NCAA Football Report (Bowl Week 3)

The Bowl season is over and despite some great bowls the year ended in disappointment as the New Year’s Six were far from competitive games including the Semi-Finals.

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 (Bowl Week 3)

The Bowl season is quickly coming to a close with only one week left in the NCAA’s postseason. The postseason has gone through plenty in the past few weeks with big wins and some very close games. As the next week of the bowl season begins the competition will only get better as better and better teams face off. The rankings begin to play a factor in the next week as ranked teams become more common throughout the bowls.

NCAA Football Report (Week 14)

Week 14 in the NCAA is always a good one but it does not always have the drama that it would in 2012. The storylines were many in the final week where the championships would be determined. It is always a big week because it is the week where conference titles are determined and for many that is the biggest game they will play. The championship games for some teams are their biggest game as they will likely not make a BCS bowl and so the highlight of the year is to call themselves a conference champion.

NCAA Football Report (Bowl Week 4)

The NCAA Football season was finished about one month ago but that did not mean the NCAA was finished playing. The Bowl Season began and for the last four weeks the fans have seen some great games that have all led up to the BCS National Championship. Before the National Championship there were the BCS Bowl Series.

NCAA Football Report (Bowl Week 3)

The Bowl Season is almost done and that can only mean one thing as the BCS Bowls are on the horizon. The BCS Bowls feature the best of the best as they invite the teams they see as the best in the NCAA. There is always the controversy of picking the teams for the BCS Bowls as some teams could have been the better choice.

W2W: New Year’s Edition (Dec. 30-Jan. 2)

New Year’s Eve is upon on us provided yet another long weekend meaning more sports for everyone. After a busy last weekend this one will be almost as busy with a number of great events and games. Hockey is in full swing as the Spengler Cup and World Juniors are at the end of their tournament.

NCAA Football Report (Championship Week)

The NCAA Season is all but officially over as the conference championships have finished and the rankings are set. With only the Army-Navy game left on the schedule teams begin to get ready for their bowl games as all bowls have now been determined. Like almost everything this season in the NCAA it was not easy to decide the final rankings and determine the BCS Bowl Games.

BCS: The Great Debate

The Bowl Championship Series (BCS) Rankings are the biggest point of controversy every season in the NCAA as some love the Bowls and some despise them. The BCS is an evolution of the traditional college system. The system has not changed much since the first ever Rose Bowl in 1902 when the top ranked teams in the nation faced off on New Year’s Day.

NCAA Football Report (Week 7)

This week was a big week in the NCAA as the first BCS rankings came out and started the speculation over the National Title. The Bowl Championship Series Rankings are the true rankings in the NCAA as all other rankings have a much smaller impact on the National Championship Game. The BCS rankings are created by a computer calculation that includes the AP Poll, Coaches Poll, Team Record, and Strength of Schedule to determine who the best team in the Nation is.

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