Temple Owls 2017 Preview
Temple Owls
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American Athletic Conference Football Preview: Temple Owls

Part 7 of my American Athletic Conference Preview leads me to the defending AAC Champs Temple Owls. Now I know what you're thinking this guy has the defending champs 3rd in the east. Well, they lost a lot of starters and their schedule is not favorable to start off. So let's jump in and see what the future holds. Best Case Scenario- Temple has one of the biggest opening games
Navy Midshipmen Preview
Navy Midshipmen
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American Athletic Conference Preview: Navy Midshipmen

We continue on as I work through one team per day, today we will focus on Midshipmen of the US Naval Academy. Last season Navy went 9-5 and won the West Division before dropping the AAC Championship game to Temple 34-10. This season they look to be just as strong of a problem. However, the rest of the league has gotten stronger as well. Can they repeat last season's success
East Carolina Pirates Preview
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American Athletic Conference Preview: East Carolina Pirates

Part 6 of the American Athletic Conference Review brings us to East Carolina, last season they finished 3-9.  They had a lot of shortcomings interceptions, sacks, and fumbles. If they can get that under control then you will see a much improved Pirate football team.  If not you could be looking at another 3-9 team which in year 2 of Scottie Montgomery's tenure. Best Case Scenario- East Carolina opens up
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American Athletic Conference

American Athletic Conference 2017 Football Preview

The American Athletic Conference has a total of  12 teams split between two conferences East and West. In the East, you have UCF, USF, UConn, Cincinnati, East Carolina, and Temple.  That leaves Memphis, Houston, Navy, SMU, Tulsa, and Tulane. The schedule is set up so that you will play each team from your division and then 3 others from the other division on a 4-year cycle.  At the end of
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NCAAB: Led By Dynamic Backcourt, Tulsa Is Looking To Take Over

The state of Oklahoma is fast becoming a college basketball powerhouse. The Oklahoma Sooners and Oklahoma State Cowboys are two of the nation's most successful collegiate teams of the last decade. Meanwhile, the Tulsa Golden Hurricanes don't have the pedigree of their more established Oklahoma brethren, thus they aren't the main focus of the state's basketball-crazed fan base. But that's about to change. Tulsa is one of the favorites to
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American Athletic Conference Preview: With No Bortles and Bridgewater, League Newcomer East Carolina and Cincinnati Will Vie For Supremacy

[caption id="attachment_28775" align="aligncenter" width="500"] (Image courtesy of CHUCK LIDDY — cliddy@newsobserver.com)[/caption]   Thanks Blake Bortles and Teddy Bridgewater leaving for the NFL, could American Athletic Conference newcomer, East Carolina and pre-season favorite, Cincinnati be the next teams to beat? Bortles of Central Florida and Bridgewater of Louisville—now a new member of the Atlantic Coast Conference—would be drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars and Minnesota Vikings in the 2014 NFL Draft, indirectly
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Cleveland Browns: Could UCF QB Blake Bortles Be A Fit?

[caption id="attachment_19665" align="aligncenter" width="594"] (Andy Lyons/Getty Images North America)[/caption] CLEVELAND – Ten years after passing on Ben Roethlisberger in the 2004 NFL Draft, could the Cleveland Browns pull the trigger and take his clone in Blake Bortles in 2014?  Roethlisberger, a Findlay, Ohio native, would be selected 11th overall by the arch-rival Pittsburgh Steelers, and go on to win two Super Bowls and boast a 16-1 mark vs. Cleveland.  The
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2013 Heisman Trophy Watch : Could A Weak Schedule Hurt Cardinals QB Teddy Bridgewater?

LOUISVILLE – Thanks to a 355-yard, five touchdown performance in a 49-7 rout of Ohio, Teddy Bridgewater stamped his name as a Heisman Trophy contender. Bridgewater, who helped lead Louisville to a 33-23 upset of No.3 Florida in the Allstate Sugar Bowl, completed 23 out of 28 passes—82.1 percent—for a eye-popping QB rating of 240.4(that is NOT a typo!) against an over-matched Bobcats team.  Clearly, it is not an exact