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American Athletic Coaches Talk Anonymously About Conference Foes for 2013

Opposing coaches are high on Charlie Strong and Louisville.
American Athletic Coaches Talk Anonymously About Conference Foes for 2013

It's not easy getting college football coaches to honestly comment on another coach, player or team. Most coaches don't want to give opposing teams billboard material, which is why there is a lot of coach speak or overused cliches used during the year. In order to get an accurate assessment of teams heading into 2013, Athlon asked coaches in the American Athletic Conference to talk anonymously about their opponents.

Note: These scouting reports come directly from coaching staffs and do not necessarily reflect the views of Athlon's editorial staff.

College Football Bowl Projections for 2013

Athlon projects all 35 bowl games for this season.
College Football Bowl Projections for 2013

Whether you hate or love the BCS, the bowl season is exciting time for college football fans. Although some believe there are too many bowl games, it's one last chance to see teams before the long offseason sets in. And considering how long the offseason is, maybe 35 bowl games isn't too many after all. 

Memphis Gets a Shiny Makeover for 2013

The Tigers will have a new look this year.
Memphis football gets new uniforms for 2013.

Not only will Memphis play in a new conference this year, but the Tigers will be getting a uniform makeover.

In its first season of play in the American Athletic Conference, Memphis will be sporting a shiny gray and blue helmet, along with an updated look to the jerseys. One of the best parts of the new uniform is the “M” in the gray helmet features Tiger stripes.

American Athletic Football Breakout Players for 2013

Rutgers needs a big year from Savon Huggins.

Every year, college football fans are introduced to a handful of players that become household names by the end of the season. Predicting which players will breakout any year is never an easy task.

College Basketball's Best Coaches under 40

Brad Stevens and Shaka Smart are the best, but they're not alone.
<p> Brad Stevens and Shaka Smart are the best, but they're not alone.</p>

The top two coaches from last year’s list of college coaches under 40 remain our top two here.

That’s fitting because Brad Stevens and Shaka Smart show no signs of going anywhere.

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