Falcons Topple Seahawks 36-20 Behind Ryan

For years, Matt Ryan has had that nagging 1-4 record in the playoffs and a lot of critics saying that he isn’t an elite quarterback because of it. He silenced those critics with a masterful performance against a solid Seahawks secondary. Ryan threw for 338 yards and 3 touchdowns while committing no turnovers. For just…

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Seahawks vs Falcons Preview

Game Information: Time: 4:35 PM on Saturday, July 14th TV Station: Fox Line: ATL-4.5 The Atlanta Falcons will host the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday in the opening game of the Divisional Round. These two teams met up earlier in the season, where Seattle won a hard-fought, 26-24 game. This time around, Atlanta and MVP candidate…

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Dolphins-Steelers Preview

Last time the Dolphins faced the Steelers, Jay Ajayi rumbled for 204 yards and led the Dolphins to a win. He might have to shoulder the load in this one too. In the regular season, Miami doubled Pittsburgh up 30-15, but the scores could be switched in this one. Matt Moore has had to come…

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Broncos Fall to the Badgers in Cotton Bowl

Wisconsin has defeated Western Michigan, ending the Broncos’ bid for an undefeated season, in the Cotton Bowl 24-16 behind a dominant defensive effort. The Badgers shut down the connection between Corey Davis and Zach Terrell for the most part, holding Terrell to 157 yards, one touchdown, and one costly interception. Terrell had only threw 3…

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Michigan vs. Rutgers Preview

The #4 Michigan Wolverines (5-0, 2-0) proved, for the first time in the Jim Harbaugh era, that they can beat elite teams.  They were able to outlast one of the better defenses in the country in the Wisconsin Badgers and continued to stifle the running game.  Their next challenge will come in their first road…

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Michigan Pounds Penn State 49-10

The #4 Michigan Wolverines (4-0) started off their Big Ten season in style by dominating the Penn State Nittany Lions (2-2) by a score of 49-10. The running game came alive for the Wolverines as the team ran for a total of 326 yards and six touchdowns.  De’Veon Smith led the way with 107 yards…

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Michigan Survives Scare from Colorado

The #4 Michigan Wolverines (3-0) came back to defeat the Colorado Buffaloes (2-1) 45-28 in their final non-conference game of the regular season. Wilton Speight threw for 229 yards and found Amara Darboh for his only passing touchdown.  De’Veon Smith led the charge in the running game with 87 yards and 1 touchdown on 11…

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Michigan vs. Colorado Preview

The #4 Michigan Wolverines (2-0) have handled their first two tests of the season quite handily outscoring the opposition a combined 114-17.  In their final non-conference game of the season, they’ll host the Colorado Buffaloes.   Opponent Overview   The Colorado Buffaloes (2-0) have been very impressive on defense in their first two games.  They…

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Michigan Handles UCF 51-14

The #5 Michigan Wolverines (2-0) took care of business against the UCF Knights (1-1) on Saturday in Ann Arbor.   Wilton Speight led the charge for the maize and blue by passing for 312 yards and 4 touchdowns.  Meanwhile, Amara Darboh led the team in receiving yards with 111 and tied with senior tight end…

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Michigan vs. UCF Preview

The #5 Michigan Wolverines (1-0) kicked off the 2016 season in remarkable fashion by clobbering the Hawai’i Rainbow Warriors 63-3 at home, their biggest margin of victory since beating Northwestern 69-0 back in 1975.  In Week 2, the maize and blue will host the UCF Knights.   Opponent Background   The UCF Knights (1-0) enter…

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WVU vs Missouri Review

West Virginia quarterback, Skyler Howard, suffered, but played through a rib injury in Saturday’s win against the Missouri Tigers. Rushel Shell also left the game missed most of the second half due to leg cramps. Although his backup Justin Crawford rushed for 101 yards, and a touchdown while Shell was out. Skyler Howard threw 23/35…

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Top 10 Candidates to Win the Heisman Trophy

The 2016 college football season is merely weeks away, but it’s never too early to see who could take home the Heisman trophy in December.  Let’s take a look at the biggest players to watch going into the season.   1. DeShaun Watson, QB, Clemson-After finishing third in Heisman voting and leading Clemson to the national…

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