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Taylor Mays:Far and Beyond The Top Player in College Football

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Running a 4.3 40 yard dash at 6’3″ 235 lbs is amazing, knocking out the incoming receiver and your own cornerback is amazing, for Pete Carroll his strong safety Taylor Mays is amazing. Forgoing the NFL Draft, Mays decided to come back to Los Angeles and try to win a national championship, something that USC is always expected to do each season. Continue reading

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If Tressel Retired Today, Who Would You Hire?

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Entering his ninth season as the Ohio State football coach, Jim Tressel is in his 35th overall season and many times has stated when he hits his 40th year he wants to call it quits. As heard on The Big Show on 97.1 The Fan here in Columbus, if that was the case who would you want as the coach of the Ohio State Buckeyes? Continue reading

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Terrelle Pryor Hopes to Have Breakout Year

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Riding into his first full year of a starter, Buckeye quarterback Terrelle Pryor hopes to show the nation that he is a passer that also runs not vice versa. Already being named Preseason Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year, the sophomore  has high expectations this season after starting ten games a season ago. Continue reading

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Gibson Becoming Complete Player

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With a surge in production towards the end of last season, Buckeyes Defensive End Thaddeus Gibson has emerged as the top defensive lineman for Ohio State. A converted Linbacker, Gibson from Euclid, came on big time last year with huge performances against Penn State, Michigan, and Texas.Fiesta Bowl Football As a big time Linebacker in high school, Thaddeus came to Ohio State with big ambitions. Continue reading

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USC Preview

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Every year it seems Pete Carroll’s teams are stockpiled of NFL talent on both sides of the ball. It also seems each year his teams are supposed to win a National Title but lose in a game they weren’t supposed to lose, like Stanford in 2007 and Oregon State last year. The Trojans hope to reverse that trend in 2009, bringing back All-American Strong Safety Taylor Mays and a cast of other stars. Continue reading

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Big Ten Turning to Florida for Talent

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In a day and age where football has switched to a more versatile, athletic, finesse game, the Big Ten has been the last conference to make the switch. The trend setters in the new game is the SEC first and foremost. Winning the last three national titles will do that. The conference features teams that are all fast, athletic, and know how to cover ground. After another poor showing in bowl games last season, it seemed that the coaches from one of the oldest conferences in the country, decided to make the switch too. The Big Ten has been known for being tough, slow paced, low scoring and defensive oriented teams along with having players that fit the mold. Some of that old adage remains but the SEC way of life is starting to run deep in a conference where it’s best team, Ohio State, has lost their last three bowl games, two were title games and the other was the Fiesta Bowl last season. Once the Big Ten transitions into a fast paced, athletic conference, the quality of football will increase for a conference looked down upon recently. Continue reading

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25 Teams in 25 Days

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For the next 25 days, I will go in-depth on the top 25 teams in college football today. The 2009 season looks like a good one with great QBs such as Tim Tebow, Sam Bradford, and Colt McCoy vying for Heisman Trophies and teams like Florida, Oklahoma, Texas, LSU and many others. So stay tuned and get informed on the upcoming College Football season with the top players, games and the eventual National Champion.

The schedule includes: July 16th-Florida, July 17th-Oklahoma, July 18th-Texas, July 19th-USC, July 20th-Oklahoma State, July 21st-LSU, July 22nd-Oregon, July 23rd-Ole Miss, July 24th-North Carolina, July 25th-Alabama, July 26th-Georgia Tech, July 27th-Penn State, July 28th-Ohio State, July 29th-California, July 30th-Clemson, July 31st-Georgia, August 1st-Nebraska, August 2nd-Virginia Tech, August 3rd-Miami, August 4th-Utah, August 5th-Tennessee, August 6th-Pitt, August 7th-West Virginia, August 8th-Boise State, August 9th-TCU

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