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  1. College Football: Respect for Big East conference at all-time low...

    Bruce Feldman

    Syracuse is coming off a close win at West Virginia, but even with a win at Cincinnati this week it's unlikely the Orange cracks the Top 25. Plus, the NCAA wouldn't bend should there be a 2011 NFL lockout. And is TCU heading to the Big East?

    Blog | Conversation | October 29, 2010
  2. 2011 NFL draft: Mel Kiper's best NFL prospect at each college foo...

    Mel Kiper

    As the nation gears up for the return of college and pro football, Mel Kiper unveils the most NFL-ready prospect at every NCAA program. So while you know all about Jake Locker at Washington, you can discover Kevin Kowalski at Toledo.

    Story | Conversation | August 10, 2010
  3. Expansion won't stop with the Big Ten - Bruce Feldman - College F...

    Bruce Feldman

    The biggest story in college football this offseason will be conference expansion. Bruce Feldman takes a look at the Big Ten's expansion options and what they would mean for other the major conferences, like the SEC, that will be playing catch-up.

    Blog | Conversation | April 20, 2010
  4. 2013 NFL draft - QB Matt Scott inconsistent in Shrine Game practi...

    Steve Muench

    Steve Muench looks at noteworthy performances on Day 3 at the East-West Shrine Game, including a QB who continues to struggle

    Blog | Conversation | January 16, 2013
  5. Michigan State must improve the passing game, and other Week 1 ta...

    Travis Haney

    Travis Haney spent the opening days of the college football season in East Lansing, Mich., and Atlanta, and in his Week 1 takeaways column, he covers the Spartans' big opportunity, Clemson's new defense, the beginning of a new Boise era and more.

    Blog | Conversation | September 02, 2012
  6. College Football -- Bruce Feldman: What do NFL draft conference b...

    Bruce Feldman

    In the 2010 NFL draft, the SEC led all conferences in players selected -- but the Big 12 had the first four picks. The ACC had claims of its own (a run of years with a top-10 pick) and the Big Ten was No. 2 overall. What does all this mean?

    Blog | Conversation | April 26, 2010