Author Archives: Brian Wilmer

  • South Carolina-Georgia
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    Clear Your Schedule – SEC 2013, Week 2

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    Clear Your Schedule – SEC 2013, Week 2. South Carolina at Georgia is at the Top of the Ratings, but don’t miss Western Kentucky at Tennessee. Read Full Story »

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    Clear Your Schedule – ACC 2013, Week 2

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    Clear Your Schedule – ACC 2013, Week 2. Florida at Miami is at the Top of the Ratings. Set your DVR for Middle Tennessee at North Carolina and other games. Read Full Story »

  • Clemson Tigers
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    Clear Your Schedule – ACC 2013, Week 1

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    Clear Your Schedule – ACC 2013, Week 1. Georgia at Clemson is at the Top of the Ratings, but don’t miss BYU at Virginia and Syracuse vs. Penn State. Read Full Story »

  • A.J. McCarron
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    Clear Your Schedule – SEC 2013, Week 1

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    Clear Your Schedule – SEC 2013, Week 1. North Carolina at South Carolina, LSU vs. TCU, and Virginia Tech vs. Alabama are at the Top of the Ratings. Read Full Story »

  • Southern Miss Golden Eagles
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    Toughest 2013 C-USA Non-Conference Football Schedules

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    As we continue our series breaking down the schedules of the so-called “non-AQ” conferences, we see the continued shuffling of conference pieces at the highest levels of college football resulting in some new additions to the 2013-14 Conference USA lineup. Read Full Story »

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    Clear Your Schedule – SEC Bowl Games, 2012-13 (Part 2)

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    Johnny ManzielThe ball has dropped, the spirits have been consumed and 2013 has been welcomed with the traditional fanfare. As families across the southern United States settled in for their ham, collard greens and black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day, they did so after seeing comeback victories from Georgia and South Carolina. They also enjoyed the realization that the conference has four remaining opportunities to take down bowl victories, including the BCS National Championship. Read Full Story »

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    Clear Your Schedule – SEC Bowl Games, 2012-13 (Part 1)

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    Alabama Crimson TideJanuary 4, 2006. You may remember the day. Vince Young combined for 467 yards of total offense in the Rose Bowl, including 200 of those yards on 19 rushing attempts. Those 200 yards also netted three rushing touchdowns for Young, who was the game’s offensive MVP. LenDale White also rushed for three touchdowns for USC, then went on to become Young’s teammate in Tennessee before they both flamed out of the NFL. Nine records were set on that day. As it turned out, none of it mattered. USC’s appearance in that game was vacated as part of the punishment for improprieties involving Reggie Bush. Read Full Story »

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    Clear Your Schedule – ACC Bowl Games, 2012-13

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    Chick-fil-A BowlOne of the more unusual seasons in recent ACC history is behind us, with Florida State capturing the proverbial brass ring over three weeks ago in Charlotte. The Seminoles received the ACC’s automatic bid to the BCS, while their opponent, Georgia Tech, also received a bowl spot by virtue of an NCAA waiver.

    With the Sun Bowl and Orange Bowl accounted for, it’s time to take a look at those games and the other contests involving ACC teams…but first, trivia time! Read Full Story »

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    Clear Your Schedule – 2012 SEC Championship Game

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    Alabama-GeorgiaWe should have known. We truly should have known.

    Just when we all thought the SEC’s streak of playing for national titles would end, Kansas State lost. Then Oregon lost. We will not get an all-SEC title game this year, but the winner of this year’s conference championship game gets the honor of facing Notre Dame in the BCS Championship. Alabama is fighting for a return trip to play for the title, while a Georgia win would allow them to play for their first title since 1980. Ironically enough, Georgia beat Notre Dame to win that title. Read Full Story »

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    Clear Your Schedule – 2012 ACC Championship Game

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    Bank of America StadiumOne of the wildest ACC football seasons in recent memory draws to a close on Saturday in Charlotte. Clemson lost their first ACC game to Florida State, then never lost again over the course of the ACC schedule. Maryland lost every scholarship quarterback to injury and finished the season with a linebacker playing quarterback. Maryland was not done making news, though, as they announced their intent to leave for the Big 10 in 2014.
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