The first Saturday of the 2014 college football season is filled with plenty of lopsided matchups, as most of the top-ranked teams in the country will be opening their campaigns by chomping on cupcake opponents.
Luckily, though, there are two intriguing big battles— Wisconsin-LSU and Clemson-Georgia—that should satisfy the needs of die-hard fans. There are also a few under-the-radar showdowns that should end up offering up some surprising entertainment as well.
Here’s a look at the complete predictions for every Saturday game of Week 1.
2014 is shaping up to be a historic college football season. After years of clamoring for a playoff, the fans and the media will finally get their wish this fall, when the sport introduces it’s new four-team playoff system.
The defending national champion Florida State Seminoles, led by Heisman-winning QB Jameis Winston, look like a viable contender to repeat. But there are plenty of other worthy contenders who will be looking to dethrone them.
In a sport as unpredictable as college football, it’s certainly no easy task to try to forecast how all the action will play out. Still, it’s fun to at least give it a shot.
Here’s a look at the full predictions for the 2014 college football season.
FanSided has put together full preseason rankings for the top prospects in the 2015 college football recruiting class.
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USC head coach Steve Sarkisian has announced that TE Jalen Cope-Fitzpatrick, who was just about ready to enter a competition for the starting job for 2014, has been declared academically ineligible.
According to Carlos Mendez, it’s unlikely Devonte Fields will be allowed to rejoin the TCU football team.