Will Muschamp gets vote of confidence from Florida president, athletic director

Well, it has happened, Florida football coach Will Muschamp has gotten the dreaded vote of confidence from both the university’s president and athletic director. As we all know, that probably means he’ll be fired at the end of the season.

College Football 2013: The 10 must-watch games of the season

The 2013 College football season is almost upon us. Here is a look at the 10 games you absolutely must watch this season.

By the Numbers: Why the College Football Bowl Season is the Most Boring Postseason in Sports

Year after year, I get overwhelmed with enthusiasm when college football season gets here. And yet, every single year, I always find myself disappointed at the season’s end. Not because the college football year has ended, but because of the travesty known as “bowl season” was far from entertaining.

Precedent Suggests “Big Ten Guy” Bielema Can Succeed in SEC

Why would Bret Bielema leave Wisconsin, where he’s gone to three straight Rose Bowls for a 4-8 program as Arkansas was in 2012? Because the timing is right and precedent suggests that even a non-SEC guy can win in college football’s best conference.

SEC Having 6 Teams in BCS Top 10 Not as Impressive as it Looks

I confess my belief that the Southeastern Conference is the strongest in college football. But (and this is what will get me in trouble in my adopted home state of Tennessee), the SEC isn’t nearly as good as the BCS Standings suggest.

Cotton Bowl Preview: Arkansas-Kansas State Point Spread, Prediction, and Players To Watch

The BCS worthy Cotton Bowl gets underway tonight as #11 Kansas State (10-2) takes on #7 Arkansas (10-2). Here are some players to watch, keys to victory and prediction for this game between these top ranked teams.

Why Oklahoma State, not Alabama, Should Play in the BCS Title Game

In these finals hours before all the ballots are cast for the polls that will determine which team finishes second in the final BCS standings and gets the opportunity to face LSU in January 9’s National Championship Game, I figured I’d make a last-minute case for Oklahoma State, whom I feel deserves that #2 spot.

SEC Championship Game Preview: LSU-Georgia Point Spread, Prediction, and Keys to Victory

Just like so many times before in the past, this year’s SEC championship features a team that is one win away from playing in the national championship game. Here is what you can expect from LSU and Georgie this weekend.

LSU-Alabama Rematch in BCS Title Game Shouldn’t Happen Regardless of What Occurs Tomorrow in Tuscaloosa

Exhausted as he is by the hype surrounding the LSU-Alabama game, Josh Tinley understands where rematch proponents are coming from, even if he doesn’t agree.

#1 LSU v #2 Alabama Preview: Point Spread, Prediction, and Keys to Victory

In certain weeks it is hard to narrow down the game of the week in college football but this time it is very easy as #1 LSU goes on the road to Tuscaloosa to take on #2 Alabama. Here is what you can expect from the two best teams in the country.

#3 Alabama v #13 Florida Preview, Prediction, and Keys to Victory – College Football Game of the Week

Saturday’s game of the week features Alabama and Florida, two undefeated teams from the SEC and could be a preview of the conference championship. Here is what to expect from this game, plus a prediction, the point spread, and TV info.

College Football Picks: Three Top 25 Matchups Highlight Week 5 Schedule

The Week 5 college football schedule is highlighted by three meetings between top 25 teams: Oklahoma-Miami, LSU-Georgia, and USC-Cal. Ronald Clements previews and picks each marquee game.

Lane Kiffin Hoping to Put “Rocky Top” Back on Top Sooner Rather Than Later

Lane Kiffin begins his new era of Tennessee football this Saturday and Vol student Mike Dooley checks in with a preview and prediction for the Vols 2009 season. Just how quickly can Kiffin turn things around on Rocky Top?

Tennessee Volunteers 2009 Football Season Quick Preview: Kiffin Has a Plan, Now Needs a QB

The Tennessee Volunteers enter 2009 in a rebuilding mode under new coach Lane Kiffin. And while the young Kiffin has proven he can recruit and ruffle feathers, he needs to find a QB if the Vols are going to actually win some games.

Fire Lane Kiffin: Irony Reigns as Tennessee Self-Reports Recruiting Violations

The University of Tennessee has self-reported two recruiting violations committed by new coach Lane Kiffin and recruiting coordinator Ed Orgeron. Tennessee should just fire Lane Kiffin right now as he has already proven to be devoid of experience, discretion, and integrity.