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Impact Players Who Missed All or Most of the 2016 ...

The pending return of players back to the lineup creates a lot of excitement and optimism to the team, coaches and of course the fan base. But, most importantly, their return back to the field can simply mean the difference between a winning record, a bowl invite, and even a national title. Below is a list of some “impact players” who will be returning to the playing field this season after missing all or most of last season...

2017 College Football Graduate Transfers & Th...

Graduate transfers are college football’s quick-fix “free agents,” sort of like in the NFL, but with mainly just one year to play. Once they qualify (earn an undergraduate degree), they can transfer to any school they want to without penalty, for the remainder of their college eligibility. Most graduate transfers are one-and-done, but some do have 2 years of eligibility left to play. Who said football players were all brawn...

2017 College Football Quarterback Transfers

The growing trend in the offseason, the past few years, has been the high number of top-rated quarterbacks (3, 4 & 5-star) choosing to transfer to new schools. Graduate transfers are college football’s quick-fix “free agents” and can play at any FBS level school of their choice without having to sit out a season, giving the player the opportunity to extend his career (example, last year Pitt’s grad transfer QB Nathan...

2017 Coaches on the HOT SEAT

2017 Coaches on the HOT SEAT Every school is different when it comes to their head football coach. Some are looking to improve their program and get out of the cellar. Some look to get to bowl games, hopefully on a regular basis. And then there are some where bowl games are simply not enough as they want nothing less than a national championship title or, at minimum, a yearly chance at being in the CFB playoffs…Period!...

College Football Head Coaching Changes for 2017

In the last 5 seasons, there have been an average of 23.4 “new” head coaches each year taking the field. This season, we started off with 21 “new” HC’s; however, with the unexpected (June 7th) retirement of Oklahoma’s coach Bob Stoops, we now have a total of 22 new head coaches entering this upcoming football season. Below is a little bit about each one.  PJ Fleck, Minnesota In PJ Fleck’s first season at WMU he went 1-11 and...

2017 college football win totals for all 130 FBS t...

I’ve previously posted about 2017 college football win totals here and here. Both were partial lists. But we now have a complete list — all 130 FBS teams — of 2017 college football win totals courtesy of South Point Sportsbook in Las Vegas. Here is the South Point Sportsbook’s 2017 college football win totals for all 130 FBS teams: ACC Clemson: 9.5 (Over -110, Under -110) Florida State: 9.5 (Over...

2017 College Football Games of the Year Point Spre...

The South Point Sportsbook in Las Vegas released their 2017 College Football Games of the Year point spreads yesterday.     South Point opened lines on 66 of the college football season’s marquee games.   The South Point’s opening lines (home team in CAPS): Saturday, Sept. 9 CLEMSON  7  Auburn PENN STATE  19  Pittsburgh Iowa  2  IOWA STATE OHIO STATE  8  Oklahoma Texas Christian  6  ARKANSAS OREGON  4  Nebraska...

More 2017 College Football Season Win Totals

Last week, a few Sportsbooks started posting 2017 college football season win totals for a few select schools.  Yesterday, Las Vegas sportsbook operator CG Technology released several more 2017 college football season win totals. As always, these totals are for the regular season only, and do not include any conference championship games, bowl games or playoff games. Here are the CG Technology 2017 college football season...

2017 COLLEGE FOOTBALL SEASON WIN TOTALS

A few Sportsbooks, including BetOnline,  started posting 2017 college football season win totals last week for a few select schools.      ALABAMA: 10.5  (-425 O / +325 U) The Tide have won 11 or more games in eight of the past nine seasons. FLORIDA STATE:  10.5 (+125 O / -155 U) FSU  has hit double-digit victories in each of the past five years. But a young team and a tough schedule that includes Alabama,...

The 2017-18 College Football Postseason Schedule

The 2017-18 College Football postseason schedule begins with the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl on Saturday, December 16th and will conclude on Monday, January 8th with the College Football Playoff National Championship game from Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA. Date Time[ET]  Game Network Sat, Dec 16  1 p.m.  R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl ESPN 2:30 p.m. AutoNation Cure Bowl CBSSN 3:30 p.m. Las Vegas Bowl ABC 4:30...

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