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SCS.comCFB PREVIEW 2006: THE BIG XII
July 31, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
All eyes will be on Texas this fall as the country observes how last year's national champions defend their crown. Oklahoma, however, looks to be the solid pick for the South title, while we project Texas A&M to be one of the surprise stories in the country this season and make a run of their own at a conference title. Texas Tech will continue to be solid on offense, while Oklahoma State tries to improve upon a sub-par season....[MORE]

SCS.comA DIFFERENT KIND OF CFB PREVIEW
July 28, 2006
By David, SCS.com Staff Writer
With a little over a month before the season kicks off and the SCS.com season previews in full swing, it was a perfect time for the new NCAA Football video game to come out last week. As a break from real previews, I thought we should do something fun and see how the game system thinks the 2006 season will go in college football. Who wins the BCS title this season? Who wins the conference titles and who goes bowling?....[MORE]

SCS.comCFB PREVIEW 2006: THE BIG TEN
July 27, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Much like Ohio State did after a disappointing 2004 campaign, Michigan hopes to rebound from a 2005 let-down of their own to contend for this fall's Big Ten title. The Buckeyes and Wolverines appear to be the front-runners early on in 2006. Last year's champ Penn State should slide back a notch this season, while we look for Iowa to continue hanging around the top of the standings, much like they've done for several seasons....[MORE]

SCS.comCFB PREVIEW 2006: THE PAC 10
July 25, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
USC has dominated the PAC 10 for several years now, but with a number of the Trojans' top players from a season ago now departed to the NFL, it could be a chance for a new team, like the Cal Bears, to step into that top spot. Arizona State also looks to be on pace for a strong season, while Oregon should slide down a bit but still remain among the top four in the conference. Washington State and Oregon State, meanwhile....[MORE]

SCS.comTEN NON-BCS GAMES TO WATCH IN SEPTEMBER
July 21, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
With the expansion of the BCS from four to five games this season, a number of schools in the non-BCS conferences are hoping to take advantage by becoming only the second team in history not from one of the "big six" conferences to make its way into the championship series. The march to that goal begins with the start of the season in less than six weeks, and a number of the biggest matchups pitting....[MORE]

SCS.comCFB PREVIEW 2006: THE BIG EAST
July 20, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
A young West Virginia squad shocked most last season by sneaking up to win the Big East title and then taking home a Sugar Bowl win over Georgia. The Mountaineers, along with Louisville, are expected to be near the top of the standings once again in 2006. Pittsburgh, who had a rough start to the season a year ago but performed a bit better down the stretch, also looks to be in the running for this fall's conference title....[MORE]

SCS.comCFB PREVIEW 2006: CONFERENCE USA
July 18, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
The 2006 Conference USA West race could be as entertaining as any other in the entire country. Houston, Tulsa, and UTEP all have quality players under center who are capable of leading their respective squads to a conference title. Over in the East, it appears to be more of a two-horse race between UCF and Southern Miss for a trip to this year's league championship game. UAB and Memphis will both be attempting to....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEW EXTRA: COACHES FEELING THE HEAT
July 17, 2006
By Matthew, SCS.com Guest Writer
The job of a college football coach is to do a number of things: win games, keep his players disciplined, and represent the school with honor. When a coach fails to do so, the spotlight rests solely on one person, and it is always the head coach. Often, college football fans are impatient. They want to win regularly and become a national powerhouse, to put it simply. The fans are always quick to turn on the coach....[MORE]

SCS.comCFB PREVIEW 2006: THE MOUNTAIN WEST
July 14, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
TCU stepped into the Mountain West last fall and immediately took charge, going unbeaten in league play and winning the conference title in their first year as a member. The Frogs look capable of making another championship run in 2006, though the Utah Utes, who went unbeaten themselves just two seasons ago, look prepared to make a similar run of their own. BYU, meanwhile, appears to be making a move....[MORE]

SCS.comCFB PREVIEW 2006: THE MAC
July 12, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
The MAC has grown into a better and better conference with each passing year since the turn of the century, and that upward trend is expected to continue in 2006. Northern Illinois and superstar RB Garrett Wolfe have to among the favorites to win the league this year, as do defending division champs Toledo and Akron. Miami (Ohio) and Bowling Green will both be replacing star signal-callers this fall, while Ohio hopes to take....[MORE]

SCS.comCFB PREVIEW 2006: THE INDEPENDENTS
July 10, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Notre Dame and Navy are clearly the class of the small pool of D-I college football teams without a conference home. The Irish boast both a serious Heisman Trophy candidate and hopes for a national title, while the Midshipmen are looking to capitalize on three straight seasons of eight wins or more. Army, meanwhile, is hoping to take a step forward and approach the .500 mark this fall, while the Temple Owls....[MORE]

SCS.comCFB PREVIEW 2006: THE WAC
July 7, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
The WAC's gridiron has been controlled mainly by the likes of Fresno State and Boise State in recent years, though others like UTEP (2004) and Nevada (2005) have stepped up recently to contend for the league title. The Broncos have won or shared the conference championship every year since 2002, and once again, it looks as if they - as well as the Bulldogs - will continue to hold steady in the WAC, though the....[MORE]

SCS.comCFB PREVIEW 2006: THE SUN BELT
July 5, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
In a way, it was a changing of the guard in the Sun Belt last season. After several years of dominance, North Texas dropped to dead last in the league standings last fall, making way for a three-way tie for the 2005 conference title. Two members of that championship trio, LA-Lafayette and Arkansas State, appear ready to defend that crown in 2006 as both are projected at or near the top of this season's Sun Belt standings....[MORE]

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