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source: NCAA Football
The College Football regular season will kick off within a few weeks and the 128 participating college teams are getting ready for the upcoming football action.
The most recent news are on Kansas State Wild Cats as they seemed to be the next 2014 favorites after an incredible and legitimate top performance last season as part of the Big 12 conference.
In the course of three years, the Wild Cats have won 29 games and have produced top-25 quality after losing an all-time difference maker (Collin Klein) at quarterback. Last year, KSU starters included a former walk-on (Mueller), 2 former two-star recruits (Travis Britz, Alauna Finau), and one former low-three-star (Chaquil Reed) so it is very likely we could see improvement up front for the upcoming season.
The following is the Wild Cats 2014 Schedule & Projection Factors:
|30-Aug||Stephen F. Austin||NR|
|6-Sep||at Iowa State||80|
|20-Nov||at West Virginia||71|
source: SB Nation
On a different note, Big 12 member TCU has one of the most consistently strong programs in college football, but a few interesting off season moves on offense.
The following is TCU offensive footprint:
source: SB Nation
Even though, TCU had no demonstrable offensive strengths last year averaging at least 5.0 in each of the last four games, the Frogs showed an improvement for this year.
Furthermore, Florida State quarterback and 2014 Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston is reported to have purchased an insurance policy between $8 million to $10 million.
Winston is the first returning Heisman Trophy winner since former Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford to purchase preseason loss of value coverage, though other returning winners have purchased “total permanent disability” coverage during that time frame. Winston’s policy is based on a projection that he will be selected in the top 10 of the 2015 NFL draft and would theoretically pay out if he fell out of the first round due to injury or illness…according to Rand Getlin of Yahoo! Sports.
The following is a list of the 2013 Top college football players to watch for in 2014:
1. Johnny Manziel [QB(So) – Texas A&M]
2. Jadeveon Clowney [DE(Jr) – South Carolina
3. Marqise Lee [WR(Jr) – USC]
4. Todd Gurley [RB(So) Georgia
5. Marcus Mariota [QB(So) – Oregon]
6. Will Sutton [DT(Sr) – Arizona State]
7. Teddy Bridgewater [QB(Jr) – Louisville]
8. Jake Matthews [OT(Sr) – Texas A&M]
9. Braxton Miller [QB(Jr) – (the) Ohio State]
10. C.J. Mosley [LB(Sr) – Alabama]
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