NCAA Football Report (Week 14)

The NCAA always winds down with one of the most exciting weeks of the season simply known as Rivalry Week. This week of games is one of the most unpredictable and exciting weeks of the season and for many teams it is the last game of the year. The week features some of the oldest and most storied rivalries in football and with that history attached to the games there is a lot at stake for every team.

NCAA Football Report (Week 12)

With only a few weeks left in the season the fight for the National Championship and the BCS Bowls is heating up. As usual one loss in the next few weeks is sure to end any hopes of entering a BCS Bowl or the National Championship. There is a lot more to these games though as the bowls are not the only reward for continuing to win games. The BCS Rankings are a very important part to the season as they determine many of the bowl games that teams are involved in but they are not the only thing teams are fighting for.

NCAA Football Report (Rivalry Week)

Rivalry games have been around every single sport whether it be professional football, hockey, baseball, or even amateur sports. They can be a result of a storied history between the two clubs like the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers rivalry in the NFL. They can come as a result of a recent playing history of very important games like the Chicago Blackhawks and Vancouver Canucks in the NHL. They can also come as a result of two cities hate for each other like the New York and Boston rivalry that exists in every sport

What 2 Watch (Nov. 25-27)

This weekend in sports is not full of games but the games that are this weekend are big ones. The Canadian Football world is finishing up this weekend with both championship games this weekend. The 47th Vanier Cup kicks things off on Friday while the 99th Grey Cup ends the Canadian Football weekend.

NCAA Football Report (Week 4)

The craziest fans in the NCAA are generally located in the South and this has come to great focus in the past years. With the multiple conferences in the NCAA there is always a debate as to who has the best conference. The answer has all but been answered in the past few years as the South Eastern Conference (SEC) has boasted some of the best teams in the NCAA. Since the establishment of the BCS National Championship in 1998 the SEC has had 7 of the 12 winners including the past five champions. This seems to be continuing in 2011 as Oklahoma was knocked off of their top spot by the LSU Tigers out of the SEC.

NCAA Football Report (Week 2)

The NCAA is in the swing of things as they entered week 2 and many teams began playing their real schedules after their warm-up games. Some teams began their conferences schedules while others took on some big rivals as they all continue towards the #1 spot. Oklahoma Continues to have a hold on the #1 spot as LSU and Alabama battle for the #2 spot. Meanwhile Boise State and Florida State remain in the top five while Stanford is just on the outside led by Heisman favorite Andrew Luck. With some of these teams in action the movement at the top of the Top 25 was relatively low. One major aspect of the NCAA this year is the emergence of new QBs in some major programs.

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