So what is a big-time BCS Buster to do when the big non-conference win they thought they’d notched on the road is exposed as something south of truly impressive? That’s the dilemma now facing Boise State, who watched in disbelief as FCS power James Madison went into Blacksburg and upset Virginia Tech. Despite having a […]
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Terrelle Pryor and Denard Robinson highlight the Heisman Watch after the second week of the college football season.
John Mitchell: Wow. What an incredible week of college football that was capped off by the incredible game between Boise State and Virginia Tech Monday night. Week one set the table for a great slate of games in the second weekend. With me as always to discuss it are Zach Bigalke and Matt Strobl. Zach […]
The opening weekend of college football has passed and what an incredible week it was. After one week, you normally don’t get a good read on who has submitted themselves as Hesiman candidates. But, what you do get to see are how those preseason favorites for the stiff-arm trophy perform and if they are as […]
The first weekend of games is in the books, and we have our first visuals to go off of for 2010 when gauging each team’s relative chances at busting into the BCS this season. Four of the top-five teams from the preseason Power Rankings ended up winning their season opener; it was the fifth, which […]
John Mitchell: It’s finally here. This is my favorite time of the year and college football is ready to begin. I hope you enjoyed our conference previews. As always, Zach Bigalke and Matt Strobl are joining me in our first in-season edition of the tailgater. Zach Bigalke: We were already treated to a real thriller last night […]
Zach Bigalke: College football season is right around the corner, and we’re down to the non-AQ conferences in our Tailgater season preview series. Today we’ll start with the two conferences that have been as much on the radar in the past week for their back-and-forth battle for teams as they have been in the past […]
All those teams in the five conferences without an auto-qualifier to the BCS have some big shoes to fill, after 2009 gave us the first chance ever to see two teams bust into the BCS. Of course, the powers that be felt it necessary to protect the sanctity of the six BCS conferences, and decided […]