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When Due Process Won’t Do

Sports PhotoGeorgia RB Todd Gurley’s suspension for selling autographs has lasted two games, and neither the NCAA nor the university have much to say about it. SC’s Corrie Trouw asks what is taking so long. Complete Story

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One Mississippi, Two Mississippi

Sports PhotoThe element of surprise has always been part of college football. Never, though, like this. SC’s Jean Neuberger explains just how remarkable the rise has been for the Magnolia State’s top two teams. Complete Story

Who is This Year’s Auburn?

Sports PhotoWeek 6 proved that the 2014 season is well on its way to becoming the craziest season in years. With four teams now allowed into the final stage of the season for the inaugural College Football Playoff, SC’s Ross Lancaster looks at what teams could make a 2013 Auburn-like rebound. Complete Story

Preoccupied With 1985

Sports PhotoBaseball fans in Kansas City have a reason to smile for the first time in a long time. SC’s Jonathan Lowe is among them. But he’s also found a “kindred spirit” fan base that thirsts for their own postseason glory. Complete Story

An Exhaustive Taxonomy of Non-Conference Scheduling

Sports PhotoAs the college football season shifts into league play, SC’s Corrie Trouw examines the five types of non-conference games teams schedule and picks out best- and worst-case scenarios for each. Complete Story

Outside Looking In

Sports PhotoThe utter collapse of the Big Ten conference has already put them in a rough position. SC’s Jean Neuberger takes a look at just how difficult the road to a national title is for a Big Ten champion. Complete Story

Realizing Brevity is Beauty in College

Sports PhotoThe past week has been a horrible one for the sport of football, and it’s raised doubts in SC’s Ross Lancaster’s mind about the future of supporting the sport. However, in watching Saturday’s GA/USC thriller, he realized that the college game has things going for it that can’t be replicated. Complete Story

Reputable Damage

Sports PhotoIn our everyday interactions, working off preconceived notions of a person might not be the best way to go. But in college football, it’s the first step in deciding who’ll be a cut above everyone else. SC’s Jonathan Lowe looks at one “star” league that has lost some luster lately. Complete Story

Final College Football Preseason Thoughts

Sports PhotoWe’re just hours away from the start of college football and SC’s Jean Neuberger takes a moment to offer some final thoughts before the 2014 season kicks off. Complete Story

Vetting the Replacements

Sports PhotoThere are shoes to fill every time the college football season starts. Some are heralded, and others … not so much. But which unfamiliar names will SC’s Jonathan Lowe be paying attention to? Complete Story

More College Football Commentary

08.11.14 CFB 2014: Giving Away the Ending By Corrie Trouw
08.04.14 Win or Go Home By Jean Neuberger
07.17.14 2014 College Football Predictions By Jean Neuberger
05.29.14 Time For NCAA Mid-Majors to Act By Jean Neuberger
04.28.14 SEC: Eight is Enough By Jean Neuberger
02.12.14 Gay Athletes: One Day, It Won’t Be a Big Deal By Adam Russell
01.28.14 Now is Time to Radically Change College Football By Adam Russell
01.14.14 The Silly Season’s Most Intriguing Hires By Jean Neuberger
12.30.13 SEC’s Run in the BCS Will End With FSU By Adam Russell
12.23.13 The Dominoes of December By Corrie Trouw
12.16.13 Haven’t We Met Before? By Jonathan Lowe
12.02.13 BCS Hopes Dashed, Saved on Two Plays By Adam Russell
11.25.13 And Now it All Comes Down to Iron By Jean Neuberger


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