Category: NCAA Football

Grading My Preseason Predictions: Sun Belt

Part of me feels bad for the Sun Belt. They are fighting a perpetual uphill battle, recruiting and playing in the shadow of SEC giants and struggling to end most fiscal years in the black. They don’t have an individualistic appeal like other G5 conferences do; the MAC has weeknight MACtion, the AAC has UCF

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Grading My Preseason Predictions: MAC

Growing up, baseball was always king to me. I always had an interest in college football because Michigan was actually good when I was growing up and the Lions were simply awful, but it never came close to dethroning baseball in terms of my fandom. I got cut from a Division III baseball team my

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Wisconsin’s Jonathan Taylor and His Once in a Lifetime Opportunity

In the new age of college football, the age of offensive creativity, mobile quarterbacks, and spreading multiple wide receivers out off of the line of scrimmage, Wisconsin has stayed true to their brand. For my whole life time, the Badgers have been a successful team if not elite or great – after Barry Alvarez was

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