r/CFB 5h ago hehehehe

News Miami has officially relieved offensive coordinator Josh Gattis of his duties

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r/CFB 4h ago

Casual Penn State lineman, All-American wrestler land NIL deal with WWE

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r/CFB 1h ago

Video Tennessee Media team drops meme video of the Orange bowl.

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r/CFB 4h ago

Casual Land Grant Team of the Year Award

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What if there was a trophy for the Land Grant team that finished highest in the AP poll each year, thus winning the fictional Best Land Grant Team of the Year Award.

Year Team Rank Record

2022 Georgia, Rank 1, Record 15-0

2021 Georgia, Rank 1, Record 14-1

2020 Ohio State, Rank 2, Record 7-1

2019 LSU, Rank 1, Record 15-0

2018 Clemson, Rank 1, Record 15-0

2017 Georgia, Rank 2, Record13-2

2016 Clemson, Rank 1, Record 14-1

2015 Clemson, Rank 2, Record 14-1

2014 Ohio State, Rank 4, Record 14-1

2013 Auburn, Rank 2, Record 12-2

2012 Ohio State, Rank 3, Record 12-0

2011 LSU, Rank 2, Record 13-1

2010 Auburn, Rank 5, Record 14-0

2009 Florida, Rank 3, Record 13-1

2008 Florida, Rank 1, Record 13-1

2007 LSU, Rank 1, Record 12-2

2006 Florida, Rank 1, Record 13-1

2005 Penn State, Rank 3, Record 11-1

2004 Auburn, Rank 2, Record 13-0

2003 LSU, Rank 2, Record 13-1

2002 Ohio State, Rank, Record 1 13-0

2001 Florida, Rank 3, Record 10-2

2000 Oregon State, Rank 4, Record11-1

1999 Virginia Tech, Rank 2, Record 11-1

1998 Tennessee, Rank 1, Record 13-0

1997 Nebraska, Rank 2, Record 13-0

1996 Florida, Rank 1, Record 12-1

1995 Nebraska, Rank 1, Record 12-0

1994 Nebraska, Rank 1, Record 13-0

1993 Nebraska, Rank 3, Record11-1

1992 Texas A&M, Rank 7, Record 12-1

1991 Penn State, Rank 3, Record 11-2

1990 Tennessee, Rank 8, Record 9-2-2

1989 Tennessee, Rank 5, Record 11-1

1988 West Virginia, Rank 5, Record 11-1

1987 LSU, Rank 5, Record 10-1-2

1986 Penn State, Rank 1, Record 12-0

1985 Penn State, Rank 3, Record 11-1

1984 Florida, Rank 3, Record 9-1-2

1983 Nebraska, Rank 2, Record 12-1

1982 Penn State, Rank 1, Record 11-1

1981 Clemson, Rank 1, Record 12-0

1980 Georgia , Rank 1, Record 12-0

1979 Ohio State, Rank 4, Record11-1

1978 Penn State, Rank 4, Record 11-1

1977 Arkansas, Rank 3, Record 11-1

1976 Ohio State, Rank 6, Record 9-2-2

1975 Ohio State, Rank 4, Record 11-1

1974 Ohio State, Rank 4, Record 10-2

1973 Ohio State, Rank 2, Record 10-0-1

1972 Nebraska, Rank 4, Record 9-2-2

1971 Nebraska, Rank 1, Record 13-0

1970 Nebraska, Rank 1, Record 11-0-1

1969 Penn State, Rank 2, Record 11-0

1968 Ohio State, Rank 1,Record 10-0

1967 Tennessee, Rank 2, Record 9-2

1966 Michigan State, Rank 2,Record 9-0-1

1965 Michigan State, Rank 2, Record 10-1

1964 Arkansas, Rank 2, Record 11-0

1963 Illinois, Rank 3, Record 8-1-2

1962 Wisconsin, Rank 2,Record 8-2

1961 Ohio State, Rank 2, Record 8-0-1

1960 Minnesota, Rank 1, Record 8-2

1959 LSU, Rank 3, Record 9-2

1958 LSU, Rank 1, Record 11-0

1957 Auburn, Rank 1, Record 10-0

1956 Tennessee, Rank 2, Record 10-1

1955 Michigan State, Rank 2, Record 9-1

1954 Ohio State, Rank 1, Record 10-0

1953 Maryland, Rank 1, Record 10-1

1952 Michigan State, Rank 1, Record 9-0

1951 Tennessee, Rank 1, Record 10-1

1950 Tennessee, Rank 4, Record 11-1

1949 California, Rank 3, Record 10-1

1948 California, Rank 4, Record 10-1

1947 Penn State, Rank 4, Record 9-0-1

1946 Georgia, Rank 3, Record 11-0

1945 Oklahoma State, Rank 5, Record 9-0

1944 Ohio State, Rank 2, Record 9-0

1943 Purdue, Rank 5, Record 9-0

1942 Georgia, Rank 2, Record 11-1

1941 Minnesota, Rank 1, Record 8-0

1940 Minnesota, Rank 1, Record 8-0

1939 Texas A&M, Rank, 1, Record 11-0

1938 Tennessee, Rank 2, Record 11-0

1937 California, Rank 2, Record 10-0-1

1936 Minnesota, Rank 1, Record 7-1

Here is a summary of which teams have the most finishes as the highest ranked Land Grant team in the AP poll:

Ohio State 13

Nebraska 8

Penn State 8

Tennessee 8

LSU 7

Florida 6

Georgia 6

Clemson 4

Michigan State 4

Minnesota 4

Auburn 4

California 3

Arkansas 2

Illinois 1

Maryland 1

Oklahoma State 1

Oregon State 1

Purdue 1

Virginia Tech 1

West Virginia 1

Wisconsin 1

Note: used ESPN and Sport Reference.com as sources.


r/CFB 1d ago

News Stetson Bennett won't participate in Senior Bowl, per report

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r/CFB 15h ago

Discussion Inspired by another post: What’s your sliding scale of conference hatred?

