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Texas vs Oklahoma
Steen Kirby - Oct 11, 2019

Steen Kirby, John Bava, and Yesh Ginsburg offer their predictions for a slate of huge college football matchups this week including Texas vs Oklahoma in the Red River Rivalry, and Florida vs LSU in an SEC showdown. #11 Texas vs #6 Oklahoma (Saturday in Dallas, TX) Line: Oklahoma by 10.5 Steen: Rivalry games always matter, […]


Keys To Victory In The Camping World Kickoff
Hebreu Maxis - Aug 24, 2019

The college football season will kick off its 150th season with a renewed rivalry. Miami and Florida last met in 2013 but the emotion of a rivalry is still present. Although the matchup hasn’t been as frequent as many would like, there is still a familiarity on both sides. Players like Trajan Bandy and C.J. […]

top 25 stadiums in college football

Stadiums in college football can be one of the biggest impacts in the game today. Whether it is from the intimidation of the sheer size of the stadium, the loud student section, or the discomfort of being away from home the best stadiums can make it tough to get a road victory. Now, from a […]

Nick Saban
Michael Hanich - May 20, 2019

Head coach Nick Saban has always believed in the idea of a complete team. At the same time, he is also not afraid to use the overall strength of a statistically dominant player to carry the team to victory. Alabama has been a historically successful program before Saban arrived in Tuscaloosa. One of the holes […]

Girl Scout Cookie season is similar to college football season; everyone craves it in the off-season. The yearning, followed by the dread when it ends almost as soon as it started. “I will freeze them and make them last longer.” But who are you kidding? Those cookies will never make it to the freezer; you […]

Kentucky Caps A Historic Season With Citrus Bowl Victory
Kevin McGuffey - Jan 2, 2019

Kentucky Caps A Historic Season With Citrus Bowl Victory Throughout the 2018 season, the Kentucky Football team has been rewriting history. With a 27-24 win over Penn State in Camping World Stadium in Orlando, the Cats added a few more to their list. With both individual and team honors, let’s take a look at how […]

Travis Knobbe - Dec 19, 2018

Dreshun Miller was long considered a solid LSU commitment, as he gave his verbal pledge to the Tigers way back in June. Miller, however, visited Texas A&M and West Virginia late in the cycle. And he particularly liked what he saw in Morgantown in early December. As a result, the SEC flip delivered his letter […]

Dan Mullen and the Florida Gators have officially signed their top offensive line commit in four-star offensive guard Yousef Mugharbil.
Hector Rodriguez - Dec 19, 2018

Dan Mullen and the Florida Gators coaching staff have signed one of their top offensive commits. Three-star offensive guard and Florida commit Ethan White has signed his NLI to the University of Florida. This is a big signing for the Gators as they landed White early in the recruiting process. Florida head coach Dan Mullen […]

Dan Mullen and the Florida Gators have officially signed their top offensive line commit in four-star offensive guard Yousef Mugharbil.
Hector Rodriguez - Dec 19, 2018

Dan Mullen and the Florida Gators coaching staff have signed one of their top defensive commits. Four-star outside linebacker and Florida commit Mohamoud Diabate has signed his NLI to the University of Florida. This is the fifth linebacker Mullen has signed in his first two recruiting classes at the University of Florida. Mohamoud Diabate is […]

Dan Mullen and the Florida Gators have officially signed their top offensive line commit in four-star offensive guard Yousef Mugharbil.
Hector Rodriguez - Dec 19, 2018

Dan Mullen and the Florida Gators coaching staff have signed one of their most solid offensive commits. Three-star wide receiver and Florida commit Dionte Marks has signed his NLI to the University of Florida. This is a nice signing for the Gators as Marks was committed to the Florida Gators once he received the offer. […]

It is typical this time of year to sort of recap the season just completed. You review what worked and what didn’t and what of those pieces you have coming back for the next year to get a sense of what might be ahead. UCLA Football; Looking Back And Ahead It’s different with UCLA though. […]

At Last Word, we like to dig deep into college football analysis. We don’t do a lot of pre-game match-up pieces. But UCLA and Cincinnati have no history against each other in football. And the Pac 12 and AAC have limited experience together, (UCLA has played Memphis and Houston). So, we throw the formula out […]

Bo Scarbrough
John Hesterman - Apr 15, 2018

As a sophomore, Bo Scarbrough showed how dangerous he could be, rushing for 180 yards in the Peach Bowl. He was named offensive MVP for his performance.

