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No. 5 Auburn continues to roll on offense, defeats South Carolina 42-35

The South Carolina Gamecocks threw everything they had at the fifth-ranked Auburn Tigers, and it simply wasn’t enough. Auburn continues to prove week in and week out why its one of the most dangerous teams in the nation. The program’s 42-35 victory over South Carolina Saturday is just another example. To borrow an old tagline:…

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Poor decision costs No. 3 Ole Miss as Rebels lose to No. 24 LSU 10-7

Death Valley claimed another victim Saturday night. The No. 3 Ole Miss Rebels fell to the 24th-ranked LSU Tigers 10-7 even though Les Miles‘ squad nearly had the game slip away. With nine seconds remaining, Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze made a dumbfounding decision. After initially allowing his kicker to line up to attempt…

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Police Blotter

10/25/2014 — Iowa linebacker Reggie Spearman charged with operating while intoxicated. 10/22/2014 — Rutgers wide receiver Ruhann Peele charged with simple assault. 10/21/2014 — Cincinnati quarterbackJarred Evans charged with misdemeanor assault. 10/21/2014 — Oklahoma State wide receiver Jhajuan Seales and cornerback Juwan Offray charged with public intoxication. 10/17/2014 — Oklahoma football chaplain Kent Bowles charged with possession of a controlled…

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Bear Bryant Award releases 20-coach watch list

In this latest watch list, it’s all about the Big 12 and SEC, with a healthy sprinkling of the Pac-12 for good measure. The Bear Bryant Award announced Friday a watch list for its annual Coach of the Year that consists of 20 coaches from seven of the 10 FBS conferences.  It’s mainly, though, a…

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Bill Snyder, three Heisman winners on College Football Hall of Fame ballot

The ballots for the College Football Hall of Fame have been released. A total of 75 FBS players and six FBS coaches appear on the ballot, as well as 87 players and 25 coaches from all other divisions of football. Some of the notable names on the ballot includes three Heisman Trophy winners (Colorado running…

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Does the AP poll have an SEC bias?

This week’s latest Associated Press top 25 poll features four teams from the SEC in the top five, which has helped to ignite the discussion about a perceived SEC bias from poll voters. Is it legitimate? Looking to defend the integrity of its poll, the AP decided to dig into the numbers to see if there is…

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FSU still No. 2, Miss. State remains on top of coaches poll

Florida State actually lost ground following a win over Notre Dame, and Mississippi State remains on top of the Amway Coaches Poll this week. Mississippi State remains in first place in the coaches poll with 36 first-place votes. Florida State follows in second place once again this week, now with 22 first-place votes. Ole Miss picked…

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Week 8, Statistically Speaking

A numerical snapshot of the week that was in college football… 0 — Rushing yards for Tennessee as it was tripped up by Ole Miss in Oxford.  Three different Vols had negative yards rushing, led by quarterback Justin Worley‘s minus-41. 0 — Through seven games, the number of interceptions Wyoming has, the only team in the…

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Sumlin says Texas A&M loss was “unacceptable and embarrassing”

Some coaches say there are performances that make you just want to burn the game film and never speak of it again. If Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin subscribes to that philosophy, this weekend’s loss at Alabama may see the game film burned right away in College Station. Alabama thumped the Aggies in Tuscaloosa…

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Time to debate which one-loss team is the best

There may be just four undefeated teams remaining in college football, but the real watch is on the one-loss teams that are now battling for positioning in the eyes of the College Football Playoff committee. This much is certain; there will be a team with at least one loss in the College Football Playoff. With four…

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And then there were four undefeated teams

Florida State handed Notre Dame its first loss of the season last night, thanks in large part to an offensive pass interference call wiping off a go-ahead touchdown scored by the Irish in the final minute. With Notre Dame taking a loss, the number of undefeated teams in college football was reduced to four: Florida State,…

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The Fifth Quarter: Week 8 Rewind

As is the case each and every season, each and every week, any omission below is not on purpose, it’s merely intentional. FSU IN SEEDING DRIVER’S SEAT Entering Week 8, seven weekends of the 2014 college football season were already in the books. Seven more after this weekend await. That means Week 8 served as…

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SEC does away with Week 1 conference games

The SEC will adopt new scheduling policies in 2015. Most of the details regarding the SEC schedule in 2015 were already known, but Tuesday night the conference unveiled each school’s individual schedule and shared more information about the conference’s plans. Among the scheduling news to come out Tuesday night was the announcement the conference will…

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John Mackey Award announces 33-member midseason Watch List

The John Mackey Award released its 33-name midseason Watch List on Monday and, considering the state of the position in college football, this may very well be the only 33 names that meet its criteria. We all remember the Jace Amaro fiasco last year, where the Texas Tech tight end was first deemed not eligible for the…

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Your new betting favorite for the college football national championship is…

Oh, you thought the Big Ten was dead after two weeks? Las Vegas has something you should know. Michigan State is the new future odds favorite to win the College Football Playoff national championship game this season. The Spartans have been upgraded to 13/2 odds according to VegasInsider.com. Last season’s BCS national champion, Florida State,…

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