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Line movements not drastic from the openers this week on gameday morning

Line movements not drastic from the openers this week on gameday morning

By The Rex Factor There are fewer marquee matchups this week than in the first two Saturdays of ...

NCAA College Football Betting – Irish and Seminoles Aren’t The Only Big Game in Town

NCAA College Football Betting - Irish and Seminoles Aren't The Only Big Game in Town

By Charles Jay You know, the Notre Dame-Florida State game is not the only one that is of ...

Not quite Catholics vs. Criminoles, but it’s close this week in Tallahassee

Not quite Catholics vs. Criminoles, but it's close this week in Tallahassee

By The Rex Factor Back in the 1990s, Florida State University's football team endured its fair share of ...

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It’s the final college football weekend of October. Wow has time flown by. Just another full month of the season, and we will be talking about bowl games. Last weekend was pretty fun, and this weekend expects to bring some great excitement as well. Let’s get to the slate of games on tap: The slate will once again start on Tuesday night. The Sun Belt Conference will once again have the national state as the Red Wolves of Arkansas State invade Louisiana Lafayette. Both teams come into this conference game unbeaten in Sun Belt play along with Georgia Southern. Thursday will once continue
Clemson, SC (SportsNetwork.com) – Clemson running back Adam Choice will miss the remainder of the season because of a torn ACL. Choice was hurt during this past Saturday’s game against Boston College. He had run for 13 yards on four carries before the injury. The freshman was leading the 21st-ranked Tigers in rushing with 218 yards and a 4.4-yard average in six games. Wayne Gallman and C.J. Davidson will continue to pick up more carries for the Tigers. Gallman and Davidson both had rushing touchdowns in Saturday’s 17-13 win over continue
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – Candidacy for this year’s Jerry Rice Award, given annually to the national freshman player of the year at the FCS level, has largely consisted of Fordham running back Chase Edmonds, and then everyone else. Perhaps the majority of the nation’s freshmen just needed a little bit of time to wake up. That’s exactly what freshmen players all over the country did this past weekend. It’s even more promising considering Edmonds’ Rams squad was idle with an open week, so the rookie sensation wasn’t able to participate in the fray. Although it’s customary for one, and continue
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – Those who downplay national rankings because the games on the field ultimately decide a season should consider North Dakota State. The Bison are thrilled to have the No. 1 ranking in the FCS and be able to defend it every week. Better yet, consider Sacred Heart. The first-place team in the Northeast Conference race moved into The Sports Network FCS Top 25 for the first time in program history on Monday, turning an important win over Duquesne into the No. 24 national ranking. Located in Fairfield, Connecticut, Sacred Heart is a small school whose athletic continue
Irving, TX (SportsNetwork.com) – Archie Manning has decided to take a leave of absence from the College Football Playoff selection committee for the remainder of the 2014 season because of health reasons. Manning said he would be unable to travel for the selection committee meetings because he will undergo surgery next month to help relieve discomfort he is experiencing while walking and moving around. “It is an honor to serve on this committee, and I enjoy the group and was looking forward continue