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Download the 2012 NFL Team by Team Analysis and Picks.

NFL and NCAA Football Games Speeding Up

The NFL is speeding up, so don't peel your eyes from the screen, take a bathroom break, or grab a beer because you might miss something. That is in one part a result of the hurry-up offenses that have increased the number snaps from center on a per-game basis. A sample is the Patriots: in 2013, they snapped the ball six times more per game than they did ten years ago; the Saints had four more snaps per game; and the Bills eight more times as most NFL teams are now using some type of hurry up offense.

2014 ACC Futures Odds Breakdown

With the 2014 NCAA Football season ready to begin, many fans are wondering why the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) is seeking more respect.

Florida Gators Look to Improve in 2014, Still a Longshot in NCAA

With the 2014 NCAA Football season a few weeks away, the former SEC powerhouse Florida Gators are looking to the future of the franchise. In 2013, Florida had their worst season since 1979 as they went 4-8 overall, with seven straight losses and a embarrassing loss to Georgia Southern. Thus, the Gators are seeking a quick turnaround for 2014.

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