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Washington State and Central Michigan Meet in Sun Bowl
Nick Lemkau - Dec 30, 2021

Washington State and Central Michigan Meet in Sun Bowl The Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl is one of the handful of bowl games that has been affected by the increasing number of COVID-19 opt-outs and cancellations. The Washington State Cougars were originally scheduled to play the Miami Hurricanes in El Paso. The Cougars arrived on […]


Malik Willis LendingTree Bowl
Ian O'Brien - Dec 19, 2021

2021 was a certain up and down season for the future first round pick Malik Willis and the Liberty Flames, but at the end of the day all that matters is getting the win the LendingTree Bowl.  Tonight, that is exactly what the Liberty Flames did in Hugh Freeze fashion, beating the Eastern Michigan Eagles […]

Middle Tennessee shocked Toledo and won the turnover battle to win the 2021 Bahamas Bowl by a score of 31-24.

The story entering the 2021 Bahamas Bowl was the turnover statistics for each team. Middle Tennessee leads the nation in turnovers gained, whereas Toledo leads the nation in the least turnovers lost. However, the story of the first half was the defense of both teams and quick scores by both offenses. The story by the […]

LendingTree Bowl Preview
Ian O'Brien - Dec 17, 2021

Both teams come into the game with a record of 7-5. Only one can get their eighth win of the season as these two Group of Five teams meet for the first time this season.  Those two teams are the Liberty Flames led by head coach Hugh Freeze and the Eastern Michigan Eagles led by […]

Middle Tennessee shocked Toledo and won the turnover battle to win the 2021 Bahamas Bowl by a score of 31-24.

The 2021 Bahamas Bowl is featuring the Middle Tennessee Blue Raider and the Toledo Rockets. Middle Tennessee finished the regular season at 6-6, just making it to bowl eligibility. Whereas the Rockets of Toledo ended the regular season 7-5. The Blue Raiders went 4-4 in Conference USA, with a back and forth season, barely able […]

Nick Manchester - Sep 26, 2021

Ohio State finally looked like a top-ten program against Akron, defeating the in-state opponents 59-7. True freshman Kyle McCord made the start and looked a little shaky at the beginning. Akron took advantage of McCord’s slow start and took an early 7-0 lead. After that, McCord settled down and Ohio State went on to score […]

2021 Week 12 College Football Watch Guide
Nick Manchester - Sep 20, 2021

Ohio State returns to the Shoe to face Akron on Saturday. Akron has struggled to an early 1-2 record. They lost to Auburn in the season opener. Then they blew an early against Temple, leading 14-0 in the first quarter. By halftime, the Owls had come back and were ahead 21-17. By the third quarter, […]

Nick Lemkau - Sep 18, 2021

A fumble recovery in the end zone stopped a potential Kent State scoring drive and gave Iowa the ball back with a nine-point lead in the third quarter. In Iowa’s eighth forced turnover on the season, the Hawks regained possession and capitalized with a Tyler Goodson touchdown. While question marks still remain, the offense steps […]

Iowa Kent State
Nick Lemkau - Sep 15, 2021

For the third weekend in a row, the Iowa Hawkeyes will face a quarterback on the pre-season Davey O’Brien Award Watch List. Dustin Crum and the Kent State Golden Flashes visit Kinnick Stadium to face the fifth-ranked Hawkeyes Saturday. Crum is a great quarterback who put up big numbers last year. However, the story of […]

MAC

The 2020 season saw most MAC games cut to only half of a season. Still, there’s plenty to be excited about in 2021 in a conference that features some of the best quarterback play in the Group of Five. College Football fans have grown accustomed to “MACtion” with many games getting national audiences during the […]

Ball State beat San Jose State 34-13 in the 2020 Arizona Bowl. In a game with two highly skilled defenses, Ball State got the edge.

The Ball State Cardinals beat the San Jose State Spartans 34-13 in the 2020 Arizona Bowl. In the preview for this game, we predicted the possibility of a high-scoring back-and-forth bowl game. This was not the case. San Jose State played the game without two coordinators and without Mountain West Conference player of the year, […]

The 2020 Arizona Bowl features two conference champions on December 31st. Ball State will face off with San Jose State in Tucson, Arizona.

