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College Football Awards for September

Handing out awards from the first month of action.
College Football Awards for September 2015

The first month of the 2015 college football season is in the books. Unfortunately, that means this year is almost a third of the way finished. However, the next two months (plus a week in December) should bring plenty of crazy plays, memorable moments and great games.

10 Amazing College Football Stats from Week 4

Rounding up the best stats from Week 4.
10 Amazing College Football Stats from Week 4 2015

Numbers and statistics are a huge part of college football. Every Sunday, reading updated box scores and stats is like Christmas for fans and media members. Some stats like total offense and total defense are overrated, but each help paint a picture for a team or particular game.

 

College Football Week 4 Awards

Athlon hands out the awards from the Week 4 action.
College Football Week 4 Awards

Week 4 of the 2015 college football season is in the books. The Pac-12 was the conference in the spotlight on Saturday, as Arizona-UCLA, Oregon-Utah and Arizona State-USC were some of the weekend’s most anticipated matchups. However, all three games produced one-sided results.

College Football's All-Injured Team for 2015

Who are the top players sidelined for 2015?
College Football's All-Injured Team for 2015

Injuries are an unfortunate part of every college football season. Whether it’s a small ailment affecting a key player for a couple of weeks or an injury keeping a player sidelined for the entire year, all injuries have an impact on the final win-loss record for all 128 teams.

 

Predictions for Every College Football Game in Week 4

Picks for every CFB game in Week 4.
Predictions for Every College Football Game in Week 4

Week 4 of the 2015 college football season kicks off on Thursday night with a key American Athletic Conference matchup between Cincinnati and Memphis. The action continues on Friday night with Boise State taking on Virginia and Stanford traveling to Corvallis to take on Oregon State.

10 Amazing College Football Stats from Week 3

Rounding up the best stats from Week 3.
10 Amazing College Football Stats from Week 3 2015

Numbers and statistics are a huge part of college football. Every Sunday, reading updated box scores and stats is like Christmas for fans and media members. Some stats like total offense and total defense are overrated, but each help paint a picture for a team or particular game.

 

Predictions for Every College Football Game in Week 3

Picks for every CFB game in Week 3.
Predictions for Every College Football Game in Week 3

The third week of the 2015 college football season kicks off on Thursday night with a key ACC matchup between Clemson and Louisville. Thursday night’s game is one of the marquee contests for Week 3, but the action continues on Friday and Saturday with critical must-see matchups. On Saturday, the SEC takes the spotlight with Alabama-Ole Miss and LSU-Auburn.

10 College Football QBs Looking to Make a Statement in Week 3

Can Jeremy Johnson turn his season around?
10 College Football Quarterbacks That Could Make a Statement in Week 3

Quarterbacks are always under heavy scrutiny for all 128 college football teams, and the pressure only increases in big-time matchups. While it’s still very early in the 2015 season, there are a handful of teams with critical matchups in Week 3.

10 Amazing College Football Stats from Week 2

Rounding up the best stats from Week 2.
10 Amazing College Football Stats from Week 2 2015

Numbers and statistics are a huge part of college football. Every Sunday, reading updated box scores and stats is like Christmas for fans and media members. Some stats like total offense and total defense are overrated, but each help paint a picture for a team or particular game.

 

Major Position Changes in College Football History

Ohio State's Braxton Miller is not the first notable player to switch positions during his college career
Major Position Changes in College Football History

Numerous sportswriters have analyzed and praised former Ohio State starting quarterback Braxton Miller’s move to H-Back and I can’t blame them. We have never seen a three-year starting signal-caller and Heisman Trophy candidate move to another position in his senior year to make his team — the defending national champion — stronger.

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