Two of the most prolific programs in all of college football will meet up in prime time in Arlington on Saturday night. Alabama is considered to be one of the favorites to challenge for the National Championship this year, while USC is trying to climb back on top of the Pac-12 and reassert itself as a dominant program. Both teams are absolutely loaded with star studded prospects and this game will have the attention of all 32 NFL teams. (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘PAC 12’
Friday, September 2nd, 2016
Wednesday, August 24th, 2016
College Football is nearly back and I don’t know if I could of waited another weekend. While the full slate of games won’t be kicking off for another week, this weekend we get Hawaii v Cal on Friday night from Sydney, Australia. While this match-up may not knock your socks off, there are a number of good reason to watch this game.
The first of which is that the Pac-12 North Division is wide open and with Cal’s offensive weapons they could certainly make a run at the division title. However, they need to replace QB Jared Goff and they are hoping that Texas Tech transfer Davis Webb can be that guy.
For Hawaii this is the first game for new Head Coach Nick Rolovich who was a former Hawaii QB. Rolovich is highly thought of and the one thing that many people expect is that he will improve an offense that was anemic last year.
Here are the prospects to know and watch in this game: (more…)
Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014
NEPD Staff Writer: Ken Vetrano
The PAC 12 fields some of the most explosive offenses and physical defenses in college football. Those of us from the east coast don’t get much of a chance to watch these high powered affairs that take place way past our bed times. But there is too much talent in the conference to ignore, so consider this your cheat sheet for who’s worth staying up late watching, and potentially calling in late to work for the next day.
Sunday, June 30th, 2013
Saturday, July 28th, 2012
Friday, July 27th, 2012
NEPD Editor: Doug Kyed
Every Friday this summer I’m doing a case study on the last ten years draft history of every conference in the FBS.
Through these case studies we’ll be able to answer which schools and conferences produce the most talent, the most busts, the most players at each position and much more.
I know that it’s a lot of information to digest, but there’s some very interesting findings during this first week of research which will become even more telling as each week progresses.
Monday, August 15th, 2011
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