The 2020 Arizona Bowl is being played on December 31st at 2:00 PM ET. This year the Arizona Bowl will feature the Ball State Cardinals and the San Jose State Spartans. The bowl game started in 2015 and will be played in Tucson, Arizona at Arizona Stadium. It should also be noted that there will […]

The Buffalo Bulls win the Camellia Bowl 17-10. The Bulls were led by running back Kevin Marks, who won the Bart Starr MVP award.
Phillip Jordan - Dec 26, 2020

Just like past editions, the 2020 Camellia Bowl delivered a competitive game that came down to the final minutes. The Buffalo Bulls were able to pull out a 17-10 win over the Marshall Thundering Herd on a cold Christmas Day in Montgomery at the legendary Cramton Bowl. This was the first time since the 2003 […]

Phillip Jordan - Dec 23, 2020

College football fans will be getting a special Christmas present in the 2020 Camellia Bowl. This will be the second bowl game played at the legendary Cramton Bowl in two days and will be televised by ESPN with a 1:30 p.m. Central start time. The seventh edition of the game will feature a pair of […]

John La Fleur - Mar 18, 2020

Since LSU won the National Championship, does that equate to the SEC being the strongest conference in the Football Bowl Subdivision? Clemson advanced to the national title game. Does that prove that the ACC deserved more respect? Which FBS conference proved itself as the strongest conference in 2019? Which FBS Conference Was the Toughest in […]

The Louisiana Ragin Cajuns got their 11th win of the season over the Miami (Ohio) Redhawks with a close 27-17 score in the 2020 LendingTree Bowl.
Michael Hanich - Jan 7, 2020

The last bowl game of the 2019-2020 College Football bowl season lived up to the hype. The 2020 LendingTree Bowl game featured two elite non-automatic qualifying teams in the Louisiana Ragin Cajuns and the Miami (Ohio) Redhawks. What expected to be a high-scoring affair between two distinctive offenses became a fight for points amid some […]



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Early 2023 Kentucky NFL Draft Preview: After having four players chosen in 2022 the Cats look to increase that total in 2023.
Kevin McGuffey - Dec 30, 2021

Another Big Year Coming Up? With four players taken, including three in the first 65 picks, the 2022 NFL Draft was another successful one for Mark Stoops and Kentucky football. Even though seven players didn’t get selected, as many draft experts suggested, it’s still a great year. In fact, after not having anyone chosen in 2017 […]

Michael Hanich - Dec 30, 2021

After a wild and disappointing 2021 college football season from Big XII offenses, 2022 will be a new season for most teams to return their high-caliber offenses. One of the biggest areas that Big XII offenses have to replace is the tight end position. While some teams are getting key additions through the NCAA Transfer […]

Gerry Bohanon Transfers To USF
Nicholas Simonelli - Dec 30, 2021

Gerry Bohanon Transfers to USF Former Baylor starting QB Gerry Bohanon is transferring to the USF Bulls. The huge pickup comes a little after the Spring game. Gerry Bohanon transfers to USF with 1-2 years of eligibility left, in hopes he can end his career on a high note with the Bulls. Bohanon is a […]

Two Penguins on USFL Rosters
Ian O'Brien - Dec 30, 2021

The “reboot” USFL’s inaugural season has shown mixed receptions and concern.  With that being said, it’s been a good resource for players getting opportunities.  Two of these players on rosters are former Penguins who look to help their teams this season and get a shot back in the NFL. Two Penguins On USFL Rosters: Charles […]

College Football’s Money Laundering

(EDITORIAL): NIL is dead for college football already. Long live the Collectives. Maybe in various forms of media coverage of the ever-changing college sports landscape, you may have been under the illusion that they are intrinsically tied together. NIL, or Name/Image/Likeness, was supposed to be the name of the game going forward. But just as […]

Michael Hanich - Dec 30, 2021

The Big XII Conference had a significant breakthrough this past season. For the first time since the 2014 season, the Oklahoma Sooners didn’t a conference championship title. The Baylor Bears and the Oklahoma State Cowboys were the representatives of the Conference Championship game mostly because of their defense. Oklahoma State finished first in the Big […]

Best Big XII Linebackers

As we continue our look at the best returning players for the Big XII, we move on to the linebackers. Like the defensive backs position that we previously previewed, the linebackers have undergone a transformation in modern-day college football. Some teams still use the old-school 4-3 alignment. Others have gone to a 3-4 scheme. In […]

Phillip Jordan - Dec 30, 2021

The Big 12 is a conference at an interesting moment in its history. It is in the middle of change with two teams leaving in the coming years and four more entering. The league just went through another NFL Draft without a first-round pick, but it is not without talent. This is especially true at […]