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College Football’s Week 1 Orientation

Tweet Delving into the first week of college football and what the crystal ball holds for Texas A&M after they poached John Chavis from LSU. Plus, breaking down the potential of Ohio State’s quarterback triumvirate and how Urban Meyers’ QB riches correlates to the plot of ‘Z For Zachariah‘. Tweet

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Urban Meyer Thrusts A Harpoon Into The Heart of the SEC

Tweet The collective coaching IQs on the field for the second of two New Years Day national semifinals made Ohio State and Alabama seem like a meeting of the world’s greatest mathematicians at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Ohio State offensive coordinator Tom Herman, the 2014 Broyles Award winner as the nation’s top assistant vs. his Alabama counterpart Lane Kiffin, another 2014 Broyles [&hellip

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Rushing The Field Week 2: The (lower-case)U., USC’s Defensive Woes And UCLA’s Rise

Tweet College football’s second weekend was eerily void of marquee matchups. UCLA and Arizona have been rewarded for their risk-taking with rankings in the Top 25 while Nebraska and Oklahoma State were exposed but not a single game featured a pair of teams that entered the weekend undefeated. One of the cringeworthy comedies in recent memory was 2010’s Dinner With [&hellip

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Rushing The Field: New Faces, Same Places And SEC Domination

Tweet 1. West Virginia’s Offensive Explosion Continues Despite contributions from quarterbacks Major Harris, Pat White and Geno Smith in addition to Bobby Bowden and Rich Rodriguez over the past half-century, No. 9 West Virginia remains the winningest football program without a national championship. However, 2012 may be their only shot at winning at a national championship and it’s the final [&hellip

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Gus Malzahn’s Awkward Hog Dance

Tweet Gus Malzahn has slowly risen up the college football ranks from his days winning national championships at Arkansas’ Springfield High School to his prolific offenses at Tulsa, Arkansas and Auburn. It was a slow rise, but Malzahn has been doing this so long that he’s still only 46. In December, Malzahn made the leap back into the  head coaching [&hellip

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