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2018 College Football Preseason Rankings and Analysis

There are 229 days of college football off season. A lot can happen between Tua’s surprise emergence as the 2018 College Football National Championship MVP and the August 25th start of the 2019 season. Think about all the college football that could’ve been played in those 229 days, but wasn’t.

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LSU’s Head Coach Orgeron Potentially Facing Reverse Recruiting Violations

Ed Orgeron is on the verge of being cited for reverse-recruiting violations by the NCAA, as he recently admitted on record to accepting soul food from recruits and parents in exchange for a chance to be scouted. Coach Orgeron led the LSU Tigers to a 9-4 record last year, but critics

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Incumbent Starters vs. Potential: 2018’s NCAA QB Battles

It’s past July 4, the meat sweats have subsided and the fireworks have mercilessly ended. That means it’s almost time for college football. Fall camps start in a few weeks, so for right now, we’ll have to survive on Nick Saban fan fiction and analysis based off of spring games,

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2018 College Quarterbacks That May End Up Overseas

With the NFL draft approaching, players and fans alike wait excitedly and apprehensively to hear the right name get called by right team. Many of the country’s best signal-callers will don the snapback hat of the team that fate has brought them to. With five quarterbacks expected to go in

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Which college has the most players in the NBA?

Since it's March Madness, why not see if teams'  success in the NCAA tournament translates to success in the NBA. Average tournament seed and missed tournaments are since 2009 (so over the last 10 NCAA tournaments). Of the top 10 teams, only UCONN and Indiana missed this year's tournament (UCLA and Syracuse

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Biggest NCAA Tournament Snubs

USC Southern Cal made it to the Pac-12 championship game against Arizona. They were the #2 seed in the conference, ahead of #4 seed UCLA, who is in against St. Bonaventure in the First Four for the East #11 seed. Even more bizarre is that Arizona State is in over USC,

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Derrius Guice Asked if He “Likes Men” During Team Interview at Combine

Derrius Guice is one of the top running back prospects in the 2018 NFL draft class. He did well at the combine in the physical drills, running a 4.49 40-yard dash, the fifth best among running backs. Off the field however, he had a different experience than some of the

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Ivy League Playoff Scenarios

March Madness has arrived right on time in the Ivy League, with the second to last day of regular season games possibly hinting at what could come in the second Ivy League Conference tournament. Earlier tonight, Princeton and Brown faced each other, with the winner guaranteeing themselves a chance to

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The Unique Ivy League Conference Tournament Format

Beginning March 10th, the Ivy League Men’s Basketball Conference tournament will commence for the only second time ever. Quite a shocking thought given that every other conference in Division I has long held their own conference tournament and the winner receives an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament later in

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