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16 DAYS TO KICKOFF: Tyler Lockett

In which BracketCat counts down the 16th day until kickoff with a profile of wide receiver Tyler Lockett.

24 DAYS TO KICKOFF: Nigel Malone

In which BracketCat counts down the 24th day until kickoff with a profile of defensive back Nigel Malone.

Errors About Georgia Bulldogs Abound in College Football Preview Magazines

The 2012 college football preview magazines published by Athlon, Lindy's, and Phil Steele all contain errors about the Georgia Bulldogs . . . some of them more glaring than others.

Ten Dollars To Burn: The Most And Least Accurate College Football Preseason Magazines

An analysis of the 2011 college football preseason magazines.

Steele, Perkins, WVU, Hawaii, and the Rest of the News

As of Monday morning we have a mere 89 days until the Irish kickoff the 2011 season against South Florida. The players are back on campus for the summer sessions and while we wait for some news...

Ouch, Athlon. I know that 2010-11 wasn't exactly the best year in Ole Miss's recent history, but...

Oleloss

Ouch, Athlon. I know that 2010-11 wasn't exactly the best year in Ole Miss's recent history, but this is a bit much. That's just cold.

Who Said That BC Athlon Quote? and the Big Finish

Analyzing who said the Athlon Sports quote about Boston College in their preseason magazine and other links.

Golden Nugz for 07-03-09

Golden Nugz for 07-03-09 - Jon Hoese, AJ Pettersen, gopher wrestling and more.

Athlon Likes Florida, Alabama

A look at Athlon's preseason college football magazine.

Utes ranked 21st by Athlon

You may think the bright afterglow of the Utes’ spanking of Alabama in last year’s Sugar Bowl was a precursor to a dimming of the program’s fortunes, but you would be dead wrong. The Utes have a whole lot of talent returning, and if either Corbin Louks or junior college import Terrance Cain can grab the starting quarterback job, there’s no reason Utah can’t roll through the Mountain West once again. It may be asking too much for another BCS bid and a burst of legislative anger over the inequities of the bowl system, especially with a game at Oregon, but the Utes will be good. Their defense returns a ton of talent, especially along the front seven. Running back Matt Asiata has the burst and power to gain 1,000 yards, if he can keep a pack of worthy competitors off the field. Utah lost a bunch of receivers, but the newcomers may be even better.

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