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Why The College Football Playoff Committee Got It Right and Why They Didn’t

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The 2018 College Football Playoffs (CFB Playoffs) are finally set after a wild finish to the regular season. Coming into the conference championship weekend, all but one of the potentially-eligible seven would be playing and one game featuring a matchup of two teams from that list. There was everything to lose and everything to gain. (1) Alabama faced off with (4) Georgia in the SEC Championship Game. Many experts believed that if Georgia upset Alabama, the top four teams would …

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Previewing 2018-2019: The top five teams

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College basketball is back in action and part of the fun in the beginning of the season is predicting how the conferences will shake out later in the year. For the Big 12, this is usually an exercise in, “Who will finish second to Kansas?” The Jayhawks are one of the most successful college programs of all-time and have won the Big 12 an astounding 14 years in a row. So let’s get into it. Here’s a prediction on the …

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2018 NCAA Tournament Final Four Teams Preview

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With the NCAA Tournament Final Four in San Antonio finally kicking off this weekend, here is a preview of the final four teams left in the competition: 1) Kansas Jayhawks: The BIG 12 champions who finished with a regular season record of 31-7 stormed their way into the Final Four with a thrilling 85-81 OT victory over the Duke Blue Devils in the Elite Eight. Kansas, who were the  No. 1 seed out of the Midwest region face the Villanova Wildcats in the …

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Michigan Receives Unfair Ranking

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As exciting as College Football has been for so many years, problems with regards to its playoff system has always been an ongoing issue.  No matter what the NCAA does, fans and teams seem to never be satisfied with the committee’s decisions.  After finally creating a playoff where the best four teams meet for a chance to appear in the national championship, flaws are still present in this system.  The latest victim to the committee is now fifth ranked Michigan. …

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FSU Football 2015 Season Predictions!

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January the Florida State Seminoles streak came to an embarrassing end in the 59-20 game against Oregon in the College Football Playoffs. Thanks to another top 5 recruiting class and the transfer of Quarterback Everett Golson FSU keeps the hopes and dreams of another CFP return. To start on this year FSU loses 12 starters including six on offense and six on defense. But they return  Dalvin Cook on offense who was the first running back in FSU history to get …

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Why The NCAA Freakout Over New Indiana Law Makes No Sense

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Since the introduction of new legislation to the public initially in Indiana but also now more recently in Arkansas, the NCAA has had the public hot on their heels as new protests have demanded that the prestigious Final Four — the concluding games of the annual March Madness NCAA Tournament — be moved out of Indianapolis. The NCAA head quarters are also located in the state of Indiana. Opponents of the new legislation have called it homophobic, discrimination in a …

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Opinion: The Wolverines will be a national powerhouse again

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Ann Arbor, Michigan, put your hands together for one of the most energized, fearless, hardworking and competitive coaches in all of football: Jim Harbaugh. To all the Michigan fans, make sure the Big House stadium stays rocking in the 2015 season. It is time for a new era, and I guarantee you that Michigan Wolverine football will be restored under the hands of Harbaugh. Harbaugh turned around a 1-11 Stanford football team and made them relevant again in college football. …

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Like Father, Like Son

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Am I the only one who’s ever thought of this? What’s up with college football coaches recruiting the sons of famous NFL players? Do some of these coaches think the sons will be better than their fathers? Is it for the money? So far, the most recent news that I’ve heard about of a famous NFL players son playing at their alma mater is Vinny Testaverde. Vinny’s son, Vincent Testaverde, will be transferring to the University of Miami after spending …

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Is Ezekiel Elliott Underrated?

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There are plenty of big named running backs in the big ten. For example you have Melvin Gordon, Ameer Abdullah, Jeremy Langford, and Tevin Coleman. One name that doesn’t get tossed around as much is Ohio State’s running back Ezekiel Elliott. Elliott is in his sophomore season at Ohio State, and his season has been great. He has picked up a little over 16,000 yards, and recorded 14 touchdowns on the season. Elliott is a big reason why Ohio State …

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Can Jim McElwain succeed at UF?

