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Jim Leavitt is a great choice to lead the Oregon defense

Jim Leavitt is a great choice to lead the Oregon defense. Under his guidance, the Duck D will get back to where it was under longtime defensive coordinator Nick Aliotti. Make no mistake about it: Oregon’s defense has declined rapidly ever since Aliotti retired at the end of the 2013 season. Sure, the Ducks played […]

Four candidates that Alabama should interview for offensive coordinator

Now that Lane Kiffin is the head coach at Florida Atlantic, Nick Saban needs to hire a new offensive coordinator. Who should he bring in to run the Tide offense? Here’s a list of four candidates that Alabama should interview for offensive coordinator (although it doesn’t mean the school will interview them!) 4. Sterlin Gilbert […]

Like it or not, there’s nothing anyone can do from Wakeyleaks happening again

If Tom Clancy or Chris Carter ever decide to pursue doing something about college football, at least they finally have a real-life template. As we all know by now, a former Wake Forest assistant turned radio commentator Tommy Elrod was outed as giving game-planning material of the Demon Deacons to opponents over the past three […]

Expect Lane Kiffin to succeed at Florida Atlantic

Given what he’s been through the past few years, expect Lane Kiffin to succeed at Florida Atlantic. Make no mistake about it: some experts didn’t think that Kiffin would ever become a head coach again. After all, he rubbed a lot of people the wrong way by leaving Tennessee after just one season to take […]

Charlie Strong is a home-run hire for the South Florida Bulls

Charlie Strong is a home-run hire for the South Florida Bulls. Under his leadership, USF will win its first outright conference championship in school history. Make no mistake about it: Strong walks into a great situation in Tampa. Unlike his previous stops at Louisville and Texas, there’s no need to rebuild everything from scratch. Willie […]

Preps to Pros? Five college coaches the NFL may come after this year

Would you believe we’re going on about three years since an NFL team poached a college coach, and that was the Houston Texans with Bill O’Brien, whom no one thought was too long for the college game as it is? The argument probably goes along with the fact that recently, the collegiate ranks haven’t really […]

The 2016 TSS Heisman Poll: Final Results

On Monday night, the following players were named as finalists for the 2016 Heisman Trophy: Lamar Jackson, QB, Louisville Deshaun Watson, QB, Clemson Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma Dede Westbrook, WR, Oklahoma Jabrill Peppers, LB, Michigan From the outset of our first poll of the season, Lamar Jackson has been in pole position. The contenders have […]

CFB Playoffs this year show why we should never go to 8 teams. Ever.

We do this autopsy every stinking year around this time, after the four teams picked for the CFB Playoff are announced to a world just waiting to rip them apart with negativity no matter what the result. Through three years of this thing, the committee has mostly gotten it right, at least in the sense […]

CFB Playoff committee sets dangerous precedent in picking OSU over PSU

To be honest, there was no good answer, but there was no bad answer, either. When it came to picking the four teams that would participate in the CFB Playoffs, 2017 version, any amalgam of Alabama, Clemson, Washington, Ohio State, and/or Penn State was going to be justifiable. But to wit, any combination of those […]

San Diego State Aztecs defeat Wyoming to win Mountain West Championship

The San Diego State Aztecs defeated Wyoming 27-24 to win the Mountain West Conference championship. Make no mistake about it: this was an impressive victory for Rocky Long’s squad. After all, the Aztecs had the burden of playing the game in Laramie, where the ‘Pokes have been tough to beat this season. In fact, Wyoming […]

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