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Q&A: The state of BYU football in 2015, with Mitch Harper

BYU football has always been intriguing to me. The program has a unique identity in the world of college football, as well as a rich history that often gets overlooked. During the conference realignment phase of a few years ago, BYU was left out of the power…


2015 Preview: Picking Conference USA

Keeping in the patriotic spirit of July 4th, and to follow up this morning’s American Athletic Conference predictions, why not serve up a helping of Conference USA predictions for the new season? A year after Marshall fell just shy of potentially cashing in on a big bowl…


2015 Preview: Picking the American Athletic Conference

College football may still be a little under two months away, but that does not mean it is too early to start doing some projecting. Today I am starting to reveal my offseason win projections, and what more appropriate way to get it started than by sorting…


Tennessee joins the Nike family and shows off new uniforms

Navy joining the American Athletic Conference was not the only big change taking place in college football today. Tennessee officially joined the Nike family with a grand showcase of a brand new line-up of uniforms across the athletic department. Of course, that means new football uniforms for…



Navy joins The American: Where AAC goes from here, and what about Army?

Navy football has always been an American tradition. Now it is an American Athletic Conference tradition. Today Navy’s addition to the American Athletic Conference became official, bringing the conference’s membership up to 12 members to open the door to a brand new conference championship game starting this…



2014 In Review: Year 2 of the American Athletic Conference

The 2014 season was the second full season for the American Athletic Conference since rebranding from the shambles of the final days of the Big East, yet it saw more changes in conference make-up. Rutgers left the conference to begin competing in the Rutgers, but East Carolina,…



South Carolina, Steve Spurrier and the Confederate Flag

In 2006, South Carolina hosted Tennessee in a game that was visited by ESPN’s weekly pregame show, College GameDay. As is regularly the case, fans came to hold up posters and wave flags in the background of the GameDay set, but one flag drew the ire of…