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Rant Sports College Football Top 100: No. 54 Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns
The Rant Sports 100 in 100 series continues the countdown to college football with No. 54, the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns. In head coach Mark Hudspeth‘s first two seasons, the team became the first in school history to reach nine wins […]
Tulane vs. Louisiana-Lafayette 2013 New Orleans Bowl Preview With TV Schedule
Starting the season with a 6-2 record wasn’t enough for the Tulane Green Wave to use the momentum and translate it into a two-loss or three-loss season. The Green Wave processed to lose three of their final four games of […]
NCAA College Football Preview: L.A.-Monroe vs. Baylor
The term “trap game” is used so often I sometimes expect the “T” to erode away any day now. However, the L.A.-Monroe Warhawks are indeed a very dangerous opponent for the 20th-ranked Baylor Bears, and they are the closest thing […]
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Rant Sports College Football Top 100: No. 71 Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
The Western Kentucky Hilltoppers check in at No. 71 in our Rant Sports 100 in 100 College Football Previews, and it will be a season of change in Bowling Green. Most notably, Bobby Petrino, the former head coach of the […]
Texas State Football: How Will The 2013 Bobcats Fare In 2013?
The Texas State Bobcats have recently transitioned into a Football Bowl Subdivision team and 2012 was their first year as an FBS member. The Bobcats went 4-8 last year and saw the difference in competition, but there were good signs for […]
NCAA Committee Proposes Rule Changes
The NCAA released a statement on Wednesday that announced proposed rule changes for college football. Apparently the committee met earlier in the week and came up with several new rules. Most notable was the new rule proposing to keep student-athletes safe by ejecting […]
Bryan Harsin Hopes to Turn Around Arkansas State
Bryan Harsin is taking over an Arkansas State program that has never quite been able to find an identity. Whether it be with head coaches viewing the program as a stepping-stone to a better situation, or a lack of identity, […]
Let’s Limit The Number Of Bowls So They Mean Something
College football used to be about tradition. You would watch the big bowl games with your family, on the same day, the same time, each year. No longer is that the case and we’ve got to change that. Not just […]
Little Caesar’s Pizza Bowl Should Be a Running Back Battle
The Central Michigan Chippewas (6-6) take on the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (7-5) this evening in the Little Caesar’s Pizza Bowl at the home of the NFL‘s Detroit Lions, Ford Field. A team in flux and awaiting the arrival of […]
Should Locations of Bowl Games Be Kept More Neutral?
The UL Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns defeated the East Carolina Pirates 34-43 today in the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl. Offense was on display as both schools set a bowl record for first half points scored, and both finished with high […]