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23 Oct 2006, 08:34pm by Russell Levine

Confessions of a Football Junkie: Old Enough to Know

How good is 7-0 Rutgers? Good enough that this may be the best RU team the school's oldest living alumnus has ever seen. Plus, the John L. Smith Trophy and Russell's weekly BlogPoll Ballot.

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34 comments, Last at 25 Oct 2006, 5:11pm by zlionsfan

17 Oct 2006, 12:02am by Russell Levine

Confessions of a Football Junkie: Road Trip Report

Russell has a roundup of his weekend trip to the Michigan-Penn State game, plus thoughts on the Auburn-Florida officiating, the Miami-FIU brawl, and his weekly JLS Trophy and BlogPoll ballot.

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68 comments, Last at 19 Oct 2006, 12:42am by NewsToTom

09 Oct 2006, 06:15pm by Russell Levine

Confessions of a Football Junkie: Chaos? Good.

In college football, it takes some chaos in the regular season to avoid all-out anarchy come bowl season. Russell takes a look at the fallout from the first major upset of the year in the latest edition of Confessions of a Football Junkie. Plus, the JLS Trophy and his latest BlogPoll ballot.

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129 comments, Last at 12 Oct 2006, 10:44pm by Peter

02 Oct 2006, 08:28pm by Russell Levine

Confessions of a Football Junkie: Hot Seat Edition

After a month of college football, national title and Heisman contenders have emerged. But Saturday's results also helped put a trio of coaches firmly on the hot seat. Russell Levine takes a look in the latest edition of Confessions of a Football Junkie, plus the JLS Trophy and his BlogPoll ballot.

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33 comments, Last at 06 Oct 2006, 8:09pm by Andrew

25 Sep 2006, 09:22pm by Russell Levine

Confessions of a Football Junkie: Assume at Your Own Risk

College football observers -- the author occasionally included -- are busy chalking up wins in as-yet unplayed games for many of the top college teams. Russell Levine explores why that's not a good idea, plus the JLS Trophy and his latest BlogPoll ballot.

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65 comments, Last at 29 Sep 2006, 12:29am by chris

18 Sep 2006, 06:16pm by Russell Levine

Confessions of a Football Junkie: Get Off My Back

After Michigan's dominating performance against Notre Dame, Russell attempts to put on his "impartial analyst" cap to assess what the win means for the Wolverines and coach Lloyd Carr. Plus, this week's John L. Smith Award and the latest BlogPoll ballot.

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40 comments, Last at 22 Sep 2006, 2:17pm by John McQueen

11 Sep 2006, 07:06pm by Russell Levine

Confessions of a Football Junkie: What We've Learned

The college football season may be just two weeks old, but the early season has already taught us a lot about how this year will play out. Plus, Russsell's further thoughts on the college replay system, the weekly John L. Smith Trophy, and his latest BlogPoll ballot.

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29 comments, Last at 13 Sep 2006, 8:11pm by BillWallace

05 Sep 2006, 07:15pm by Russell Levine

Confessions of a Football Junkie: Can I Get a Ruling?

Russell puts college football's new rules regarding timing and instant reply under the microscope in this week's edition of Confessions of a Football Junkie. Plus, the first John L. Smith Trophy of the new season and the latest BlogPoll ballot.

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19 comments, Last at 09 Oct 2007, 3:26am by fooloof

28 Aug 2006, 11:13am by Russell Levine

Confessions of a Football Junkie: Ready To Rumble

Get ready for college football with Junkie's comprehensive season preview, including games and players of the year, Heisman hopefuls, coaches on the hot seat, and much more. Plus, Russell offers up his preseason BlogPoll ballot.

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21 comments, Last at 01 Sep 2006, 12:58am by BIGDOG

14 Aug 2006, 09:11am by Russell Levine

Confessions of a Football Junkie: NCAA Should Copy NFL

The NCAA has finally acted to shorten the length of its games. But in typical NCAA fashion, it refuses to simply copy the sensible and successful timing rules of the NFL, instead introducing a change that could affect late-game strategy.

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55 comments, Last at 31 Aug 2006, 4:13pm by Brock