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SCS.comUPSETS SHAKE UP CFB IN WEEK FIVE
September 30, 2007
By Matt, SCS.com Staff Writer
Week 5 looked bland. There was only one game where a top 25 team played another top 25 team (Cal vs. Oregon). The top 10 teams looked to have easy games before week 6, which is full of blockbusters. Or so I thought. Boy, I was way off. Three teams in the top 5 - Oklahoma, Florida, and West Virginia - lost. Texas and Rutgers, two top 10 teams, lost by double digits. Clemson and Penn State lost vital conference....[MORE]

SCS.comHOOPS FRESHMEN FLYING UNDER THE RADAR
September 28, 2007
By Cody, SCS.com Guest Writer
College football is currently in full swing, but it's never too early to start thinking about college basketball. Midnight Madness will be here before we know it, and it's going to be another great season. The implementation of the one-year minimum rule for high school seniors definitely had a huge impact on college basketball last year. Greg Oden and Kevin Durant gave fans a lot of great memories and then carried their....[MORE]

SCS.comPAC-10 TILT TAKES WEEK FIVE'S CENTER STAGE
September 27, 2007
By Gregg, SCS.com Staff Writer
After a week where there was minimal shake-up at the top of the rankings, week #5 has a couple of interesting matchups that will impact the national stage. Earning top billing on Saturday is a great matchup of high powered offenses as California heads north to take on the Ducks of Oregon in a pivotal early season Pac-10 showdown. The Big East also earns its first critical battle of the year as the Mountaineers of West Virginia....[MORE]

SCS.comWHICH CONFERENCE REIGNS SUPREME?
September 26, 2007
By Joey, SCS.com Staff Writer
With the college football season now approaching its fifth weekend, two conferences have separated themselves from the pack as the best in the country. The SEC and Pac-10, which have been home to some of the top teams year in and year out for the better part of this decade, are once again dominating this season. Ten of the top twenty-five teams in the current AP Poll call one of those two conferences home....[MORE]

SCS.comSEPTEMBER: THE MONTH OF NEAR UPSETS
September 25, 2007
By David, SCS.com Staff Writer
One weekend remains in the opening month of the college football season, and the stage has been set for a fantastic slate of conference games in October. Looking back on the past four weeks, the only real theme has been a high number of upsets and near upsets, more so than usual for the early-season. For every Appalachian State-Michigan or Syracuse-Louisville, there seems to be 3 “what might have been” games....[MORE]

SCS.comWHO COULD BE THIS YEAR'S ODEN OR DURANT?
September 21, 2007
By Larry, SCS.com Guest Writer
Last year's group of freshmen was one of the most dynamic that college basketball has ever seen. First years Kevin Durant of Texas and Greg Oden of Ohio State took the national scene by storm. Durant posted the best statistics in the country, and Oden embodied how a dominant player playing within the team concept can lead to success. Although neither wound up cutting down the nets down in Atlanta, Oden and....[MORE]

SCS.comINTER-DIVISIONAL SEC BATTLE LEADS WEEK 4
September 20, 2007
By Gregg, SCS.com Staff Writer
After last weekend's action, which saw numerous ranked teams fall and others struggle to overcome lesser foes, what does week #4 have in store for the college football landscape? This is the first full weekend in which the majority of teams begin their conference season, so the intensity level should increase substantially. As is usually the case, the SEC leads the way with top matchups, led by South Carolina’s visit to LSU....[MORE]

SCS.comR-E-S-P-E-C-T? UNDEFEATED BUT OVERLOOKED
September 19, 2007
By Joey, SCS.com Staff Writer
With the ’07-’08 campaign now three weeks old, the season is starting to reach the point where teams that are expected to be winning are winning for the most part (sorry Notre Dame), and teams that are expected to be losing are doing their part as well. However, as is always the case, there are several teams right now that have been excelling and not getting the recognition that maybe they should be. Now granted, the top 25....[MORE]

SCS.comTHE SECOND SEASON OF CONFERENCE PLAY
September 18, 2007
By David, SCS.com Staff Writer
With all due respect to the ACC and the SEC, the second season of conference play begins in full force this weekend. This is a dramatic time of year because no matter how your favorite team started the season, all records are essentially reset for conference play. While Michigan has struggled to beat anybody with a pulse and Penn State has cruised to a 3-0 start, all of that will be forgotten if the Nittany Lions....[MORE]

SCS.comUSC'S DOMINANCE HIGHLIGHTS WEEK THREE
September 16, 2007
By Matt, SCS.com Staff Writer
Outside of USC vs. Nebraska, there were not a lot of big time matchups in week 3. However, there were some great performances, shocking upsets, and dazzling finishes. Boston College, West Virginia, Florida, and Ohio State all had statement wins, while Louisville, Oklahoma State, Auburn, UCLA, and Arkansas all had disappointing losses. Texas was lucky for the third week in a row to escape with a victory, this time against....[MORE]

