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Alabama Passes Michigan, Continues March on Notre Dame

Posted on July 20th 2014

In 2012, for the first time in the 44 year history of the College Football Research Center, the Michigan Wolverines were not the #2 All-Time Top Program in the Billingsley Report. On the strength of 3 National Championships in the last 5 years the Alabama Crimson Tide surged slightly ahead of Michigan last season. In… Read more »

Will parity spell trouble for the MAC?

Posted on July 11th 2014

Six teams, three from each division, will battle for the MAC crown in 2014, with little room separating all six. Bowling Green appears to be a slight favorite, but the Falcons will encounter still competition from within the East Division from Ohio and Buffalo. In the West a very close race is expected between Northern… Read more »

Is Marshall Poised For Perfection?

Posted on July 10th 2014

The battle for supremacy in Conference USA appears to be a five team race between Marshall and Middle Tennessee in the East and Rice, Texas-San Antonio, and North Texas in the West. The Billingsley projection shows Marshall favored in every game, which will include key games (both at home) against Middle Tennessee and Rice. A… Read more »

Can La. Lafayette Bring Sun Belt to National Prominence?

Posted on July 9th 2014

The Ragin’ Cajuns are loaded and ready to explode onto the National scene. Billingsley’s 2014 Preseason projections find Louisiana Lafayette finishing the season 10-2 with a national ranking closing in on the Top 25 at #27. Losses are projected to be at the hands of Ole Miss on September 13 and Boise State on September… Read more »

College Playoff Announces Ranking Dates

Posted on June 19th 2014

Bill Hancock, Executive Director of the new College Football Playoff announced the rankings dates to release the Top 25 college football teams as seeded by the new Selection Committee. The first release will be announced on Tuesday, October 28, 2014. The Tuesday date is somewhat a throwback to the Golden Age of college football in… Read more »