NCAA Football Report (Week 4)

The NCAA would see possibly one of the worst weeks of football in recent memory as it seemed that the entire league had taken a week off. The top teams in the league would take on some much lesser talent and smaller schools. It is something that happens often as head coaches are allowed to schedule their own games and pick a few weak teams to go against.

NCAA Football Report (Week 3)

The NCAA regularly has behemoths in the league that come out at the beginning of the season and look unbeatable. Some of these teams will even extend this winning tradition into years of dominance. This has happened to the Alabama Crimson Tide under Nick Saban who has become the best Alabama coach since Bear Bryant.

NCAA Football Report (Week 2)

The NCAA is another week in and there were more surprises as there always are in the NCAA from week to week. More teams would make their mark on the season while players would show what they were made of. Some players would move up the Heisman rankings while others would fall out of sight. With all of the action this week one game stood out as something special though as the Notre Dame and Michigan Game highlighted the day.

NCAA Football Report (Week 1)

The College Football season would open this past weekend with plenty of hype as teams began their quest towards the National Championship. As teams started their sprint to the bowl season there was plenty to talk about. Teams that should win and how good they would be along with teams that should lose but may surprise some people.

NCAA Football Report (Week 6)

The NCAA season is coming close to the midway point which means that the BCS rankings are just around the corner. Games become more important with every week as the next loss could put a team too far back to recover and push their way back to the top and into the national title picture. As each games get more important the games also get much better with conference play heating up and some teams unable to avoid some of the best teams.

NCAA Football Report (Week 5)

The NCAA is a league that prides itself on providing top tier education to athletes from a number of sports. The two biggest sports in the NCAA are basketball and football and one big reason for this is the fact that these sports are the training ground for future professional athletes. The fun of watching these sports is to see the development of young talent as they do their best to make the professional leagues.

NCAA Football Report (Week 4)

The NCAA has come under some major fire over the years for the way they determine champions. Since 1997 the NCAA Division I-FBS has used the BCS system to determine the top two teams in the league who would then face off in the National Championship. The debate has raged on since the BCS was established as to how accurate the rankings are.

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 2)

The NCAA season is still young and so the matchups are still a bit of a joke as teams continue to face weak teams. The top teams continue along their path of warm-up games before they are forced to play their tougher competition. For these teams it is a type of exhibition for the season as they do not have exhibitions to warm the teams up to game speed. There are always risks with this though as any game at any time can go completely sideways and the best teams can lose.

NCAA Football Report (Week 1)

The NCAA season has officially kicked off with the first week of the season to a lot of excitement. It is the type of excitement that is only reserved for the beginning of seasons and the NCAA season fits the profile for many. Except the NCAA season also has one of the biggest let downs of any league both professional and amateur.

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