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Oklahoma State Robbed, Alabama Shines, Utah Escapes, Arkansas Outlasts

Posted on September 11th 2016

A critical error on the part of the officiating crew allowed Central Michigan an untimed down, which miraculously produced a touchdown and a stunning 30-27 win over the Cowboys in Stillwater Saturday afternoon. No word on whether the officiating crew will be suspended for their inexcusable gaffe. Unfortunately NCAA rules clearly state the outcome of… Read more »

From Feast to Famine….weekend slate slim in comparison to opening.

Posted on September 8th 2016

Over the years we have certainly learned that every game is important in college football. A single loss can mean the difference in an invitation to the playoff, but it’s hard to get as pumped up for a weaker opponent, and we have our share of snoozers this weekend. But, there are a few exceptions…. Read more »

Seminoles Stunning Comeback Vaults Florida State to #1 in Billingsley Report

Posted on September 6th 2016

In the first half it looked like another Top 5 team would bite the dust as Ole Miss dominated Florida State offensively and defensively. But the Seminoles regrouped, settled into their routine, and ran their game plan to perfection in the second half en-route to a 45-34 win over Mississippi in Orlando. The game capped… Read more »

Full Slate of Holiday Weekend Games Start Season Off With A Bang

Posted on August 31st 2016

Although the 2016 season officially kicked off in Sydney, Australia last Friday with Cal outlasting Hawaii 51-31, this weekend carries the anticipation of the full season getting underway. Much has been written about this being the greatest opening weekend in college football history, and while that statement is up for debate, there is no question… Read more »

Golden Bears Top Hawaii 51-31 to Begin 2016 Season

Posted on August 27th 2016

Hawaii matched California point for point early in the first quarter, but the Golden Bear’s offense proved too much for the Warriors in the second half and California came away with a 51-31 victory. The game opened the 2016 college football season and was played in Sydney, Australia. The lone game in week one made… Read more »

Crimson Tide in Familiar Spot for SEC Race

Posted on August 11th 2016

Alabama is picked to win the SEC for the third straight year and if the Crimson Tide prevail, it will be their 4th SEC title in 5 years, a feat not achieved in Tuscaloosa since the Bryant years. Experience at QB is lacking and Alabama lost a lot of talent, but under Nick Saban, the… Read more »

Parity in PAC 12 may spell doom in CFP

Posted on August 7th 2016

During the championship era of college football, 16 years of the BCS (1998-2013) and 2 years of the CFP (2014-2015), the PAC 12 placed 4 teams in the championship game. Southern Cal sent undefeated teams in 2003 and 2004, beating Oklahoma 55-19 and losing a classic heart breaker to Texas 41-38, and in 2010 undefeated… Read more »

Expansion? Big 12 Could Make Big Splash…..If they Have The Foresight

Posted on July 30th 2016

After months of speculation that the conference would expand, the Big 12 made an announcement in June that expansion was a “dead issue”.  In July they did an about face and announced expansion was not only on the table, but they would like to announce the expansion teams before September 1. At this point I’m… Read more »

J. T. Barrett Gives Buckeyes Edge in Big 10 Race

Posted on July 27th 2016

The race for the Big 10 Conference crown is more wide open than we have seen in many years. With the resurgence at Michigan, consistency at Michigan State and surprise success at Iowa, the Big 10 is looking very competitive in 2016. Although the Buckeyes lost a ton of talent and return only 3 starters… Read more »

Seminoles and Tigers Vie for Playoff Berth from ACC

Posted on July 14th 2016

Florida State and Clemson are set to duel for a spot as one of football’s elite participants in the College Football Playoff for 2016. Both teams compete in the Atlantic Division, but either would heavily favored over any team coming out of the ACC’s Coastal Division. Offensively Florida State is in solid hands. Sean Maquire… Read more »