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2015 NFL Season – Only One Undefeated Team Left After Week 12

Posted on 30 Nov, 2015, by in NFL

We’re entering the final month of the 2015 NFL season with just one undefeated team left: The Carolina Panthers after a dominant Thanksgiving performance, while the New England Patriots lose in the Colorado snow, in overtime, to leave the Panthers alone in their regular season perfection. More

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2015 College Football Season – Rankings & Playoff Time; Two Undefeated Teams Left

Posted on 29 Nov, 2015, by in College Football

The 2015 college football regular season has come to an end with two undefeated teams (Clemson and Iowa) as we head into championship week, which will determine if the top 4 teams right now (Clemson, Alabama, Oklahoma and Iowa) remain in the pole position to make the College Football Playoff, or are win for some changes and surprises. More

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Dallas Cowboys, Tony Romo Only Ones to Have Beaten Two 9-0 Teams or Better, Which is Also Why the Carolina Panthers Might Win the Super Bowl

Posted on 26 Nov, 2015, by in NFL

The Dallas Cowboys have Tony Romo back and are now trying to salvage something out of this season, aka make the playoffs. This means beating the undefeated (10-0) Carolina Panthers. Seems impossible? Not for Romo. More

Cam Newton

2015 NFL Season – Two Undefeated Teams Left After Week 11

Posted on 23 Nov, 2015, by in NFL

With almost all of week 11 games come and gone, we still have the same two undefeated teams remaining: Carolina Panthers and the New England Patriots, who need to finish the job on Monday Night Football. More

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2015 Season – Two Undefeateds Left, Rankings Earthquake Next

Posted on 22 Nov, 2015, by in College Football

The dust settles from the damage week 12 caused to some major contenders, as we’re left with just two undefeated teams: Iowa in the Big Ten and Clemson in the ACC, while Ohio State, Oklahoma State and Houston lose for the first time this season, and as a result the rankings will be shaken up quite thoroughly. More

Cam Newton

2015 NFL Season – Two Undefeated Teams Left After Week 10

Posted on 16 Nov, 2015, by in NFL

As the bulk of week 10 in the 2015 NFL season is behind us, we’re still left with the same three undefeated teams: The New England Patriots, Carolina Panthers and Cincinnati Bengals, who still need to play the Houston Texans on Monday Night Football. More

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2015 College Football Season: Five Undefeated Teams Left; Big 12 & Pac-12 Upsets Shock Rankings

Posted on 15 Nov, 2015, by in College Football

After an eventful week 11, only five teams are left undefeated in the 2015 college football season: Ohio State, Clemson, Houston, Iowa and Oklahoma State. Oklahoma beating Baylor, Oregon winning at Stanford and Arizona shocking Utah hit the Big 12 and especially the Pac-12 hard when it comes to their college football playoffs rankings and hopes. More

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2015 NFL Season – Three Undefeated Teams Left After Week 9

Posted on 9 Nov, 2015, by in NFL

As we move into the second half of the 2015 NFL season and conclude with week 9, we’re left with just three undefeated teams: The Carolina Panthers, New England Patriots and Cincinnati Bengals, all at 8-0, as the Denver Broncos depart from this exclusive group. More

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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

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2015 NFL Season – Only Four Undefeated Teams Left After Week 9

Posted on 2 Nov, 2015, by in Featured, NFL

The list of undefeated teams is getting smaller. With the Green Bay Packers brushed aside, we’re left with the New England Patriots, Denver Broncos, Cincinnati Bengals and Carolina Panthers. More