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Arizona & NC State Football 2015 – Bette...

ARIZONA OFFENSE There is plenty of skill position talent & experience, an area Rich Rod teams are rarely short on.  QB Anu Solomon returns along with RB Nick Wilson (who rushed for nearly 1,400 yards as a true last year) and 2 starting WR’s led by one of the best in the country Jr. Cayleb Jones (73/1,019 last year).  They do have some issues along the offensive line, as both starting tackles need to be replaced along...

2015 SEC West Season Win Totals

The Southeastern conference perhaps acts as a mantelpiece for college football. A rich tradition and storied history deeply rooted within the fanbases, the game comes as second nature, with potential petitions for inscribing Nick Saban and Steve Spurrier-like replicas amidst the crevices of Mount Rushmore.   So when 5 Dimes opened up win totals for the FBS, one core of clubs that sought keen proofreading was the SEC. ...

2015 ACC Preview: Atlantic Division

Patrick Donovan (@SportsBoss) has shared his 2015 ACC Preview: Atlantic Division with us. 2015 ACC Preview: Atlantic Division  In our first conference preview installment of the summer we are breaking down the ACC, starting with the Atlantic Division, the better of the two divisions having won the last four conference championships.  This portion of my preview will look at each team using an opening, good news, bad news...

Indiana Football 2015 – Better, worse or abo...

INDIANA OFFENSE Some parts of the offense will be better and others will be worse, so overall I think it will be the same. Of course, the Hoosiers lost 2,000-yard running back Tevin Coleman to the pros, so not having him will be a detriment to the offense. Coming in to replace Coleman is UAB transfer Jordan Howard, who had a strong season last year but will be hard-pressed to match the production that Coleman brought to the...

Baylor Football 2015 – Better, worse or abou...

BAYLOR OFFENSE Obviously losing Bryce Petty and Antwan Goodley is significant but the Bears return 8 starters and a ton of production from a team that led the nation with 48.2 points per game and 581 yards per game. Corey Coleman and KD Cannon headline the returnees as the only returning WR duo in college football that each had 1,000 yards receiving in 2014. Jay Lee will start the year as the third WR but the Bears have a...

Virginia Tech & Iowa State Football 2015 R...

VIRGINIA TECH OFFENSE I expect Michael Brewer to again be the QB in 2015, and all indications are that he could develop in his second year as a starter.   Brewer will be playing behind a huge offensive line, but they will be less experienced after losing three players who started all 13 games last year. The Hokies have a stable of six running backs.  But they have no idea what the depth chart looks like. Trey Edmunds and JC...

Air Force Football 2015 – Better, worse or about t...

Air Force Falcons – Spring Preview The Air Force Falcons are coming off the greatest turnaround in the school’s history. In 2014, the Falcons were entering the season coming off a disastrous 2-10 injury filled season. After the Falcons conquered the Western Michigan Broncos in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl, they stood at the end of the 2014 season with a record of 10-3 and having miles of confidence heading into the...

Mississippi State Football 2015 – Better, worse or...

MISSISSIPPI STATE OFFENSE Coming off a year in which the Bulldogs averaged 37 points and 506 yards per game to lead the SEC, it’s hard to predict the MSU offense to be much better than it was in 2014. With that being said, the return of Heisman-candidate QB Dak Prescott and the deepest group of receivers Dan Mullen has had in Starkville will give the Bulldogs a chance to match the success they had last season. Expect to see...

Michigan & Syracuse Football 2015 – Better, w...

MICHIGAN OFFENSE It all depends on the quarterback play. I believe if Michigan had decent QB play the last couple of seasons, it wouldn’t be as disastrous as we saw. However, there’s a relative unknown with the position this season, which could be considered a good thing. It all comes down to who gets the nod at starter: Jake Rudock or Shane Morris. If Rudock gets the nod, he does bring a sense of stability at...

Boise State Football 2015 – Better, worse or about...

BOISE STATE OFFENSE Well, it’s always hard to tell after Spring Camp, but at first blush this seems like a no-brainer—worse. It’s not that Boise State’s offense looked particularly bad this Spring…they return a ton of pieces—the entire O-line, the lion’s share of the receiving corps, and nearly every tight end and running back. However, departed running back Jay Ajayi (NFL 5th round pick to...
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