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SCS.comBCS BOWL PREVIEW SERIES: ROSE & SUGAR
December 31, 2007
By David, SCS.com Staff Writer
Now that we've had plenty of time to digest the appetizers and meat of bowl season, the sweet dessert that is the BCS comes to our attention. While the January 1 BCS games look like mismatches on a first glance, there is a lot more to these games than analysts give credit to. Will the outsiders Illinois and Hawaii step up, or will traditional powers Georgia and USC make a case that they should've played each other for....[MORE]

SCS.comLEAGUE PLAY HEATS UP AS '08 APPROACHES
December 31, 2007
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
As teams wrap up their non-conference schedules, several conferences begin conference play this week. The Big 12 and SEC will hold off until the following week, and the ACC will have just a few games played, but the Big 10, Pac-10, and Big East all feature competitive conference matchups to begin what should be another fantastic winter of hoops. Enjoy the bowl season, but as college football comes to a close, college....[MORE]

SCS.comSCS.COM BOWL PREVIEW SERIES: PART VIII
December 30, 2007
By Gregg, SCS.com Staff Writer
The next two bowls in the preview series feature yet another SEC versus Big Ten battle with Michigan and Florida meeting in the Capital One Bowl in Orlando in addition to a Big Twelve versus ACC clash in the Gator Bowl with Virginia and Texas Tech colliding in Jacksonville. For Virginia, what began as a season with no expectations ended with great results, earning Al Groh the ACC coach of the year honor. Texas Tech coach....[MORE]

SCS.comSCS.COM BOWL PREVIEW SERIES: PART VII
December 29, 2007
By Joey, SCS.com Staff Writer
A pair of major conference matchups will highlight the early portion of the schedule on New Year's Day, as the SEC takes on the Big Ten and Big XII in the Outback and Cotton Bowls, respectively, to welcome in the new year. Wisconsin and Tennessee will go head-to-head in the day's sunrise contest, as both teams look for their tenth win of the 2007 season. Arkansas and Missouri will do battle in the Cotton Bowl as a pair....[MORE]

SCS.comSCS.COM BOWL PREVIEW SERIES: PART VI
December 28, 2007
By Matt, SCS.com Staff Writer
The bowl season kicks into high gear with some intriguing New Year’s Eve bowl games. Six BCS teams square off. The bowl game that will get the most publicity is the Music City Bowl, due to the cheating scandal that will leave Florida State with a very short bench. Indiana and Oklahoma State will play in a very evenly matched Insight Bowl. Lastly, Clemson and Auburn play in one of the best non-BCS bowls. How is Clemson’s....[MORE]

SCS.comSCS.COM BOWL PREVIEW SERIES: PART V
December 27, 2007
By David, SCS.com Staff Writer
There are just as many games on New Year's Eve as January 1 this year, and the afternoon lineup is very compelling. If you like offense, these matinees, including the Armed Forces matchup between California and Air Force, the Sun Bowl showdown pitting once-highly ranked Oregon against South Florida, and the Humanitarian clash featuring Fresno State and Georgia Tech, are for you. This is the best part of bowl season....[MORE]

SCS.comSCS.COM BOWL PREVIEW SERIES: PART IV
December 26, 2007
By Gregg, SCS.com Staff Writer
With Christmas gone, it's time to preview the next three bowls in the post-season series, the Liberty, Alamo, and Independence. The Liberty Bowl will display an SEC versus Conference USA battle as Central Florida and Mississippi State are set to go toe-to-toe in Memphis. This game also features a showdown between two coaches who gained recognition by their league for their excellent seasons. George O’Leary was named....[MORE]

SCS.comSCS.COM BOWL PREVIEW SERIES: PART III
December 24, 2007
By David, SCS.com Staff Writer
Motivation is the single key word that defines this bowl season, and especially in this first set of bowl games between BCS conference teams. Will these teams be disappointed to be in these so-called lower level bowl games, or are the kids motivated to play another game in December on a national stage? Plenty of compelling storylines come from this quartet of bowl games, so let's jump right in to the analysis of the Champs....[MORE]

SCS.comSLOW WEEK FOR HOOPS OVER CHRISTMAS
December 24, 2007
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
A little holiday called Christmas is shutting down college basketball for a few days, so enjoy the holiday season with family, and tune into some NBA or NFL games if that’s your thing. The upcoming weekend does promise some solid NCAA basketball action, although it will not be nearly as captivating as this past Saturday, which contained two top ten matchups. In a few weeks when conference play begins, the college hoops....[MORE]

