The Continued Decline of the Iowa Offense Could Spell Controversy

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There are several ways to measure offensive efficiency in college football. Traditionally, yards per play and points per game give a general idea of how well an offense performs during the season. However, factoring in the opponent, personnel, and the situation, metrics can become a lot more advanced and reveal advantages and strengths. For the […] READ MORE


What Nick Saban Could Accomplish Through 2028

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Success has been with the Alabama Crimson Tide football program for a long time. It was, however, revitalized when Nick Saban arrived as head coach of the Tide in 2007. As the head coach of the Tide, Saban has accumulated an overall record of 165-23 (adjusted by NCAA sanctions), six National Championships, seven SEC Conference Championships, […] READ MORE


Clemson’s Top Victories Over Florida State

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Over the last 33 seasons, the Clemson Tigers and Florida State Seminoles have combined to win 24 ACC championships. This includes one of the two programs winning each of the last eight conference titles. Even with all of the changes to the league in the past 15 years, this is still the premiere match-up year […] READ MORE


Mountaineers Building Blue Collar Team

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The Mountaineers find themselves more than a week into fall camp.  The players have had their ups and downs. Head Coach Neal Brown called one early effort an “immature” practice.  But, while we have learned plenty about the attitude and improvement of the players, the staff and players have made one thing abundantly clear:  the […] READ MORE


Manny Diaz Set To Accept Temple Head Coaching Position

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Former Miami defensive coordinator Manny Diaz will become the new head coach of the Temple Owls, according to reliable reports.  The opening was created when former head coach Geoff Collins departed for Georgia Tech. He replaces the retiring Paul Johnson in Atlanta. Temple will play in the Independence Bowl versus Duke on December 27th. This will be […] READ MORE


The Modern Era of West Virginia Football

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In this first of this three-part series, we will look at the early modern era of West Virginia football and the Don Nehlen era to begin providing the deeper backdrop against which any current or future West Virginia football programs might best be judged. Ultimately, the purpose of the series is to examine just how […] READ MORE


Kentucky’s Music City Memories

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Kentucky’s Music City Memories December 29th marks the 20th edition of the Music City Bowl. When Kentucky and Northwestern kick off, it will be the fifth time the Wildcats have played in Nashville. That is more than any other team in college football; Minnesota is next with three appearances. With a 2-2 record in the bowl, let’s look back […] READ MORE