Tag: College Football National Title 2017

  • Ten 2016 Bowl Teams and Their Prospects This Season: Who Might Go Furthest?

    We are a week closer to the start of the 2017 college football season. As mentioned in past posts, spring football games are going on across the country and fans are just getting into looking at their favorite school's prospects. In this segment, we discuss 10 teams who made bowl games last year with our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek. Which of these teams will go furthest? The following teams we discuss include: LSU, Vanderbilt, Utah, San Diego State, Navy, Virginia Tech, TCU, Indiana, Minnesota and Hawaii.

  • Ten Sub .500 2016 College Football Teams: We Take a Look at their 2017 Prospects

    With a new college football season approaching on the horizon, it brings a chance for schools with losing seasons to have newfound success. In our latest college football preview segment, we analyze 10 teams who all had records below 500 in 2016. Our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek tells us what these 2016 underdogs can expect in the upcoming season. We discuss the following teams: Rutgers, Virginia, Iowa State, Kansas, Illinois, Cincinnati, Connecticut, Arizona, Missouri, Ole Miss

  • NCAA Football 2017: A Quick Look at Some Prominent Programs and their Non-Conference Games

    Nationwide, spring college football games are commencing. It is the first chance for fans to get a glimpse of their favorite team, for the coming season. We're just about five months away from the start of 2017 NCAA Football. However, we at CYInterview will continue to bring you segments covering division 1 teams. In our latest coverage, we look at the non-conference schedules of six teams who have prominent fan bases, as well as part of a big name independent team's schedule. We discuss Notre Dame, Nebraska, Baylor, Michigan State, Kentucky, Boise State and Georgia Tech. Our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek tells us what to look for from these teams.

  • College Football 2017: Select Teams Non Conference Schedules Ranked Easiest to Hardest

    With college football teams across the country playing their annual spring games, giving fans a glimpse of the upcoming season, which teams have arguably the hardest non conference schedule? To answer that question, we welcome back to CYInterview our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek. Ranking them from easiest to hardest, we review the following 12 teams: Wisconsin, Miami, Penn State, USC, Auburn, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Clemson, Alabama, Michigan, Florida and Florida State.

  • A Quick Look at Week 3 of the 2017 College Football Season: Six Games to Interest You

    We may be in the middle of March Madness and on our way to the Final 4, but across the country college football teams are partaking in their annual spring football game. We are getting close to the regular season being five months away. In recent weeks, we have provided analysis on the biggest games of week 1 [see here] and week 2 [see here] of the college football season. Here to provide analysis on the biggest games of week 3 of the upcoming NCAA football season, we welcome back our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek. We discuss the following games: Florida vs. Tennessee, Oklahoma State vs. Pittsburgh, Texas vs. USC, Ole Miss vs. California, Miami vs. Florida State and Louisville vs. Clemson.

  • The Madness that is March for College Football? We Take a Look at College Football 2017 Week 2

    Right now, many people are caught up in the madness that is March. However, we are less than six months away from the start of the 2017 College Football season. Recently we brought you a segment previewing the week 1 games of the 2017 College Football season [see here]. In this segment, our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek previews some of the biggest games that will occur during week 2 of the upcoming NCAA football season. We discuss: Pittsburgh vs. Penn State, Nebraska vs. Oregon, TCU vs. Arkansas, Stanford vs. USC, Auburn vs. Clemson, Georgia vs. Notre Dame and Oklahoma vs. Ohio State.

  • A View from Afar: Madness of a Different Kind, We Take a Look at Week 1 2017 College Football Games

    We are just a little less than six months away from the start of the 2017 college football season. The first weekend of the season features some terrific matchups. For an early preview of the first week of the upcoming 2017 college football season, we welcome back Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek for some analysis. We discuss the following games: Ohio State vs. Indiana, Tennessee vs. Georgia Tech, South Carolina vs. NC State, West Virginia vs. Virginia Tech, Maryland vs. Texas, North Carolina vs. California, Florida vs. Michigan and Alabama vs. Florida State.

  • Can Clemson and Alabama make it make back to the College Football Playoff National Championship? Chris Yandek gives his opinion

    Recently, we provided you an early preview of the upcoming 2017 college football season [http://www.cyinterview.com/2017/01/chris-yandek-is-back-talking-college-football-reviews-his-correct-prediction-of-clemson-victory-breaks-down-upcoming-2017-season/]. It was only 13 days ago that the world witnessed Clemson and Alabama in one of the great national title games in NCAA football history. Clemson won the game. For a more in-depth preview of whether Clemson and Alabama can get back to the college football playoff and national title game next year, our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek provides some interesting analysis.

  • Chris Yandek is Back Talking College Football: Reviews His Correct Prediction of Clemson Victory, Breaks Down Upcoming 2017 Season

    This past Monday evening, Clemson defeated Alabama to win the College Football Playoff National Championship. That bore out the prediction that our Editor in Chief and sports commentator Chris Yandek made when we spoke about the big game[see here] as well as when he discussed the Championship game with veteran college football magazine editor and expert Phil Steele [see here]. Though we are eight months out from the start of the next season, we welcome back Chris to give us his never too early thoughts on the 2017-2018 college football season.

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    Wynn Las Vegas Oddsmaker-in-Chief John Avello Shares Vegas Eye View of Alabama/Clemson College Football Championship Game, More

    At the Wynn Las Vegas, this year's College Football Playoff National Championship Game could very well be the most wagered on event in the history of national championship games for the sport, according to their sportsbook manager and CYInterview regular John Avello. We welcome John back to breakdown some of the angles for the big game, that will take place on Monday evening January 9th. Mr. Avello told us he currently has five and six figure bets on both Alabama and Clemson to win the national title. So far there has been more money wagered on Alabama than Clemson. However, the veteran oddsmaker says this game is a true even contest and it could swing in either direction.