The Pac-12 had a wild 2020 football season. There are a lot of questions that need to be answered this season following a difficult Covid-plagued year where there were a ton of games canceled and moved around. With a lot of moving pieces and a conference with big-name players, the Pac-12 will be a division well worth watching this season.
Remaining one of the top college football conferences in 2020, the SEC was once again led by two powerhouses in Alabama and Florida. Perfect in the West Division, Nick Saban’s group finished 13-0, including an excellent 10-0 record in interdivisional play.
College football kicks off in less than three weeks and the previews continue to keep rolling in. Now, there are seven independents in college football, and each of them will get their own representation in this preview.
An often very overlooked conference in college football is the Mountain West Conference (MWC). This year more than ever, the conference brings serious excitement and tons of true talent, more than most group of five conferences can say.
After a 2020 season that was filled with changes for the ACC, lots of things still remain the same. The top dog, Clemson, has yet to be unseated, and teams are still vying for position on how to defeat them. Now, a lot will look different to fans who may have only started watching ACC football in 2020.
College football has been a world filled with parody over the last few years. It’s just everywhere we go and the AAC is no different. After winning the 2020 and 2019 American Athletic Conference championships, the big question coming into 2021 is who can defeat Cincinnati?
Everyone’s favorite conference is back in action for what looks to be another thrilling year of football. The Sun Belt (or Fun Belt, as named by the fans) fell under the national spotlight last year because of crazy colors, upsets, and exciting new teams in the college football world.
For its entire existence, the Big 12 has been a conference dominated by parody. This parody has been centered around The University of Oklahoma. The Sooners are on a six-year Big 12 winning streak and have won the conference a whopping 14 times, 11 more than any other team.