How Curtis Samuel Earned a Key Role in Ohio State’s Offense

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Via Last Word on College Football, by Rob Gritzer Before the season started, junior Curtis Samuel had never touched the ball more than 70 times or more than 425 yards. In 2016, Samuel currently has 1,526 yards on 156 touches with 15 touchdowns. Despite the offense not looking like a top five offense for parts of […] READ MORE


College Football Playoff Hopes for Top Eight Teams

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By Omar Noujoum from LastWordOnCollegeFootball.com The College Football Playoff Committee has released the penultimate rankings. More important than where each team stands is each team’s path to the Playoffs. Below is immediate analysis on how each of the top eight teams can get to the Playoffs. #1 Alabama: The Crimson Tide are by far the […] READ MORE





College Football Preview; Week 9

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From Last Word on College Football, by Tony Siracusa In honor of the current election news cycle, the college football preview this week has maps. In fact, we are all over the map this weekend. We have red states and blue states. We have swing states and toss up states. We have original states and […] READ MORE


DK’s 2016 Week 9 CFB Game Picks

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Week 8 was good for the Game Picks’ season average, but bad for the columnists heart. This week promises to bring games that will further clarify the conference standings from coast-to-coast. Let’s dig into the pre-Halloween goodie bag. DK’s 2016 Week 9 CFB Game Picks All game times in Eastern Daylight Time. Last Week:    […] READ MORE


College Football Preview; Week 7

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From Last Word on College Football, Tony Siracusa Raising a teenager can remind you of your youth, especially as you see them on weekends when getting out of bed at 1pm becomes their chosen path. They roll out into the family room, eyes half-closed as if they really aren’t awake yet and wonder what it […] READ MORE



College Football Preview; Week 5

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From Last Word on College Football, Tony Siracusa Last week I took to the college football pulpit to proclaim that some teams needed to stop being so benevolent and take back what they wanted. Some teams listened, (looking at you, Tennessee), while others held on to their overt altruism, (Bruins). I have decided, unilaterally of […] READ MORE