NCAA Football Report (Week 2)

Transfers have been the biggest story int he 2019 NCAA season so far and although there are plenty of criticisms it gives the players freedom that they have never had before as the prepare for the NFL.

NCAA Football Report (Week 1)

NCAA Week 1 can be the best and worst week of College football but for some teams it is a chance for them to step into the spotlight early.

NCAA Football Report (Week 1)

Week 1 in the NCAA was better than it ever was before as more teams took a risk in scheduling tough teams which didn’t pay-off for everyone.

NCAA Football Report (Week 14)

Championship weekend meant a lot more than conference titles as the playoff came down to the last week of the seaosn.

NCAA Football Report (Week 13)

Rivalry week provided little in the way of a major shake-up but that didn’t stop some big changes in coaching staffs throughout the NCAA.

NCAA Football Report (Week 12)

The Big 12 has a great battle between great teams but that doesn’t mean they will find the top four in the CFP rankings this year.

NCAA Football Report (Week 9)

The CFP rankings are about to come out and the debates are about to begin regarding who deserves a spot in the coveted top four.

NCAA Football Report (Week 8)

These are the weeks that can change an NCAA football season for good, although it doesn’t look like it from a first glance.

NCAA Football Report (Week 13)

NCAA Football is very proud of their great traditions and the great history that many of their school have. It seems like every week there is another story about another tradition from another school. Whether it is the gator chomp, the sign at Notre Dame, the rock at Clemson, or the T at Tennessee there are plenty of great traditions in college football. The traditions are not limited to certain teams though as Week 13 marked a significant part of the countdown towards the playoff.

NCAA Football Report (Week 1)

Week 1 in the NCAA season is typically one where the top teams get their chance to beat up on a Division-I FCS team. With no preseason teams generally take the first week as a chance to find a team that they can easily win against. That means that they can make a mistake in the game and not really pay too badly because the level of the other team is nowhere near as high. It is considered a warm up game for most and the NCAA teams used to take full advantage before they began their bigger schedules.

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