by in Football

For South Carolina and Texas A&M, it’ll be their first meeting since the Aggies joined the SEC. Both teams have a lot of talent on offense and defense they had to replace, but it seems that the Gamecocks, due to home advantage and overall talent, enter this game and the season and in better shape, shown through the preseason rankings, putting them at #9 opposed to the #21 of their opponents. More


10 Biggest Stadiums in College Football

Posted on 21 Aug, 2014, by in Featured, Football

The size of College Football stadiums continues to grow, with eight schools playing in venues with a capacity of over 100,000. Among the top 10, five are in the SEC (Georgia, Tennesee, Texas A&M, Alabama, LSU), three in the Big Ten (Ohio State, Penn State, Michigan), one in the Pac-12 (USC) and another in the Big 12 (Texas). More

Ohio State Buckeyes & Arizona Cardinals Lose Braxton Miller & Darnell Dockett for the Entire Season

Posted on 19 Aug, 2014, by in Football

One team is in College Football, the other in the NFL. A major injury has the same impact on both, as the Ohio State Buckeyes probably lose quarterback Braxton Miller for the entire season, while the Arizona Cardinals will have to do without Darnell Dockett, their excellent defensive tackle, after he tore his ACL. More

Florida State

College Football – 2014 Preseason Rankings

Posted on 18 Aug, 2014, by in Football

A College Football season can’t begin with a preseason poll, that doesn’t surprise anyone by putting Florida State as the number one team heading into the 2014 season, although Alabama, Oregon and Oklahoma have also been getting consideration as potential national champions when this is all over. More

Edward Sarafin

College Football – Edward Sarafin, the First Active Player to Come Out

Posted on 14 Aug, 2014, by in Football

When Michael Sam announced he was coming out as openly gay, he was already done with college football and headed into the NFL draft. Edward Sarafin of Arizona State is the first player who is active in College Football that has come out publicly. More

Pay for Play

College Football – Getting Closer to the Day Players Start Making Money

Posted on 7 Aug, 2014, by in Football

The NCAA might be non-profit organization, but we’ve seen how much the NFL, another non-profit, cares about making money. But it seems like the words coming from Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby and West Virginia athletics director Oliver Luck about paying college athletes getting paid in the near future mean that the structure and landscape of college sports is about to change. More


College Football Realignment – Big 12 Adding BYU Doesn’t Make Sense

Posted on 25 Jun, 2014, by in Football

The world of college football keeps changing, and further conference realignment remains an option. However, adding BYU to the Big 12 which is still a ten-team conference doesn’t seem to be something we’re going to see in the near future. More