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>Temple Owls: 2010 Exit Survey

>At the beginning of the year we searched high and far to find informative bloggers, beat writers and fans to answer some questions for us and give us some insight into their teams for our Pre-Season Previews. Now the season is coming to a close and Bowl Season is upon us. We will re-visit our […]

>Six Questions With Rob Harley

>Back in June, before the beginning of the 2010 College Football Season, we had the honor to interview Rob Harley. Rob is a member of the 2002 National Champion Ohio State Buckeyes and is a guy that worked his way from being a walk-on to earning a scholarship. To revisit that interview click here. It’s […]

>Georgia Bulldogs Pre-Bowl Season Grades

>It’s hard to imagine that the 2010 season for Georgia would have ended up with 6 wins and 6 losses. It seemed that everything that could go wrong, did go wrong early in the season. Whether it was kids getting trouble, Georgia turning the ball over at the most inopportune times or guys cramping up […]

>Bowl Predictions Part 1 (12/18-12/26)

>New Mexico Bowl (12/18 2pm on ESPN)BYU (6-6) vs. UTEP (6-6) Kevin’s Prediction: BYU 41 UTEP 24 BYU has played a really tough schedule this year (FSU, Utah, TCU, Nevada, Air Force, Washington) and it has resulted in them having a pretty poor record. They really struggled early losing 4 of their first 5 but […]

>CFBZ Final Regular Season Top 25

> W-L Next Game PR 1 Auburn 13-0 1/10 vs. #2 Oregon (12-0) 1 2 Oregon 12-0 1/10 vs. #1 Auburn (13-0) 2 3 TCU 12-0 1/1 vs. #4 Wisconsin (11-1) 3 4 Wisconsin 11-1 1/1 vs. #3 TCU (12-0) 4 5 Stanford 11-1 1/3 vs. #14 VT (11-2) 6 6 Ohio State 11-1 1/4 […]

>Why Malzahn Taking the Vandy Job Is A Smart Move

>It’s being reported in several places that Auburn Offensive Coordinator Gus Malzahn has accepted the offer to become the Head Coach of the Vanderbilt Commodores. On the surface the question is why would such a high profile coaching prospect take a job that looks like a very tough turnaround. I don’t see it that way. […]

>Will Muschamp to Florida

>If you would have told me last week that the Head Football Coach of the University of Florida would be Will Muschamp I would have laughed in your face. But sometimes reality is wilder than fiction. On Wednesday Urban Meyer abruptly resigned as Head Coach of Florida. Then rumors swirled as names like Dan Mullen, […]

>Things Need to Change

> I am not ready to abort the entire Pellini tenure, yet, but things do need to change at Nebraska. The first thing that needs to change is the offensive philosophy, and unfortunately I think that means the end of Shawn Watson’s time as Offensive Coordinator. While he has done a lot of good during […]

>ACC Championship Preview: Virginia Tech vs. Florida State

>On Saturday Dec. 4, the Virginia Tech Hokies and the Florida State Seminoles will play for just the fourth time since ACC expansion in 2004 (FSU is 2-1 in those games). Although it doesn’t quite feel the same to see Bobby Bowden opposite Frank Beamer, don’t expect Hokie fans to be silent about their distaste […]

>Conference Championship Game Predictions

> SEC: Auburn (12-0) vs. South Carolina (9-3)   Kevin: OK, everybody who had Auburn vs South Carolina at the beginning of the year raise your hands. Seriously, the odds of this happening had to be very narrow at the beginning of the season. Florida and Georgia both under-performed this year and South Carolina beat […]

>In Perspective: Iron Bowl 2010

>Let’s get this out there right away: Losing this game sucked. It wasn’t entirely unexpected (as you might recall, I called it a 31-27 Auburn win…pretty close), but it was still an absolutely miserable experience. And I’m guessing it’ll remain that way right up until Auburn wins the BCS Championship (because they will) and beyond. […]

>The Final(?) Showdown

> So it comes to this, does it? The final showdown between two rivals, for the time being, and it is for all the Big 12 Marbles. It’s funny to think about in that context, but that is the reality of what we are facing on Saturday when Nebraska plays Oklahoma for a final time. […]

>Iron Bowl 2010: And The Winner Is…

>…Auburn. Sorry, guys. It’ll be close, all of Auburn’s games against good teams have been. And being at home, I think we’ll see a better effort from the Bama defense than we saw in road losses to South Carolina and LSU. They are clearly a much different unit at home. But despite posting strong scoring […]

>Iron Bowl 2010: Unsolicited Advice for the Crimson Tide OFFENSE

>Part two of our look ahead to the Iron Bowl will be considerably shorter than yesterday’s installment focused on the offense. As potent as the Auburn offense has been, their defense has been almost equally as inept. The Tigers currently rank #50 in the nation in total defense and a dumbfounding #100 in pass defense. […]

>Iron Bowl 2010: Unsolicited Advice for the Crimson Tide DEFENSE

>Okay, it’s Iron Bowl week, so I’m GOING BIG. My plan is to do not one but two editions of Unsolicited Advice for this game, one dedicated to the Tide defense, the other to the offense. There’s a lot more intrigue surrounding how the Tide will stop Cam Newton and the potent Auburn offense than […]

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