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Mike Huguenin has been covering college sports since 1985, including stints at Sporting News and Yahoo! Sports/Rivals.com.
Oddsmakers in Las Vegas are the most dispassionate of all college football fans, and they must think highly of the SEC: the SEC has nine teams in bowls and all nine are favored by the oddsmakers.
While some of the bowl matchups bring yawns, there are some prime individual contests to keep your attention during the bowl season.
Here’s a look at 10 under-the-radar guys to pay attention to during their bowl games. They’re listed alphabetically.
Some news and notes as we all try to deal with the sobering realization there is just one regular-season game left (Saturday’s Army-Navy clash) in the 2012 season:
Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel should become the first freshman to win the Heisman Trophy when it is awarded Saturday night.
College football expert Mike Huguenin breaks down all 35 bowl games to be played so you don’t have to.
When a playoff arrives, why have conference title games? Plus, notes on Texas and other schools
Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel finished up his regular season by setting a major record. Now, Kansas State QB Collin Klein gets one more shot at making some noise in the Heisman “race.”
Here are the latest bowl projections for the season. We basically know the matchup for the national title, but there remains some mystery for the other BCS games – and Kent State may be one of the beneficiaries of the mystery.
Two Saturdays ago, top-ranked Alabama lost at home to Texas A&M. Last Saturday, top-ranked Kansas State was hammered at Baylor and second-ranked Oregon fell at home to Stanford. In short, there has been chaos at the top of the BCS standings.
Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel becomes the leading Heisman contender. Plus, other top award contenders.
Generally, as a season progresses, the bowl picture becomes clearer. That’s not the case this season; this week, there is a lot of mystery, from who will be in the BCS games to how many unfilled slots there will be in the “lesser” bowls.
Of the three remaining unbeatens at the top of the BCS standings, Oregon has the toughest road to a perfect season, both because of its remaining schedule and its lengthening injury list.
Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel has thrust himself into the Heisman conversation. Plus, a look at contenders for other top awards.
Here are the fourth bowl projections for the season. Alabama’s surprising home loss to Texas A&M, as well as Stanford’s win over Oregon State, has led to a big shakeup in the projections.
With four weeks left in the season, here’s a look at the conference races, as well as what is wrong with USC’s defense and other notes.
Kansas State QB Collin Klein’s injury situation – Is he hurt or not? Did he, indeed, suffer a concussion? – has muddied the Heisman waters a bit.
Here are the third bowl projections for the season. The prediction again is that the Big 12, Pac-12 and SEC will have two teams apiece in the BCS, and it’s unfathomable to expect two teams from the Big East or Big Ten. The ACC could have two, depending on how Clemson and Florida State finish.
Gamedayr’s resident college football expert, Mike Huguenin provides a rundown of the biggest storylines heading into this weekend’s slate of games.
Mike Huguenin brings us the second bowl projections for the season. The prediction again is that the Big 12, Pac-12 and SEC will have two teams apiece in the BCS. Notre Dame looks like a lock, and it’s unfathomable to expect two teams from the ACC, Big East or Big Ten.