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SCS.comSCS.com RETURNS WITH A FULL HOUSE
August 16, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
SouthernCollegeSports.com is back after a brief timeout for clean-up and remodeling. A complete staff of two dozen writers will be at your service beginning with the 2004 college football season....[MORE]

SCS.comPICK 'EM CONTEST RETURNS
SCS.com August 16, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
The SCS.com Pick 'Em Contest is back for its third year. Enter and compete with fans from across the country, as well as members of the SCS.com staff....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEWING THE 2004 ACC
SCS.com August 16, 2004
By Dave Fitzgerald, SCS.com ACC Columnist
2004 marks the beginning of a new era in the ACC, as the conference expands to 11 schools this year and 12 next year. Widely regarded around the country as FSU's free pass to the BCS over the past few years, the ACC has added two football powerhouses into the mix this year....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEWING THE 2004 MAC
SCS.com August 16, 2004
By Andrew, SCS.com MAC Columnist
The MAC became the darlings of college football last year. In 2003, Miami almost crashed the BCS party, and the MAC had more wins against the BCS than ever before. Bowling Green beat Purdue, Marshall beat then #6 Kansas State, and N. Illinois beat Maryland, Alabama and Iowa State....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEWING THE 2004 PAC 10
SCS.com August 16, 2004
By Tai Pruce-Zimmerman, SCS.com PAC 10 Columnist
2004 looks to be a down year for the Pac-Ten as a whole, despite having the preseason favorite for the national title. In all likelihood, the conference will not fill all seven of its bowl tie-ins, with only four teams that are locks for the postseason....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEWING THE 2004 SUN BELT
SCS.com August 16, 2004
By Matt F., SCS.com Sun Belt Columnist
Most people you talk to would say that the Sun Belt Conference is a weak one. I beg to differ. This new season will bring some of the best college football the Sun Belt has seen in years. With newcomer Troy State, look for North Texas to be looking over its shoulder....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEWING THE 2004 BIG EAST
SCS.com August 16, 2004
By Matt A., SCS.com Big East Columnist
Mathias Kiwanuka. Walter Reyes. Chris Henry. Dan Orlovsky. Rob Petitti. These are names of Big East standouts, players who might not be too well known at the national level, but you can bet the new 7-team Big East knows all about these studs....[MORE]

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