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SCS.comAROUND THE COLLEGE NATION
September 30, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
The first weekend of the second full month of the college football season is also the young season's potentially most exciting Saturday so far. Not only are there big-time conference matchups involving the SEC, ACC, Big XII, Mountain West, and PAC 10, but there are also a couple of huge non-conference battles set to take place this weekend. The first big game of the weekend actually takes place Friday....[MORE]

SCS.comTUNE THE TUBE - THE WEEK'S TOP GAMES
Weekend of October 2, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Unlike last week, there were plenty of other matchups to choose from for the week's top game. This spot could have easily been held by the Purdue / Notre Dame or LSU / Georgia matchups. In fact, if you would have asked most people one month ago which game would be the biggest in the first week of October, most would have pointed to that Tigers / Bulldogs matchup in Athens, Georgia....[MORE]

SCS.comTHE WEEKEND'S BEST
Weekend of September 25, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Several stars from non-BCS leagues shined this week, including one from CUSA at the quarterback position and another at wide receiver from the MAC. This past Saturday was full of exciting games, including Washington State's last-minute miracle win at Arizona and Virginia Tech's field goal miss and loss at home against NC State. Another top game saw one of CUSA's favorites, TCU, fall to South Florida....[MORE]

SCS.comAROUND THE COLLEGE NATION
September 23, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Long billed as the nation's best conference from top to bottom, the SEC appears to have no real contender for the national title this fall. No elite team has stepped forward to take charge of the conference as of yet. The usual candidates in the Eastern Division, teams like Georgia, Florida, and Tennessee, all look very human this year. None of the three looks unbeatable. In fact, UT got the best of UF....[MORE]

SCS.comTUNE THE TUBE - THE WEEK'S TOP GAMES
Weekend of September 25, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
There isn't a whole lot to choose from, so for the second weekend in a row, the SEC's top matchup is also SCS.com's national game of the week. Alabama heads into Fayetteville unbeaten on the season, but the Tide will be without its main superstar. QB Brodie Croyle tore his ACL in the second half of Bama's win over Western Carolina last Saturday and will miss the rest of the season....[MORE]

SCS.comTHE WEEKEND'S BEST
Weekend of September 18, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Stars shined all across the land in Week Three as several big-time conference matchups took place. SCS.com honors a few of those, including Andrew Walter and his Arizona State Sun Devils. ASU hosted Iowa and absolutely destroyed one of the Big Ten's better teams by 37 points. Elsewhere, the top two games in the country took place in the SEC, while a PAC 10 running back scored 5 TDs....[MORE]

SCS.comAROUND THE COLLEGE NATION
September 16, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
The weather experts have been talking about Hurricane Ivan since the middle of last week. Now it's finally making landfall and will soon be dumping rain from the coast of Mississippi to the hills of Tennessee and into major northeastern cities like New York and Boston over the next few days. Unfortunately, Ivan's effects also stretch onto the playing surfaces of several college campuses....[MORE]

SCS.comTUNE THE TUBE - THE WEEK'S TOP GAMES
Weekend of September 18, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Two groups of Tigers get together on the Plains for what should be a fantastic matchup. Auburn and LSU have grown to hate each other more and more over the past few years, but the games really haven't been that close. The five most recent matchups have been decided by at least thirteen points each. One would think this year would be different though. Auburn has destroyed their first two opponents....[MORE]

SCS.comTHE WEEKEND'S BEST
Weekend of September 11, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
The midwest had several players among the nation's elite this weekend. Purdue QB Kyle Orton had a spectacular day as the Boilermakers continue to roll along. The honor for the top game of the weekend went to the ACC battle between Georgia Tech and Clemson. The Tigers had a lead late but botched a punt snap and allowed the Yellow Jackets to score just before time ran out....[MORE]

SCS.comAROUND THE COLLEGE NATION
September 9, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
When the college football schedule came out a few months ago, Friday, September 10th didn't look all that impressive. After all, the only game scheduled involved two teams that were basically huge question marks: Oregon State and Boise State. OSU, we knew, had the talent to be a good team, but would they live up to expectations? And even if they did, would they anywhere close to being good enough....[MORE]

SCS.comTUNE THE TUBE - THE WEEK'S TOP GAMES
Weekend of September 11, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
This matchup was anticipated all summer long. For the first time, the Seminoles / Hurricane showdown would have conference implications and would be more than just an in-state war. And then nature stepped in. Names like Jim Cantore and Greg Forbes from The Weather Channel became more prominent than the likes of Lee Corso and Kirk Herbstreit for citizens in the state of Florida....[MORE]

SCS.comTHE WEEKEND'S BEST
Weekend of September 4, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Stars shined all across the country in Week One of the 2004 college football season. SouthernCollegeSports.com honors just a few of those in this week's edition of "The Weekend's Best." Seven conferences are recognized as we take a look at the weekend's top players at quarterback, running back, and wide receiver, as well as the weekend's best team, best game, and biggest upset....[MORE]

SCS.comTUNE THE TUBE!...THE WEEK'S TOP GAMES
Week of September 4, 2004
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Many people around the country have picked this matchup as one of the best of the entire 2004 college football season. The Hurricanes have gotten the best of Bobby Bowden's Noles time and time again, but this is the first time that the game has conference implications....[MORE]

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