16 Sep 2013, 03:21pm by Matt Hinton
Alabama's defense took several punches in the mouth against Johnny Manziel, but the development of this thing called "offense," a long time coming in the SEC, gave the game to the Crimson Tide.
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12 Sep 2013, 07:15pm by Matt Hinton
When Johnny Manziel led Texas A&M to an upset of Alabama last November, he became a legend. What happens if he can do it again? Plus previews of all the weekend's top college games.
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09 Sep 2013, 03:24pm by Matt Hinton
Devin Gardner fulfilled his promise on Sunday, wrecking Notre Dame's hopes for a return trip to the title game. Elsewhere, Texas and USC have embarrassing stumbles, and Georgia positions itself to step up if dominoes start falling.
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06 Sep 2013, 04:39pm by Matt Hinton
South Carolina's star end didn't shine enough last Thursday, but given the hype, was there any way he could have?
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02 Sep 2013, 02:11pm by Matt Hinton
The BCS bubble has already burst for Boise, and other observations from this weekend's top NCAA slugfests.
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29 Aug 2013, 03:02pm by Matt Hinton
College football returns! Here's a look at the first weekend of games with Matt Hinton, plus some words on the Johnny Manziel nonsense.
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08 Jan 2013, 05:15pm by Matt Hinton
The Alabama Death Star continues its reign over college football with last night's thumping of Notre Dame.
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07 Jan 2013, 01:07pm by Matt Hinton
Can the Irish stay turnover free? Can Alabama's run game crack Notre Dame's sterling defense? Our BCS Championship preview explains all.
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02 Jan 2013, 06:12pm by Matt Hinton
It's no longer the all-defining smorgasbord it once was, but January 1st is still the most revered date on the college football calendar.
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28 Dec 2012, 04:37pm by Matt Hinton
In previewing this week's bowl games, Matt Hinton delves into the armchair psychology of trying to figure out which teams still care.
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