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10 First-Year Starting QBs Who Could Win College Football's National Title in 2015

By Steven Lassan, 1 week 2 days ago
Projecting the outcome of a college football season, playoff teams and national champion is no easy task. Several factors go into predictions, including the schedule, coaching changes, returning starters, in-depth statistics, results from the previous year, breakout players and recruiting – just to name a few. Experience and star power at quarterback is another factor that most...

Tennessee Volunteers, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Selected to Play in 2017 Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game

By Rob McVey, 1 week 4 days ago
Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game organizers have confirmed that the Tennessee Volunteers will face off against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in Atlanta on Monday night, Sept. 4, 2017. The game will be broadcast in primetime on ESPN. It will be the second of two games in the 2017 Chick-fil-A Kickoff series, the nation’s longest-running kickoff game. The first game of the Labor Day...

Setting First-Year Expectations for Florida's Jim McElwain

By Steven Lassan, 1 week 4 days ago
Florida is one of the premier jobs in college football. The location in a fertile recruiting area allows the Gators to have access to some of the nation’s top talent, and the program won two BCS national championships under Urban Meyer. However, Florida slipped under former coach Will Muschamp. After winning 13 games in three out of four seasons from 2006-09, the Gators went 28-21 in...

Tennessee Volunteers Land State's Top 2016 Recruit in Linebacker Daniel Bituli

By Rob McVey, 1 week 5 days ago
Tennessee Volunteers head coach Butch Jones and staff received their second bit of good news in less than a week with the announcement that four-star, in-state linebacker Daniel Bituli would be joining them in Knoxville in 2016. Bituli becomes the 13th member of the Vols’ 2016 recruiting class and the second verbal commit of the week for Tennessee. Cade Mays, a class of 2018 star offensive...

Kentucky Beats Out SEC Powers for Commitment from Monster 2016 Offensive Tackle

By Cody McClure, 1 week 5 days ago
Amidst offers from Alabama, Auburn and Missouri, among others, gifted 2016 offensive tackle Tate Leavitt spurned SEC powers and committed to the University of Kentucky on Saturday. Leavitt announced the decision via Twitter Saturday afternoon. BIG BLUE NATION... Proud to say I've committed to play at Kentucky! #BBN #POFG #RMA @615Edits— Tate Leavitt (@...

College Football's Top 25 Non-Conference Games for 2015

By Braden Gall, 1 week 5 days ago
There is a lot that is still unknown about the College Football Playoff Committee. One thing that was learned about the new postseason format in year number one is that the voters value strength of schedule. Teams have ramped-up non-conference scheduling almost instantly (See: No. 4 below) and the results are a healthy list of top-level games. It may take a few full seasons for...

Why LSU Will or Won't Make the College Football Playoff in 2015

By Steven Lassan, 1 week 5 days ago
LSU’s win total in SEC play has declined for three straight seasons, and the Tigers are coming off an 8-5 campaign, which was the lowest overall victory total for the program since 2008. However, there’s no shortage of optimism for coach Les Miles’ team. The Tigers are loaded with promising young talent, starting on offense with running back Leonard Fournette and receivers...

LSU RB Leonard Fournette Tops SEC Players with Three All-Conference Selections

By Ryan Wright, 2 weeks 1 day ago
The Southeastern Conference released their preseason All-SEC football teams on Friday, putting LSU sophomore running back Leonard Fournette in rarified air. The 6-foot-1, 230-pound, bruising playmaker made all three SEC teams, as he was voted first-team running back, second-team all-purpose, and third-team return specialist. Related: SEC Football 2015 All-Conference Team Overall,...

Fred Biletnikoff Award Watch List Missing Marquee Wide Receivers

By Ryan Wright, 2 weeks 1 day ago
The Tallahassee Quarterback Club Foundation did little to honor their award's namesake when the preseason Fred Biletnikoff Award watch list was released on Wednesday, as several marquee wide receivers expected to make a lot of noise on the collegiate gridiron in 2015 were missing. Of the 48 names listed by 215 national journalists, broadcasters and former players, the overshadowing...

Top 15 SEC Non-Conference Games of 2015

By Braden Gall, 2 weeks 1 day ago
The College Football Playoff Committee proved the general trend of tougher scheduling last fall.  The SEC doesn't have nearly as much problem with scheduling, as its league schedules are the toughest in college football (along with the Pac-12). But to top it off, the SEC has more high-level non-conference games than any other league in the nation.  Which is why the...
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