College Football Picks

  • JUNE 28TH, 2011

    2011 NCAA College Football Conference Odds – Big Ten & PAC-12

    The recent realignment of a few teams in college football has set up divisions in two major conferences for the first time in their history. The addition of Nebraska to the Big Ten gives the conference 12 teams, which have been divided up into the Leaders and Legends Divisions. The PAC-10 is now the PAC-12 as the addition of both Colorado and Utah has create.....

  • JUNE 27TH, 2011

    2011 – 2012 Conference USA Video Preview

    Although unknown to some, Conference USA has the luxury of being filled with some extremely impressive offensive teams. The conference had four teams ranked in the top 25 in total offense last season and six overall in the top 50. At the head of each of these teams is a quarterback that runs the show. The league is as deep as it's ever been at the qua.....

  • JUNE 25TH, 2011

    2011 – 2012 Big 12 Conference Video Preview

    In this wacky year, the Big Ten conference will have 12 teams and the Big 12 will have only ten after the departure of Colorado and Nebraska. The Big 12 landscape will change significantly without those two. Here is an early look at the college football betting odds for who in the Big 12 has the best chance to win the 2012 national championship. The O.....

  • JUNE 25TH, 2011

    2011 – 2012 Atlantic Coast Conference Video Preview

    After leading the nation the previous four years with the most players selected in the first-round of the NFL Draft (30), the ACC lost a momentary grip on the position when only three players were chosen on Day One of the draft this season. Included was Florida State’s Christian Ponder, who became the first ACC quarterback to go in the opening round s.....

  • JUNE 24TH, 2011

    2011 – 2012 Big Ten Conference Video Preview

    The Big Ten will be looking to bounce back from an abysmal bowl season, picking up just three victories courtesy of The Ohio State Buckeyes, Iowa Hawkeyes and Illinois Fighting Illini. The league also suffered two devastating defeats courtesy of the SEC in bowl games, Michigan lost 52-14 to Mississippi State and Michigan State was blown out 49-7 to Alab.....

  • JUNE 24TH, 2011

    2011 – 2012 Big East Conference Video Preview

    As referenced in last year’s pre-season preview, this always-powerful basketball conference has come a long way toward establishing a football pedigree since it rejected Penn State’s application for admittance in 1985. Under its current alignment, which has been in place for six seasons, the BIG EAST is a combined 186-79 SU in non-conference games (.7.....

  • JUNE 23RD, 2011

    2011 NCAA Football Mid-Major Conference Preview

    Over the past several college football seasons teams from some of the Mid-Major conferences have been able to make a significant impact on the BCS rankings. While no Mid-Major team has made it all the way to a national title game, programs such as TCU, Boise State, and Nevada have continued to gain national recognition as legitimate football powers. There.....

  • JUNE 18TH, 2011

    2011-2012 College Bowl Game Schedule Announced

    College football's bowl schedule has been released for the 2011-12 season, featuring 35 games in 23 days and ending with the Allstate BCS National Championship Game Jan. 9 in New Orleans. The bowl season will open Dec. 17 with three games -- the New Mexico Bowl, the uDrove Humanitarian Bowl and the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl -- the Football Bowl As.....

  • JUNE 13TH, 2011

    2011 NCAA Football Major Conference Preview

    The 2011 college football season does not kick-off for over two months, but the debate on which teams will come out on top in each of the six major conferences is in full swing. There have been a few shake ups this year with the Big 12 losing Nebraska to the Big Ten and Colorado to the newly expanded PAC-12. Utah also joined the PAC-12 from the Mountain West.....

  • JUNE 8TH, 2011

    Terrelle Pryor Leaving Ohio State Buckeyes

    The tumultuous offseason for the Ohio State Buckeyes just got a heck of a lot more tumultuous. On Tuesday, Terrelle Pryor announced that he was leaving Ohio State and likely turning pro in some form. Pryor was one of the hottest recruited players in the country just three seasons ago, making national headlines over the course of several weeks around Nationa.....