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Paul Finebaum Declares The New Heisman Trophy Favorite

Not quite, but ESPN college football analyst Paul Finebaum believes we have a clear leader following Saturday’s rivalry games. According to the ESPN college football analyst, Alabama quarterback Bryce Young has taken the lead in the race for the Heisman Trophy. “About halfway through yesterday, it was nobody, because nobody...
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Kirk Herbstreit Releases His New College Football Top 6

New rankings are in from ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit. The longtime ESPN college football analyst has released his new top six following a very eventful rivalry Saturday. On Saturday, Michigan upset Ohio State for the first time in a decade, Alabama narrowly escaped Auburn in the Iron Bowl...
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Paul Finebaum heaps praise on Jim Harbaugh after shutting him up

ESPN college football analyst Paul Finebaum, a longtime critic of Jim Harbaugh, finally came around in Harbaugh’s seventh year at the helm of the Michigan Wolverines. And after Michigan turned in a 42-27 win over the heavily-favored Ohio State Buckeyes on Saturday, who can really blame him?. “I genuinely felt...
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Kirk Herbstreit Has Blunt Response To Ohio State Speculation

Can a two-loss, non-Big Ten champion Ohio State team still be alive for the College Football Playoff?. While some fans on social media might be speculating about the possibility – What if Cincinnati loses next week? What if Alabama also loses to Georgia? Could there then be a debate for the No. 4 spot, including Ohio State – one ESPN analyst isn’t having it.
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Look: Kirk Herbstreit Floats A Crazy “What If” Scenario

ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit floated a pretty crazy College Football Playoff “what if” scenario on Sunday night. The College Football Playoff will probably consist of Georgia, Michigan, Cincinnati and Oklahoma State, but it’s far from locked up. Sunday night, Herbstreit floated the following scenario:. Georgia beats Alabama in...
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Kirk Herbstreit names his top 4 teams after Week 13

Kirk Herbstreit has released his college football top four teams and there weren’t any serious surprises. Of course, the ESPN analyst has Georgia at No. 1. The Bulldogs have held that position for several weeks. Herbstreit, who is a former Ohio State quarterback, has Michigan at No. 2 after the...
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Boston's Bearcat Bounce

Welcome again to another Monday edition of the Bearcat Bounce. Today, we’ll look back on the Bearcats regular season finale victory at East Carolina. Luke Fickell’s team finished a second straight regular season unbeaten, and now have reached 21 consecutive regular season wins. Six Bearcat seniors were selected, and committed to play in this year's Reese’s Senior Bowl down in Mobile, Alabama. We’ll go over everyone Jim Nagy and crew selected from this Bearcat team. With all of the talent leaving Clifton after this season, the Bearcats continue to hit the recruiting trail hard, and it paid off this week landing their highest rated defensive recruit in program history. The Men’s basketball team lost their second straight game, dropping one at home to Monmouth. There won’t be much time spent on that at all because we’re all about the positives here on the Bounce. So let's jump right into it starting with the big win on Friday.
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Jim Harbaugh received text from Hall of Fame coach following win

Jim Harbaugh had one of the best days of his coaching career on Saturday, finally defeating Ohio State. Afterwards, one of the coolest moments of his career took place as well — Harbaugh received a congratulatory text from legendary coach John Madden. “Jim Harbaugh says he got a text from...
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Alabama College Football Playoff scenarios: Crimson Tide out with two losses, Rece Davis says

Alabama moved down a spot in this week's latest College Football Playoff rankings and now, the path to the final four is clear for the Crimson Tide — Nick Saban's team must win out to ensure a semifinal appearance in defense of their national championship. The College GameDay crew cycled through three Playoff scenarios during Saturday's show, with only one paving the way for an Alabama berth in the final four.
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Seven College Football Conference Championship Games Set for ESPN Networks in Week 14

Four ranked showdowns featured in conference championship slate. CFP Top 25 Rankings unveiled Tuesday in penultimate show. College football’s regular season across ABC and ESPN networks will conclude with seven conference championship games December 3-4, including the ACC, American, Big 12, MAC, Pac-12, Sun Belt and SWAC. All conference championship games will be available on the ESPN App.
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THE MAIN CHARACTER, Rivalry Week: They're scared

Welcome to the weekly college football wrapup that recognizes this sport is about nothing but feelings, primarily about enjoying the bad ones suffered by people besides you. It’s nothing but feelings, all the way down. Made-up polls determine which teams get the most attention and best postseason invites. Friendship clubs founded 100 years ago determine which teams get to call themselves “powers.” Recruiting is about the feelings of 17-year-old boys, and even head coaches can vanish because some booster gifted the wrong color BMW.
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College Football World Reacts To What Todd McShay Said

ESPN college football and NFL Draft analyst Todd McShay made quite the claim following Ohio State’s loss to Michigan on Saturday. The Buckeyes fell to the Wolverines for the first time in roughly a decade on Saturday. Ryan Day’s program has likely been eliminated from College Football Playoff contention as a result.
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College football rankings: ESPN updates FPI Top 25 after Week 13

The ESPN college football power index includes massive change Sunday after a rash of surprises during rivalry weekend. No surprise was bigger than Michigan tilting the college football world on its axis with a win over Ohio State. Coupled with Oklahoma State's comeback win in Bedlam against Oklahoma, the Wolverines and Cowboys are now in the thick of the College Football Playoff hunt as both teams move one step closer to their first final-four appearances.
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