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SCS.comBOWL PREVIEW PART IV: NEW YEAR'S DAY
December 31, 2009
By David, SCS.com Staff Writer
Northwestern came out of the gate struggling, but finished the year on a major roll with upsets of Wisconsin and Iowa. Meanwhile, Auburn squandered a 5-0 start to end up 7-5. When the Wildcats have the ball, the star of the show will be QB Mike Kafka, who passed for nearly 2900 yards and was one of the best quarterbacks in the Big Ten. Kafka also had seven touchdowns and 130 carries on the ground, so look for Kafka....[MORE]

SCS.comBOWL PREVIEW PART III: NEW YEAR'S EVE
December 29, 2009
By David, SCS.com Staff Writer
In a year stacked with ranked teams from non-BCS schools, Houston ended up under the radar despite beating Oklahoma State and Texas Tech. The Cougars now face a bowl rematch of last year's Armed Forces bowl, which they won over Air Force. Case Keenum was an outside Heisman hopeful for most of the season, racking up 5500 yards of passing and spreading the ball around to many talented wideouts....[MORE]

SCS.comLEAGUE PLAY BEGINS AS JANUARY APPROACHES
December 28, 2009
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
Conference play is here, and that needs no introduction. So behold another addition of the Opening Thoughts. The talk was subdued at first, but it’s getting louder and louder. Though Kansas was the consensus number one team in America before the season, a growing number of fans and media members are calling for Texas to unseat the Jayhawks as the top-ranked team. FoxSports.com’s Jeff Goodman, for example, wrote....[MORE]

SCS.comBOWL PREVIEW PART II: CLASHES OF STYLE
December 25, 2009
By David, SCS.com Staff Writer
Although much of the Big Blue nation has turned its collective attention to the hardcourt, the Wildcats come into their fourth straight bowl game looking for a fourth straight bowl victory. Kentucky is well-forged by the battles of the SEC, and that will come in very handy against a team which was one play away from the BCS in Clemson. Kentucky's offense matches up fairly well against Clemson's defense, which was gashed....[MORE]

SCS.comCHRISTMAS WEEK HOOPS IN FULL SWING
December 21, 2009
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
Christmas isn’t usually associated with college basketball, nor should it be. Besides, the NBA already has the Christmas sports market covered. Here’s what you need to see this week as you celebrate the holidays. While Texas handled North Carolina in the “Game of the Week” on ESPN, a thrilling ending went down on ESPN2 between Xavier and Butler at Hinkle Fieldhouse. In case you missed it, the Bulldogs’....[MORE]

SCS.comBOWL PREVIEW PART I: MORE INTRIGUE
December 16, 2009
By David, SCS.com Staff Writer
Fresno State comes into this game for the second straight year, having dropped a close decision to Colorado State last year. This year's version of the Bulldogs is led by RB Ryan Mathews, the country's leading rusher in yards per game. Mathews brought a smash-mouth brand of football that dominated the WAC this season. Helping Mathews is junior QB Ryan Colburn, who threw for over 2300 yards and 18 touchdowns....[MORE]

SCS.comCOWBOYS STADIUM WELCOMES BASKETBALL
December 14, 2009
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
I’m not going to lie to you. It’s not a great week of college basketball ahead. In fact, if you decided to sleep from now until Saturday morning, you’d probably miss nothing in the hoops world. Luckily, the weekend will bring us at least a little excitement, including a top-10 showdown at The House that Jerry Built. As many as five teams looked like Colonial Athletic Association favorites entering the 2009-2010 campaign....[MORE]

SCS.comEARLY-SEASON SURPRISES MEET IN TAMPA
December 8, 2009
By Daniel, SCS.com Staff Writer
In my column two weeks ago, I let the online world know that I had privately predicted Texas Tech to finish last in the Big 12 this season. Now the Red Raiders are 8-0, ranked in the top 25 and own a win over Pac-10 favorite Washington. Tech could still finish last in the conference for all we know. If that happens, I’ll take that information and dance all the way to the grave with it. For now, if you’ll excuse me, I have more bold....[MORE]

SCS.comTHANK GOODNESS IT'S CHAMPIONSHIP WEEK
December 3, 2009
By David, SCS.com Staff Writer
Although every week is important in the college football season, the sheer fact of the matter is that late October and November have been very lackluster. At least until last week and the subsequent fallout. Rivalry week brought some big upsets and some near season-changers for the six undefeated teams still in the running for the BCS Championship. Rivalry week saved college football and caused a very strange....[MORE]

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