NCAA Football Report (Week 3)

The NCAA season is in full swing and once again the debate about conferences is starting up with some conferences trying to get back to relevance this year.

NCAA Football Report (Week 11)

As teams battle for their playoff spots each conference is looking to represent their style as the final few weeks are here and styles are making the battles that much more interesting.

NCAA Football Report (Week 3)

The NCAA Football season continues to be a battle on multiple levels and the way things are starting this year a few conferences could be losing the early battle between conferences.

NCAA Football Report (Week 3)

Conference play is underway in the NCAA and important games are only adding up with plenty of conferences having plenty of teams in the mix making their conference schedule that much more important.

2016 NCAA Football Preview

The NCAA Football Season is about to begin and for another year the pursuit of the playoff begins with three dominant conferences all looking to remain on the top in this new era.

NCAA Football Report (Week 3)

This week of games was a bit of good and a bit of bad and again saw a lot of boring games until the night. With Notre Dame and Stanford both going into the spotlight expected to lose in the night games the roles were reversed. The Irish beat their rivals the Michigan State Spartans who were ranked 10 spots ahead of them and the Cardinal beat the second best team in the nation in the USC Trojans.

NCAA Football Report (Week 3)

The NCAA had been pure offence in the first two weeks with some defences that were supposed to be great this year suffered. Notre Dame was supposed to have one of the better defences but were torn through by Michigan’s Denard Robinson. TCU was also in one of the biggest surprises this year as they were again supposed to be one of the best defences in the nation. This was tested in their first game as they faced a young superstar in Robert Griffin III and the Baylor Bears. Week 3 reversed this trend as two of the best teams in the nation showed that defence is still one of the best ways to win a game.

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