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  • News
  • September 30,2014
  • Pete Fiutak

Week 5 Cavalcade Of Whimsy

Sorry if this column sucks, it’s not my fault … Brady Hoke still thinks it can win a championship. He really does – it just has to be written much better. The latest promotion to get people to try coming to Michigan football games again … buy two Cokes, and Hoke will personally promise that one of the […]

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  • September 30,2014
  • Rich Cirminiello

Week 5 Who’s Hot And Who’s Not?

WHO’S HOT Summa Cum Laude Georgia Southern The Eagles are acclimating nicely to life as a member of the Sun Belt Conference, thanks to the running of QB Kevin Ellison and RB Matt Breida. With a rout of longtime rival Appalachian State Thursday night, they moved to 2-0 in league play, and 3-2 overall. And Georgia Southern’s […]

  • News
  • September 30,2014
  • Campus Insiders

Campus Insiders Rankings – Week 5

The real College Football Playoff committee won’t come up with its first set of rankings until late October. We can’t wait that long. Each member of the Campus Insiders Playoff Committee have submitted his or her own set of rankings based on how good the teams are, and they’ll keep cranking them out throughout the […]

  • News
  • September 29,2014
  • Pete Fiutak

A Fiu Words On Week 5

The ten most important things to happen in the history of our great planet – at least this weekend. How will Week 5 of your college football season be remembered in the history books? And so it is written …1. Chuck gets chucked And so the coaching carousel begins. There weren’t any real signs of improvement under […]

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  • September 29,2014
  • Pete Fiutak

The Best Games Of Week 5

The Worst College Football Game On The Planet Was … TCU 56, at SMU 0 And You Care Because … TCU QB Trevone Boykin threw four touchdown passes and ran for two more, finding Deante Gray for scoring plays of 28 and seven yards out and taking off for a 27-yard score and an eight-yard touchdown. SMU turned […]

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  • September 29,2014
  • Pete Fiutak

Week 5 ACC Roundup

Sept. 27 Florida State 56, at NC State 41 And You Care Because … NC State appeared to be in control with a 24-7 first quarter lead helped by two terrific touchdown passes from Jacoby Brissett – starting out with a 54-yard pass to Bo Hines on the second play of the game – but Karlos Williams, Jameis […]

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  • September 29,2014
  • Pete Fiutak

Week 5 Big 12 Roundup

Sept. 25 at Oklahoma State 45, Texas Tech 35 And You Care Because … In a wild game with more than 1,000 yards of total offense, Oklahoma State got four touchdown passes and a scoring run from Daxx Garman including a 47-yard play to Blake Jarwin early in the third and a 50-yard play to Tyreek Hill to […]

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  • September 29,2014
  • Pete Fiutak

Week 5 Army, Navy, Notre Dame Roundup

Sept. 27 Yale 49, at Army 43 OT And You Care Because … Army’s Daniel Grochowski had a chance to win the game in regulation, but missed a 42-yard field goal, and he missed a 25-yard field goal in overtime to leave the door open. Yale came through as Tyler Varga ran for his fifth touchdown on a […]

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  • September 29,2014
  • Pete Fiutak

Week 5 Mountain West Roundup

Sept. 27 Colorado State 24, at Boston College 21 And You Care Because … Facing fourth down with just over a minute to play, Colorado State got a 12-yard Garrett Grayson to Charles Lovell touchdown pass from 12 yards out to complete the rally for the win. BC got out to a 14-0 lead on short touchdown runs […]

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  • September 29,2014
  • Pete Fiutak

Week 5 Pac-12 Roundup

Sept. 27 at California 59, Colorado 56 2OT And You Care Because … Jared Goff and Sefo Liufau each threw for 449 yards and seven touchdown passes, but it was Cal’s defense that got the job done late with a goal line stand in the second overtime allowing Bear PK James Langford to hit a 34-yard field goal […]

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  • September 29,2014
  • Pete Fiutak

Week 5 SEC Roundup

Sept. 27 Texas A&M 35, Arkansas 28 OT And You Care Because … Texas A&M rallied from down ten in the fourth quarter as Kenny Hill found a wide open Edward Pope for an 86-yard touchdown and tied it up with a 59-yard scoring pass to Josh Reynolds to force overtime. It took one play for Hill to […]

  • News
  • September 28,2014
  • Pete Fiutak

Analysis: Charlie Weis Fired

E-mail Pete Fiutak Follow me … @PeteFiutak In theory, this should’ve worked. In theory, if you’re a place like Kansas, and you’re not going to get the Alabama-level five-star prospects coming your way, you need a head coach with a decided schematic advantage who can take whatever players he can get to make the machine go. He’s supposed to be […]

  • News
  • September 27,2014
  • Pete Fiutak

Analysis: Missouri 21, South Carolina 20

Considering last year’s loss to South Carolina really didn’t matter – Missouri still won the East and had the puck on its stick with a shot at the national title – it’s not like this was really a redemption moment for Missouri QB Maty Mauk, and for a while, it wasn’t even close. Mauk only completed […]

  • News
  • September 27,2014
  • Pete Fiutak

Analysis: Florida State 56, NC State 41

E-mail Pete Fiutak Follow me … @PeteFiutak Oh, by the way, Jameis Winston is really, really good. This isn’t last year’s Florida State team – obviously. This team doesn’t have the same experience and it’s missing the same fire and hunger – as if that’s somehow quantifiable – as the 2013 version that ripped through everything in its path on the […]

  • News
  • September 27,2014
  • Pete Fiutak

Analysis: Minnesota 30, Michigan 14

E-mail Pete Fiutak Follow me … @PeteFiutak I’m not a fire alarm guy. I don’t believe that a coach’s job should hinge on one game – if a coach needs one specific win to get off a hot seat, you already have your answer. Michigan has its answer. There are certain every-year-win games you can’t lose if you’re a coach of […]


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