College Football Playoff, New Year’s Six 2017 Preview

  This College Football season has been filled with memorable moments and fantastic finishes. Now, it’s time to crown a champion. The next leg of the journey kicks off in Atlanta Chick Fil-A Peach Bowl, and in Glendale Arizona with the Playstation Fiesta Bowl. Who wins and makes the trip to Tampa next Monday night? And, what about the remainder of the New Year’s Six matchups? Sports & Swag previews and predicts each game, starting with tonight’s Orange Bowl between the Michigan Wolverines and Florida State Seminoles.   1. ALABAMA…

Final College Football Playoff Rankings – The way they SHOULD look

  The campaign time is over. It’s time for the College Football Playoff Selection Committee to determine and announce who the four teams will be that compete for the National Championship. The process isn’t so cut and dry this time around. There are seven teams that have a legitimate claim on one of the four spots. Well, I should say there are four teams that have legitimate arguments for the last spot. In my eye, Alabama and Ohio State are locks, and Washington is very close to a lock. That…

College Football Power Rankings and Stock Report: Week 6

Sports & Swag’s College Football Power Rankings and Stock Report is back! And it couldn’t come at a better time, as three weeks from today (Nov. 1), the first College Football Playoff Rankings will be announced by the playoff selection committee. Right now, spots one through three are simple. Although, how you rank them may not be. Determining who’s number four is a bit tougher. One team that could stake a claim to that fourth spot are the Washington Huskies. Chris Petersen’s squad, led by sophomore QB Jake Browning, is…

College Football: PAC-12 Preview

With a majority of their games kicking off on Saturday nights as others were ending on the east coast. Add to that, the mediocre play overall in the conference, while the SEC dominated the college football landscape, it had become very easy for the PAC-12 to get lost in the shuffle. Since USC dominated in the early 2000’s, if it hadn’t been for Oregon and as of late Stanford, we probably wouldn’t have talked about the PAC-12 at all. Things have certainly changed on the ‘Left Coast’. As many as,…