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15 World Cities That Need to Host a College Football Game

Let's take college football around the world.
15 World Cities That Need to Host a College Football Game

Baylor’s non-conference scheduling has been criticized frequently over the last few years. But the Bears are doing their best to upgrade the schedule and are on talks to appear in Australia (Sydney or Melbourne) against a Pac-12 opponent to open the 2016 season.

 

So that news got us thinking. What overseas cities need to have a college football game for an opener?

 

Here are a few cities or foreign destinations we think need to host a college football game in the future: 

 

NFC North Players That Will Need to Step Up in 2015

Here is a look at players on each NFC North team that need to have a bigger impact on the field this season
NFC North Players That Will Need to Step Up in 2015

The NFC North is filled with talent and potential, just look at the Detroit Lions’ success last year. The Packers and Lions should be in contention for the playoffs like last year, and the Vikings and Bears should certainly see improvement. However, they will need help especially in areas that have the ability to get stronger this upcoming NFL season.

A Rush to Judgment on Urban Meyer's Ohio State Offense

Ezekiel Elliott is a Heisman Trophy contender this season after rushing for 1,878 yards and helping the Buckeyes win the inaugural College Football Playoff
A Rush to Judgment on Urban Meyer's Ohio State Offense

Heading into the fourth year under head coach Urban Meyer's direction, things could not be looking brighter for Ohio State football. Virtually every media outlet has predicted Ohio State to be the favorite to win the 2015 national championship.

 

Pac-12 College Football Teams as Rock and Roll Bands

What if Pac-12 teams were Rock and Roll bands?
Pac-12 College Football Teams as Rock and Roll Bands

Music, like sports, sparks debate, creates discussion and can even lead to heated disagreements.

 

But both are unquestionably a huge part of American culture. So Athlon Sports has decided to combine two of our favorite things — rock and roll with college football.

 

What if our favorite football programs were rock and roll bands? Every Power 5 team will be represented, so if you don’t see your favorite band or school here, keep your eyes peeled.
 

Miami Central Teammates Dalvin Cook, Joseph Yearby Primed to Break Out

High school backfield duo are best friends and now rivals at Florida State and Miami
Miami Central Teammates Dalvin Cook, Joseph Yearby Primed to Break Out

Since their days in the youth football leagues of Miami, running backs Dalvin Cook and Joseph Yearby have been the subject of an ongoing debate: Who’s better?

 

Coach Quenneville's House Covered in Toilet Paper After Stanley Cup Win

Following tradition, Blackhawks fans covered Coach Joel Quenneville's house in toilet paper to celebrate.

People seem to do anything and everything when their favorite sports team wins a championship. Since the Blackhawks Stanley Cup win in 2010, Coach Joel Quenneville’s first, fans have TP’ed the yard in front of his house. This year was no different, as diehard fans quickly raced to his house to cover it in toilet paper. They also did the same thing there in 2013, after his second Stanley Cup.

 

Japanese Stars Ichiro Suzuki and Masahiro Tanaka Battle for First Time

The former teammates faced one another for the first time in their MLB careers.

As veteran players near the end of their careers, it is always great to see the next generation of players competing against them, who will one day fill their void. Last night, hitting legend, Ichiro Suzuki, faced the newcomer, Masahiro Tanaka, for the first time. Both players hail from Japan, where the prior has essentially immortalized himself as a legend. Tanaka has all the skills to one day become a superstar, but it was the aging Suzuki who won last night’s battle.

 

Minnesota Vikings 2015 Team Preview and Prediction

With Teddy Bridgewater emerging at quarterback and Adrian Peterson returning to the backfield, the young Vikings look to make some noise in the NFC North this season
Minnesota Vikings 2015 Team Preview and Prediction

Young Teddy Bridgewater’s unusual composure and good old Mike Zimmer’s as-expected defensive acumen gave the Vikings a renewed sense of direction despite their 7–9 finish a year ago. Now comes the next step, which the Vikings will take with the full-on power of Adrian Peterson’s unbridled return to the NFL.

 

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