College Football

Mr. CFB: Enough of Jameis

By Tony Barnhart Jameis Winston, the reigning Heisman Trophy winner, is an embarrassment to himself, his family, his teammates, his coaches, his university and everybody who cares about college football. And yes, that includes the media who cover it. When…

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No Heisman repeat for Winston

Another college football season, another year of Awards, Games of the Year, Decade, Century and assorted other trends and moments. Here’s what our crystal ball says will happen during the 2014 college football season. FSU, with a presumed No.1 ranking,…

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Ducks should fly to Top in Year one of CFP

By Mark Blaudschun The BCS is gone–after 16 wild and sometimes controversial seasons. Now we have the CFP–College Football Playoffs, which for now (look for an expansion to 8 teams by year 5) means a 4-team event after the regular…

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Slive, Delany the real power brokers in CFB

They have been an unofficial tag team for more than a decade. In the world of college football, nothing of significance happens without the tacit approval of Jim Delany and Mike Slive. Surely, you have heard of them. Delany, the…

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Is Johnny Football headed to Jax?

He has been poked, prodded, interviewed, analyzed, evaluated and judged. What awaits Johnny Manziel is the next giant step in his desire to be a National Football League quarterback. On Thursday (presumably) someone will choose the Aggie QB in the…

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Too many bowl games

It wasn’t–and shouldn’t be–a big deal. Just another off-season college football announcement about a bowl arrangement between the American Athletic Conference and Sun Belt Conference, starting in 2015. The bowl will be called the Cure Bowl and benefit breast-cancer related…

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