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College Football Notes From this Past Week Four and Looking Ahead to Week Five

By | September 24, 2014

Here are a few notes and observations from this past week four of the college football season, including some teams that look much improved, and a look ahead to week five. UTEP – The Miners won their annual round or triangular robin with New Mexico and New Mexico State.  UTEP beat New Mexico in Albuquerque and won at… Read More »

Three Formerly Downtrodden College Football Teams Look Like They May Be Better This Year

By | September 8, 2014

Memphis, UTEP and UAB have generally been down in football for what seems like forever.  It appears that those losing ways may be coming to an end. A change may be on the horizon for Memphis, UTEP and UAB.  These three teams have been card-carrying members of the downtrodden club for a very long time now.  Preseason prognosticators… Read More »

Notes from the First Week of College Football

By | September 4, 2014

Here are a few things that captured my attention in the first week of college football. Wisconsin v. LSU in Houston – Regardless of the much discussed weak Wisconsin rushing game in the second half, the passing numbers for Wisconsin for the whole game were a losing stat.  Eight of 24 for 50 yards and two interceptions will… Read More »