The NCAA Basketball tournament is one of the biggest sporting events of the year. The excitement of the upsets, the tension of last-second shots, and pageantry of the student-athletes provide what is only known as “The Madness.” Even though the tournament is over, here at Last Word on College Football we have just begun. Movies and football […]

North Dakota State Are FCS National Champions, AGAIN North Dakota State Are FCS National Champions, AGAIN.  NDSU has a long legacy of winning.  Saturday night the 40th FCS Championship was played at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas.  NDSU won its 6th national championship in seven years in front of a standing room only crowd of 19,090.  […]

James Madison and North Dakota State Square Off For FCS Championship
Brendan Dzwierzynski - Jan 4, 2018

The James Madison Dukes and North Dakota State Bison are set for the FCS rematch of the year this weekend. But, unlike last year’s playoff meeting between the two, this year the matchup will determine the national champion. With seven national championships between them, these two teams know what it takes to bring home the […]



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Travis Knobbe - Jan 4, 2018

Mountaineer Moments in Adversity Part Three We continue our mid-Summer coverage of the West Virginia Mountaineers by tracking the theme started two weeks ago in Mountaineer Moments in Adversity. We offered Part Two last week. This week, we bring you part three and look at one of the moments since joining the Big XII when […]

Aidan Thomas - Jan 4, 2018

The ACC’s best-returning linebackers are a dangerous group. The top-three list includes a pair of teammates. The conference boasts a host of strong pass-rushers as well as linebackers excelling in coverage. The players cracking this list have generally featured an ability to do both at an elite level, earning them plenty of respect heading into […]

Travis Knobbe - Jan 4, 2018

College Football Ted Lasso Style? Another day, another monumental change in the college football landscape. Within hours after rumors broke that USC and UCLA spurned the PAC-12 for the Big Ten, we received confirmation that the Big Ten was heading west. Certainly, the move makes financial sense for both sides. The Big Ten lands a […]

Impact of USC and UCLA moving
Mike Loveall - Jan 4, 2018

Another seismic shift has occurred in college football as we take a look at the impact of USC and UCLA moving to the Big Ten.

Goodbye To The Pac-12?

It was a year ago this Summer that the ACC, the Big Ten, and the Pac-12 announced a three-conference alliance. The point of it was to create a unified voting block to fend off the SEC and ESPN shoving their playoff expansion plans down the throat of college football. Newly named Pac-12 commissioner George Kliavkoff […]

Kentucky Lands Two Transfers
Kevin McGuffey - Jan 4, 2018

Adding Depth At Skill Positions Heading into 2022 the Kentucky Wildcats have one of the best running back rooms in the SEC. However, due to an off-the-field issue potential All-American candidate Chris Rodriguez’s status is a bit cloudy. While the Cats have plenty of players ready to step up as we learned back in 2019 […]

Aidan Thomas - Jan 4, 2018

The ACC best returning tight ends could have a major impact on this year’s results. In the modern era of pass-heavy college offenses, tight ends are becoming a more valuable commodity. Having a pass-catcher that can be more physical than defensive backs downfield, but also faster than linebackers in the slot, can provide an X-factor […]

Travis Knobbe - Jan 4, 2018

Mountaineer Recruiting Momentum We last provided an update to the West Virginia Mountaineers’ 2023 recruiting class in May. Since then, WVU has added several commitments, with a couple more likely looming over the next few weeks. So far, so good on that front as we take a look at the Mountaineer recruiting momentum. The Headliners […]