Things We Learned In College Week Two

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By Lindsay Higgins (College Football Editor), Last Word on College Football My prediction of multiple lousy games this week was correct- the price we paid for an exciting week one. Week two was not, however, a total loss. Here’s what we learned: Things We Learned In College Week Two SEC Nick Saban is not a laid-back […] READ MORE


PAC-12 Head Coaches on the Hot Seat

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The PAC-12 is arguably one of the more stable conferences currently for head coaches so there are less obvious hot seat candidates heading into 2016. USC usually have sky high expectations but have only recently hired Clay Helton so he should at least be given more than just this season in charge. Most of the […] READ MORE



N'keal Harry Signs with Arizona State

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Five star wide receiver N’keal Harry has signed his letter of intent making his decision official as he will play for Todd Graham and the Arizona State Sun Devils. The 6’3″ 210 receiver  and Chandler, Arizona native chose the Sun Devils over Arizona, Oregon, Texas A&M and Washington. He is rated by Rivals as the […] READ MORE





Things We Learned In College: Week 9 In College Football

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There is absolutely nothing better than when Halloween falls on a Saturday. College football all day, candy all night (living in a neighborhood with very few children has its perks), and, as a bonus, an extra hour of sleep in the morning. Any presidential candidate who wants to make this a regular thing, you have […] READ MORE


Pac 12 Breakdown: Shifting Landscape

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Utah (6-1, 3-1) bowed to USC (4-3, 2-2) at the Coliseum, but the Utes still control the South. Meanwhile, will the Trojans’ fuel from that impressive 42-24 conquest last week down the home stretch? Will Stanford’s roll end in a once unlikely pit called Pullman? The Cardinal (6-1, 5-0) look like the clear favorite in the […] READ MORE