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Take Two: Best team left out of BCS playoff

Published: June 10, 2014

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It’s Take Two Tuesday , when we give our opinions on a topic related to the Big 12. Today’s topic: Which was the best team left out of the Big 12 BCS-era 16-team playoff bracket ? Take 1: Brandon Chatmon — 2003 Kansas State Wildcats Several top-notch teams didn’t make the cut in our BCS-era [...]


Playoff: ‘05 Texas vs. ‘07 Missouri

Published: June 10, 2014

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Before the College Football Playoff era begins, we’re holding a 16-team playoff through the month of June to decide which Big 12 team was tops during the BCS era .

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The Big 12 BCS-era 16-team playoff bracket

Published: June 5, 2014

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But before we completely move on, we’re holding a 16-team playoff through the month of June to determine which Big 12 squad was tops during the BCS era.

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Stewart Mandel: College Football Playoff to release polls… but why?

Published: April 30, 2014

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IRVING, Texas — Though it’s run by the same conference commissioners and overseen by the same executive director (Bill Hancock), the College Football Playoff folks want you to know their new toy is completely different than their old one (the BCS). For one thing, the CFP, unlike the BCS, is an actual entity with an [...]


Andy Staples: U.S. military studying sports to improve soldiers’ training and care

Published: April 30, 2014

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During preseason camp last year, the two college football teams that would ultimately wind up playing for the BCS title had at least one thing in common. Each had met Navy Capt. Tom Chaby. Auburn and Florida State coaches invited Chaby to speak to their teams, knowing their players would sit up a little straighter [...]


A costly win: BCS trip set Noles back $481K

Published: April 22, 2014

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Florida State won its third national championship in Pasadena, Calif., in January, but the appearance in the final BCS title game also cost the university nearly a half-million dollars.
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Loretta Hunt: How Maranhaos’ blackout should’ve been — and wasn’t — handled

Published: April 15, 2014

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Richard Deitsch: Greg McElroy on his SEC Network role, being critical of Alabama

Published: March 26, 2014

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Paul Finebaum thinks Greg McElroy will be a star. So does Colin Cowherd. In fact, most staffers within ESPN’s ecosystem believe that McElroy is a Jadeveon Clowney-type prospect when it comes to sports broadcasting. The former Alabama quarterback has been on the radar of Bristol executives since he was a guest on College GameDay for [...]


Stewart Mandel: Stanford defense looks to remain dominant despite losing stars

Published: March 13, 2014

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STANFORD, Calif. — Stanford coach David Shaw loves to play the disrespect card. He frequently uses it as locker-room motivation. He grouses about it with the media. Still, after leading the Cardinal to consecutive Pac-12 championships and three of the program’s four straight BCS bowl berths, one would think he’d be running out of fodder.
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Andy Staples: SEC spring football primer: Burning questions for each team

Published: March 6, 2014

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The SEC had its national title streak snapped at seven years when Florida State came back to beat Auburn in January’s BCS championship game. But with the four-team playoff coming, the league that dominated the BCS era isn’t quite ready to cede superiority to another conference. Still, the SEC will be in flux again this [...]


Martin Rickman: ACC spring football primer: Burning questions for each team

Published: March 3, 2014

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It finally happened. The ACC took its great leap forward. The league boasts the defending national champion in Florida State and an additional BCS bowl winner in Clemson. The conference still has a long way to go — the SEC remains worlds ahead in recruiting and the Pac-12 appears deeper from top to bottom — [...]


Keeney’s Korner: Bowl Games

Published: January 13, 2014

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Florida State hopes to end SEC’s run of BCS title run The bowl season is well underway, but the big games begin on New Year’s Eve when Texas A&M faces Duke in the Chik-fil-A Bowl in what could be Johnny Manziel’s final game for the Aggies.

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Martin Rickman: Florida State, Alabama headline Way-Too-Early Top 25

Published: January 10, 2014

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We’ve just wrapped up another season, the last of the oft-maligned BCS era — and the last, as fate would have it, with the illustrious Andy Staples manning SI.com’s college football Power Rankings. For whatever reason (you’ll have to ask him), Andy deemed me fit to fill his spot and take up the cause of [...]


BCS hero Benjamin leaving FSU for draft

Published: January 10, 2014

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Florida State wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin, who had the game-winning TD in the Vizio BCS National Championship, told ESPN’s Joe Schad on Friday that he will enter the NFL draft.
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Michael McCann: Analyzing potential civil lawsuits against Winston, Tallahassee PD, FSU

Published: January 9, 2014

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In an interview with ABC News on Thursday, the attorney for a Florida State University student who has accused Seminioles quarterback Jameis Winston of rape says her client intends to file civil lawsuits against Winston, the Tallahassee Police Department (TPD) and possibly FSU. Patricia Carroll insists she wants “heads to roll” and reserves her harshest [...]


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