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Opening Up at Media Days

Sports PhotoMedia Days are approaching, and with so much controversy over the summer, SC’s Jean Neuberger explains why college coaches shouldn’t dodge from the issues. Complete Story

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The Big 12’s Big Problem

Sports PhotoWith the news at Baylor, coupled with the Joe Mixon case at Oklahoma, SC’s Jean Neuberger says it’s time for the Big 12 Conference to take the most serious steps on assault. Time has run out on them. Complete Story

On Satellite Camps, Idaho, and Ole Miss

Sports PhotoEven when there’s no football being played, several stories from college football hit the sports world. SC’s Jean Neuberger goes over the situations with satellite camps, Idaho’s fall, and Ole Miss’s fiasco. Complete Story

Trench War Will Decide the FBS Champ

Sports PhotoAlabama and Clemson have dynamic offenses, but the title game won’t be decided by the skill positions. SC’s Jean Neuberger explains how the defensive lines will decide who takes home the title. Complete Story

How Alabama Can Be Beaten

Sports PhotoDespite Alabama’s 38-0 demolition of Michigan State in the Cotton Bowl, SC’s Ross Lancaster was pretty surprised to see the Tide as a touchdown favorite for next Monday’s National Championship. He looks at why Alabama is not invincible, and why 14-0 Clemson will take home the title. Complete Story

Can Clemson Hold On to the Top Spot?

Sports PhotoThe Clemson Tigers are currently the only undefeated team on the way to the playoffs. But SC’s Joe Messineo asks, can the No. 1 seed team hold off challengers like the Crimson Tide and the Spartans? Complete Story

Five Plays that Defined the 2015 Season

Sports PhotoLooking back at college football’s 2015 regular season, there were six critical plays were needed to make this year’s selection such a simple one. Had these plays not happened, controversy would’ve reigned supreme over the college football world. Complete Story

The Substandard Bowl

Sports PhotoSC’s Jonathan Lowe is shaking his head at this point. This upcoming college bowl season has him in a tizzy over which teams will keep playing. How did it come to this? Complete Story

Potential Landing Spots For Mark Richt

Sports PhotoFor 15 years, Mark Richt coached the Georgia Bulldogs football team. He had plenty of success over that span, including two SEC championships, but no matter what happens in the Bulldogs’ bowl game this year, Richt will be leaving town afterwards. Where will he land next? Complete Story

The Pains of Complacency

Sports PhotoLSU’s Les Miles has averaged 10 wins a game, but is on the chopping block. SC’s Jean Neuberger discusses why being consistently good, but not great, is a death knoll in the new playoff world of FBS. Complete Story

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10.19.15 An Ode to the Head Ball Coach By Ross Lancaster
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09.28.15 Why Saturday Always Delivers By Ross Lancaster
09.21.15 Peeking Down the Road in College Football By Jonathan Lowe
09.14.15 Auburn and Arkansas: Mistaken Identities By Jean Neuberger
09.08.15 An Early-Season Call For Calm By Ross Lancaster
09.02.15 2015 CFB Preview: Question Quantity By Jonathan Lowe
08.19.15 Tougher Schedules, Tougher For Everyone By Jean Neuberger