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Why Clemson/Alabama III is Still the Game of the Year

Sports PhotoSemifinal or not, SC’s Steve Brenna believes the Sugar Bowl is the real national championship game. So who has the edge? Complete Story

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The Baker Mayfield Effect

Sports PhotoOnce thought to be an NFL long-shot, Oklahoma’s Baker Mayfield is continuing to prove his doubters wrong. Yet, he still isn’t getting the respect he deserves. SC’s Robert Campbell analyzes Mayfield’s impact on the college game and beyond. Complete Story

The Groundwork For the End

Sports PhotoEven after all of this week’s action, there’s still stuff to sort through in the college football regular season. SC’s Jonathan Lowe looks into the biggest developments that made Saturday a fruitful day for some. Complete Story

Big 10 Stumbles Open Miami’s Path to CFP

Sports PhotoWith two Big 10 powerhouses toppled in Week 10, the Miami Hurricanes now have a clear path to the College Football Playoff. SC’s Steve Brenna explains how the Hurricanes can crack the final top four. Complete Story

College Football’s Surprise Storm

Sports PhotoAmidst the College Football Playoff race, one of the best stories of the year comes from a Power Five school in an unexpected place. SC’s Jean Neuberger takes a look at the surprising success of Iowa State. Complete Story

Why Clemson/Alabama is Already in the Making Again

Sports PhotoThere’s a lot of football still to be played this season, but SC’s Ross Lancaster thinks that Clemson and Alabama look so far ahead of everyone else that it’s not crazy at all to start thinking about a third consecutive title game between the Tide and Tigers. Complete Story

College Football Stock Report

Sports PhotoThis season has already delivered some unexpected moments just four weeks in. SC’s Jean Neuberger takes a look at who’s been on the high and low ends of the sticks. Complete Story

Toppling Tigers Could Mean Super Stardom For Jackson

Sports PhotoReigning Heisman winner Lamar Jackson is far from a household name, but SC’s Steve Brenna believes he has the opportunity to seize the national spotlight this Saturday. Complete Story

It’s All in the Repetition

Sports PhotoIs this the year that one man finally joins the exclusive “Repeat Heisman Winner” club? SC’s Jonathan Lowe looks at a repetitive pattern that might turn in that QB’s favor. Complete Story

Burning Questions After Week 1

Sports PhotoThe beginning of the college football season means more to the season’s outcome than any other major sport, but it also leaves us with more questions than answers. SC’s Ross Lancaster looks at three of the biggest questions after an interesting, but not unexpected opening weekend of action. Complete Story

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