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College football’s Week 2 winners and losers

College football’s Week 2 winners and losers

Notre Dame Fighting Irish quarterback Everett Golson (5) throws a pass opposite a Michigan Wolverines during Notre Dame Stadium.(Photo: Brian Spurlock, USA TODAY Sports) With a approach Notre Dame dominated Michigan in a 31-0 win Saturday, we have to consternation since a Irish motionless to finish this series. Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson was superb […]

The Good Listener: Where Are All The Great Songs About Football?

The Good Listener: Where Are All The Great Songs About Football?

We get a lot of mail during NPR Music, and alongside a pressed Pikachu a distance of an ottoman is a slew of intelligent questions about how strain fits into a lives — and, this week, thoughts on strain to accompany a new football season. Joe writes around email: “While drafting a anticipation football teams […]

Questions of Bracket Biases After a USC Leader’s Outburst

Questions of Bracket Biases After a USC Leader’s Outburst

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Amway College Football Poll 2014: Complete Week 3 Rankings Released

Amway College Football Poll 2014: Complete Week 3 Rankings Released

We schooled a lot about a series of teams in an sparkling Week 2 of a college football season, and a changes have been reflected in a latest polls.      Three ranked teams mislaid on Saturday, dual of that fell to others in a Top 25. Of course, things could have been many worse, as a […]

What happened Saturday, Sept. 7 in college football: Scores and more

What happened Saturday, Sept. 7 in college football: Scores and more

1. Oregon’s in a Playoff driver’s seat. by Jason Kirk If a College Football Playoff kicked off tomorrow, a Ducks would horde a No. 4 group in a Rose Bowl semifinal. The biggest diversion of September, a biggest non-conference diversion of a year, and a ultimate strife of complicated college football schemes lived adult to […]

College Football Rewind: It’s Groundhog Day again for Big Ten

College Football Rewind: It’s Groundhog Day again for Big Ten

The Big Ten’s marquee teams did not have an easy go of it in Week 2. (Getty) Welcome behind to College Football Rewind. This is your initial demeanour behind during what happened any week and what it means relocating forward. Every Saturday night, we will investigate a week’s games and a always colorful universe of […]

The Front Seven: Saturday’s tip college football games

The Front Seven: Saturday’s tip college football games

Michigan State Spartans quarterback Connor Cook (18) celebrates a win after a diversion during Spartan Stadium. MSU won 45-7.(Photo: Mike Carter, USA TODAY Sports) The Front Seven wants to go to a conduct of a class. 1. Head-to-head: Despite a early chain on a schedule, a marquee strife between No. 4 Oregon and No. 6 […]

How schools hoop serious continue during football games

How schools hoop serious continue during football games

Zeeland(Photo: Alex Shabad) ZEELAND, Mich. (WZZM) — WZZM 13 is looking into what happens when serious continue hits during a high propagandize football game. At Zeeland stadium, one of a biggest football games of a year happens on Friday night. Often a biggest rivalries are a ones closest to home. On Friday night, Zeeland East […]

Fantasy Football: Week 1 Player Picks

Fantasy Football: Week 1 Player Picks

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Arizona Wildcats prevent misfortune pass of college football season

Arizona Wildcats prevent misfortune pass of college football season

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