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College football around the state of Florida

With week 9 of the college football season upon us, this weekend features several games that will impact the rankings, especially with the first College Football Playoff rankings being released this coming Tuesday. Miami (FL) vs. Boston College The Miami Hurricanes travel up north to Boston College in a Friday night …

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Michigan Ready to Take On Villanova

With the NCAA national championship game nearly here, the Michigan Wolverines are ready to take on the Villanova Wildcats. Michigan’s Road to the Title Game The Michigan Wolverines have had an unusual string of opponents on their way to the national championship game. They have faced a 14-seed, a 6-seed, …

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Herman is Home at University of Texas

Tom Herman arrived in Austin, Texas Sunday afternoon to hold his first press conference as the Longhorns’ 30th head coach. Kicking off the presser, Herman thanked the University of Houston but also expressed the special spot Austin and the University of Texas holds in he and his family’s heart. “I …

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CFB Preview: Louisville Cardinals Look to keep Playoff Hopes Alive in Houston

The No. 5 Louisville Cardinals face the Houston Cougars at 8 in a primetime Thursday Night college football matchup. These teams have met 16 times previously, both winning eight.  The Cougars won the meeting last year between these two teams by a score of 34-31. Last Statement After Louisville lost a heartbreaker at Clemson, all seemed …

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East to West AAC showdown: UCF Knights vs. Houston Cougars

The UCF Knights will take on the Houston Cougars in an AAC showdown matchup this Saturday. Knights Back on Track? “The past is like using your rear-view mirror, it’s good to glance back and see how far you’ve come, but if you stare too long you’ll miss what’s right in …

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Ole-Miss vs Florida State Preview

Two teams who are coming off seasons that, at one point, had huge opportunities to make it to the 2015 College Football Playoff, but couldn’t finish the deal. Two teams with extremely high expectations for their upcoming season. Two teams with veteran, battle tested veterans who have a clear desire …

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