College Football Playoff: Where the committee went wrong

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The College Football Playoff has their first rankings of the 2015 season, and there are some questionable choices by the committee on their rankings.  The first problem is having Alabama and Notre Dame ranked ahead of undefeated teams Michigan State, TCU and Baylor.  They are also ahead of a one-loss Florida team.  Let’s dive further into why the committee got ...

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Virginia Tech’s 10 best coaching candidates


Virginia Tech is in search of a new football coach after legendary head coach Frank Beamer announced that he will retire following the 2015 season.  The Hokies have the second best coaching job in the country, only to be outdone by USC.  However, the Hokies wouldn’t be in this position if it weren’t for the foundation that Beamer laid 29 ...

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Virginia Tech head coach Frank Beamer expected to retire


Virginia Tech head coach Frank Beamer is expected to retire at the end of the season. Beamer, 69, is college football’s winningest coach among active coaches with 276 wins.  He met with his coaching staff this morning to inform them that he will retire at the end of the season, according to reports. Source: #VirginiaTech Frank Beamer has told his ...

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Ohio State QB JT Barrett arrested for OVI, suspended

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Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett was arrested early Saturday morning for operating a vehicle while intoxicated.  The Buckeyes suspended Barrett for their Nov. 7 game against Minnesota. Barrett, 20, was arrested after trying to avoid a DUI checkpoint near the Ohio State campus, according to  Barrett failed his breathalyzer test and was released to teammate and backup quarterback Cardale ...

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College Football Top 25

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SPORTSGLORY TOP 25 1. Ohio State Buckeyes – Enter J.T. Barrett.  In his first start of the season last Saturday vs Rutgers, JT Barrett accounted for five touchdowns, three of those rushing, in a 49-7 romp.  Maybe he should have been starting all season, yes? Up next: Minnesota (11/7) 2. Clemson Tigers – This Clemson team just continues to show ...

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Minnesota football coach Jerry Kill retires


The University of Minnesota announced that head football coach Jerry Kill has retired due to health reasons. Coach Kill announced today that he is retiring effective immediately due to health reasons. Tracy Claeys has been named interim head coach. — Minnesota Football (@GopherFootball) October 28, 2015 Kill was 29-29 with the Gophers and leaves the program in good shape for ...

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The Top Something or Other loves Clemson (again)

Oct 11, 2014; Clemson, SC, USA; Clemson Tigers fans react during the second half against the Louisville Cardinals at Clemson Memorial Stadium. Tigers won 23-17. Mandatory Credit: Joshua S. Kelly-USA TODAY Sports

  It took longer than we all expected, but the first top team has gone down. Utah, the Top Something Or Other had your back and you responded by laying the ugliest egg possible against a USC team that has an interim coach. Well done, Utah. Well done. Reminder: results and predictions 100% guaranteed or you’ll receive your money back. ...

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Baylor QB Seth Russell out for season


Baylor Quarterback Seth Russell will miss the remainder of the college football season and will have neck surgery. Russell has shined as the Bears starting QB.  He leads the NCAA with 29 touchdown passes, a 189.7 passer rating and 10.5 yards per attempt.  He was injured in the second half of a 45-27 win over Iowa State on Saturday.  Russell’s ...

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Miami Hurricanes seven best coaching candidates


The Miami Hurricanes are coming off of their worst loss in program history and have fired head coach Al Golden.  The ‘Canes went 32-25 under Golden, who took over the program under NCAA probation.  It’s time for the U to salvage the rest of their season in 2015 and turn the page with a new head coach in 2016. Miami ...

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Miami Hurricanes fire Al Golden


The Miami Hurricanes have fired Al Golden following the worst loss in Hurricanes history. Miami lost to the Clemson Tigers 58-0 at home on Saturday.  Golden was already on the hot seat with boosters and fans upset with his performance as head coach.  Miami is 4-3 on the season, but the ‘Canes are not meeting their expectations. “Coach Golden has ...

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