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College Football Post Week 9!

Tweet The 2015 college football season began September 3 and regular season ends December 12 putting us just past week 9 of college football season. That means that we’re getting

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Miami vs. Fla. State Highlights This Week’s Action

Tweet For the second time this season, two highly regarded ACC teams will duke it out. Two weeks ago Florida State gave Clemson a beat down for the ages, romping

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Shut Out: Smaller Conferences Seek New Bowl Games

Tweet Playing 35 bowl games each year may not be enough. With just 125 Division 1-A (FBS) teams battling it out for 70 positions, new games may yet be in

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Scramble at the Top & Gonzaga Moves Up

Tweet The Indiana Hoosiers solidified their hold on the top spot this past week, taking in all but one of the 65 first-place votes as announced on Monday. The very

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On a Roll: Miami Makes its Case For No. 1

Tweet The Indiana Hoosiers remain atop the national standings, but its position there is a precarious one at best. Moving ever close to the Hoosiers is the the University of

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Miami Moves Into The Fab Four

Tweet What a year this has been so far for men’s college basketball. Indiana, the preseason No. 1 pick, is still the top ranked team in the nation, but at

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Week 2: Are You Convinced Yet?

Tweet The first week of the 2010 college football season is behind us, capped by a fascinating Boise State win over Virginia Tech. Some people are still surprised each time

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Kickoff Weekend For Big Time College Football

Tweet I noticed on cable last weekend that several college football games were being played, but quickly realized that those tilts involved lower division schools. With a playoff system in

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FIU Picks Football Team Over Cheerleaders

Tweet Florida International University (FIU) in Miami, like so many colleges and universities these days, has been experiencing financial difficulties. As part of their plan to reign in costs, the