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Iowa Hawkeyes 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) Iowa Hawkeyes The Iowa Hawkeyes have been experiencing a downward trend, averaging merely 6.3 wins per season in each of the last three years. In 2007, Iowa earned a 6-6 record overall and a 4-4 Big Ten record, finishing out of the running for a bowl berth. Last season, QB Jake Christensen (370 ATT, 198 COMP, 2,269 YDS, 17 TDs, 6 INT) was sacked 46 times! The frontline simply could no perform. As a first-time college quarterback, he did amazingly well. The O-lin More...

Northwestern Wildcats 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) Since taking over Northwestern’s program two years ago, Pat Fitzgerald, who is 10-14, has not had a winning season. In 2007, the Wildcats came close, going 6-6 overall. Their Big Ten record was 3-5. Northwestern’s pass attack was 11th nationally, while their ground game was 97th. The frontline has been reworked to help the running backs and senior TB Tyrell Sutton (108 CAR, 522 YDS, 4 TDs), who struggled with injuries last year, is healthy and capable of a 1,000-pl More...

Michigan State Spartans 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) In 2007, new Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio led the team to a winning season for the first time in three years. The Michigan State Spartans recorded an overall mark of 7-6 and a Big Ten total of 3-5. That got them a berth in the Champs Sports Bowl. The Spartans played Boston College and lost 24-21. QB Brian Hoyer (376 ATT, 223 COMP, 2,725 YDS, 20 TDs, 11 INT), a senior, was sometimes brilliant last season and at other times simply bad. “Consistency” is the More...

Michigan Wolverines 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) Head coach Rich Rodriguez has a 15-year record of 105-62-2 record. This marks his first season as the coach of Michigan. He replaces the retired Lloyd Carr. Last season, the Michigan Wolverines were 9-4 overall and 6-2 in the Big Ten. They were second in the league, journeying to the Capitol One Bowl where they vanquished Florida 41-35. The Wolverines see eight starters on offense leave. The school’s top rusher, Mike Hart, and their finest quarterback, Chad Henne, have b More...

Penn State NittanyLions 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) Joe Paterno’s Nittany Lions of Penn State were 9- 4 in 2007 and 4-4 in the Big Ten, finishing tied for fifth. State went to the Alamo Bowl where they met Texas A&M, beating them 24-17. Paterno has two fine quarterbacks, and he may use both. Senior Daryll Clark and sophomore Pat Devlin are both capable. Clark is the better runner and improviser, while Devlin possesses a strong arm and makes adjustments easily. There’s also competition for the lead running spot. More...

Purdue Boilermakers 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) Joe Tiller has been Purdue’s head coach for 11 seasons, guiding them to an 83-54 mark. Last season, the Purdue Boilermakers finished tied for seventh in the Big Ten with a 3-5 record. After going 8-5 overall, they won a berth in the Motor City Bowl where they beat Western Michigan 51-48. The offense is lead by QB Curtis Painter (569 ATT, 356 COMP, 3,846 YDS, 29 TDs, 11 INT). Painter is an expert passer and fine competitor, but he’s performed inconsistently against More...

NCAA Big 12 North 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) The fact is that the Missouri Tigers are the best team in the North. But that doesn’t mean that the Kansas Jayhawks or the Colorado Buffaloes will simply go away. It will be a three-way fight for the Big 12 North title. Chase Daniel, the Missouri QB, is the type of guy who can get you a national championship. He’s got fine targets to throw to and a great defense that will keep opposing teams under control. If the Tigers aren’t in a BCS bowl game, they’l More...

Colorado Buffaloes 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) Coach Dan Hawkins has done a lot in Boulder, Colorado, in two years. Don’t let his team’s two-year mark of 8-17 fool you. In 2007, after winning just two games in his first year, he took the team to a six-win season and a trip to the Independence Bowl. Even more is expected from this team in 2008. Last year, freshman QB Cody Hawkins passed for over 3,000 yards, completing 56% of his passes and tossing 22 touchdowns. His 17 interceptions were mostly due to inexperien More...

Kansas State Wildcats 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) Kansas State Wildcats Big 12 North Ron Prince is 12-13 in two years as the Kansas State coach. Last season, his team went 5-7 overall and recorded a 3-5 conference mark. The Wildcats finished tied for fifth in the Big 12 North. In three of the past four seasons, the Cats have had losing records. The offense sports a sound frontline, which should help junior QB Josh Freeman continue to excel. In 2007, WR Deon Murphy caught 57 balls for 605 yards and five T More...

Missouri Tigers 2008 Football Season Preview: (August 2008) Missouri Tigers Big 12 North The Missouri Tigers have one of the best coaches in the conference—Gary Pinkel. Pinkel has built the Tigers from an eight-win team to a 12-win team. Last season Missouri, who went 12-2 overall and 7-1 in the league, won the Big 12 North and then lost to Oklahoma in the conference championship game. A rematch is not out of the question in 2008. In 2007, the offense was eighth in the country in points scored, averaging 39. More...

 

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