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THE FINAL MONTH: Gate, Hate and It Gets Late

Everything up until now has been prelude. If the consensus is correct, the teams above will be the ones with the best shot at taking premier conference championships -- I know there aren't any ACC...

From the SEC/ESPN press conference

REPORTER: Commissioner Slive, we couldn't help but notice your change in wardrobe. Can you tell us what's behind it? MIKE SLIVE: Well, with the kind of deals we're signing, there are going to be a...

Week 10: Importance is Rare

There aren't that many high-caliber games in Week 10. But those that are here will redefine the college football world for 2008. No fewer than six conference championship contenders, and three...

Week 9: Thursday Matters

It used to be that ESPN's Thursday night games were used to bury the undesirable match-ups. That was the night that mid-major progams sought a place in the sun -- or stadium lights -- and mid-level...

Week Eight: Time to Get in Shape

 A good championship race needs a shape. It's hard to get into any kind of standings race when things are protean, when it's hard to tell who your enemy is. A strong proponent of shapeless...

Week 7: Predicting the Weather

At this point, C&F should remind you that this is all speculation, which could be disproven by the season once it gets here. Or it could be inspired genius. Witness this gem from the Week Seven...

WEEK SIX: Bedtimes and Other Obstacles

Bid adieu to the nonconference slate from here on out. For the most part -- with the exception of a rivalry game here and a scheduling quirk there -- we are into conference competition for the rest...

SEC, CBS sign contract almost as long as Charlie Weis'

As far as I'm concerned, this is unqualified good news. I like Verne and Gary calling games, and it's comforting to know that the best SEC games will be nationally televised. Plus, it reportedly doesn't put the kibosh on a possible SEC Network.

WEEK THREE: There is One Game this week

There are plenty of good games in the third week of the season. Hatreds are renewed in some rivalries. Conference races could be altered. Massive amounts of quality football on. Don't expect to...

WEEK TWO: The letdown

So, you're excited. Week One has gotten your college football juices flowing. It's time for some games! It's time to get excited! Week two brings us ... Florida A&M at Delaware State!...

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