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Athlon's 2011 College Football All-America Team

Baylor's Robert Griffin headlines Athlon's 2011 All-America team.
<p> Athlon wraps up the regular season with a look at its 2011 All-America team.</p>

Putting together an All-America team is never easy and that’s certainly the case in 2011. Several players didn’t make the cut on Athlon’s All-America team, but that doesn’t take anything away from the season they had.

On defense, sorting out the best of the best in the linebacking corps and in the secondary was difficult. On the other side of the ball, Oklahoma State’s Justin Blackmon was an easy selection at one receiver spot, but the other was a close call between Western Michigan’s Jordan White, USC’s Robert Woods and Baylor’s Kendall Wright.

A Very Early College Football Top 25 for 2012

If Matt Barkley returns, USC could be the No. 1 team in 2012.
<p> It's never too early to start thinking about 2012. Athlon takes a look at a very early top 25 for next season.</p>

By Steven Lassan (@AthlonSteven on Twitter)

(Published December 8th, 2011) Click here to view Athlon's updated top 25 for 2012.

Ranking All 35 College Football Bowls: From Must-See to Must-Miss

Athlon ranks all of the matchups from the must-see to the ones you can avoid.
<p> Which bowls should you tune into? Athlon ranks and previews all of the matchups from the must-see to the ones you can avoid.</p>

By Steven Lassan (@AthlonSteven on Twitter)

Which bowls should you tune into? Athlon ranks and previews all of the matchups from the must-see to the ones you can avoid.

Bowl Projections: Post-Week 13

With win over Oklahoma on Saturday, the Cowboys will clinch a spot in the Fiesta Bowl.
<p> With 13 weeks down, here's a look at how teams stack up for the postseason.</p>

By Steven Lassan (@AthlonSteven on Twitter)

With 13 weeks in the book, it's time to take a look at how teams project to the postseason. There's going to be a lot of changes over the next couple of weeks, especially as teams battle just to get to six wins. 

Bowl Projections: Post-Week 12

Michigan is moving closer to earning an at-large spot in a BCS bowl.
<p> With 12 weeks down, here's a look at how teams stack up for the postseason.</p>

By Steven Lassan (@AthlonSteven on Twitter)

With 12 weeks in the book, it's time to take a look at how teams project to the postseason. There's going to be a lot of changes over the next couple of weeks, especially as teams battle just to get to six wins. 

Week 12 College Football Winners and Losers

Robert Griffin led Baylor to its first victory over Oklahoma in school history.
<p> Athlon recaps Week 12 of the college football season and takes a look ahead to Week 13.</p>

By Steven Lassan (@AthlonSteven on Twitter)

Athlon sums up a full slate of college football with the most important things to take away from this weekend.

Winners

Bowl Projections: Post-Week 11

Washington has lost three out of its last four games.
<p> With 11 weeks down, here's a look at how teams stack up for the postseason.</p>

By Steven Lassan (@AthlonSteven on Twitter)

With 11 weeks in the book, it's time to take a look at how teams project to the postseason. There's going to be a lot of changes over the next couple of weeks, especially as teams battle just to get to six wins. 

Bowl Projections: Post-Week 10

Virginia Tech can inch closer to the ACC Coastal title with a win over Georgia Tech on Thursday night.
<p> With 10 weeks down, here's a look at how teams stack up for the postseason.</p>

By Steven Lassan (@AthlonSteven on Twitter)

With 10 weeks in the book, it's time to take a look at how teams project to the postseason. There's going to be a lot of changes over the next couple of weeks, especially as teams battle just to get to six wins. 

Bowl Projections: Post-Week 9

Where do teams stack up for the postseason after nine weeks?
<p> With nine weeks down, here's a look at how teams stack up for the postseason.</p>

By Steven Lassan (@AthlonSteven on Twitter)

With nine weeks in the book, it's time to take a look at how teams project to the postseason. There's going to be a lot of changes over the next couple of weeks, especially as teams battle just to get to six wins. 

College Football Realignment and Expansion Update

Missouri is still deciding whether or not it will join the SEC.
<p> Realignment and expansion has dominated the headlines this season. Where do things stand for each conference?</p>

By Steven Lassan (@AthlonSteven on Twitter)

As we hit the midpoint of the college football season, it's time to take a conference-by-conference look at where things stand in realignment/expansion. 

ACC

Added: Pittsburgh, Syracuse
Lost: None

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