The SEC has the been the powerhouse and measuring stick for college football over the last decade, but is it as strong this year? The ACC has been a laughingstock at times, so exactly how far has it come?
The state of Florida is ripe with football talent and tradition. The state contains three of the best teams in the country year in and year out. While some of these schools have fallen on tough times, Florida, Florida State and Miami are all giants on the college football landscape
The opening weekend of college football was electrifying, but week three could be even better. There are numerous games that could decide divisional winners, but there are also some of the best non-conference matchup of the year. Enough of the intro talk, though, let’s get to the games.
Calm down, take a deep breath, and look at this LSU Tigers roster. Despite losing in embarrassing fashion to Wisconsin in week one, Les Miles’ group is still really dangerous. And they might be dangerous enough to win the SEC and get into the College Football Playoff.
The NCAA really shook up the college football landscape when they announced that there would be a playoff system replacing the previous BCS system. This was something that many in the sports news media had been clamoring for since the BCS system was implemented by the association.
Every year in college football, there are teams that are destined to go one to great success. Sometimes, though, these teams will have to go through each other to achieve their expected success. While there are many different things that can happen between now and when those teams meet, like injuries and coaching changes, it is still intriguing to analyze possible matchups between teams with the highest football rankings.
Stats LLC and ESPN Magazine have noted that as of November 1, eight FBS programs will play out 2015 with different coaches than they began it with — one more than the in-season exits of the past three years combined.
We’re 10 weeks down and this season has already been filled with the drama we were hoping for. As the second edition of the CFP rankings come out tomorrow the virtuoso will reveal his top 10 and as expected they are as debatable and controversial as it gets. SEC and Big 10 fans beware – you may leave here with a sour taste in your mouth.
The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame have a storied history in college football, winning 11 national championships and boasting 436 players to be drafted into the NFL, with 57 of those picks coming in the first round. This year those numbers could grow in both categories because this Irish team is rich in talent.