Dynasty? The Time Is Now For Lincoln Riley and The Sooners

It happens to the best of programs. Teams go through rebuilding years. There are 130 FBS teams and only about 10 of them have preseason expectations every year no matter what. They’re what you call blue-bloods, the ones with fanbases who don’t accept anything less than a 10 win season, […]

What If We Always Had An 8 Team College Football Playoff? Here’s a Simulation

Imagine the College Football Playoff. WIth eight teams. I’m probably the first to put that thought in your mind huh? No. Probably not. Since before the four team playoff, people were talking about an eight team playoff. With five power conferences and a dominant Group of 5 team every season, it makes […]

BSN’s CFB Preview: Top 50 Teams In 2018

The 2018 season will be here before we know it, but before that begins we want to start off our preseason previews with a banger. The top 50 teams in the country to start off the season with some bonus teams who nearly made the cut. This is based off […]

BSN CFB Preview: #1 Clemson Tigers

Clemson Tigers Rundown:  Head Coach: Dabo Swinney 2017 Record: 12-2 Offensive Ranking: 33.2 PPG, 32nd in the country Defensive Ranking: 13.6 PA, 2nd 2017 Schedule: Date Opponent Result Game Time Attendance 09/02/17 Kent St. W 56-3 3:03 80,121 09/09/17 10 Auburn W 14-6 3:13 81,799 09/16/17 @ Louisville W 47-21 3:28 55,588 […]

CFB Playoff Preview: How Alabama, Georgia, Oklahoma, and Clemson Win and Lose Games

CFB and most levels of football are often about three things. Coaching, defense, and quarterbacks. In this year’s playoff fields, you will find teams that have all three. Clemson has one of the best coaches of this decade in Dabo Swinney, a quarterback that hasn’t lost when healthy in Kelly […]

CFB Preseason: Big 12 Preview and Predictions (Kansas Beat Texas)

The Big 12 has been a reality tv show the past decade or so with off the field drama, but it’s finally started to calm down. Part of that has to do with neither Texas and Oklahoma making it to a national championship in eight years, after making it to […]

Bob Stoop’s Top Five Wins At Oklahoma

A legend has retired this week in Bob Stoops, who coached Oklahoma football for 18 seasons. Each one with a winning record, including 14 seasons of at least double digit wins. He handed the reigns over to Lincoln Riley, offensive coordinator and Frank Broyles Award winner for best assistant in the […]