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Pac-12 Best Week 1 Record Vs. SOS

The Pac-12 survived upset bids 4,694 miles apart, and Cal went to the Midwest to help match the SEC's 5-2 mark in Week 1 and take Week 1 honors, while CUSA went 5-5 to finish as the 6th best Week 1 conference behind the Big 5. Breitbart's preseason projection showed the SEC going 1199-397 (75%) against all other FBS opponents to 1003-389 (72%) for the Pac-12, but in Week 1 the Pac-12's 5-2 mark came against tougher competition. 31 Aug 2014

Michael Sam Not Claimed on Waivers

Michael Sam, attempting to become the first openly gay player in the NFL, was not claimed on waivers on Sunday after he was cut on Saturday by the St. Louis Rams. The team had to cut four players in order to set its 53-man roster, and Sam was one of the four players cut. 31 Aug 2014

Projections of All 7,406 Match-ups & How They Were Calculated

The following are the projected NON-CONFERENCE records for all 129 FBS teams assuming they played every other team except those in their conference (a total of 7,406 total non-conference games). The projected conference record is the starting basis for the Method 1 weekly ratings. The following are the basic components of how these are calculated: 31 Aug 2014

Bass Pro Shops 'Proud to Stand By' Tony Stewart

On Saturday, Bass Pro Shops announced that it would stand by NASCAR champion Tony Stewart, who will return to the track for the first time this weekend since being involved in a fatal accident on a dirt track that killed Kevin Ward, Jr.  30 Aug 2014

Best Conference? Breakdown of Each Game This Weekend

On Friday, Conference USA was established as the best of the "other five" conferences. Saturday the pecking order of the big five will be determined by if Wisconsin can upset LSU and/or Clemson can upset Georgia to challenge the long-reign of the SEC, while the Big 12 would like to follow-up on Oklahoma's thrashing of Alabama in the Sugar Bowl with an Oklahoma State upset of defending champ Florida State. 30 Aug 2014

College Football Preview: 10 Questions for New Playoff Era

When Georgia lost a heartbreaker to Clemson to open last season, 38-35, its title hopes were effectively dashed. Thanks for playing. That won't be the case this year. If Georgia loses to Clemson on Saturday, they will still be in the title hunt--so long as they win their next game against South Carolina. If Michigan State loses to Oregon in week 2, their season won't be done--so long as they win the Big Ten. If Alabama or Florida State get shocked on Saturday, they too will still be alive. Welcome to college football's new playoff era, where more teams can cling to hope and one early season loss won't destroy a season. The regular season will be just as, if not more, meaningful and intense even with a four-team playoff at the end. 30 Aug 2014


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