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Wisconsin vs. LSU: Score and Twitter Reaction

Wisconsin and LSU gave fans a star-studded treat for Week 1 of the 2014 NCAA football season. These two preseason Top 25 squads decided to forego a tune-up game against an FCS school and take each other to task from the get-go. It made...Show More Summary

NCAA Football Playoff 2014: Exploring Championship Implications of Week 1 Games

Playoffs? Don't talk about playoffs! Jim Mora may not have liked early postseason discussion, but that's what makes Week 1 of the 2014 college football season even more intriguing. With the new format, four teams—voted on by a selection committee—have the opportunity to play on the year's biggest stage. Show More Summary

College Football Rankings 2014: Final Overview of Preseason NCAA Polls

It hasn't taken long for college football to regain its spot on the country's sports radar. Things have gotten off to a fast and fun-filled start. The No. 9-ranked South Carolina Gamecocks have already been upset, and it's just the first week of a brand new college football season. Show More Summary

College Football Picks Week 1: Odds and Spread Predictions for Top 25 Teams

The 2014 college football season kicks off this week. Foundations will be set by the Top 25 teams in the nation as they embark on the pursuit of the inaugural NCAA playoffs. Several ranked matchups are on tap, but the first of those already occurred Thursday. Show More Summary

Texas A&M vs. South Carolina: How Early Upset Shakes Up SEC Landscape

The South Carolina Gamecocks quickly saw their championship aspirations dampened after suffering a 52-28 loss to Texas A&M to kick off the 2014 NCAA college football season. Just like that, the SEC looks much different after Thursday night's rout. Steve Spurrier's squad looked to cement itself as a legit SEC contender. Show More Summary

NCAA College Football Picks: Week 1 Against the Spread

The collegiate football season's kickoff has officially launched. And if two schools that I probably couldn't find even with a GPS can make the inaugural game thrilling, it can only mean that a fascinating fall awaits! Adding to theShow More Summary

Inside the World of Twitter Hashtags on the College Football Recruiting Trail

For college football coaches, the celebration of winning the grueling wars on the recruiting trail is normally reserved for national signing day. That’s mainly because NCAA rules prohibit coaches from discussing potential recruits by...Show More Summary

NCAA Football Rankings 2014: Preseason Polls and College Playoff Predictions

Congratulations, America. You finally made it to the start of the 2014 college football season. After an offseason of debates over amateurism, stolen crab legs, band scandals, devastating injuries and much more, it’s time for the actual games to begin. Show More Summary

Big 12 Betting Preview: Oklahoma Sooners Favored to Reclaim Conference

Following up on a convincing 45-31 victory over Alabama in this past year’s Sugar Bowl, the Oklahoma Sooners enter the 2014 NCAA Football season as strong 4-5 favorites to win the Big 12 conference title. The Sooners amassed an 11-2Show More Summary

NCAA Football Props Betting: Heisman Odds, Passing, Rushing Stats

Jameis Winston is favored to win the Heisman Trophy and favored to lead the ACC in passing touchdowns, but he's only even odds to lead his conference in passing. That is just one of the interesting wrinkles in college football odds as...Show More Summary

On the Lines: NCAA Football Week 1 Preview

New Year’s Eve. The last Monday in May. July 4. And, of course, August 27. Those are all dates that we, as red-blooded Americans, look forward to celebrating. The last one, of course, signifies the return of college football! And who...Show More Summary

Judge orders NCAA President Mark Emmert's deposition in lawsuit

A Maryland judge has ordered NCAA President Mark Emmert to be deposed in a lawsuit over the death of a college football player.

NCAA Football Rankings 2014: Full List of Preseason College Polls

After what felt like an endless wait over a lengthy offseason, we finally find ourselves on the periphery of the 2014 college football season. On Wednesday, Week 1 will officially commence when Abilene Christian visits Georgia StateShow More Summary

ESPN Blows It

If Marcus Mariota makes a dime off this, then my enjoyment of college football will be ended forever. Oregon is selling 25 different jerseys, counting colors and sizes, of No. 8, quarterback Marcus Mariota… The NCAA and its schools have long contended that numbers don’t necessarily correspond to current players, but common sense, as proven […]

NCAA Football Rankings 2014: Preseason Standings and Analysis for Latest Polls

Week 1 of the 2014 college football season continues Wednesday when Abilene Christian squares off against Georgia State on ESPNU, but fans are already studying the preseason NCAA rankings and polls to determine this year’s contenders...Show More Summary

Ex-college athlete asks court to reject NCAA injury settlement

A former San Diego State football player wants a judge to reject the proposed settlement of a class-action lawsuit against the NCAA, saying it'll deny billions in damages to athletes who suffered head injuries.

Pebble smartwatches get ESPN app just in time for football season

We're a week away from the start of college football season, and to prep for the action, ESPN released a score-tracking app for Pebble smartwatches. The software beams game info from the NFL, NBA, MLB and NHL alongside both NCAA football and...

The 10 Best Ineligible College Football Players for 2014 Season

A virtual all-star team of college football talent won't see the field during the 2014 season because of ineligibility. Whether it's because of academics, NCAA transfer rules or disciplinary action that resulted in a suspension or dismissal from the team, plenty of big-time players will not be eligible again until 2015 at the earliest. Show More Summary

NCAA: General expenses climbing faster than revenue for most FBS schools

The NCAA released its annual financial report Wednesday indicating that general expenses among most Football Bowl Subvision schools were climbing faster than the total revenue generated.

Evolving the option: The pop pass and the future of football

College football is changing. Yes, the game will finally feature a Playoff in 2014. True, issues regarding the compensation of athletes threaten to overhaul the entire structure of the NCAA. But if you were to ask a longtime defensive...Show More Summary

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