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Is College Football's Lightning Policy Too Restrictive?….NO

And based on such a small sample size, here's the first SEC Power Rankings, which will be a weekly feature throughout the season. 1. Texas A&M (1-0) — The most impressive SEC team of the week, which is why the Aggies are No. 1. They have the best 

The season's here, y'all, and you're busy watching college football through Labor Day.

Most teams kicked off their 2015 NCAA football season this past weekend. One that didn't is the one that figures to remain ranked atop the Associated Press and Amway polls. The Ohio State Buckeyes were No. 1 in the initial releases, and they'll be in

eapcontent.ap.orgOregon running back Royce Freeman (21) and Oregon offensive lineman Tyrell Crosby (73) celebrate after scoring a touchdown during the second quarter of an NCAA college football game against Eastern Washington Saturday, Sept.

Which freshmen stole the spotlight in Week 1 of the 2015 college football season? We highlight 10 first-year players and redshirts who came up big right out of the gate. Selections were based on stats, highlight plays and on-field impact, win or lose.

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Posted by - September 7, 2015 at 3:04 pm

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Seven more odd things you never knew about college football stadiums

The 2015 College Football season arrived. TBL writers are here to make predictions. They will probably link back to this, should one of these predictions miraculously come true.

Wisconsin's defense is typically stout, and its own run-heavy offense does not match up well against Alabama's front seven, the best in college football. 6. Louisville vs. Auburn Under 56.5: Betting an under involving two of the 

College football is back! We had two outstanding season openers on Thursday night. In the first game of the evening, Michigan fell to Utah, 24-17, spoiling Jim Harbaugh's head coaching debut. The late game saw No. 2 TCU 

Good morning! It's your wakeup roundup of college football stuff.

Hello, how are you? There's more college football tonight. There was some last night, and it was pretty good. This night might not be as good, but we do have two top-five teams on the road against state rival-ish things. Baylor at SMU might not

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Posted by - September 5, 2015 at 2:51 am

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College football is back. Here's a look at Thursday's TV schedule.

Because he is wearing a Nebraska football uniform, I understand he is not actually here for dastardly deed-doing. I know he's standing in front of a smoke machine because college football players stand in front of smoke 

College football has that early kickoff game, but it also returns from its offseason with a rowdy-ass weeklong fiesta between random teams at random times in random places. Whoever scheduled Week 1 realizes we aren't interested in reason and are

Preseason depth charts and over/under win total projections are toast once the games kick off, and what awaits us is the annual task of sorting through the messy glory that is a college football season. We will try not to overreact, but forgive us if

Former Michigan star and current ESPN analyst spoke to MnB about his alma mater and their chances against the Utah Utes, along with other college football topics.

Because he is wearing a Nebraska football uniform, I understand he is not actually here for dastardly deed-doing. I know he's standing in front of a smoke machine because college football players stand in front of smoke 

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Posted by - September 3, 2015 at 11:00 pm

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Next man up: College football's 10 biggest 2015 preseason injuries

Researchers at the University of Missouri have discovered that college football players are more likely to experience illness and injury during times of high academic stress, such as during midterms or finals. The link is even more pronounced among

Montana Upsets Top-Ranked North Dakota State In Bonkers College Football Kickoff. 65,628. 21 . Apropos of something, Colorado School of Mines has by far my favourite mascot in all of college sports. I have one of these 

Montana Upsets Top-Ranked North Dakota State In Bonkers College Football Kickoff. 65,628. 21 . Apropos of something, Colorado School of Mines has by far my favourite mascot in all of college sports. I have one of these 

You're a sophisticated Internet user, so you've probably visited www.google.com. You're also a sports fan, so you may have used that site to search for a football team's upcoming season schedule. When you do, Google 

FCS No. 12 Montana knocked off No.1 North Dakota State, the four-time defending champs, 38-35 on a last-second run to open college football season. After NDSU, leading 35-31, held fast for three downs in the red zone, Montana handed the ball to Joey 

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Posted by - August 30, 2015 at 6:03 pm

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College football's Week 1 winners and losers

Despite the 28-20 win, not a good omen when the competition gets tougher in the Pac-12. Florida State's title defense: Adjusting to being the hunted wasn't easy for the Seminoles, who were the one seeming preseason lock for the College Football Playoff.

Jameis Winston spent almost every weekend last season heading into the halftime locker room with a comfortable lead. So it must have been unfamiliar for Florida State's quarterback to end Saturday's first half against Oklahoma State with the outcome

The first college football Saturday of 2014 featured an abundance of highlight plays. Here is a roundup of some of the best: Jameis Winston made some amazing plays en route to winning the Heisman Trophy last season, but I don't think we've ever seen

Despite the 28-20 win, not a good omen when the competition gets tougher in the Pac-12. Florida State's title defense: Adjusting to being the hunted wasn't easy for the Seminoles, who were the one seeming preseason lock for the College Football Playoff.

After three days of prologue, the 2014 college football season kicks off in earnest Saturday morning. From 8:30 a.m. ET to well past midnight, 60 games will be televised from Dublin to Honolulu.

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Posted by - August 31, 2014 at 10:19 am

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