Saturday 6-Pack Week 1, Part 2

Week 1's slate between kicking off between 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 ET alone provided enough great matchups to fill most Saturdays. But that was just the beginning. Part 2 of the Week 1 Saturday Six-Pack rounds out the Best Opening Saturday in College Football History™ with picks for the second half. A couple of ACC…

American Athletic Preview 2016: Ranking The Nonconference Games

CFB Huddle's American Athletic Preview Week turns focus outside the AAC and to the ACC, Big 12, Mountain West, MAC. From these conferences come opponents in some of the AAC's most promising non-league dates. Nonconference play contributed to the positive perception of the American a year ago: Houston's defeats of Louisville and Vanderbilt, Memphis routing…

American Athletic Preview: All AAC Defense 2016

Tyler Matakevich rose from All AAC Defense to national defensive player of the year last season. The Temple Owls linebacker is NFL-bound, leaving a spot for another American Athletic defensive standout to reach the pinnacle this year. ALL-AAC 2016 DEFENSE Among the great stories of the American's rise a season ago: Temple's emergence. The Owls…

American Athletic Preview: All AAC Offense 2016

The Preseason All AAC nominees spotlighted as part of the CFB Huddle season preview series may not include many household names -- not yet, anyway. But the emergence of stars like Keenan Reynolds and Paxton Lynch a season ago proved the star power residing in the American Athletic Conference. This year's crop is rife with…

Making The Program: Coaches Talk Building Winners in College Football

College football coaches have never been under greater pressure to win more, and win sooner, than ever before. Last decade, the grace period for building a winning program was roughly four-to-six years, depending on the situation a head coach inherited. That's enough time for a recruiting cycle to play out, from signing day to Senior…

Bowl Preview Bonanza Part III: Bowl Season Is Rolling

Now that Christmas is past, the bowl season kicks into high-gear. For college football fans, the coming week is akin to the various post-Christmas sales retailers offer immediately after Dec. 25. For bargain-hounds, the holidays are just beginning. It's the same for football junkies, who have a deluge of games now through New Year's to…

Mack Brown and Charlie Weis Should Sit Out A Few Plays

Neither Mack Brown nor Charlie Weis is coaching in 2015. Mack Brown is paid to gave his insights on the game for ESPN, Charlie Weis is paid to...well, to not work. And yet, here are both one week into the 2015 season, talking about their coaching days. In their defense, neither commandeered media attention for…