NCAA Football Report (Week 9)

It is that time of year as the college teams wait patiently to find out where they truly stand on the national stage. With only 7 weeks left in the regular season the playoff is fast approaching for the first time ever. The College Football Playoff is the biggest story of the year as for the first time ever the champion will be determined through a playoff. The top four teams in the final rankings will enter into a two round playoff where major bowls will serve as the semi-finals and the National Championship Game will determine the next College Football champion.

NCAA Football Report (Week 5)

The NCAA Football season marches on into October where games get more important with the playoff rankings around the corner. On October 28th the first ever playoff rankings will be released meaning that teams have four more weeks to make an impression and at least put themselves in the running for a playoff spot. That doesn’t necessarily mean that teams will need to earn a top 4 spot as it only really means they have to put themselves in a position to get in the top four at the end of the season. As October arrives teams look to the heart of their season as the first month for many of the top teams was full of good but not great teams.

NCAA Football Report (Week 4)

Once again the sports world is under a microscope and it never seems to come to an end with leagues continuing to deal with off-field issues. The MLB had their issues with Ron Washington while the NFL continues to put out fires constantly. The NCAA is no stranger to controversy as they have been one of the leagues that has dealt with more controversy than most. They have seemingly never seen an end to this controversy with boosters providing illegal compensation and players getting into trouble.

2014 Heisman Trophy Preview

The Heisman Trophy is fast becoming the most unpredictable award in sports as three straight years have seen surprise winners. In 2011 the award was Andrew Luck’s to lose after finishing second the year before to Cam Newton. Then out of nowhere a quarterback from Baylor took the league by storm. Robert Griffin had an amazing 2011 season and put Baylor on the map after winning the school’s first ever Heisman. In 2012 it was all about Matt Barkley carrying on the legacy of Heisman winners at USC but a bad season had him fall off the map.

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