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2019 Week 14 Preview

We are now in the final regular season week of college football. The only big upset of last week was Arizona State beating Oregon. There are still seven spots open in the conference championships, so there is still a ton

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Posted in 2019 Season, Football

2019 Week 4 Preview

Week 3 ended up having some excitement in it after all. Three ranked teams were upset. BYU continues to be an enigma while Maryland only scored 17 points in their loss to Temple. We get three ranked matchups this weekend,

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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

2018 Week 12 Preview

We are nearing the end of the college football regular season. Last week saw a couple of upsets, but not really any that caused major chaos. Alabama shut out Mississippi State and Clemson dealt with Boston College. We almost had

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Posted in 2018 Season, Football

2018 Week 7 Preview

Week 6 gave us an instant classic. The “Red River Shootout” lived up to its name as Texas edged out Oklahoma 48-45 on a FG with 9 seconds left. So I guess Texas is kind of back. LSU was beat

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Posted in 2018 Season, Football

2018 Week 3 Preview

Week two featured a couple major streaks being broken. First, Kansas snapped a 46-game road losing streak by beating Central Michigan. Next, Kentucky finally beat Florida, snapping a 31-year losing streak. Herm Edwards’ Arizona State team upset 15th-ranked Michigan State,

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Posted in 2018 Season, Football

2018 SEC Preview and Predictions

For the first time in the (albeit short) history of the College Football Playoff, two teams from the same conference played for it all. Alabama took down Georgia in an extremely entertaining national championship game. The Tide rolled in OT

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Posted in 2018 Season, Football
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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