Three full weeks have been completed in the college football season and we are starting to see the pretenders and contenders separate themselves. We saw UCLA lose to Fresno State after many thought they could contend for the Pac-12. We also saw Oklahoma survive a close game against Nebraska. Let's jump into some reactions! Alabama … Continue reading Reactions: Week 3
Oregon: That was impressive. The underDucks shock the Buckeyes on the road for their first-ever win versus Ohio State and become the newest first place team.Penn State: I expected Ball State to be more competitive. The Nittany Lions had other thoughts. Happy Valley welcomes 2-0 Auburn next Saturday.Rutgers: I think the Scarlet Knights are Big … Continue reading FBS/FCS Power Points Standings: Week 2
Week 2 has come and gone and we are starting to get a clear picture of who is a contender and who is a pretender. We only had two match ups between ranked teams but that does not mean we were lacking any action. The outcomes from these games will have lasting impacts on the … Continue reading Reactions: Week 2
I decided that each week I will make a handful of bold predictions in regards to the games each weekend. These could be scores, players performing well or poor, or anything in between. We have an overall solid slate of games in week 2 headlined by Oregon vs Ohio State and Iowa vs Iowa State. … Continue reading Week 2 Bold Predictions
College football season has officially begun and we made it through the first weekend of games. Many fans did not expect Illinois to beat Nebraska which has suddenly made Scott Frost's seat scorching hot. UCLA and Chip Kelly were able to get off to a hot start and will be looking to be a force … Continue reading Predicting the Biggest Story Lines of Week 1
#1 - Will Alabama Lose? Death, Taxes, etc. Alabama enters 2021 as the number 1 ranked team according to most polls, which should come as no surprise. After one of the most electrifying offensive seasons in college football history, the Tide look to repeat as Champions, though some things look different. Well, quite a few … Continue reading SEC Six Pack Preview
Sunday was a typical July day like many others. The world of college football had finished yet another week of summer workouts leading up to conditioning for an upcoming season. There were five power conferences with aspirations of making the college football playoff. When Monday morning came, the landscape was turned on it’s head with news of … Continue reading The Big 12 is Dissolving, What is Next for the Remaining Schools?
Introducing myself a little more, I grew up in a small town in Central Texas that plays six-man football, I’ve followed college and pro sports since I could read, and if I had to pick a favorite sport, it would be football, with baseball a close second. My dream in life is to use my … Continue reading The Walk-On Redshirts Add 5 Star Mason Riley Hines!
Last week we power ranked the Big Ten because I am a biased Ohio State fan but this week we are looking at the SEC. Nick Saban and Alabama are coming off another National Championship and are bringing back enough talent to repeat. Who are the likely challengers in the SEC? Will someone be able … Continue reading Power Ranking the SEC
News has been going around that the College Football Playoff will be expanding to 12 teams which I believe to be incredible for the sport. There is no secret that college football lacks parity and has made it harder for fans to enjoy the sport. In seven years, only 11 schools have made the playoffs. … Continue reading Projecting a 12 Team Playoff for 2021