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Month: June 2013

College Football: SEC’s Overall Strength is Taking Advantage of their Non-Conference Scheudling

In response to a blog post on the www.espn.com website, dated June 26, 2013, within their college football blogs, under the SEC blog, authored by Chris Low, who writes for ESPN titled: “Will SEC’s overall strength be its undoing?”. After reading this blog post by the author which is multi-fold of chest thumping, boasting for […]

College Football: Big East Changes Name to American Athletic Conference, BCS status pulled

As college football starts to embark on the 2013 football season in about 8 weeks, the Big East, prominent basketball conference and historic football conference, will have the BCS automatic conference bowl game tag removed. The 2013 season will be the last season that the Big East/American Athletic Conference will receive any automatic BCS bowl […]

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