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College Football – 2014 Week 3 Rankings

Posted on 14 Sep, 2014, by in Football

No change in the first five spots of the latest top 25 rankings, meaning Florida State, Oregon, Alabama, Oklahoma and Auburn didn’t move whether they played or not, but Georgia fell seven spots after losing to South Carolina, getting a 10-spot surge up the rankings. Virginia Tech and Louisville lost to unranked teams, costing them a spot among the elite, meaning Nebraska and Oklahoma State fill in their place. More

UCLA beat Texas

UCLA Over Texas – From Humiliation to Frustration

Posted on 14 Sep, 2014, by in Football

Things aren’t getting any better for Texas who looked a bit more respectable in a 20-17 loss to UCLA, but it did come against a backup quarterback in Jerry Neuheisel while the team actually managed to somehow mess up a coin toss and give up their possession on both kick offs. More

Oklahoma beat Tennessee

Oklahoma Over Tennessee – The SEC Has No Power Here

Posted on 14 Sep, 2014, by in Football

Two old powers in College Football, but not really in the same place right now in terms of quality and also ambitions. Oklahoma didn’t have too much trouble beating an SEC team in Tennessee, coming away with a 34-10 victory in which they easily got points through Trevor Knight and made it a nightmarish game for Justin Worley. More

South Carolina beat Georgia

South Carolina Over Georgia – Some Things Never Change

Posted on 14 Sep, 2014, by in Football

No matter what happened early on in the season; it didn’t matter that Todd Gurley was on fire once again. Georgia constantly play way below their usual level when on the road against South Carolina, and the 2014 edition of the SEC East rivalry was no different, as the Gamecocks came away with the 38-35 win, kicking their division and SEC aspirations back into high gear. More

Boston College beat USC

Boston College Over USC – There’s a First Time for Everything

Posted on 14 Sep, 2014, by in Football

Being ranked and dubbed huge favorites for a road game at Chestnut Hill didn’t mean a thing in the end as Boston College, led by some great defense and the running of quarterback Tyler Murphy, pulled off a huge upset by beating number 9 ranked USC 37-31, marking it as the first time the Eagles have ever beaten the Trojans anywhere. More

East Carolina beat Virginia Tech

College Football – Upsets Start Messing Up the Rankings

Posted on 14 Sep, 2014, by in Football

None of the popular picks for national title and the playoffs have lost, but major upsets are happening nonetheless, as USC lost for the first time this season to Boston College of all teams, Georgia were derailed by South Carolina and East Carolina carried on with their impressive season by surprising Virginia Tech. More

Tennessee vs Oklahoma

College Football – Tennessee vs Oklahoma Predictions

Posted on 13 Sep, 2014, by in Football

Two major programs meeting each other for the first time in the regular season. Oklahoma, number 4 in the nation, are pretty big favorites to pick up a win against Tennessee, who aren’t here representing the SEC, but mostly their efforts to try and show that their rebuild is going in the right direction. More

Georgia vs South Carolina

College Football – Georgia Bulldogs vs South Carolina Gamecocks Predictions

Posted on 13 Sep, 2014, by in Football

Recent history shows that Georgia hardly do well when playing on the road against South Carolina, but it feels like this time it’s different. Not just because of Todd Gurley, who might be on his way to win the Heisman trophy, but also because the Gamecocks truly look like a team that’s not up to the usual standard expected of an elite SEC team. More

BYU beat Houston

BYU Over Houston – Making the Playoffs is a Realistic Option

Posted on 12 Sep, 2014, by in Football

Beating on a team from Texas for a second straight week, this time with a 33-25 over Houston and another big game for quarterback Taysom Hill, BYU find themselves looking more and more like a team that could go through this season undefeated, which would make things very interesting for the College Football Playoffs committee considering they’re not a power conference member. More

Vanderbilt lose

College Football – Teams With Reason to Panic

Posted on 8 Sep, 2014, by in Featured, Football

Patience is usually the smart way to go about things in College Football, especially when the end game isn’t always about winning right now and this season. However, two games into the 2014 campaign, programs like Texas, Michigan, Ohio State and even the 2-0 UCLA should be concerned about how this season is shaping up to be very different from their expectations. More