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Bowl Fever: A Look at this Weekend’s Championship Games

With the regular season coming to a close, little has been decided in college football. Bowl games are announced Sunday night, the Heisman race is shaping up to be one of the closest in recent memory, and the national title picture is murky. But before any controversy can start after the matchups are announced, conference […]

West Virginia University: A School Without a Conference?

This should be a joyous week in Morgantown. The Mountaineers are 3-0, ranked 16th in the country and are playing host to No. 2 LSU, on Saturday. If that wasn’t enough they are hosting College Gameday for the first time in school history. So everything is perfect in Morgantown right? Wrong! Despite all that good […]

College Football: The SEC Reigns Superior Again

With Auburn University’s 21-19 win over Oregon in the 2011 BCS National Championship Monday, the Tigers made it five straight championship wins for the SEC. Furthermore, the win reassured that the best conference in the NCAA belonged in the South. Since the 2003 season, the SEC has taken the college football nation by the throat […]