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College Football Top 25 Weekend Recap – Week Four
Week four’s games featured our first handful of conference matchups, some great individual performances and one instant classic featuring two top 10 teams. Here is this week’s wrap-up from the top 25.
#1 Oklahoma 38, Missouri 28
The top-ranked Sooners struggled early, trailing 14-3 just nine minutes i…
2011 NCAA College Football – Week Three Preview
This week, things start getting interesting in college football with a handful of conference games, a couple of contests between ranked teams and, arguably, the non-conference game of the year under the lights in Tallahassee. Here are the highlights for the Top 25:
Oklahoma Tops AP Football Poll for Record 100th Time
Oklahoma on Sunday became the first team ever to be ranked #1 in the AP football poll 100 times.
The Sooners were ranked #1 for the first time in 1954, the second year of Oklahoma’s NCAA-record 47-game winning streak, which lasted from 1953-1957. They have spent at least one week in …
College Football Top 25 Weekend Recap – Week Two
While many of this weekend’s games were just tune-ups for showdowns to come, there were several great battles to keep things exciting, including Michigan’s last-second win over Notre Dame, South Carolina’s shootout victory over Georgia and Auburn stuffing Mississippi State at the goal line to win th…
2011 NCAA College Football Week Two Preview
As you might expect this time of year, there are not a lot of marquee games and only one matchup between top 25 teams (#3 Alabama vs. #23 Penn State). But there are still a lot of intriguing matchups that will start to tell us who are contenders and who are pretenders
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2011 NCAA College Football Week One Preview
After the worst off-season ever for college football, we’d like to say it feels good to get back to a sense of normalcy with some actual games.  Unfortunately, the off-season woes will continue to dominate the headlines in Week 1...
Barack’s Bracket Has Kansas Taking it All
Barack Obama didn't take a whole lot of risks when filling out his NCAA Tournament brackets.
The President has all four number one seeds — Duke, Pittsburgh, Ohio State and Kansas — advancing to the Final Four, with Kansas winning it all...
It’s March Madness Baby!
If you're into college hoops, or like me, just into winning, it's March Madness baby!  Employees will spend more time at work filling out their NCAA tournament brackets than actually working this week.