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Will the SEC Maintain Conference Dominance?

Posted on July 2nd 2017

For the greater part of the last decade the Southeastern Football Conference has dominated college football. In 2016, both the ACC, spearheaded by Clemson’s National Championship, and the Big 10, supported by Ohio State and a resurgent Michigan, gave the SEC a run for their money. But in the end, college fans saw a continuation… Read more »

Pre-Season Magazines Give Washington Proper Due

Posted on June 12th 2017

It’s June, and in College Football that means the Pre-Season magazines have hit the stands and excitement begins to build as the 2017 season opening weekend draws near. Athlon, Street & Smith, and Lindy’s are already secure in my office collection with more to come. As expected, Alabama and Ohio State are at or near the… Read more »

Alabama Maintains Healthy Lead Over Irish In All Time Rankings

Posted on May 13th 2017

The results for Billingsley’s All Time Rankings of the Top 106 College Football Programs has been updated. The Crimson Tide continued their quest to outdistance Notre Dame for the second year in a row. After taking the lead in 2014, Alabama has steadily pulled away, spearheaded by a National Championship in 2015 and a second place… Read more »

Seminoles Clash With Tide to Open 2017 Season

Posted on March 12th 2017

Florida State and Alabama, both projected to be consensus Top 5 teams will open their 2017 season with a much anticipated game in the Chick-fil-A kickoff September 2, 2017. The Crimson Tide, coming off a stunning loss to Clemson in the 2016 National Championship Game will be looking for revenge against another highly rated ACC… Read more »

Alabama expected to maintain lead in All Time Rankings

Posted on February 5th 2017

In spite of the Alabama loss to Clemson in the National Championship game, the Crimson Tide is expected to widen their lead over Notre Dame in Billingsley’s All Time Top Programs list. The Irish suffered another disappointing season and Alabama continues riding a 21st Century ratings bonanza that started under the leadership of Nick Saban…. Read more »

Clemson Shocks Alabama 35-31 to Claim 2016 National Championship

Posted on January 10th 2017

The naysayers, myself included, said it could not be done. Alabama was poised to become the greatest team in CFRC college football history. All week I repeatedly said the only way the Crimson Tide could lose would be to beat themselves. I stand corrected. I want to congratulate the Tiger Nation…..you did what I said… Read more »

Alabama and Clemson set for Championship Rematch

Posted on January 3rd 2017

The National Championship in College Football has been set. Alabama and Clemson both won their semi-final games in convincing fashion and will meet for the title on Monday, January 9th at 7PM CT. The Bowl season was marked with numerous upsets. The Orange Bowl and Rose Bowl provided the most thrilling games, both ending in… Read more »

Holiday Season Comes to Life as Bowl Games Begin December 17

Posted on December 15th 2016

New Mexico and Texas-San Antonio kickoff this year’s slate of Bowl Games on Saturday December 17. The Bowl Season of 41 games runs through the January 2 Sugar Bowl featuring Oklahoma and Auburn with the National Championship Game on January 9 completing the 2016 College Football season. For all the Bowl Game projections, follow these… Read more »

Army Ends Drought Against Navy in Stunning 21-17 Upset Win

Posted on December 11th 2016

The streak has finally ended. Army beat Navy for the first time since 2001, handing the favored Midshipmen only their 4th loss of the season and their second in a row. Navy lost the AAC Championship Game to Temple last week. The game also marked the end of a storied career in college football broadcasting… Read more »

Playoff Committee Results to Be Released 11AM CT Today

Posted on December 4th 2016

There is little suspense surrounding the announcement of the Top 4 teams this morning. All of the contenders won their championship games except idle Ohio State. The Buckeye’s position seems likely to hold even though the Buckeyes did not win a conference championship. Michigan, Penn State and Oklahoma will most likely garner conversation within the… Read more »