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College Football Rootability Index, Week 8: You Might Win, But You're Gonna Bleed - SBNation.com
Friday's College Football Rootability Index returns to help you, the relatively uninvested fan, decide who to pull for in games where you have no established interest. The methods used to determine this are arbitrary; the outcomes are decidedly not.
Five prospects I'll be scouting closely Saturday - CBSSports.com
Rob Rang: Without any further adieu, here are the five prospects, as well as the cable provider and time you can expect to see them.
Mano-a-Mano, Week Eight - CBSSports.com
Chad Rueter: Take a look at these memorable ten one-on-one match-ups (plus a slew of honorable mention selections) while perusing this weekend's slate of college football games. Because players move around based on different formations and what coaches see as favorable match-ups, these prospects won't go against each other on every snap. Scouts will pay attention when they do, however, because they rely on a player's film against top competition to determine their readiness for the NFL.
Week 8 College Football Schedule, Odds: Wisconsin, Stanford, LSU Face Tests - SBNation.com
Wisconsin might not have a better chance all year to crack the BCS top five than they will this week. Here's the rest of the nation's college football TV schedule for Week 8.
The Prediction - UW Dawg Pound
We have fifth ranked Stanford facing off against scrappy number twenty-two Washington in sold out Stanford Stadium on Saturday.
Stanford Q&A - UW Dawg Pound
Hank Waddles from the Stanford - Go Mighty Card - Blog was kind enough to do a little Q&A with us this week in advance of the game.
Go 2 Guy: What It Means To Be A Coug ... And Other Stuff - CougCenter
EDIT NUSS: Yes, this is actually written by the inimitable Jim Moore. He explains the deal below. We're honored to have him here, although knowing him, he'll probably laugh at that notion. Enjoy!
WSU FOOTBALL: Reflecting On The First Half Of The Season - CougCenter
Before we move on to the second half of the season, I wanted to take a moment to reflect back on the first half a little bit. I'm not going to be handing out grades, because as I've discovered both in my day job and here, they mean different things to different people and don't clearly communicate ... well, anything.