NCAA Football Report (Week 1)

Another season is underway in the NCAA as schools got their New Year’s underway with many looking toward New Year’s Eve as their goal.

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History Made in More Ways than One

It was time to finally put an end to the 2014 NCAA Football Seasons as the National Championship would determine the best team in College Football for another year. Heading into Texas for the big game there were no shortage of storylines as the Ohio State Buckeyes and Oregon Ducks faced off. For one it was the first time that a champion would be determined after a playoff. Both the Ducks and the Buckeyes had played their way into the National Championship during the Semi-Finals on New Year’s Day.

2015 National Championship Preview

It has been the theme of the 2014 NCAA Football season, welcoming in the new and saying goodbye to the old. That has all surrounded the introduction of the College Football Playoff as the NCAA took its first step towards a more equal playing field. For a long time the champion was determined simply by rankings with the top team at the end of the year being announced as the National Champion. Then the NCAA changed to the BCS where the top two teams, based on rankings created by a computer equation, played one final game.

2015 College Football Playoff Preview

It is that time of the year as the Bowl Season is in full swing with the games only getting better in the lead up to the National Championship. Over the past few years it wasn’t until the new year when the big bowls took place that any of the top teams played. They were the BCS bowls and they led up to the National Championship where the two best teams in the country faced off. Things are done a little bit differently this time around though as the NCAA returned to the big six bowls. They brought back the Peach and Cotton Bowl to join the Fiesta, Orange, Sugar, and Rose Bowl.

NCAA Football Report (Week 15)

The time that everyone was waiting for in this season of the NCAA is finally here as the first ever playoff teams are in place. After rivalry week the top teams in the NCAA got one last chance to prove whether or not they belong in the College Football Playoff. Championship week was the last chance for teams to get a win on the season and take home a title that could help them make the top four in the College Football Rankings. The Top four in the rankings heading into the week needed to win ad those standing outside needed to win in impressive fashion to get into the top four.

NCAA Football Report (Week 14)

Rivalry Week in College Football is the biggest week of the season for every team as they take on their most hated rivals. The reason that this week is the biggest in college football is clear. When two major rivals clash anything can happen. A #1 team can lose to an unranked team because there is something else on the line during these games. The emotion of the game brings something out of both teams and sends them to a new level.

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 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 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 (Week 11)

The 11th week of the NCAA season would make some big waves in the season as top teams would have their biggest games of the season. Two of the top three teams in the BCS would have games against teams that have proven to be the thorns in their side. In two big conference games the Oregon Ducks and Alabama Crimson Tide would take on teams that could change their seasons. For the Ducks it was the Stanford Cardinal while the Tide would take on the LSU Tigers who have shown to be the thorns in the side for the Ducks and the Tide.

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