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Why College Basketball is Superior to College Football

Reading Time: 4 minutesFinally, it’s that time of year again where “GRAB YOUR NITROGLYCERIN PILLS” is tweeted daily by none other than Jon Rothstein. College basketball is unlike any other sport, and for many reasons, it is the best sport. Since the college football playoffs just wrapped up and college basketball is in the midst of a great year, I am going to make the case for why college basketball is better than college football. The biggest problem I have with college football is the lack of competitiveness amongst teams. In college basketball, a small school like Loyola Chicago...

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What to Watch for at the Senior Bowl: Offense Edition

Reading Time: 5 minutesThe Senior Bowl can be a massive boost to one’s draft stock that allows for all athletes to be seen on a more level playing field. Every year, gems seem to appear from the woodwork during the week of events, but this year it feels more important. With a muddled and weaker QB class, the Senior Bowl is going to be massive to separate the lot. As a draft guru and College Football devotee myself, I am excited to watch all of the position battles at this game. As such, I compiled a little list of...

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College Football Conference Championships: Preview & Prediction

Reading Time: 7 minutesLast week, the college football regular season came to a close. The conference championship games are set, and the yearly speculation about different situations that involve many different combinations of possible matchups for what is likely one of the last 4-team playoffs that we ever see in this league, are as fun as ever. With that being said, let’s go over the most impactful conference championship games to the CFP.   Big 12 Championship Game                      #9 Baylor vs. #5 Oklahoma State (OKST -5.5) (63.7% OKST – FPI) Saturday –...

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PAC-12 Conference Preview

Reading Time: 6 minutesPAC-12 Conference Preview North Washington – (10-2) The reigning champions of the North (no matter what the ducks say) look to return to the top of the North with a strong stable of production returning. Despite some losses in the secondary, the Huskies have proven talent across their defense. The loss of Zion Tupuola-Fetui could hurt this defense early, but their front 7 is still incredibly talented. Their offense should take another step forward with some additional QB experience, a strong stable of running backs, an experienced OL, and Cade Otten, the top TE in the...

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Introducing The New Starting QBs Across College Football’s Contenders

Reading Time: 4 minutesEvery year in college football there is major roster turnover. As players leave their old teams and venture onto the NFL, colleges must find replacements. This year there is no greater turnover than at the quarterback position. All four of the playoff teams from last season are set to have new starting quarterbacks. But who are these new faces, where do they come from and what can we expect from them? The Alabama Crimson Tide will have a sophomore at the helm by the name of Bryce Young. Young is a smaller prospect standing 5’11 with...

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