NCAA Football Report (Week 6)

It happens every year in College Football that one week of games turns the entire league on its head. Nobody knows when it is going to come but everyone knows that it is going to come at some point in time. That is what makes the NCAA so exciting when it comes down to it as every week people are watching to see what can happen. That has only become truer in this new era of College Football where every team seems to be getting closer and closer. It is becoming increasingly tougher for teams to remain undefeated in the season and a 1-loss champion is no longer unheard of.

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.

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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