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Rivalry Week begins on Thanksgiving in Orlando

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This week is billed as “Rivalry Week” in college football with several traditional games taking place. The action begins on Thanksgiving night. The surging South Florida Bulls make the I-4 trip to visit the Central Florida Knights. While the game is a matchup between rivals, Central Florida is not expected to slow down the Bulls. After a 1-3 start, the Bulls have run off six victories in seven games to move to 7-4. The only loss was a 29-17 defeat…

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Trouble in Buckeye land; Is LSU about to call Jimbo Fisher?

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This week’s college football games jumbled the national playoff picture. Shocking defeats and bitter reactions are making headlines. The numbers tell the story. Here are just a few that are helping make headlines. 508 – Yards passing by Mississippi State’s Dak Prescott in the Bulldogs’ 51-50 win at Arkansas. He also connected for 2 touchdowns giving him 23 for the year with just 3 interceptions. 250 – Yards rushing by Maryland’s Brandon Ross against Indiana on Saturday. The total was…

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A new touchdown king crowned; Michigan, Notre Dame, FSU records broken

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Saturday’s college football action saw plenty of newsworthy accomplishments. While only three games featured ranked teams playing each other, unranked teams made spirited bids for upsets and produced heroic performances. An all-time NCAA record was established along with new records at two of college football’s most storied programs. Here are some of Saturday’s top accomplishments 307 – Rushing yards by Indiana against No. 14 Michigan in the Wolverines’ 48-41 double-overtime victory. Coming into the game, Michigan was the third-best defense…

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USF swamps outgunned FAMU; FSU up next

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As the new head coach at Florida A&M University, Alex Wood knew going in that he would have a tough job. Inheriting a squad that went 3-9 the past two seasons indicates there is nowhere to go but up. Halfway into his first game his team had a grand total of one first down against the University of South Florida Bulls. FAMU was down only 16-0 at half, but it went downhill from there with USF rolling to a 51-3…

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