NCAA Football Report (Week 4)

The Big Ten conference is returning to relevance and it is all thanks to the guys on the sidelines especially one of them who is continually overlooked when talking about the great coaches in the Big Ten.

2015 NCAA Football Preview: 5 Stories to Watch

NCAA football seems in no danger of slowing down as every new season brings a new hope for teams and a bigger fan base.

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.

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