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College Football Post-Week 8 Bowl Projections

Athlon runs down the bowl projections following the Week 8 action.
<p> College Football Post-Week 8 Bowl Projections</p>

College football's bowl season is inching closer, but it's never too early to take a look at what the matchups might look like. With eight weeks of results in the books, it's still too early to make long-term projections about teams. 

The post-Week 8 bowl projections are a mixture between preseason projections, how things would look if the season ended today, and a dose of the results so far this year. Expect more changes over the next few weeks. 

College Football Post-Week 7 Award Watch

Notre Dame's Manti Te'o remains in lead for national honors
<p> College Football Post-Week 7 Award Watch</p>

The Heisman Trophy isn’t the only award worth watching on a weekly basis. The Lombardi, Outland, Davey O’Brien and Biletnikoff races are all worth watching and debating as the season goes along.

Throughout the season, we’ll keep an eye on all the prominent position trophies through college football in addition to the Heisman.

If you’re looking for our thoughts on that other trophy, check our weekly Heisman poll.

College Football's Second-Half Predictions for 2012

Athlon predicts how the second half of the season will go.
<p> College Football's Second-Half Predictions</p>

The first half of the college football season provided plenty of twists and turns, but the second half is really when the national championship and the conference title races will be decided. With most teams finished with their non-conference games, the focus shifts to conference play, which is arguably the best stretch of the season. And the best news for college football fans? None of the six BCS conferences is decided, which means there are plenty of big games in the second half of the year.

College Football Post-Week 7 Bowl Projections

Athlon runs down the bowl projections following the Week 7 action.
<p> College Football Post-Week 7 Bowl Projections</p>

College football's bowl season is inching closer, but it's never too early to take a look at what the matchups might look like. With seven weeks of results in the books, it's still too early to make long-term projections about teams, especially with some teams just getting into conference play. 

College Football's Top 20 Coaches on the Hot Seat: Post-Week 6 Rankings

Boston College's Frank Spaziani is off to a rocky start this season.
<p> College Football's Top 20 Coaches on the Hot Seat: Post-Week 6 Rankings</p>

Week 6 of the 2012 college football season is in the books and plenty of coaches saw the temperature on their seat increase by a few degrees. Kentucky's Joker Phillips and Boston College's Frank Spaziani continue to hold down the top two spots in the rankings. Phillips' Kentucky team is off to a 1-5 start, while Spaziani and Boston College are coming off of a disappointing loss to Army. 

College Football Post-Week 6 Bowl Projections

Athlon runs down the bowl projections following the Week 6 action.
<p> College Football Post-Week 6 Bowl Projections</p>

College football's bowl season is inching closer, but it's never too early to take a look at what the matchups might look like. With six weeks of results in the books, it's hard to make long-term projections about teams, especially with several teams just getting into conference play. 

College Football Post-Week 5 Bowl Projections

Athlon runs down the bowl projections following the Week 5 action.
<p> College Football Post-Week 5 Bowl Projections</p>

College football's bowl season is still a few months away, but it's never too early to take a look at what the matchups might look like. With only three weeks of results in the books, it's hard to make long-term projections about teams, especially with several teams still playing overmatched non-conference games. 

College Football's Top 20 Coaches on the Hot Seat: Post-Week 5 Rankings

Athlon takes a look at the top 20 coaches on the hot seat.
<p> College Football's Top 20 Coaches on the Hot Seat: Post-Week 5 Rankings</p>

Week 5 of the 2012 college football season is in the books and plenty of coaches saw the temperature on their seat increase by a few degrees. Kentucky's Joker Phillips and Boston College's Frank Spaziani continue to hold down the top two spots in the rankings. One new coach makes an appearance in this week's top 20 (Ellis Johnson), while Texas Tech's Tommy Tuberville drops out after beating Iowa State to move to 4-0 this season.

College Football Week 5 Recap: West Virginia, Georgia light up scoreboards

Defense was in short supply throughout the country in Week 5
<p> College Football Week 5 Recap: West Virginia, Georgia light up scoreboards</p>

What was supposed to be a ho-hum week of college football turned out to be an explosion of offense. The day began with a relatively low-scoring first quarter from Baylor and West Virginia with “only” 28 points and ended with a 133-point binge.

Quarterbacks Geno Smith and Nick Florence combined for 1,237 passing yards in the highest-scoring game in regulation in five seasons.

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