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NCAAF Mid-Season Recap Podcast (10.11.16)

We are almost at the halfway point of the NCAAF season and it has been insane so far. I wanted to go back to my preseason predictions and fact check myself. I got a few things right and definitely got a few things wrong. I hope you enjoy my takes as

DJ TEEJ TOP 25 Week 3 (9.15.16)

Week two was supposed to be boring from what we all heard. Arkansas and TCU had something else to say about it. The Hogs won an impressive double overtime game on the road Saturday night and saved their season while putting a dent in the Horned Frogs season. Let's turn our

DJ TEEJ NCAAF TOP 25 Week 2 (9.6.16)

To say that the first weekend of college football lived up to the hype, would be a grand understatement. Upsets should be renamed "Saturday's". Houston beat their chest loudly and proclaimed their candidacy for the playoffs. LSU is sitting and wondering how to pick up the pieces to get back

College Football Week 1 Predictions (8.31.16)

Alas, the first full weekend of college football is finally upon us and we can all rise from our slumber. It has been a cold and long journey since Alabama defeated Clemson to win the College Football Playoff. Relationships have come and gone, tears have been shed and dried off.

2016 College Football Preview Episode (8.11.16)

College football is upon us my friends and I for one cannot wait a second more. The long offseason is nearly over and it is time to take a look at the contenders and rankings for the 2016 season. In this preview of the college football landscape I make predictions

SEC Football Preview ’16 (8.12.16)

Well, the joy from ending the SEC National Title reign? Yeah, that ended last year when Alabama claimed another championship to get back on top of the college football landscape. The Crimson Tide dominated their season last year and look to re-tool and get back to the playoff this year.

Way-Too-Early Top 25 For 2016

Offseason? Please, there might have been back in the day but with twitter and social media today there is no way the offseason survives. Instead, there is this moment and then the next moment. They barely clean up the confetti from the ground before predictions roll out for the top

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