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Virginia Tech Hokies 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008)                 Virginia Tech Hokies It has been proven that Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer, who is 167-85-2 in 21 years, knows how to create winning teams. In 2007, the Virginia Tech Hokies post an overall mark of 11-3 overall and a 7-1 ACC record, earning them first-place in the Coastal division. The Hokies beat the Boston College Eagles by a score of 30-16 to take the ACC Championship.  Tech met Kansas in the More...

Miami Hurricanes 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008)                 Miami Hurricanes In his first season, head coach Randy Shannon went 5-7, working to rebuild the Miami program. Although the Canes were 2-6 in the ACC, finishing fifth in the Coastal Division, a fine 2008 recruiting class has fans hopeful for the upcoming season. Four starters return to an offense that was ranked 101st in point production and 110th in overall yards. The quarterback spot b More...

Virginia Cavaliers 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008)                 Virginia Cavaliers In seven years at Virginia, head coach Al Groh, who has a 51-37 record, has done a fine job. This season, due to key loses, will be challenging. In 2007, the Cavaliers of Virginia were 9-4 overall and 6-2 in the ACC, placing them second in the conference’s Coastal division. Starting QB Jameel Sewell is out of the picture due to academic woes. Look for sophomore P More...

Duke Blue Devils 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008)                     Duke Blue Devils This year, seeking a change, the Duke Blue Devils hired David Cutcliffe as their head coach. Cutcliffe comes to Duke with a record of 44-29 over six years. The Duke Blue Devils ended 2007 with a 0-8 ACC record and a 1-11 overall mark. The Devils finished last in the conference. In 10 years, they have a 17-97 record, giving them a winning percentage of .150. More...

NCAA Big Ten 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) Big Ten Conference In 2007, eight of the 11 teams in the Big Ten Conference went to a bowl game, and Ohio State played in the BCS Championship game, losing to LSU 24-38. This is perhaps the most powerful conference in NCAA football. The Ohio State Buckeyes have QB Todd Boeckman, and that’s good news for them and bad news for everyone else. Boeckman is a true playmaker. Many of the finest players in the league are on the OSU roster. The tight More...

Wisconsin Badgers 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) Bret Bielema, who is 21-5 in two years with Wisconsin, starts his third season as a NCAA head coach. In 2007, the Wisconsin Badgers earned a 5-3 Big Ten record, ending up tied for fourth in the league. They were 9-4 overall. The Badgers got an invite to the 2007 Outback Bowl where Tennessee defeated them 21-17. The Wisconsin O-line, which returns all of its starters, is strong, athletic and tenacious. They’ll be clearing the way for running back P.J. Hill (233 CAR, 1,212 More...

Minnesota Golden Gophers 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) Minnesota Golden Gophers In 2007, under rookie coach Tim Brewster, the Golden Gophers of Minnesota finished last in the Big Ten. In the league, the team was 0-8 and overall they were 1-11. The Golden Gophers did not go to a bowl contest. QB Adam Weber threw 19 picks in his frosh season. As a sophomore, he needs to be more accurate. Weber was the team’s leading passer and runner. He threw for 2,895 yards and 24 touchdowns and he rushed for 617 yards, scoring More...

Illinois Fighting Illini 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) In three seasons as the Fighting Illini of Illinois’ coach, Ron Zook has accumulated a three-year mark of 13-23. Last season, Illinois was 9-4 overall and 6-2 in the Big Ten. They tied for second-place in the conference as they upset two massive teams—Wisconsin and Ohio State. Those wins and their second-place finish earned the Illini a Rose Bowl invitation to play USC. Illinois was beaten by USC 49-17. The offensive juice comes from QB Juice Williams. Williams is More...

Ohio State Buckeyes 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) In seven seasons as the Buckeyes head coach, Jim Tressel has posted a 73-16 record. Last season, Ohio State went 11-2 overall and 7-1 in the Big Ten. They won the conference title and traveled to the BCS National Championship game. OSU lost the championship contest to LSU 24-38. In 2007, QB Todd Boeckman (299 ATT, 199 COMP, 2,379 yards, 25 TDs, 14 INT) was inconsistent, playing great ball for two-thirds of the year and then at the end of the season tossing more picks than touc More...

Indiana Hoosiers 2008 Fotball Season Preview: (August 2008) Bill Lynch brought his 15 years of NCAA head coaching experience to Indian last year and immediately made improvements. In 2007, the Indiana Hoosiers posted an overall record of 7-6 and a 3-5 Big Ten mark. The club tied for seventh in the league, pulling an invite to the Insight Bowl. They played Oklahoma State and lost 49-33. The Hoosiers average of 31.7 PPG was impressive as QB Kellen Lewis (442 ATT, 265 COMP, 3,043 YDS, 28 TDs, 10 INT) threw pass after pass, putting points More...

 

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