2019 Week 3 Preview

Week three of the college football season looks to be the best weekend to do chores on Saturday. There are no ranked vs ranked matchups and not really any big games. Week two gave us some great games including LSU’s

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2019 Week 2 Preview

Week 1 was pretty interesting. While the top teams in the SEC did well, the bottom half struggled. Tennessee lost to Georgia State, Missouri lost to Wyoming, Ole Miss lost to Memphis and South Carolina blew a lead to North

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2019 Week 1 Preview

Week 1 here we go! We actually got two very exciting games in Week 0 to make everyone feel like football was really back. We only have one ranked matchup this weekend but that means there is potential for upsets.

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2019 SEC Preview

The SEC ego is a bit bruised after last year’s National Championship game. The conference as a whole is not as competitive as it was 5 or so years ago and the gap between the top few teams and the

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2019 Preseason Predictions

College football is finally back! The Alabama/Clemson saga seems to be poised to continue for what seems like the 10th year in a row. Clemson has been ranked #1 in the preseason AP poll for the first time in program

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2018 Bowl Previews and Recaps

This was a weird season of college football. In my opinion, it left room for improvement. I also think the bowl matchups are a bit sub-par. Hopefully the games will prove me wrong. I am very much looking forward to

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2018 Conference Championship Preview

The season goes by faster every year. Except for a few make-up games, the regular season ended last weekend. For the first time ever, all 10 conferences will play a conference championship game this weekend. Everything will be decided by

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CFP Top 25

1. LSU
2. Ohio State
3. Clemson
4. Georgia

5. Alabama
6. Oregon
7. Utah
8. Penn State
9. Oklahoma
10. Minnesota
11. Florida
12. Wisconsin
13. Michigan
14. Baylor
15. Auburn
16. Notre Dame
17. Iowa
18. Memphis
19. Cincinnati
20. Boise State
21. Oklahoma State
*22. Iowa State
*23. USC
24. Appalachian State
*25. SMU

*New Team

Dropped Out: 19Texas, 23Navy, 24Kansas State

AP Top 25

1. LSU (10-0,6-0)
2. Ohio State (10-0,7-0)
3. Clemson (11-0,8-0)
4. Georgia (9-1,6-1)
5. Alabama (9-1,6-1)
6. Oregon (9-1,6-1)
7. Utah (9-1,6-1)
8. Oklahoma (9-1,6-1)
9. Penn State (8-1,5-1)
10. Florida (9-2,6-2)
11. Minnesota (9-1,6-1)
12. Michigan (8-2,5-2)
13. Baylor (9-1,6-1)
14. Wisconsin (8-2,5-2)
15. Notre Dame (8-2)
16. Auburn (7-3,4-3)
17. Cincinnati (9-1,6-0)
18. Memphis (9-1,5-1)
19. Iowa (7-3,4-3)
20. Boise State (9-1,6-0)
21. SMU (9-1,5-1)
22. Oklahoma State (7-3,4-3)
*23. Appalachian State (9-1,5-1)
*24. Texas A&M (7-3,4-2)
*25. Virginia Tech (7-3,4-2)

Dropped Out: 21Navy (7-2,5-2), 22Texas (6-4,4-3), 24Indiana (7-3,4-3)

*New Team

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