Death To The BCS, And The Demand For A Better Playoff System

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With the seemingly counterintuitive, and geographically chaotic realignment of college conferences, it has been brought to the forefront of people’s minds how redundant the new playoff system is setting itself up to be. Several college football heavyweights, such as ESPN […]

Could Jimbo Fisher Uproot To Auburn?

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After four years, the Auburn Tigers pulled the plug on head coach Gene Chizik late last night, after losing to the No.2 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide, 49-0. While this move is creating a buzz today throughout the sports world, it’s […]

Will Colin Kaepernick Influence Nevada’s Recruiting?

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  As many know, Nevada Wolf Pack recruiting has been less than stellar so far, and with National Signing Day fast approaching in February, it’s time for head coach Chris Ault to go rogue with tactics. I discussed the effects […]

Barkley Injury Could Be Costly In Recruiting

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University of Southern California QB Matt Barkley left late in Saturday night’s loss at the Rose Bowl to the UCLA Bruins in a sling, and while early reports indicated a separated shoulder, no word on the extent of the injury […]

Matt Barkley, Johnny Unitas Award Finalists

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  The highly coveted Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award will be presented on December 7, 2012 in Baltimore, MD, and with the five finalists officially announced, it’s time to break them down. It’s no surprise that University of Southern California, […]

Analyzing The Mountain West’s Final Top Five

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  In the 2012 College Football offseason, we saw several conference re-alignments that all carried their share of uneasiness, and excitement for the fans, personnel, and players involved. One of those conferences with longstanding rivalries throughout the board from the […]

Jim Mora Driven To Solidify UCLA Success

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  Throughout the years, Los Angelenos got used to a simple statistic: The University of Southern California, Trojans were winners, while the University of California, Los Angeles, Bruins, were used to a less than .500 winning percentage under former head […]

Freshmen Proving To Be Strength For UCLA Bruins

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    In my previous article on the UCLA Bruins, I recapped why Jim Mora and the team were driven to success this season. From Mora being replaced by Pete Carroll at Seattle, to a cold welcome in Los Angeles […]

Trojans’ Defense Only Part Of USC’s Mounting Problems

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In 2010, the USC Trojans were slapped with detrimental sanctions, and in the midst of a never-ending media circus, a coaching overhaul was brewing. Several players transferred, but most rode out the storm in hopes that they would maintain contention […]

Walker’s Absence Could Be Critical For Kansas State Wildcats Defense

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The 8-0 Kansas State Wildcats will have to function without junior linebacker Tre Walker today against the 5-2, #24 BCS ranked Oklahoma State Cowboys. On Tuesday, the Kansas City Star cited Walker as “out indefinitely”, after suffering a season-ending knee injury […]

Texas Longhorn Struggles Key For Texas Tech Win

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Throughout the years, the Texas Tech Red Raiders have gone largely under the ranking radar. This is due to the overwhelming dominance this era by fellow Big 12 opponents. From the controversial days of Mike Leach, through the Tommy Tuberville […]