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2014 College Football Predictions

Sports PhotoSEC Media Days signal that the 2014 football season is nearing. SC’s Jean Neuberger has early prognostications in mind for the next few weeks to come. Complete Story

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Time For NCAA Mid-Majors to Act

Sports PhotoThe new college football playoff doesn’t allow many opportunities for the NCAA’s mid-major teams. SC’s Jean Neuberger explains that the mid-majors need to act quickly to aid their football programs. Complete Story

SEC: Eight is Enough

Sports PhotoThe major conferences are shifting to nine-game conference schedules. However, as SC’s Jean Neuberger points out, the Southeastern Conference is confident enough to stick with an eight-game slate. Complete Story

Gay Athletes: One Day, It Won’t Be a Big Deal

Sports PhotoFormer Missouri defensive star Michael Sam announced this week that he is homosexual. SC’s Adam Russell looks forward to the day when an athlete’s sexual preference won’t matter anymore. Complete Story

Now is Time to Radically Change College Football

Sports PhotoNow that the NCAA is finally adding a playoff to major Division 1 college football, SC’s Adam Russell thinks the time is perfect to radically change the landscape — and he has some ideas how to do it. Complete Story

The Silly Season’s Most Intriguing Hires

Sports PhotoAs college football season ends, the coaching carousel starts to move. SC’s Jean Neuberger takes a look at some of the more interesting moves already made during the start of this offseason. Complete Story

SEC’s Run in the BCS Will End With FSU

Sports PhotoAs the BCS era comes to a close, so too could the SEC’s streak of national titles. SC’s Adam Russell breaks down the Florida State/Auburn matchup and explains why the Seminoles should win the title. Complete Story

The Dominoes of December

Sports PhotoWhen Southern California fired head coach Lane Kiffin in September, it initiated a series of coaching changes across the country. SC’s Corrie Trouw charts how and why the dominoes fell from Los Angeles to Jonesboro and everywhere in between. Complete Story

Haven’t We Met Before?

Sports PhotoThe Iron Bowl, Civil War, and Clean Old-Fashioned Hate have passed us for this year, but don’t think the bitterness is gone. And while most eyes will focus on the pageantry of the BCS games, SC’s Jonathan Lowe reminds us of one big rivalry game that’s yet to be played. Complete Story

BCS Hopes Dashed, Saved on Two Plays

Sports PhotoSometimes poor decisions can have dire consequences. SC’s Adam Russell explores how two decisions Saturday killed one team’s national title hopes, while the other kept another team’s alive. Complete Story

More College Football Commentary

11.25.13 And Now it All Comes Down to Iron By Jean Neuberger
11.18.13 The Prediction Problem By Corrie Trouw
11.04.13 BCS Chase: Can the Unbeatens Remain? By Adam Russell
10.28.13 The Unenviable Task By Jean Neuberger
10.21.13 Perfection Possibilities By Andrew Jones
10.14.13 Counterpoint: Lane Kiffin is Not Horrible By Corrie Trouw
10.07.13 The ACC, Not Just For Basketball By Ross Lancaster
09.30.13 Not So Fast Lane By Jean Neuberger
09.23.13 NCAA Needs to Revamp “Extra Benefits” Restrictions By Adam Russell
09.16.13 Can Johnny Manziel Succeed in the NFL? By Joshua Duffy
09.09.13 The Cardinals’ Dilemma By Ross Lancaster
09.04.13 College Station’s Most Interesting Man By Corrie Trouw
08.28.13 Let the Games Begin: Week 1 By Jean Neuberger


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