SCS.comWILL COLLEGE HOOPS' HOT STARTS LAST?
December 21, 2007
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
Last season, the Clemson Tigers raced off to a scorching 17-0 start. Unfortunately, the fun stopped there, as Oliver Purnell saw his team drop 10 of its next 14 contests. Instead of heading to the NCAA tournament, which seemed almost guaranteed at one point, the Tigers were relegated to the NIT. Even with the disappointing finish, Clemson still ended up winning 25 games and even reached the championship of the NIT....[MORE]

SCS.comSCS.COM BOWL PREVIEW SERIES: PART II
December 20, 2007
By Matt, SCS.com Staff Writer
Money is not the only thing on the line in these late December bowls. The early bowls may not seem important now, but they have huge implications going into next year. Although these earlier bowls are sometimes disregarded by casual fans, the players and coaches know how important they can be. Winning can raise a young team’s confidence. Losing can cripple a team‘s morale. Texas, Arizona State, UCLA, and....[MORE]

SCS.comSCS.COM BOWL PREVIEW SERIES: PART I
December 18, 2007
By Joey, SCS.com Staff Writer
Sometimes less is more. Despite the first four bowls of the 2007-08 schedule having only one participant from a BCS conference, there will still be plenty of exciting action. A top tier offense, a red hot freshman quarterback, and the nation's number one rushing attack will all be on display this week as bowl week kicks off. Sure this isn't the Rose Bowl or the Orange Bowl, but what's not to like about Utah's 6-game....[MORE]

SCS.comUPCOMING SATURDAY IS ONE TO REMEMBER
December 17, 2007
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
After a relatively uneventful week of college basketball, the first few days of the upcoming week won’t be much better. Starting on Thursday, however, there may not be a better stretch of games all season, and Saturday will undoubtedly be the most entertaining day of basketball so far this year. Georgetown and Memphis will be the biggest game of them all, but other games this week include Texas and Michigan State....[MORE]

SCS.comSTAFF CASTS VOTES FOR ALL-AMERICANS
December 11, 2007
By SouthernCollegeSports.com Staff
The SCS.com has taken advantage of the lull between the end of the regular season and the start of bowl play to put together a list of the country's top players from the past season. Each football staff member submitted a vote for this year's First and Second Team All-America squads, and what resulted was a list of twenty-six players who have been named First Team All-Americans. Among those honored was Darren....[MORE]

SCS.comUPCOMING WEEK LACKS MARQUEE CONTESTS
December 10, 2007
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
Hopefully, you college basketball junkies can find something else to do this week. Anything at all will do, because there isn’t very much excitement on tap for college hoops this week. Although a bevy of preseason tournaments, conference challenges, and monster non-conference matchups have taken place the past few weeks, there is so little excitement this week that there isn’t even a “Game of the Week”....[MORE]

SCS.comSLOW STARTS SEND TEAMS INTO EARLY PANIC
December 6, 2007
By Larry, SCS.com Staff Writer
Entering the season, Stephen Curry and Davidson had aspirations of achieving a national ranking by season's end and having an at-large bid in the bag. However, the first month of the season has been nearly disastrous for the Wildcats as well, as many other teams from both major and mid-major conferences throughout the country. Granted it is very early in the season still and very few teams are at the point of panicking....[MORE]

SCS.comGRIDIRON BREAK GIVES HOOPS SPOTLIGHT
December 3, 2007
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
Filled with twists and turns and wackiness all around, one of the zaniest college football regular seasons has finally come to an end. With the absence of football at least for a few more weeks, college basketball has a chance to grab the nation’s attention, starting this week. With a showdown between USC and Memphis highlighting the week, along with other intriguing matchups along the way, there is plenty of action....[MORE]

SCS.comNUMBERS 1 AND 2 LOSE IN FINAL WEEKEND
December 2, 2007
By Matt, SCS.com Staff Writer
Ohio State, pack your bags. You are heading to New Orleans. Their opponent? Heck if I know, or if anyone knows for that matter. The injury to West Virginia QB Pat White crippled WVU‘s offense, while Missouri was just outplayed in a game that was tied at halftime. A win would've sent Missouri to the national title game, and you get outscored 24-3 in the 2nd half? You do not deserve it. Who does deserve it? In my opinion, it is....[MORE]

SCS.comHOLIDAYS COMING AND GOING, HOOPS IS HERE
December 1, 2007
By Ben, SCS.com Staff Writer
It's that time of year again. No, not the time to load up the van and drive to Uncle Phil's house for Thanksgiving dinner, while you spend the afternoon watching football and listening to Grandpa's stories of “the old days.” And no, its not the time for waking up and opening presents and then watching the Christmas Story all day for the 300th time. It's somewhere in between the two, a time that most know best....[MORE]

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