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10 Coaching Candidates to Replace Les Miles at LSU

By Steven Lassan, 6 months 4 weeks ago
LSU has fired coach Les Miles four games into the 2016 season. Miles was on the verge of getting fired last season but survived for another year after the Tigers defeated Texas A&M in the regular season finale. Miles was hired to replace Nick Saban in 2005 and guided the program to a 114-34 record, including the 2007 national championship. Although Miles won a lot of games at LSU, the Tigers...

College Football Week 4 Awards

By Steven Lassan, 6 months 4 weeks ago
Week 4 of the 2016 college football season produced several big performances and memorable moments. Tennessee rallied in the second half to end an 11-game losing streak to Florida, Wisconsin scored a huge road win over Michigan State, and Texas A&M knocked off Arkansas in Arlington, Texas. The weekend action also produced a few upsets, as Duke defeated Notre Dame in South Bend and Colorado...

NCAAF: FSU at USF Photo Highlights

By hmcclary, 6 months 4 weeks ago

Louisville Cardinals vs. Marshall Thundering Herd Preview and Prediction

By Antwan Staley, 7 months 1 day ago
Last week after blowing out the then-second-ranked Florida State 63-20, Louisville became the trendy pick to not only win the ACC but also get into the College Football Playoff. Now the Cardinals will have to put last week’s win behind them as they are set to travel to Huntington, West Virginia, to take on the Marshall Thundering Herd.   Last Saturday, Marshall lost to Akron...

Wake Forest Demon Deacons vs. Indiana Hoosiers Preview and Prediction

By Kevin McGuire, 7 months 2 days ago
Few probably expected this matchup between ACC and Big Ten programs to be one with two undefeated teams at the start of the season, but Wake Forest has done its part to arrive in Bloomington this weekend with a 3-0 record. Three games in and Dave Clawson’s program has already matched its 2015 and '14 win totals. A win on the road against an offensively-talented Indiana would do well in...

Duke Blue Devils vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish Preview and Prediction

By Jon Kinne, 7 months 2 days ago
Notre Dame fans waited nine months for the football season to start. In 13 days, the hopes and dreams of the Fighting Irish faithful were essentially gone.   The College Football Playoff is no longer a possibility and at 1-2 Notre Dame will have to be perfect the rest of the way to qualify for a New Year’s Six bowl. And the only way to be perfect is to win this week...

Pittsburgh Panthers vs. North Carolina Tar Heels Preview and Prediction

By Jon Kinne, 7 months 2 days ago
The full slate of ACC matchups doesn’t begin until next Saturday, but one of the season’s most important Coastal Division games will be played this week. Pittsburgh heads to Chapel Hill on Saturday and the result of the contest will go a long way in determining one of the participants in the conference title game.   The Panthers suffered their first loss on Saturday...

10 College Football Picks Against the Spread for Week 4

By Mitch Light, 7 months 2 days ago
The Week 4 edition of college football’s picks against the spread features predictions for some of Saturday’s biggest games, including Michigan State-Wisconsin, Florida-Tennessee and Texas A&M-Arkansas. Additionally, conference matchups such as LSU-Auburn, Ole Miss-Georgia and Colorado-Oregon feature lines or odds that caught our attention for Week 4. Here are 10 predictions or...

East Carolina Pirates vs. Virginia Tech Hokies Preview and Prediction

By Jon Kinne, 7 months 2 days ago
When Justin Fuente was hired to replace Frank Beamer as Virginia Tech's head coach, some wondered what type of identity the Hokies would develop. Would Virginia Tech be the offensive juggernaut that Memphis was under Fuente? Or would the Hokies remain a stout defensive unit led by longtime coordinator Bud Foster?   On Saturday against Boston College, they were both. The offense...

Syracuse Orange vs. Connecticut Huskies Preview and Prediction

By Adam Kurkjian, 7 months 2 days ago
Style-wise, you couldn't come up with two more polar opposite philosophies than these two Northeast programs.   Bob Diaco, now in his third year at UConn, prides his teams on strong defense and a pro-style offense that still has the quarterback going under center the majority of the time.   Meanwhile, in his first season at Syracuse, head coach Dino Babers has installed an up-...