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Orange Bowl Preview and Prediction: Clemson vs. Oklahoma

By Steven Lassan, 11 months 1 week ago
The highly anticipated 2015-16 College Football Playoff kicks off on Thursday afternoon in Miami with Clemson and Oklahoma meeting in a national semifinal in the Orange Bowl. The Tigers finished the regular season at 13-0 and are the only unbeaten team in college football. The Sooners overcame a loss to Texas in early October to earn the final spot in the four-team playoff, finishing the year as...

The Five Best Peach Bowls of All-Time

By Aaron Tallent, 11 months 1 week ago
The fact that the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl is one of the College Football Playoff’s “New Year’s Six” games is not all that surprising when you look at its history. Even when the game was played in Atlanta’s Fulton County Stadium, it was able to put together interesting and well-attended matchups. In the 1990s, the game moved into the Georgia Dome, signed agreements...

Music City Bowl Preview and Prediction: Texas A&M vs. Louisville

By Lloyd H. Spence Jr., 11 months 2 weeks ago
The Louisville Cardinals (7-5) and the Texas A&M Aggies (8-4) have essentially had the same season. One full of overcoming injuries along with a campaign of losing games they should have won. The greatest challenge for both teams, however, has been at the quarterback position. Both teams entered the season with special returning players in Texas A&M Kyle Allen and Louisville's...

The First Four College Football Games in Clemson vs. Oklahoma Series History

By Aaron Tallent, 11 months 2 weeks ago
Thursday’s Orange Bowl between Clemson and Oklahoma will be the fifth matchup between the schools. The previous four meetings have not been memorable, but they have been at pivotal points in the schools’ respective histories. Let’s take a walk down memory lane. A Meeting Between Two Legends: Oklahoma 31, Clemson 14Norman, Okla. – Sept. 21, 1963Frank Howard was head...

Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Preview and Prediction: Florida State vs. Houston

By Steven Lassan, 11 months 2 weeks ago
The New Year’s Six bowl slate kicks off on Dec. 31 with an intriguing matchup between Florida State and Houston in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. The Seminoles and Cougars start a huge day for college football fans on Thursday, as playoff games in the Cotton Bowl and Orange Bowl begin later that afternoon. First-year coach Tom Herman guided Houston to a 12-1 mark during the regular...

Predictions for Every Remaining College Football 2015-2016 Bowl Game

By Steven Lassan, 11 months 2 weeks ago
College football 2015-16 bowl season has almost reached its halfway point. With 20 games in the books, 21 contests remain, including the New Year’s Six matchups and the national championship on Jan. 11 in Glendale, Ariz. The first portion of the bowl slate produced a handful of entertaining games, including the Miami Beach Bowl between WKU and South Florida, the Georgia Southern-Bowling...

Belk Bowl Preview and Prediction: NC State vs. Mississippi State

By Cody McClure, 11 months 2 weeks ago
NC State and Mississippi State meet on the gridiron for only the sixth time on Wednesday afternoon in the Belk Bowl. Both schools come into the game with winning records, despite losing to in-state rivals in the final week of the regular season. Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott will make his final start for the Bulldogs, having amassed over 3,400 passing yards on the season....

Best Individual Performances in College Football in 2015

By Kyle Kensing, 11 months 2 weeks ago
Seemingly every autumn, college football collectively sets the bar higher than it had in previous years. The 2015 campaign featured an abundance of breath-taking moments across all levels, in the process setting a new standard of excellence in the sport. Related: Top 25 College Football Games of 2015 The following 18 individual efforts were the pinnacle of the season. These were...

Russell Athletic Bowl Preview and Prediction: North Carolina vs. Baylor

By Jon Kinne, 11 months 2 weeks ago
Going into Thanksgiving weekend, North Carolina and Baylor had their sights set very high. North Carolina had not lost since week one and victories over NC State and then Clemson in the ACC Championship Game would give them the league title. Head coach Larry Fedora was making his case for the Tar Heels' inclusion in the College Football Playoff prior to the Clemson game, so their...