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  • Marshall USD Craig Strobeck

    Playoff & Pac-12 Update: The Wait is Over

    It’s finally – finally! – football season! As the first weekend of college football wraps up, don’t expect any major changes when it comes to rankings, especially at the top. However, expect one major theme to be consistent with all top programs, there are still kinks to …

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    The Party Out West: What Those Press Releases Really Mean

    As I was wrapping up my final breakdown of prospective power conference schools, this year’s release of one of the signature college selection guides was released. The Princeton Review’s guide to “The Best 379 Colleges” is an annual compilation of lists in a variety of …

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  • Map Hostetler

    College Football Nation: Nick Saban Believes He IS College Football and the Big 12 is Eyeing More

    Sometimes you have to just love the off-season, where the media tries to turn any little quote into a major breaking story.  You have to be glad for that, since there is no actual football being played.  Just ask Coach Nick Saban at the University …

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  • Fans 130 Oregon State13KC

    Oregon Ducks, How Do I Love Thee? Let Me Count the Ways.

    Months away from the start of the season, one of the things that tide us over is our love for the Ducks. Throughout the off season, we remember great games, plays and quoteables, as well as looking forward to what the new season will bring. …

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  • DuckAutzen

    Pac-12 Examiner: Week 1 Notes & Stats

    The Pac-12 conference got off to a strong start in Week 1, going a combined 7-3 overall. Thanks to a thrilling comeback win for Utah, a less-than-thrilling USC victory and strong performances from Arizona and Oregon, the conference began undefeated at 4-0. But it wouldn’t last …

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  • Pac-12 or Big “Ten?”

    Two legendary conferences have been meeting in the Rose Bowl for decades.  The Big Ten and Pac-12 have some of the most memorable games in college football postseason history: the 1997 matchup between Ohio State and Arizona State, the 1988 battle that saw Michigan State defeat …

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