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One of the best games of the College Football week 1 has the Wisconsin Badgers taking on the LSU Tigers, this Saturday at 9 PM ET, at NRG Stadium, in Houston, Texas. Read More
Arguably the most interesting game in the 2014 College Football week 1 features the Clemson Tigers taking on the Georgia Bulldogs, this Saturday at 5:30 PM ET, at Sanford Stadium. Read More
The Florida State Seminoles will start to defend their crown this Saturday at the AT&T Stadium, Arlington, in Texas, when they take on the Oklahoma State Cowboys, at 8 PM ET. Read More
Let’s take a look at some of the most interesting games in the College Football Week 1; after all, there’s plenty to choose from in a busy sports weekend. Read More
The Michigan Stage Spartans, one of the top contenders to end with one of the playoffs spots at the end of the season, will start their journey against the Jacksonville State Gamecocks, this Friday night at 7:30 PM ET at Spartan Stadium. Read More
With three straight top-10 finishes, the South Carolina Gamecocks have experienced unprecedented success. Head coach Steve Spurrier has established a new standard in a program where mediocrity was once the norm. This season, the Gamecocks hope to take the next step and reach championship levels.
Coming off their BCS National Championship win, Florida State is favored to repeat this season.
Coming off their third straight 5-7 season, the Tennessee Volunteers look to break that trend and qualify for a bowl this year. And while the Vols only return ten starters, second year coach Butch Jones has an abundance of young talent.
The Baylor Bears are coming off their most successful season in program history. After winning their first ever Big 12 title in 2013, the Bears appeared in the Fiesta Bowl. And despite their BCS loss to Central Florida, the experience of playing in a big-time bowl game will help moving forward.
The Penn State Nittany Lions football program has two years remaining on its four-year bowl ban. But the crippling NCAA sanctions (which include scholarship reductions) haven’t stopped the team from posting winning records the last two seasons. Read More
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The Giants and Lions both fell short of the playoffs last year each playing in divisions that earned just one postseason slot. Detroit was alive until the Giants beat them 23-20 in overtime during week 16 in Michigan. It also put the final nail in Lions coach Jim Schwartz’s coffin. Detroit seemed on their way to victory leading 20-13 late in the fourth quarter but New York scored a defense touchdown to tie the game, and kicked a game winning field goal on their second possession of overtime. The Lions final five chances with the ball ended with four punts and a defensive score. New York was limited to just 41 yards on the ground on 21 carries while the Lions scampered for 148 yards. The teams combined for five turnovers.
It’s been a busy summer for teams in the East’s Southeast Division. Miami lost LeBron James, which automatically made for a bad summer, but did recuperate pretty nicely. Charlotte is slowly becoming a very good team. Washington was busy in free agency but will still rely on guards John Wall and Bradley Beal. Orlando remains on the rebuilding path. And finally, the Atlanta Hawks made some small but solid moves this summer. Let’s take a closer look at each team’s offseason:
We continue our offseason grades with a look at the West’s Northwest Division. Denver had a fruitful offseason, building both through the draft and by trading for Arron Afflalo. Utah and Minnesota are rebuilding, but both teams added exciting prospects who have superstar potential. Meanwhile, Oklahoma City and Portland are still the class of the division, but really failed to make game-changing moves. Here’s how it all turned out: