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2019 Early Season Schedule Highlights

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More often than not the greatest games during a season occur in October and November as conference races heat up and national implications rise to the surface, but in every year, there are early season games that shape the landscape of those later important games. Here is my list of games played in the first… Read more »

Auburn Celebrates 35th Anniversary of 1983 Team

Posted on May 25th 2019

On Saturday June 1, players, members and staff of the Auburn Tigers will gather for the 35th reunion of the great 1983 War Eagle team that finished 11-1, won the SEC Championship, and the National Championship as awarded by the Billingsley Report. The Tiger’s only loss was an early season 20-7 decision to national powerhouse… Read more »

Alabama Continues Dominant Pace in All Time Top Programs

Posted on April 2nd 2019

All files have been updated in The Billingsley Encyclopedia, and results reveal that Clemson may have won the battle for the 2018 National Championship, but Alabama is winning the war. The Crimson Tide has continued to pull away from #2 Notre Dame as the Nations All Time Top College Football Program. Clemson jumped California and… Read more »

It’s Alabama and Clemson…..Again!

Posted on December 30th 2018

The college football fan base may be sick of these two teams, but if they are looking for a true national championship between the best two teams, it’s the right match, hands down, no questions asked. Both the Crimson Tide and the Tigers blew away their competition in semi-final matches at the Orange and Cotton… Read more »

Army Beats Navy 17-10 for 3rd Straight Win over Midshipmen

Posted on December 9th 2018

The 2018 Black Knights of the Hudson are in pretty good company…..historically speaking. Army beat Navy for the 3rd consecutive time Saturday for the first time since winning 5 straight from 1992-1996. In 2016 Army snapped a 14 game losing streak to Navy and hasn’t looked back since. Army dominated the game for 3 quarters… Read more »

Oklahoma and Ohio State Await Their Fate From CFP Committee

Posted on December 2nd 2018

It’s all over but the waiting. Reports state the College Football Playoff Committee met until 1:30 AM CST Sunday morning and will resume deliberations around 9AM CST to finalize the Top 4 teams selected for the playoff games. Oklahoma and Ohio State certainly did their jobs to qualify Saturday as the Sooners avenged their only… Read more »

Ohio State Makes Case for CFP as Buckeyes Demolish Michigan 62-39

Posted on November 25th 2018

The game was everything it was billed to be, and then some, as the Big Ten’s # 1 offense prevailed over the Big Ten’s #1 defense in spectacular fashion. Ohio State controlled the game from the onset, although Michigan positioned themselves within striking distance again and again until the 4th quarter. The College Football Playoff… Read more »

Minshew leads Washington State to 69-28 Rout of Arizona

Posted on November 18th 2018

There is power in the ‘stache. Gardner Minshew threw a Washington State record 7 touchdowns Saturday night as the Cougars demolished Arizona 69-28, moving to 10-1 on the 2018 season. The Heisman Trophy candidate completed 43 passes in 55 attempts for 473 yards in one of the nations best performances of the weekend. Speaking after… Read more »

Tennessee Shocks Kentucky 24-7

Posted on November 11th 2018

Kentucky is in the midst of one of the most impressive seasons since the Wildcats finished 9-3 in 1984, but they ran into an inspired Volunteer team in Neyland Stadium and fell 24-7. Tennessee dominated the game from the start, taking a 10-0 lead into halftime. The Volunteers have won 17 straight home games against… Read more »

Alabama Shuts out LSU 29-0 in Baton Rouge

Posted on November 4th 2018

If there were any doubts whatsoever as to the Nations best team, the Crimson Tide put all of the questions to rest Saturday night as Alabama steamrolled the Tigers 29-0 in front of a raucous Death Valley crowd and a national television audience. The LSU offense never got untracked as the Crimson Tide defense was… Read more »