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The First Weekend in September Will Shape the 2016 College Football Season

The first full weekend of the season features several games between teams that figure to be in national championship contention
The First Weekend in September Will Shape the 2016 College Football Season

The beginning of the season is always a cause for celebration.

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Top 10 Group of Five Heisman Candidates for 2016

It's been 26 years since someone from outside of one of the current Power 5 conferences has won the Heisman
Top 10 Group of Five Heisman Candidates for 2016

Winning the Heisman Trophy isn't easy. So many things need to go right and fall into place. Preseason hype, team record, national exposure, highlights and actual on-field production all come into play.

 

Top 25 College Football Non-Conference Games of 2016

Stanford's visit to Notre Dame is just one of many intriguing non-conference matchups this fall
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Top 25 College Football Non-Conference Games of 2016

When the College Football Playoff was first announced, many believed that the use of a committee would help foster a host of high profile non-conference matchups in the sport. If you buy into that line of thinking, consider the 2016 season the fruit of that labor.

 

Podcast: Official 2016 Big 12 Football Preview

TCU, Ok-State look to challenge the Sooners crown in '16.
Podcast: Official 2016 Big 12 Football Preview

Braden Gall, David Fox and Mitch Light officially preview the Big 12 in 2016.

 

- First, expansion. The Big 12 needs to add four teams if it expands and we explain why and who those teams should be. Houston, Cincinnati, BYU, Boise State, UConn, UCF, USF, Memphis and more could all be options.

 

- Oklahoma is the pick to win the league but are they good enough to make the playoff? What are the Sooners weaknesses?

 

- Will Charlie Strong do enough to keep his job in Austin? Will the young roster develop fast enough?

Podcast: SEC Media Days Jam Session

Jones, Tennessee the overwhelming pick to win the SEC East.
Podcast: SEC Media Days Jam Session

Braden Gall and David Fox are back in Nashville after returning from SEC Media Days and a honeymoon respectively. We've got a complete breakdown as well official championship predictions from 23 of our closest friends.

 

- Was Dan Mullen the biggest loser from SEC Media Days in Hoover? Was Nick Saban out of line or right on point in his verbal match with PAAWWWLLL? Was Hugh Freeze prepared for tough questions?

 

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