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Fans need to prepare for a wild season out west if the first weekend was any indication. Sure, division contenders Stanford and Arizona State were on bye while Oregon, UCLA and Arizona rolled to typically one-sided wins against over-matched...
Braden Gall
2 years ago
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Steven Lassan
2 years ago
Devin Gardner
Thanks to conference realignment, Michigan and Notre Dame are only scheduled to play one more matchup after this season. The Fighting Irish had to cancel the 2015-17 scheduled games with the Wolverines due to their decision to play five games with...
Steven Lassan
2 years ago
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Steven Lassan
2 years ago
Aaron Murray
Georgia and South Carolina have combined to win the last three SEC East titles, and Saturday’s game will play a key role in determining the division champion this year.After losing to Clemson last Saturday, the Bulldogs have to win against...
Steven Lassan
2 years ago
Damien Williams
50-49. That was the score of last year's shootout in Morgantown that saw the Sooners escape with a win. The game featured 1,440 yards of total offense, 62 first downs and 14 total touchdowns.This year will look significantly different, as the...
Stephen Schindler
2 years ago
Bronco Mendenhall
The No. 15 Longhorns come into Provo off a 56-7 romp over New Mexico State. Despite the victory, Texas didn't look as impressive as the score would indicate. In fact, Texas trailed 7-0 late in the second half before rallying for a 14-7 lead at...
Stephen Schindler
2 years ago
1. NASCAR's regular season ends at RichmondTwenty-five races ago, Danica Patrick was the story across the sport. She won the pole for the Daytona 500 and was kicking off a season bundled with optimism and overhype of NASCAR's new Gen-6...
Geoffrey Miller
2 years ago
Like it or not, Las Vegas rarely gets it wrong, so tracking betting lines should always be a big part of each football weekend — even if there are no bets on the line. Whether you condone gambling or not, think of it as becoming a more...
Braden Gall
2 years ago
The Heisman is but one award, and one award isn’t enough to contain the best of college football.While we love prognosticating who will win college football’s most coveted individual trophy, we also love the glut of postseason awards...
David Fox
2 years ago
After three marquee games, Sept. 7 may end up being a slow week in college football. The schedule is littered with FCS games and off weeks before a mammoth Sept. 14.Teams may not want to look ahead, but Athlon Sports does.With the Week 1 madness...
David Fox
2 years ago
For much of the last four seasons, the Mountain West could argue it belongs in the same breath as the power conferences.Indeed, the MWC has produced 16 NCAA Tournament teams in the last four seasons, including five last year, to mach the SEC in...
David Fox
2 years ago
Arizona State recently made some renovations to Sun Devil Stadium, and the Tillman Tunnel is now one of the best entrances in college football.Here’s a full album of the Tillman Tunnel from Arizona State’s official site, but the image...
Steven Lassan
2 years ago
The Week 2 college football slate is relatively light with elite matchups. Florida-Miami, Notre Dame-Michigan and Georgia-South Carolina are the must-see games, but there’s not much else to get excited about. Of course, college football is on...
Steven Lassan
2 years ago
Percy Harvin
The preseason was littered with bodies throughout the NFL. In a string of meaningless games to get players ready for the ones that matter, the scene left behind was mostly carnage. Every week, it seemed, another player was hurt. Often the injury...
Athlon Sports
2 years ago
Peyton Manning
The defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens kick off defense of their title and the 2013 NFL regular season by renewing acquaintances with the Denver Broncos at 8:30 p.m. ET tonight on NBC. A scheduling conflict with the Orioles forced the...
Mark Ross
2 years ago
Aaron Rodgers
Week 1 of the 2013 fantasy football season is here and it's only fitting that the quarterback who finished 2012 with the most fantasy points comes in at No. 1 in the first installment of Athlon Sports' weekly Fantasy Football Quarterback...
Mark Ross
2 years ago
The 2013 fantasy football season is upon us and Athlon Sports' Week 1 running back rankings starts with the league's reigning MVP. Adrian Peterson came nine yards shy of breaking Eric Dickerson's single-season record in 2012, and he...
Mark Ross
2 years ago
Calvin Johnson
To the surprise of no one, Calvin Johnson tops Athlon Sports' Week 1 Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings. What perhaps is most impressive about Johnson's record-setting 2012 season is that he caught just five touchdown passes, yet still...
Mark Ross
2 years ago
Tony Gonzalez
With Week 1 of the NFL regular and fantasy season set to kick off tonight, the only tight ends that will soon be making news are the ones that will be on the field. Leading the way in Athlon Sports' Week 1 tight end fantasy rankings is New...
Mark Ross
2 years ago
Jerod Mayo
In Week 1 of the 2013 fantasy football season, opportunity knocks for the New England Patriots' and Tampa Bay Buccaneers' defenses. Both of these teams will be facing rookie quarterbacks making their NFL debuts, which is why both DSTs are...
Mark Ross
2 years ago
Stephen Gostkowski
New England's Stephen Gostkowski and Atlanta's Matt Bryant are two of the top options on Athlon Sports' Fantasy Football 2013 Kicker Rankings for Week 1. Both the Patriots and Falcons figure to score a fair number of points against...
Mark Ross
2 years ago
Still second-guessing your plans for Week 2?  Are you still trying to decide whether or not to start the guys you grabbed off the waiver wire this week?  Hopefully, this week’s Start/Bench will give some additional insight to make a...
Athlon Sports
2 years ago
Stephen Morris
Week 1 was a good debut for most of the teams in the ACC. North Carolina was handled by South Carolina on the road, but Virginia knocked off BYU, and Clemson scored a huge non-conference victory over Georgia.Although non-conference wins aren’...
Steven Lassan
2 years ago
The first week of the season revealed that the bottom of the Big 12 has more work ahead of it that perhaps we thought. Kansas State and Iowa State lost to FCS teams. West Virginia looked pedestrian against William & Mary.And even if the final...
David Fox
2 years ago

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