Big East Football

Where will RB Ray Graham go and can he make a big impact?

Diamond in the Rough: 5 Mid-Round RBs With Great Value

2013/02/09 at 10:12 am 0 comments

There are a small handful of gems with great value found in the middle rounds at multiple positions each April.  Here are five running backs who will likely fit the bill and get selected between the third and fifth round in the 2013 NFL Draft. Pittsburgh RB Ray Graham  Ray [...]

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2013 BCS Bowls: Are They Great Matchups?

2012/12/03 at 3:02 am 3 comments

Everybody sure loves complaining around the Holidays and maybe that is because shopping for others is not that fun? I enjoy finding gifts for others and I think these five BCS bowls will end up as gifts regardless of their final scores. The experts have these five games all becoming [...]

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Louisville at Rutgers: Winner Pours Some Sugar?

2012/11/27 at 7:50 pm 0 comments

Follow @Dan Vasta and like Gridiron Grit on Facebook ”Pour Some Sugar On Me” could be blasting in the winning team’s locker room after Thursday night’s game filled with major BCS implications. The Big East has officially come down to the wire and these two have a shot to appear in the BCS [...]

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Maryland to join the Big Ten, photo pulled from Grantland.com

Maryland, Rutgers to Join Big Ten: Expansion Dominoes Continue to Fall

2012/11/19 at 12:15 pm 0 comments

ESPN is reporting that Maryland’s Board of Regents has unanimously voted to accept an invitation to join the Big Ten conference. An official announcement is expected later this afternoon (Monday). In addition to Maryland’s departure from the ACC, Rutgers is expected to also announce their departure from the Big East [...]

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College Football’s Week 11 Projected BCS Bowls

2012/11/05 at 2:31 am 0 comments

  Rose Bowl (Jan. 1, 5 p.m. Eastern, ESPN) Notre Dame Fighting Irish (Projected 11-1, fill-in for Pac-12) vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers (Projected 11-2, Big Ten champions) Yes, I still have the Irish losing a game and although it looks as if the lord is in fact on the side of the [...]

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College Football Week 10 Rankings: Florida Belongs Above Georgia, LSU

College Football Week 10 Rankings: Florida Belongs Above Georgia, LSU

2012/10/30 at 10:14 am 6 comments

With Week 9 in the books, it’s time to reveal an updated set of rankings on the Top 25 teams in college football.  Below you will see a list of the latest standings entering Week 10, with results from Saturday’s action and movement from last week’s rankings. RELATED: [50 Things [...]

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College Football’s Week 10 BCS Projections

2012/10/29 at 12:20 am 0 comments

Follow @Dan Vasta and like Gridiron Grit on Facebook  Rose Bowl (Jan. 1, 5 p.m. Eastern, ESPN) Notre Dame Fighting Irish (Projected 11-1, fill-in for Pac-12) vs. Nebraska Cornhuskers (Projected 11-2, Big Ten champions) Dear lord, could you imagine the Irish playing in the grand daddy of them all? Now relax, you may [...]

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College Football’s Week 9 Projected BCS Bowls

2012/10/21 at 9:07 pm 3 comments

  Rose Bowl (Jan. 1) Nebraska Cornhuskers (Projected 11-2, Big Ten Champions) vs. USC Trojans (Projected 10-3, Pac-12 tie-in) I actually hope we Denard against the Trojans with Matt Barkley against that Maize & Blue defense. That in itself equals a boatload of points in what potentially could be one [...]

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The Evolution of the BCS Part 2: The Playoffs Pave the Way for Super Conferences

The Evolution of the BCS Part 2: The Playoffs Pave the Way for Super Conferences

2012/10/11 at 7:33 pm 0 comments

The last time I addressed this topic, I laid out the problem at the core of the current system and showed why there is a definite need for some kind of playoff. Now it’s time to take it a step farther. Why does the proposed playoff actually feed into the [...]

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Power Ranking College Football’s BCS Conferences

2012/10/08 at 4:28 pm 0 comments

1. SEC The best conference in America is still the SEC and it is not even that close these days. Heading into this past weekend there were five teams ranked in the top 10: Alabama, LSU, Georgia, South Carolina and Florida. Those defenses are among the best in the country [...]

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