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The Gridiron Review: Week One in College Football

It is finally here. The opening week of college football season provided some great moments. Whether it was the number of upsets, the tight UGA-Clemson contest, the stellar performances of a number of true freshmen like Christian Hackenburg who is beginning a new era for Penn State, or any other exciting element, it was a great inaugural weekend for college football fans. Here is a rundown of Week 1: Sep 2, 2013 8:25 AM PT

Auburn Defeats Washington State, Proves SEC Superiority

This summer Washington State head coach Mike Leach said that the bottom half of the PAC 12 was better than the bottom half of the SEC. He was proven wrong Saturday when his Cougars were defeated by the Auburn Tigers, who were 0-8 in SEC play in 2012. Aug 31, 2013 8:30 PM PT

Former 'Sure Thing' Washes Out of NFL After Lackluster Career

Every year there are players in the draft that scouts understand are "boom or bust"-type players. These are guys whose raw athletic ability gives them the potential for stardom yet possess a flaw that could result in NFL failure. Aaron Curry was no such player; he was considered a "sure thing," except he turned out to be anything but. Aug 30, 2013 1:00 PM PT

Breitbart Sports Rankings: Cole Muzio's Top 25

In selecting the top 25, the easiest spots to choose were #1 and #2. There is no doubt in my mind that 2013 starts off with the Tide and the Buckeyes as the best teams in the country and the most likely to play in the final BCS title game. However, the game is played on the field, and, at this stage, polls mean nothing. Still, here are my preseason selections for top 25. Aug 29, 2013 10:35 PM PT

College Football Preview: Will Tide Roll in SEC?

Nick Saban is building a program unlike any we have seen in recent years. The Alabama Crimson Tide have now won three of the last four national titles, dominate in recruiting, and seem an unstoppable force in the college football world. For fans of other SEC teams, there is still a glimmer of hope. The last two seasons, the Tide have won championships, but lost to SEC foes in the regular season and nearly lost to Georgia in the SEC Championship. They are beatable. Moreover, the dominance of the conference is not just from Alabama, but Auburn, Florida, and LSU have all contributed to the streak of seven straight titles. Aug 29, 2013 2:08 PM PT

College Football Preview: Texas Favored in Big 12; Baylor, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, TCU Contenders

The Big 12 conference is not what it used to be, not only because it now only has ten teams, but because its powerhouse schools (Texas and Oklahoma) have not lived up to the hype in recent years. Both programs are feeling the heat, as expectations are always high for the two storied programs, while programs like Oklahoma State, TCU, Baylor, and Kansas State are building consistent winners. Aug 29, 2013 7:03 AM PT

College Football Preview: Ohio State Toast of Big Ten

College football fans who are sick of SEC dominance are looking to the Ohio State Buckeyes, who went from 6-6 to 12-0 in just one season under Urban Meyer, with a hopeful gaze, believing the Big Ten powerhouse could put an end to the SEC's seven-year reign. However, rival Michigan has put together a strong program under Brady Hoke, and Michigan State, Nebraska, Northwestern, Wisconsin, and Penn State could all be factors in the conference title chase. All still lag significantly behind the talented Buckeyes. Aug 29, 2013 6:24 AM PT

College Football Preview: FSU, Clemson Battle for ACC Supremacy

The ACC has been overlooked in recent years, mostly due to its elite teams (Florida State, Clemson, and Virginia Tech) losing in critical games and failing to make a serious run for a national title. With Florida State and Clemson fielding some of their better teams in recent years, this could conceivably be the year that pattern changes. Additionally, Miami, Virginia Tech, North Carolina, and Maryland all field teams that have top-15 potential although each are currently ranked outside of the Top 25 Aug 28, 2013 8:01 PM PT

College Football Preview: Top Five Offensive Linemen

There is a reason that six of the top eleven selections in the 2013 NFL Draft were offensive linemen. The position is crucial to a team's success. Although the "big uglies" are often overlooked, these massive linemen will be cornerstone's for their programs in 2013. Aug 28, 2013 8:45 AM PT

College Football Preview: All Eyes on Bridgewater, Louisville in Inaugural AAC

The reorganized Big East, now known as The American Athletic Conference, will enjoy its last year as a power conference in 2013. However, it is unlikely that the lofty status will be needed as Louisville returns one of the nation’s premier teams. After a shocking upset victory over Florida in the Sugar Bowl, there is perhaps no hotter team in the country than the Louisville Cardinals, who are poised to roll through conference play and perhaps make a run for the national title. Aug 27, 2013 7:12 PM PT

College Football Preview: Will Mountain West Produce BCS Buster?

Due to conference realignment, the Mountain West conference is now an odd marriage between the WAC and teams that have been in this conference for years. However, Boise State, Fresno State, San Diego State, San Jose State, and Utah State all could potentially contend for a BCS berth. Aug 27, 2013 8:43 AM PT

Pryor Making Strong Move for Raiders Starting Job

It is deja vu for Raiders quarterback Matt Flynn. For the second consecutive year, the former LSU standout was acquired by a team hoping to make him their starting quarterback, and, once again, it looks like he may lose that spot to a younger, more mobile signal caller. Aug 26, 2013 10:44 AM PT

College Football Preview: A Look at Conference USA

There used to be some sunlight between Conference USA and the more “lowly” conferences like the MAC and the Sun Belt, but that may not be the case this year. As the top programs in those other non-power conferences have gotten better, competition in the Conference USA may not be quite as strong. What does jump out in the conference is the relative parity. Just as there are not really those teams in the conference that jump out as particularly strong, there are not many that stand out as being remarkably bad. Aug 26, 2013 6:48 AM PT

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