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The University of Florida football team has not been relevant since Urban Meyer and Tim Tebow left. The fans at the University of Florida are hoping that the former Colorado State head coach can make the Gators into a national title contender for many years to come. New Florida head coach Jim McElwain finished 10-2 under his former team, the Colorado State Rams, before deciding to become the head coach for the gator football team. McElwain has a track record …

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In The Eye Of The Storm

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Eugene, OR– There is both good news and bad news being spread within the locker room of the Oregon Ducks this weekend. The good news? They have won the Pac-12 North. The bad news? Arizona has won the Pac-12 South. Why is that bad? Arizona is Oregon’s only loss this season. And yes, albeit it came on the wings of a miraculous Hail Mary that could only come from the heavens, but think about this: Arizona had to stay in …

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Iron Bowl Preview & Prediction

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Tuscaloosa, AL– The Iron Bowl that comes to us this weekend has a big brother that it will hopefully outperform, if that’s even possible–that big brother is last season’s game. If you remember, Chris Davis of Auburn returned a muffed field-goal over 100 yards to win the game for the Tigers. It was a tie game before that, and Alabama was in the process of establishing a very efficient offensive drive. That’s when Alabama running back T.J. Yeldon was forced …

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Mr. Heisman

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Eugene, OR– This season is unlike any other season we have seen in a long time in regards to College Football. Underdog teams like TCU and Baylor have not only made their compelling case for a chance at the title but they’ve made noise in the respect that they can still play the grand spoiler if things don’t go as planned. But don’t let the Ducks of Oregon fool you. They’re for real. After falling out of the top four …

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Crash Course For Kentucky

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Lexington, KY– After a 32-point pounding of fifth ranked Kansas, the Kentucky Wildcats, at least you would think, have established themselves as a credible crew and deserving of the top spot. This Wildcat craze has spread all the way even to the NBA with Suns star Eric Bledsoe saying he would take Kentucky over the Sixers if NCAA teams could ever play an NBA squad. But I’m here to play the devil’s advocate and beg to differ. How? Kentucky is …

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The Usual Suspects

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There’s nothing that adds better flavor to “No-Shave November” than what I like to call “Non-Stop November”. College basketball is starting up again and things are already looking promising for the March Madness tournament awaiting us less than three months from now. But if you think about it, the madness has already begun. Take a look: The top five teams in the country are as follows: Kentucky, Arizona, Wisconsin, Duke, & Kansas. The usual suspects. The defending champion UConn Huskies …

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Horned Frogs Escape Jayhawks

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Lawrence, KS–The TCU Horned Frogs (4) escaped against the Jayhawks of Kansas by the score of 34-30. The game did not begin as planned for TCU, who was surely expecting an easy game against the measly three-win Jayhawks. Kansas stayed with TCU and showed no signs of slowing down throughout the first half. The problems for Kansas and the blessings for TCU began in the third quarter of play where Kansas was outscored 21-14. Kansas jumped to a 20-10 lead …

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Game of Thrones

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College football is taking center stage again as today many big teams have even bigger games. Here’s a look at some of the ones to watch out for: 1. FLORIDA STATE (3) @ MIAMI (FL); 8 pm ET, ABC Jameis Winston and his Florida State Seminoles have a big statement game today. Although they’ve remained undefeated, currently 9-0, the Seminoles dropped in the polls again this past week as they got jumped by one-loss Oregon. In this inter-state rivalry, the …

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What Can We Expect From BYU This Season?

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This past season, BYU mens basketball was stopped short in the first round of the NCAA tournament. During the offseason, the cougars lost their senior guard Matt Carlino, as he transferred to Marquette University. They also lost their freshman center Eric Mika, as he is attending his LDS mission. So without two core players, who will step up for the BYU cougars this season? Tyler Haws is the main face of this BYU team, as he was in the top …

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A Culture of Abuse with Jerry Sandusky

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It was as if they’d set out to prove every “jock” stereotype true. To prove that the only reason that any repercussions are dished out for any action in sports is to save face with the Jerry Sandusky scandal On Monday, September 8th, the NCAA spit in the face of the victims of the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal when they dropped all remaining sanctions against the Penn State Nittany Lions football team two years early. The timing couldn’t have …

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NCAA Football: Simply The Best

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The video above below the spirit and excitement of College Football perfectly.  When the long days of summer turn in to the golden evenings of fall then you know it’s time for your favorite college football teams to return to the field. The NCAA College Football season is here and for each team the search is on for the college bowl game at the BCS National Championship. Here at World in Sport we are looking forward to bringing you coverage …

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