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2014 College Football Season – Week 8 BCS Standings

Posted on 21 Oct, 2014, by in Uncategorized

The BCS doesn’t exist anymore, and it’s actually quite a shame considering it’s perfect for a College Football playoff system. After week 8 has come and gone, here’s a look at how it would have been if it would have still be used to determine the standings and the best teams in the nation. More

Will Muschamp

Florida Gators – Jeff Driskel Helping Will Muschamp Get Fired

Posted on 21 Oct, 2014, by in Football

No more excuses are left for Will Muschamp as his tenure as the head coach of the Florida Gators football team should be coming to an end very soon. Maybe he’ll last the entire season, even if he doesn’t deserve it, but his days in the position are numbered. More

Jameis Winstin, Jimbo Fisher

Florida State Seminoles – Jimbo Fisher is Tired of Jameis Winston Questions

Posted on 21 Oct, 2014, by in Football

Despite being undefeated this season and the defending national champions, the most interesting thing about the Florida State Seminoles football team is where things stand with Jameis Winston. The head coach, Jimbo Fisher, is getting tired of answering them. More

Florida State Seminoles

2014 College Football Season – Week 8 Rankings

Posted on 20 Oct, 2014, by in Featured, Football

This is an SEC West world with four teams in the top 5: Number one Mississippi State, followed by Ole Miss, Alabama and Auburn, with number two Florida State ruining the sweep. Oregon are the top team from the Pac-12 at number 6 following their win over Washington, Notre Dame didn’t take too much of a hit from their first loss while the Big 12 has just one team in the top 10 with a one loss TCU representing. More

Arizona State beat Stanford

Arizona State Over Stanford: The Pac-12 Has Changed

Posted on 19 Oct, 2014, by in Football

Over the last two years, Stanford were the best team in the Pac-12. But this year it’s different, and losing to Arizona State means it’s already three losses this season, and the hope of winning the conference and going to another Rose Bowl or making it to the College Football playoffs is ending. More

Oregon beat Washington

Oregon Ducks – One Sided Rivalries Are the Best Kind

Posted on 19 Oct, 2014, by in Football

Over a decade of dominance and it’s still going. Oregon beat Washington 45-20 with a great offensive performance by Marcus Mariota and Royce Freeman, extending their winning streak over the Huskies to 11 games. More

Kansas State beat Oklahoma

Oklahoma Sooners – Kicking Might Have Ruined Their Season

Posted on 19 Oct, 2014, by in Football

Maybe the SEC is overrated, but Bob Stoops has other problems that might stand in his way of winning the Big 12 or making the College Football playoff. A 31-30 home loss to Kansas State can be blamed on a number of things, but it’ll come down to Michael Hunnicutt missing an easy field goal and having an extra point attempt blocked as the reason the Sooners lost for the second time this season. More

Missouri beat Florida

Florida Gators – Will Muschamp Should be Fired Very Soon

Posted on 19 Oct, 2014, by in Football

When no sign or progress is made over a long period of time, a head coach has to know his job is up for grabs. Florida lost to Missouri 42-13 which means Will Muschamp is under even more pressure than before, unable to jolt his football team back into life, losing, and badly, against every respectable team they happen to meet. More

West Virginia beat Baylor

West Virginia Over Baylor – Big 12 Gets All Shook Up

Posted on 19 Oct, 2014, by in Football

There’s nothing new about West Virginia beating top 5 teams, as they hand Baylor their first loss of the season, 41-27 in Morgantown. In according to Mountaineers tradition, the streets of the college town weren’t safe from rioting fans and students, leading to the usual police intervention. More

Alabama beat Texas A&M

Alabama Crimson Tide – Destroying the Last Hope for Texas A&M

Posted on 19 Oct, 2014, by in Football

If anyone had any doubt left about the bluff called Texas A&M, Alabama ended those with a crushing 59-0 win against the Aggies, rebounding from a rough couple of weeks and proving once again that they’re more than worthy to be considered among the candidates in the SEC to make the College Football playoffs. More