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2019 Week 10 Preview

Week nine gave us some major upsets. The biggest of them all was Kansas State’s win over previously undefeated fifth-ranked Oklahoma. Actually, all three of the ranked Big 12 teams that played last week were beaten by unranked teams. Baylor

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Posted in 2019 Season, Football

2019 Week 8 Preview

Week 8, here we come! The biggest takeaway from week seven was South Carolina’s huge upset win over third ranked Georgia between the hedges. LSU was able to run away from Florida and show they are a real contender this

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Posted in 2019 Season, Football

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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Posted in 2019 Season, Football

2017 Week 4 Preview

Week 3 brought us some major upsets. The biggest being Mississippi State’s complete handling of LSU. Stanford fell to San Diego State, UCLA lost to Memphis, Vanderbilt beat Kansas State. Florida used a last-second hail mary to shock Tennessee, and

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Posted in 2017 Season, Football

Week 7 Preview

This season is going by way too fast! We are already into week 7. There were a couple of really interesting games last weekend. Tennessee’s magic seemed to wear out, but not before their comeback and making it to 2OT

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Posted in 2016 Season, Football

Week 6 Preview

Week 5 brought us a lot of upsets. It also gave us three top ten matchups, two of which were extremely competitive. Washington showed us they are the real deal and so did Clemson. Tennessee somehow beat Georgia with a

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Posted in 2016 Season, Football

Week 1 Preview

It’s finally football season! Thursday begins the so-called “best opening weekend ever” for college football. (In my opinion, every opening weekend is the best ever because that means it’s football season again.) There are four games that feature two top-25

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Posted in 2016 Season, Football
CFP Top 25

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

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

*New Team

Dropped Out: 19Wake Forest, 25SMU

AP Top 25

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

Dropped Out: 20Kansas State (6-3,3-3), 22Wake Forest (7-2,3-2), 24San Diego State (7-2,4-2)

*New Team

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