2018 Valentine’s Day Week in College Football | Film Don’t Lie

This Valentine’s week edition of Film Don’t Lie covers a variety of topics in and around college football such as an update on the transfer rule aka the great compromise offered by the Big 12, also how former Heisman Trophy winning Aggies quarterback Johnny Manziel is making his comeback. Pushing into the spring season of 2018, there are 5 major storylines to gloss over, Urban Meyer’s loaded coaching staff, and Bill C’s pre-season S&P+ rankings are up. Plus the ticker is all about love and college football.

Article from Saturday Blitz’s College Football’s 5th Quarter is here

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2018 College Football National Signing Day | Film Don’t Lie

2018 College Football National Signing Day is a 3,000 level view of national signing day  from the week of February 7th, 2018. Justin looks at a comparison between the South Florida Bulls and Central Florida Knights if the Big 12 was to expand, the Bob Davie suspension at New Mexico, 2018 NFL Combine invitees by school, recruiting team rankings for 2018, and where the top 5 that didn’t sign early landed on the first February in Wednesday.

Access the 5th Quarter article for Saturday Blitz here

Pre-National Signing Day Transfers and Scandals | Film Don’t Lie

The latest Film Don’t Lie episode on college football hot topics from the week covers transfers and scandals. Justin discusses the new transfer rule proposal, the Michigan State scandal, the rhabdo outbreak at Nebraska, as well as Shaquem Griffin getting invited to the NFL Combine and Justin Fuente’s second contract extension in two years.

Click here for the article from Saturday Blitz called College Football’s Fifth Quarter

College Football Playoff Review | Film Don’t Lie

Justin discusses the Orange Bowl, the Fauxse Bowl battle between the Cotton Bowl and the Fiesta Bowl, the Sugar Bowl and the actual Rose Bowl before previewing the College Football Playoff National Championship Game.

5th Quarter article from Saturday Blitz  covering the College Football Playoff and New Year’s 6 Bowls