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Three Takeaways From Boston College’s Impressive Performance Against Duke

Reading Time: 2 minutesOn Saturday in Durham, North Carolina, the Boston College Eagles faced off against the Duke Blue Devils in front of a crowd of zero fans. The game was close heading into the second half with BC holding a 7-6 advantage. Then, the wheels started to fall off for Duke as BC left Durham with a 26-6 confidence booster victory. Here are three takeaways from the Week 3 contest: BC’s Defense is Strong Coming into the season, many fans expected the defense to be the weak link to a surging football program. On Saturday, however, this was...

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Heisman Race Week 3: New Faces Appear In The Power Rankings

Reading Time: 3 minutes Trevor Lawrence – QB, Clemson Holding his ground atop the Heisman leaderboard is Clemson Quarterback Trevor Lawrence. Through three weeks of play, Lawrence is the clear favorite to take home the award. In his latest week of action, the projected number one overall draft pick and Clemson steamrolled The Citadel, 49-0. Only playing in the first quarter, Lawrence still impressed with 168 passing yards, three pass TD and one rush TD. The captain of the Tigers brings a demeanor and confidence like no other to the field. Clemson will have an off-week next Saturday, but...

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Heisman Race Week 2: Power Rankings After First Full Week of Play

Reading Time: 3 minutesLamar Jackson. Kyler Murray. Joe Burrow. These elite players stood at the top of College Football and all took home the most prestigious award in College Football: the Heisman. Star players such as Trevor Lawrence, Sam Ehlinger and Travis Etienne will all be in the running for the coveted award. After two weeks of play, here’s where the top players stand in placement for the Heisman award: 1. QB Trevor Lawrence – Clemson Trevor Lawrence, the projected number one overall pick in the 2021 draft and favorite to win the Heisman, started his season off strong...

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Handling College Football’s Postponements: What Should Happen

Reading Time: < 1 minuteThe NCAA has made it known they do not think a College Football season should take place. Yet, there is zero unification on what should happen. Certain medical experts say “yes” to football, while some say “no”. You may be thinking: What Should Happen? Well, I’m going to tell you what should happen. There’s a lot of moving parts to this situation so trying to find one solution is very difficult. Below, I will devise a ‘proposal’ that would not only ‘save’ College Football, but may even see a completion of the season before the NFL...

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Fields and Lawrence: Leadership Personified

Reading Time: 3 minutesJustin Fields of Ohio State and Trevor Lawrence of Clemson are two names that have been connected for as long as football fans can remember.  Even since their High School days, the two were entwined in conversations about either of them.  It seems as though the two quarterbacks will always be compared and contrasted, never one without the other. Both players hail from Georgia, living in the suburbs of Atlanta, with roughly 20 miles between them.  According to 247 Sports, Lawrence and Fields rank as the 6th and 8th best recruits of all time respectively.  It...

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