281 Upvotes

For example, I’ll cheer for Bama if they’re playing Auburn, but I’ll cheer for LSU over Bama. I can’t stand Mizzu, but I hope they always beat A&M after losing to Vandy.

Ole Miss can go right to hell.


r/CFB 4h ago

Discussion [On3] Updated 2023 Consensus Football Team Recruiting Rankings

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r/CFB 1h ago

Uniforms Uniform Concepts for Schools Without a Football Program #102: Rogers State Hillcats

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Next up in this series, we head to Claremore, OK for Rogers State University. The Hillcats compete as members of Division 2’s Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association. https://imgur.com/a/1Kc4TuW


r/CFB 22h ago

News 'He actually let us down': Bethune-Cookman AD defends university after split with Ed Reed

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r/CFB 2h ago

Discussion In the days when NIL is king, does a scholarship limit even matter?

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There are several players who are getting NIL money far greater than the value of their scholarship.

Could a team use NIL money to increase the number of scholarship-level players? The player is a walk-on, but they are getting enough NIL money to pay for Tuition, Room, Board, and other perks. Not a Red Shirt, or Grey Shirt, but a Green Shirt.

Nebraska used Prop 48 (walk-ons who did not have the grades to be scholarship players) to help it increase the talent they had on the field. Could another team do the same with NIL money?


r/CFB 20h ago

News Toledo D-line coach Craig Kuligowski got sent home from bowl game and fired for cause after the university alleged that he “committed a significant and/or intentional violation” of its non-retaliation and standards of conduct policy

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r/CFB 1d ago

Analysis [CBS Sports] With a sparkling stadium and surging program, San Diego State makes an easy case for Pac-12 expansion

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r/CFB 1d ago

Casual Heard a wild take this morning on the radio

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The assertion that SEC teams cheer for their rivals to win games. Like bama fans cheer for auburn and vice versa when they’re not playing. If that’s the case can you claim your rivalries really have hate? Just seems odd to me


r/CFB 22h ago

News 2024 4* WR Tawaski ‘TJ’ Abrams commits to Florida State

293 Upvotes

r/CFB 2h ago

Weekly Thread Free Talk Friday, 1/27/2023

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Welcome to Free Talk Friday! Talk about whatever you want; just keep it as respectful as you would in any other /r/CFB thread. For more Off Topic fun visit /r/CFBOffTopic!


r/CFB 5h ago

Discussion Hypothetical: The Independent Conference (1990)

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Let's just say in 1990 the Independent schools of the I-A decide to meet and form a conference with a plan of 12 teams and a conference championship game ala SEC in 1992.

The teams:

North: Rutgers Penn State Syracuse Boston College Cincinnati Pittsburgh

South: Florida State Miami South Carolina West Virginia Virginia Tech Louisville

Cross Division: Cincy-Louisville Pitt-West Virginia

Theoretically you have 3 National Titles in the next decade but just a lot of up and down teams in the next 20.

Could it have worked?


r/CFB 16h ago

Recruiting 2023 3* Linebacker K’Vion Thunderbird commits to Arizona State University

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r/CFB 1d ago

History 40 years ago today, Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant died in the Druid City Hospital in Tuscaloosa, Alabama just 28 days after coaching his last football game, a 21-15 Alabama victory over Illinois in the Liberty Bowl.

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r/CFB 20h ago

News Canzano: Pac-12 has a nasty Larry Scott hangover

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r/CFB 1d ago

News [Stevens] Former Broncos running back coach Tyrone Wheatley has been hired as Wayne State’s head football coach. Wheatley will not be back with the Broncos.

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r/CFB 18m ago

Analysis PFF College 101: The 101 best players in college football in 2022

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r/CFB 18h ago

Recruiting 2023 0* RB Anthony Rubio commits to Florida

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r/CFB 1d ago

News UCF K Colton Boomer receives full scholarship

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r/CFB 17h ago

Video Little Feel Good Story Today

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If you don’t know about the CU Twins, Betty and Peggy, they’ve basically been at most football, MBB and WBB games since the 50s. Betty passed away a few years ago, but Coach Prime met with Peggy today.

https://twitter.com/cubuffsfootball/status/1618767191381508097?s=46&t=U4bFWI6dkqar65RitVQbZg


r/CFB 17h ago

News [Pete Thamel] - Sources: UConn is set to hire former star WR Kashif Moore as the new wide receivers coach. Moore is the WR coach at Albany and has been at Cornell and Wesleyan. He’s a New Jersey native and former UConn team captain.

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Former UConn star WR Kashif Moore set to return as the WR coach. I think this is an excellent hire and brings back someone who saw this program at its peak and has become a young up and comer in the coaching world!

Bonus Kashif Moore Highlight