Is College Football’s Bermuda Triangle back?

The state of Florida is home to three of college football’s most storied programs. Florida, Florida State, and Miami have each made their mark in college football on a national scale, and can be considered the Bermuda Triangle of college football. Almost every year, teams pass through one of the the three programs and come... Continue Reading →

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5 Reasons the Clemson Tigers Will Win the 2018 National Championship

  With the first game less than two months away excitement is starting to build among Clemson fans as we look forward to the 2018 season. The Tigers are on their most successful run in school history, winning the 2016 national championship and making the College Football Playoff each of the last three seasons.  This... Continue Reading →

CFB Needs Rivalry Games

For an avid college football fan, the offseason can seem a lot longer than seven months between the final whistle of the national championship game and the first whistle of preseason training camp in August. Sure, fans can banter about recruiting rankings, spring position battles, coaching searches, and the like, but nothing compares to the... Continue Reading →

Why Jarrett Guarantano Gets The Start

This article was written by Sean Heath, Tennessee Volunteers correspondent.  Jeremy Pruitt has stated it’s an open quarterback competition but really the choice is obvious, Jarrett Guarantano is currently the future of the Tennessee Volunteers.  Off season chatter has touched on many areas, but speculation exists that Stanford graduate transfer Keller Chryst will be the... Continue Reading →

Top 5 SEC Defenses for 2018

The Southeastern Conference and defense.  The two go hand in hand. If any one conference is known for something, it’s defense in the SEC.  NFL.com says that the SEC has produced 225 defensive players who were drafted into the NFL since 2010. That list includes some notable studs such as Morris Claiborne, Derrick Barnett, and... Continue Reading →

Do We Really Need More Bowls?

On June 11, the NCAA decided to add three new bowl games to the college football season. Two of the rumored sites for these games are Chicago and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. I'm sure Myrtle Beach would be a decent December destination and all, but Chicago that time of year could make for a fairly... Continue Reading →

The Case for College Football Expansion

Unless you’re covering a live event, such as a press conference or a game, one fun thing about being a sports writer is you can take a bit of creative license with the subject of your work. What you propose can’t be completely off the wall, like the notion of underwater basket weaving championships being... Continue Reading →

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