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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

Kyler Murray

College Football Recruiting – Texas A&M Aggies Get Quarterback Kyler Murray

Posted on 29 May, 2014, by in Football

It seems that tradition and family is important for Kyler Murray, the top ranked high school quarterback in the nation, committing to Texas A&M to be his College Football program, following in the footsteps of his father Kevin Murray, a two-time All-American during the mid 80′s, while his son rejected offers from Oregon and Auburn. More

Will Muschamp

Florida Gators & SEC – No More FCS Opponents

Posted on 28 May, 2014, by in Football

Despite being the dominant power in College Football, SEC teams tend to schedule way too many FCS games which will probably hurt some of their team’s chances when it comes to make decisions about the College Football playoffs. Will Muschamp, head coach of the Florida Gators, has stated publicly that he doesn’t want any opponents from a lower division anymore. More

C. J. Fiedorowicz

Iowa Hawkeyes – The Best in Developing NFL Talent

Posted on 15 May, 2014, by in Football

It doesn’t take much to turn five and four-star high school prospects into productive college football players and then into draft picks. But turning two-star or even unrated players that enter college football without too much bell ringing and attention is a much more impressive feat, and no one does it better than Iowa, even if the football program hasn’t been exactly winning a whole lot in recent years. More

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College Football Realignment – ACC Not Changing Anything

Posted on 13 May, 2014, by in Football

The moves and realignment in College Football over the last few years have made conferences change their schedule and though process. The ACC, like it’s “bigger sister”, the SEC, has decided to keep their conference schedule an 8-game one while slowly moving towards a tougher nonconference schedule, although it already doesn’t make much of a difference considering some of the annual rivalries most of their schools have. More

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College Football Realignment – SEC Isn’t About Being Fair

Posted on 29 Apr, 2014, by in Football

It’s hard to find someone who isn’t disappointment with the decisions made by the SEC to keep their schedule at eight conference games and with a set cross-division rivalry, which makes things quite easy for teams like Alabama who have to face Tennessee each season, while LSU seem to be stuck with Florida, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg in terms of “fairness”. More

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College Football Realignment – SEC Not Changing Too Much

Posted on 28 Apr, 2014, by in Football

The moving and shaking in College Football of recent years which included the SEC becoming a 14-team conference calls for some shifts in scheduling. The latest decision maintains the eight conference games schedule which includes one set game against a non-division rival which aligns with history and tradition, and in the future, to improve the strength of schedule situation, will also force each team to play against a team from a power conference. More

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College Athletes Unionizing – Alabama & Texas Make More Money Than the NHL & Most of the NBA

Posted on 7 Apr, 2014, by in Basketball, Featured, Football

Once College Basketball for 2014 is over, the main thing in college sports that will grab the headlines will be the first steps in the attempt of college athletes, mostly football players, to unionize with the main goal starting to get paid for their services to universities, which means being given a piece of the huge money pie that is College Athletics, mostly coming from TV Deals. More

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What are the Chances of Making it to the NFL?

Posted on 6 Mar, 2014, by in Football

A lot of young athletes believe that sports may be their way to escape poverty and provide a better life for them and their family. The numbers showing us how many of them actually make it into the NFL through the process of high school, college football and eventually the pros, shows once again just how important education is before anything else. More

Jameis Winston

College Football Rumors – Jameis Winston Not Leaving Florida State Anytime Soon

Posted on 7 Feb, 2014, by in Football

You never expect college stars with great NFL prospects to stay around not getting paid for too long, but Jameis Winston seems to be made of something different, suggesting he has at least two more years to play for Florida State. More