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Army Hosts Georgia State
Mike Loveall - Sep 28, 2022

Army hosts Georgia State two weeks after getting their first win of the season; can the Black Knights build on their momentum?


Mike Loveall - Sep 21, 2022

Army enters its first of two bye weeks in 2022 with plenty to work on, but there’s plenty to look forward to for the rest of the season.

USF Loses Heartbreaker Against UF
Nicholas Simonelli - Sep 20, 2022

USF Loses Heartbreaker Against UF USF falls in dramatic fashion at “The Swamp” by a final score of 31-28. The Bulls gave the Gators all they could handle, but a missed field goal in the last minute of the 4th capped the game in a heartbreaking loss for USF. What do the Bulls build off […]

Notre Dame grades
Aidan Thomas - Sep 19, 2022

Head coach Marcus Freeman and the Irish finally got in the win column on Saturday, but what were the Notre Dame grades vs. Cal? The Irish struggled in the first half, trailing 10-7 at the break. They then proceeded to trail into the fourth quarter before coming up with a comeback and multiple defensive stands. Here’s […]

Coaches On The Hot Seat
Mike Loveall - Sep 19, 2022

Scott Frost and Herm Edwards are out at their respective schools. Who are the rest of the coaches on the hot seat among the Power Five?

Tennessee Vols Game Grades: Akron Edition
Mike Loveall - Sep 18, 2022

The Tennessee Vols dominated the Akron Zips on Saturday. See how each position unit did in Vols Game Grades Akron Edition.

Notre Dame win
Aidan Thomas - Sep 16, 2022

The Freeman era has yet to oversee a Notre Dame win, and that desperately needs to change this weekend. The Irish have the chance to do it against the Cal Golden Bears. Their Pac-12 opponent is 2-0 this year, but they’re ultimately not expected to be a top Power-5 program. However, the Irish are averaging […]

Quarterback Concern Iowa Nevada
Nick Lemkau - Sep 15, 2022

Three out of 29. That ratio equates to just over 10%. It represents Iowa’s success rate on passing downs this season. Passing downs are defined as second down with eight or more yards to go, or third down with five or more yards to go. In those situations, a successful pass gives you one of […]

2022 Week Two Bowl Projections
Kevin McGuffey - Sep 13, 2022

Upsets Lead To Numerous Changes A couple of times a year the college football world gets a shaken up like a giant “Etch A Sketch.” This past weekend was one of those as a couple of big upsets and a near upset caused some changes in our top tier games for this week. In addition […]

Arkansas and South Carolina
Wes Pruett - Sep 12, 2022

Arkansas fans were awake early for their most recent challenge as South Carolina entered Fayetteville for an 11 am kickoff. The game plan for the Hogs was clear, and that was to control the line of scrimmage and pound the ball on the ground. Arkansas used this strategy to run the Gamecocks out of Donald […]

Aidan Thomas - Sep 12, 2022

When the season started, the expectations for Notre Dame football were through the roof. Perhaps, quite unreasonably so. Head coach Marcus Freeman won virtually every day of the offseason, but now, just two weeks into the season, he’s sitting with an 0-2 record. Including last year’s Fiesta Bowl loss, he’s the first Irish coach to […]

Nicholas Simonelli - Sep 11, 2022

USF Bounces Back Against Howard Even after a slow start to the game, USF manages to pull things together in the 2nd half to beat Howard 42-20. USF bounces back in this contest against a Howard squad that seemed to never want to go away. When it came down to business though USF was steadily […]

Mike Loveall - Sep 10, 2022

Tennessee survived in overtime against a physical Pitt team. See how Tennessee grades out in the Vols Game Grades Pittsburgh edition.

USF Faces Off Against Howard
Nicholas Simonelli - Sep 10, 2022

USF Faces Off Against Howard With a rough start to the season, USF is hoping for a major turnaround this coming week against Howard. Despite the loss to BYU, the Bulls are hoping to put the season opener in the rear-view mirror and get their first win in 2022. Proving Themselves Entering week two the […]

Sanjay Gorur - Sep 9, 2022

The Texas A&M Aggies will face the Appalachian State Mountaineers in the second game of the season. The Aggies look to improve offensively after a sloppy win against Sam Houston State. The Mountaineers put up a fight against North Carolina last Saturday, so Texas A&M’s defense will have to come prepared. Here’s a preview of […]

Grading Notre Dame's Tommy Rees
Aidan Thomas - Sep 9, 2022

Tommy Rees has been an oft-criticized figure during his time at Notre Dame. When he was a player, he garnered the unfortunate moniker “Tommy Turnover” with 37 career interceptions. Now, Rees has taken over the offensive playcalling duties for the Irish. And, again, he remains frequently scrutinized. After the Irish scored just 10 points against […]



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the Clemson reign
David Knight, Editor - Sep 9, 2022

The Clemson reign atop the ACC football mountain ended last season after six straight conference championships. That absence from the top appears as it will only last one year. The Tigers have won back-to-back games against their two most likely contenders this season. After escaping Winston-Salem with an overtime victory on September 24th, they came […]

Big 12 Week Six Power Rankings
Andrew McCleary - Sep 9, 2022

Lots of fun Big 12 ball broke out in week six. However, when the dust settled, the Big 12 week six power rankings look quite similar to what they did one week ago. But make no mistake; this is still a wide-open conference. Is there more confidence in who the bottom teams are? Yes. But […]

South Carolina heads to Kentucky this weekend. Take a look at the keys to a Gamecock statement win on Saturday.
David Knight, Editor - Sep 9, 2022

South Carolina has a huge opportunity in Lexington this weekend. The Gamecocks will need to play better than they have thus far in 2022, but the chance to take down a top 15 opponent is there. South Carolina can get a signature win for head coach Shane Beamer if it can beat Kentucky on Saturday. […]

2022 Week Five Bowl Projections: Two teams in our selection committee games lost meaning two new schools join the party this week.
Kevin McGuffey - Sep 9, 2022

A Couple Of Changes This Week Hello everyone and welcome back to everyone’s favorite time of the week. That’s right it’s the updated Last Word Bowl Projections. One of our playoff teams got a huge scare and two of our selection committee teams lost. As a result, we’ve got new teams crashing the party. Let’s […]

Wake Forest’s Turning The Page

It appears that Wake Forest’s turning the page last week was not so difficult after all. Much, in fact, too much was made of head coach Dave Clawson’s response to Hurricane Ian and the potential for change it could have on the Florida State game. And then there was the issue of how to move […]

Big 12 Week Five Takeaways
Andrew McCleary - Sep 9, 2022

As the dust settled on Big 12 play, it become abundantly clear. College Gameday was going to finally venture to Lawrence, Kansas when the Jayhawks host TCU. The fact that those two Big 12 teams have positioned themselves here after five games is pretty remarkable. It also highlights the absolute zaniness of college football. October […]

Keys to Arkansas loss to Alabama
Wes Pruett - Sep 9, 2022

  On Saturday, Razorback fans were all red for their SEC West opponent in Alabama. Following the 49-26 loss to the Crimson Tide, there are many questions around Fayetteville as to why this team performed the way it did.  What went wrong for the Razorbacks on Saturday? We will look at this performance by the […]

Iowa Falls to Michigan
Nick Lemkau - Sep 9, 2022

Methodical, consistent, and on a mission. Those were the qualities exhibited by the visiting team inside on Saturday afternoon. Michigan had not won a game inside Kinnick Stadium in 17 years. The Wolverines ended that streak against Iowa with a convincing 27-14 win. Iowa falls to Michigan at home, unable to pull within striking distance […]