SCS.comCATCHING UP ON THE SUMMER'S HOOPS NEWS
September 14, 2007
By Daniel, SCS.com Guest Writer
Not only did the NBA Draft take place this June, but the college basketball off-season proved to be an eventful one as far as off-the-court incidents, coaching changes, and other issues go. Some teams experienced positive news, while others suffered news that may set them back before the season even begins. It’s time to take a look at some of the biggest developments of the off-season and the impact they had on their....[MORE]

SCS.comTROJANS' VISIT NEBRASKA KEY BATTLE
September 13, 2007
By Gregg, SCS.com Staff Writer
Heading into the third week of the season, there are some major surprises across the college football landscape, beginning with an upcoming game between winless Notre Dame and Michigan, records that seemed impossible heading into the season. On the flip side, an interesting battle is set up for Saturday night, when USC heads to Lincoln, Nebraska, with the Huskers looking for revenge after last season’s win by....[MORE]

SCS.comPOST-DEFECTIONS: THE RISE OF THE BIG EAST
September 12, 2007
By Joey, SCS.com Staff Writer
Be honest, when Miami and Virginia Tech left for the ACC after the 2003 season, and Boston College followed suit in 2004, you were ready to right off the Big East as a football conference; and why wouldn’t you? The top two returning teams were West Virginia, who had won more than 8 games only once since 1994, and Pittsburgh, who had just started to become a nationally recognized program and was fresh off a 35-7 route....[MORE]

SCS.comGETTING OFF ON THE WRONG FOOT
September 11, 2007
By David, SCS.com Staff Writer
While two weeks of a 12 game schedule may seem very early to discuss the failed or exceeded expectations of the 2007 season, teams such as Michigan and Notre Dame must start looking around now to figure out how to save this season. Both of those teams and a few others expected to do well have instead started on the wrong foot. An 0-2 start may not seem like a big deal for some programs. Nevertheless, an 0-2 start....[MORE]

SCS.comUM, AU LOSSES AMONG WEEK'S TOP NEWS
September 9, 2007
By Matt, SCS.com Staff Writer
Week two was full of close calls and surprising blowouts. Michigan was creamed by Oregon 39-7, stunning the Big House for the second straight week. If you spread out the Wolverine defense, you are guaranteed at least 400 yards of total offense. Michigan will host Notre Dame next week, who got man-handled by Penn State 31-10. One of these historic powerhouses will start the year 0-3, which is absolutely....[MORE]

SCS.comWEEK TWO: BAYOU BATTLE SETS THE STAGE
September 6, 2007
By Gregg, SCS.com Staff Writer
The results of last weekend's games dampened the enthusiasm around some of the week 2 action, but there are still a number of excellent matchups to preview. The national spotlight shifts to Baton Rouge, Louisiana where two top ten teams will tangle on Saturday evening as Virginia Tech travels to Death Valley, where LSU awaits. The SEC also has a couple of key conference battles that will help shape....[MORE]

SCS.comBUYING WINS? THE I-AA OPPONENT DEBATE
September 5, 2007
By David, SCS.com Staff Writer
It was inevitable. At some point in all these Division I-A teams scheduling I-AA opponents for a 12th game, a big fish was finally going to fall. College football is so unpredictable that the Appalachian State-Michigan game was inevitable. For Wolverine fans it might be hard to swallow right now, but there is no doubt some other school would have fallen to a I-AA school eventually. It is just probability, but nevertheless now is a....[MORE]

SCS.comA-STATE OVER MICHIGAN: THE GREATEST EVER?
September 5, 2007
By Joey, SCS.com Staff Writer
When Appalachian State safety Corey Lynch’s hands met pigskin on Saturday afternoon, it clinched perhaps the biggest upset in the history of college football. Lynch blocked what would have been a game winning field goal by the Michigan Wolverines, and the celebration in Boone, North Carolina began. It was the first time a Division 1-AA program had ever defeated a nationally ranked Division 1-A team. But this wasn’t....[MORE]

SCS.comOPENING SATURDAY FEATURES HUGE UPSET
September 2, 2007
By Matt, SCS.com Staff Writer
The first Saturday of the 2007 college football season was one to remember, most notably for the stunning upset D-IAA Appalachian State pulled on the road against the Michigan Wolverines, a team this site ranked #3 in its preseason poll. There were other surprises as well, such Notre Dame’s pathetic showing against Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech’s offensive struggles against East Carolina, Georgia’s dominance of....[MORE]

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